Los Angeles County Real Estate Litigation Attorney
Helping Residents of California with Their Real Estate Litigation Needs
Disputes between residential and commercial landlords and tenants, as well as between property owners, are fairly common in the State of California. In some instances, these disputes can be resolved informally, such as through mediation or arbitration, while at other times, it may be necessary to file a formal complaint in court and litigate the disputed issue(s) through the California court system.
Real estate litigation may be necessary in some disputes involving property, and when that happens, the experienced California real estate litigation lawyers at Urbach Law Offices, PC, may be able to assist.
Types of Disputes that May Require Real Estate Litigation
There are several different types of property disputes between landlords and tenants – and between property owners – that may require real estate litigation. Those disputes include the following:
- Disputes that arise between commercial landlords and commercial tenants
- Disputes that arise between residential landlords and residential tenants
- Quiet title actions, where there is a dispute as to the true owner of a piece of property
- Breach of lease disputes where one or both of the parties to a lease agreement violate one or more provisions of a residential or commercial lease
- Boundary disputes that often arise in the context of adverse possession, easement disputes, and restrictive covenants
Talk to a California Real Estate Litigation Lawyer Today
If you are currently involved in a real estate dispute, the experienced attorneys at Urbach Law Offices, PC, can assist you with resolving that dispute, and if necessary, litigating the dispute in the California state court system. For a free case evaluation and legal consultation with a California real estate litigation attorney, please call us at (310) 479-1200 or contact us online for more information about how we can assist.