Real Estate Law
Real Estate Law
This type of law defines who has the right to possess and use property, including the additions made to the property that is being discussed. It also covers rent and who can sell the property, ensuring the right legal framework is in place when the property is owned by multiple family members, and what the zoning code is for the municipality that the property is located in.
When land is being developed for commercial or residential purposes, it’s important to have the right legal representation in order to make sure all the contracts written have your best interests included in them, and that all the right permits are being filed. Also, if you want to change the zoning code of the property or make sure you are filing the right permits to make changes to the building on the property, employing a land-use attorney is best for these situations.
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