Real Estate Litigation
- Holland & Knight's Real Estate Litigation Team advises clients in high-stakes real estate disputes involving significant investments and complex legal issues.
- Our attorneys represent owners, developers, commercial landlords, major tenants and other interested parties in a wide range of litigation matters.
Holland & Knight clients operate in some of the country's hottest real estate markets, which can often create a fertile ground for legal disputes. The experienced lawyers on our Real Estate Litigation Team provide counsel to owners, developers, commercial landlords, major tenants and other interested parties in single-party and multiparty disputes.
Clients hire our attorneys to represent them in high-stakes real estate disputes involving significant investments and complex legal issues. We aggressively and creatively pursue our clients' interests and are able to call upon a host of experienced transactional, tax and finance attorneys to work towards clients' desired outcome.
Our lawyers' services include:
- boundary line disputes and quiet title actions involving litigation of private land use disagreements such as adverse possession claims, prescriptive easement claims, and other access and easement issues
- commercial lease disputes between landlords and large commercial tenants in a variety of lease disputes involving rent, common area and tax calculations, maintenance requirements, continuous operations clauses, exclusivity provisions, relocation clauses, termination agreements, premises liability and security matters
- eminent domain and condemnation proceedings
- buyer-seller disagreements, including those involving buyer disclosure errors, seller disclosure errors, unlicensed contractor work, illegal construction, failure to comply with codes, real estate buy/sell agreement disputes
- representing property owners defending against claims of alleged nuisance as well as pursuing claims against neighboring owners that are believed to operating their businesses inappropriately and contrary to the law
- zoning matters involving representation before administrative bodies and, as necessary, in subsequent court appeals