Introducing the Snell & Wilmer Real Estate Litigation Blog

The Snell & Wilmer Real Estate Litigation Group is proud to announce the launch of its new blog.  After decades of handling commercial disputes and trials involving real estate, the Group was officially formed in 2008.  The firm’s real estate litigation and trial attorneys formed the Group to maximize expertise, efficiency and results for the benefit of the firm’s clients.

Through the launch of its blog, the Group is excited about the opportunity to share its collective insight on timely issues affecting real estate litigation.   Each blog post will be written by one or more of the attorneys of the Group, with the aim of providing a forum for the timely discussion and analysis of issues impacting real estate litigation.

Over the years, the attorneys in the Group have assisted clients in litigation on a range of issues,  including:

• adverse possession
• annexation
• appraiser liability
• architectural and design issues
• broker issues
• builder contractor liability
• condemnation
• covenants, conditions, and restrictions
• deed restrictions
• deficiency actions
• easements
• eminent domain
• environmental liability
• equitable subrogation
• escrow litigation
• forfeiture
• guarantor and surety litigation
• home owners association disputes
• judicial foreclosures
• landlord liens
• landlord / tenant relationships
• lien priority disputes
• lis pendens
• mechanic’s liens
• nuisance claims
• option contracts
• partition issues
• purchase contracts
• quiet title actions
• receiverships
• regulatory matters
• single asset real estate bankruptcies
• statute of frauds defenses
• title insurance claims and
• zoning litigation

Our blog posts will cover these topics, and more, as we grow the blog.  If you would like to stay current on real estate litigation issues, we hope that you will take this opportunity to follow this blog and subscribe to the RSS feed by clicking on the link on the right side of the page.

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