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St. Cloud’s Most Trusted Residential Real Estate Attorneys.
Residential Real Estate LawReal estate law is about buying, selling, and use of land. These laws decide how people can gain property/land and what they can do with that property/land. There are many different aspects that real estate attorneys deal with in real estate law. Some parts include deeds, titles, purchase financing, zoning, taxes, and estate planning.
St Cloud Attorneys Specializing in Residential Real Estate Transactions
Homeowners have a lot of rights, including the right of possession, the right of control, the right of exclusion, the right of enjoyment, and the right of disposition. Homeowners can also get help from real estate attorneys to sue Homeowners Associations if needed.
Lease agreements are legally binding contracts between landlords and tenants. The agreements go over the tenant’s terms while renting from the landlord.
Homeowners and Condominium Associations
Homeowners associations are in charge of a planned development made of single-family lots. Condominium associations regulate buildings that contain multiple units. In addition, these associations enforce what can be done on these properties.
Governance and Enforcement MattersA real estate attorney can help companies and individuals handle things such as developers, lenders, homeowners, governments, landlords, tenants, and other entities. Real estate attorneys can help by giving the most straightforward solutions while still giving fully reliable information.
Boundary disputes are disputes between landowners about who is in possession or control of the land. The disputes can be about where the property lines start and end.
Mechanic’s LiensA mechanic’s lien is a document your real estate attorney can help you write. They are used as a security interest in the title of a property to benefit the person who has supplied labor or materials to better the property.
An easement is a non-possessory right to use real property without owning it. Easements are used in most cases when one landowner needs a right of way from another landowner.
Land-use regulation controls existing buildings and future projects and developments. Municipalities mostly follow a process that results in a comprehensive plan.
A variance is a request to go against the current zoning requirements. If granted, the owner can use the land in a manner not otherwise permitted. It is only a waiver, and it does not change the law.
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Whether you are selling or buying a home or investing in a commercial property, you need an attorney who will help you every step of the way. We are one of St Cloud, Minnesota’s top real estate law firms, specializing in residential and commercial real estate law. Our lawyers will make sure that you and your assets are protected.
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Residential & Commercial Real Estate Law – Cases We Handle
We can help with any of the following:
- Commercial Real Estate
- Residential Real Estate
- Homeowner’s Rights
- Lease Agreements
- Contract Negotiations
- Contract and Deed Drafting
- Contract Litigation
- Homeowners and Condominium Associations
- Real Estate Litigation
- Governance and Enforcement Matters
- Like-kind Exchanges
- Boundary Disputes
- Mechanic’s Liens
- Resolution of Title Problems
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St Cloud’s Most Trusted Real Estate Law Attorneys
From residential real estate transactions to complicated commercial real estate deals, we provide proven representation for a wide range of real estate matters