Commercial Property Litigation
What is commercial property litigation?
Litigation is defined as the process of bringing a lawsuit. Commercial property litigation is a type of real estate litigation that typically arises from disagreements involving: purchase and sales contracts, partnership disputes, claims involving breach of fiduciary duty, commercial leases, environmental issues, property insurance, property tax assessment, and design and construction defects or boundaries. All of these specialties within real estate law may require litigation expertise when conflicts need to be resolved.
Commercial real estate transactions in Texas require a breadth of knowledge of commercial law and real estate law. Austin business law attorney, D. Scott Heselmeyer, PC, has developed this specialized expertise by successfully assisting numerous clients with real estate transactions and real estate litigation.
Effective Business Law Lawyers in Austin
If your business is considering leasing, buying or selling real estate, it is important to discuss all aspects of the transaction with an experienced real estate attorney. Knowledgeable legal advocate, Scott Heselmeyer, serves businesses of all sizes from international corporations to small businesses in Central Texas.
He is experienced in managing real estate issues ranging from small office leases to 1031 exchanges, to the development of shopping centers, residential real estate developments and industrial facilities, and are experienced negotiators and facilitators of real estate transactions.
He arms his clients with the information they need to make informed decisions about their real estate transactions to minimize the eventuality of disputes or lawsuits. If these do arise, he will use his proficiency to pursue timely, cost effective resolutions in these matters. He provides assistance with boundary disputes, construction management disputes, construction defects, landlord/tenant disputes, and conflicts involving easements and restrictive covenants. He represents landowners, developers, builders, lenders, property managers and title insurance companies in arbitration actions as well as federal and state court litigation.
He has developed a flexible fee structure and range of payment options designed to accommodate your unique needs, including: flat fees, retainers, contingent fees, and
hybrid fee agreements.
If a lawsuit becomes necessary, he will help you to clearly determine the objectives of your litigation, and develop a legal strategy that protects both your rights and your property.
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today to discuss your commercial property matter.