Commercial Real Estate Litigation in Michigan
As experienced trial attorneys as well as seasoned real property lawyers, the law firm of Adkison, Need, Allen, & Rentrop helps commercial real estate clients resolve disputes concerning any purchase, sale, lease or construction problem. To learn how our experience can help you achieve the results you need, contact our office in Bloomfield Hills.
We handle real estate disputes in Oakland County and Southeast Michigan
Our commercial real estate attorneys represent clients across the whole spectrum of disputes that can arise in the negotiation, performance or closing of any real property transaction. We also make it a priority to find the litigation approach that will resolve your problem in the quickest and least expensive way available.
For our general counsel clients, our established understanding of your business goals gives us an excellent start to finding the solution that best fits your needs. For new clients, we work closely with you to make sure that our recommended solution not only gets the job done, but fits well with your company's broader objectives.
We consider all your alternatives, including mediation and arbitration
Examples of the kinds of commercial real estate disputes that we can handle include the following:
- Breach of contract or specific performance claims related to a purchase or sale agreement
- Construction defect or warranty litigation
- Eminent domain and condemnation proceedings
- Property tax appeals
- Land use or zoning problems
- Environmental issues involving private parties or public entities
- Disputes over easements, boundaries, access or parking
- Title insurance problems
- Commercial lease disputes, from advice about eviction notices to problems with option or assignment terms
- Mortgage foreclosure problems
- Real estate disputes related to the purchase or sale of business assets
While the civil courts are always available to hear and determine commercial real estate issues, our clients generally prefer less expensive and less stressful ways of achieving similar results. We therefore concentrate first on focused negotiations, mediation or even binding arbitration, and often keep the prospect of a civil lawsuit as a last resort to use if we need it.
To learn more about the scope of our real estate litigation practice, contact a lawyer at Adkison, Need, Allen, & Rentrop in Bloomfield Hills.