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Real Property and Land Use

Crivello, Nichols & Hall, S.C.’s attorneys represent and advise parties through all aspects of real estate transactions.  We represent and advise both governmental entities and permit applicants in land use matters including variances, nonconforming uses, rezoning and redevelopment, and statutory changes that impact local ordinances. We have litigated issues in each of the following areas of real property and construction law among countless others:

    • Issues related to title, including easements, trespass, nuisance, and adverse possession
    • Disputes arising from real estate contracts and development agreements
    • Land use and zoning disputes
    • Disputes related to brokers and their ethical and fiduciary duties
    • Landlord-tenant and homeowners’ association disputes
    • Conflicts pertaining to realtors' ethical obligations
    • Subsurface and riparian rights
    • Representing financial institutions and corporate lenders in the prosecution of mortgage foreclosure actions, including in the United States Bankruptcy courts

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