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Real Estate and Property Law

Dayton Real Estate and Property Law

 

Purchase and Sale:

“Whether you are buying or selling real estate there are a number of issues that may come up.  Oftentimes people rely on their real estate agent to help them understand what is going on during the transaction, and while real estate agents are very knowledgeable, it is best to consult an attorney if you have any questions how the law will view certain decisions.”

Land Installment Contracts:

“Land Installment Contracts are often referred to as “rent to own” agreements by individuals that are seeking to buy or sell a property over a period of years.  While this can be a great way for a buyer and seller to complete a transaction, there are many pitfalls along the way. It is important that anyone considering a transaction like this consult an attorney to make sure that the documents used comply with Ohio Law and that the buyer and seller have thought through the transaction before signing the contract.”

Landlord/Tenant Law:

“Landlords and tenants have one of the most complex legal relationships under Ohio Law.  The relationship between the two is governed by statutes, contracts, and property law, all rolled together.  It is important for landlords and tenants to understand how to navigate the legal relationship they share.  When things go wrong in that relationship, both landlords and tenants should consult with an attorney to make sure that they have followed the law, and preserved their legal rights.”

Property Litigation:

“Sometimes, despite everyone’s best efforts, the only way to resolve an issue related to property is to bring it to the appropriate court’s attention by filing or answering a lawsuit.  Whether it is a tenant facing a wrongful eviction, a seller who believes the buyer has breached the contract, or a property dispute between neighbors, hiring an attorney who is both knowledgeable about property law and who knows how to navigate the courtroom is essential.”

Document Preparation and Review:

“Almost everything related to property requires documentation.  Whether it is a lease agreement, a deed, or a purchase and sale contract, the documents that are used can be critical.  The success of a lawsuit, or the ability to avoid a lawsuit altogether, can easily depend on the quality of the documents that were drafted.  It is important to engage an attorney for both the drafting of the documents and for reviewing documents that you are asked to sign.  A small investment made at that critical time could save a lot of money and time later.”

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