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Are you involved in a real estate dispute?

Most business owners deal with property, whether it is as a buyer, seller, landlord, tenant, investor or developer. After all, property law is the foundation of many legal transactions.

To make matters more complicated, real estate issues are often tied to other business issues, such as partnership disputes or sales of businesses, as well as investment and insolvency issues. In short, things can take a turn for the worse faster than you expect.

Real estate disputes can arise from a breach of contract to buy, sell, lease, build or develop residential or commercial property. They can also lead to other claims, such as an allegation of negligence on the part of one of the parties, defective workmanship or claims for misleading and deceptive conduct.

Why should you use Sajen Legal’s litigation team to manage your property dispute?

At Sajen Legal, our litigation team is experienced in dealing with disputes over real estate.

Over the years, we have advised investors, developers, landlords, tenants, financiers and anyone else involved in commercial real estate.

Our litigation team can help you with all kinds of landlord and tenant disputes, such as:

  • Buying and selling of property
  • Business lease renewals
  • Rent review issues
  • Lease terminations
  • Dilapidation claims
  • Planning issues.

Finally, because we offer a fixed-fee service for litigation, you know exactly what costs you will incur from us running your matter.


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