Real Estate Litigation

Real Estate Litigation

Litigation has been an integral part of our practice since its inception. The real estate litigation attorneys at the Miami and Fort Lauderdale offices of The Elliot Legal Group, P.A. enjoy a well-deserved reputation for cost-effectiveness and results, having successfully litigated numerous real estate-related matters — like yours — before trial and appellate courts.

Litigation in real estate matters arises within a variety of contexts related to the acquisition and development of real estate, such as:

  • Disputes related to a contract to sell or purchase real property
  • Disputes regarding contractors
  • Disputes related to closing
  • Disputes arising from the extent of ownership of property (e.g., title and boundary disputes)
  • Disputes with governmental agencies charged with overseeing development approvals and permits required for property development
  • Defense against opposition to approvals made by third parties such as neighboring property owners
  • Disputes regarding escrows
  • Lease breaks
  • Disputes related to commercial leases

How We Manage Disputes

The Elliot Legal Group handles a wide range of real estate disputes and their resolution through negotiation, mediation, arbitration or litigation. If conflicts develop, our lawyers have extensive experience developing practical solutions across all types of real estate matters, enabling us to quickly, effectively and efficiently resolve your problems.

Areas of Practice

Our areas of practice include:

  • Interstate Land Sales Full Disclosure Act actions
  • Florida Condominium Act actions
  • Title disputes
  • Ad valorem tax challenges
  • Boundary disputes
  • Writs of Mandamus to order local governments to issue land use approvals or permits
  • Trespass and ejectment actions
  • Contractual disputes related to acquisition of real property
  • Partition actions
  • Commercial Landlord Tenant Disputes
  • Proceedings before State of Florida administrative agencies
  • Easement actions
  • Quite title actions
  • Appeal of local government decisions related to rezoning, site plan approval, building permits and other land use approvals