How Often Do You Handle Cases Involving Real Estate Disputes?
At any one time, we have multiple cases involving neighbor disputes. For instance, where there has been drainage that has been re-routed or there has been a property marker that has been moved, or there is an encroachment on the property. The presence of an encroachment is something that must be disclosed under California law in the purchase contract under the seller’s disclosures. If there is a question about where the property line is, it must be disclosed and resolved.
The general reasons behind real estate disputes can be boiled down to three basic points. Someone did not get what they thought they bought, there is an insured property loss or title defect that becomes apparent and the insurance company is not cooperative, or there is a neighbor dispute.
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