Real Estate Litigation Attorneys Serving San Bernardino and Riverside County, CA Win Cases Statewide
When negotiations stall, call the real estate litigation firm of Schlecht, Shevlin & Shoenberger
It is almost always better to resolve disputes through negotiation, but sometimes the parties simply cannot agree. Real estate litigation often arises in connection with real estate contracts, title claims, landlord tenant disputes, eminent domain, land use matters, construction contracts, construction defects, water rights and countless other issues related to real estate. Since 1951, the law firm of Schlecht, Shevlin & Shoenberger has been litigating real estate matters in Riverside and San Bernardino County. They have the experience necessary to obtain the best results for their clients.
Types of real estate litigation
The San Bernardino real estate attorneys at Schlecht, Shevlin & Shoenberger evaluate your case to determine the best course of action. In some cases, the client wants money damages. In others, the client might want a contract enforced through specific performance. The following is an outline of the types of actions common to real estate litigation.
- Suit for money damages - In these cases, the one party harms the client in a financial way. An example of this is a tenant who breaks a lease. The landlord might sue the tenant for the remaining rent under the lease.
- Specific performance - A suit for specific performance occurs when one party breaches a contract and the other party wants to enforce it. For example, the seller of a property decides not to sell the property even through the seller is contractually obligated to do so. The buyer can sue the seller for specific performance, forcing the seller to complete the contract and transfer the property to the buyer.
- Declaratory judgment - Real estate is a document intensive discipline. Sometimes the parties have differing opinions about the interpretation of certain provisions. The Riverside County real estate lawyers at Schlecht, Shevlin & Shoenberger, a law corporation, might file a suit for declaratory judgment, asking the court to declare the rights of the parties under the disputed document.
- Injunction - An injunction is appropriate to force the other party to do an act or to cease and desist from certain activities. For example, a landlord padlocks the doors to a tenant's business. The real estate litigation attorney might file a suit seeking an injunction to force the landlord to remove the padlocks.
These are just a few of the approaches the real estate attorneys at Schlecht, Shevlin & Shoenberger might take when you bring them a matter in Riverside or San Bernardino County. They will consult with you and recommend the best course of action.
If you are headed for litigation, select the experienced and respected real estate attorneys at the law firm of Schlecht, Shevlin & Shoenberger.
Schlecht, Shevlin & Shoenberger serves San Bernardino County, Riverside County, and the Rancho Cucamonga Valley. Contact them at 760-320-7161 or online for an appointment at their offices in Palm Springs, CA.