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Real Estate Litigation

Experienced Attorneys for Real Estate Contract Disputes in Myrtle Beach South Carolina

A Myrtle Beach law firm assisting with a wide range of real estate legal matters

Since 1979, the team at DesChamps Law Firm has helped clients throughout the Myrtle Beach area with a wide range of real estate disputes, providing tenacious, detail-oriented service as we’ve worked to resolve tough legal issues for individuals, businesses and organizations. We leverage that experience for you, assisting with challenges related to breach of contract, zoning disputes, implied warranty and more.

Common types of real estate disputes

Real estate transactions can be complex, often involving different types of policies, laws and legal obligations. Although most real estate transactions proceed without any problems, some situations require us to engage in litigation to settle disputes. We help with many different types of real estate disputes, and some of the most common issues include the following:

  • Breach of contract. Any lease or purchase and sale agreement is a form of contract. When one of the parties indicated in a contract does not fulfill agreed-upon obligations, that party may be found in breach of contract. We help you take action to seek damages if this happens to you.
  • Boundary or zoning disputes. Boundary disputes may emerge when property boundaries haven’t been clearly set or property lines do not correlate with legal lines. Zoning disputes occur when those wishing to build in certain areas encounter resistance about land use or zoning rules.
  • Disputes with real estate brokers and agents. Occasionally, we see disputes with real estate brokers and agents involving topics like sales commission, breach of fiduciary duty, contract breach and real estate fraud.
  • Implied warranty. A property’s “implied warranty” is an implicit guarantee of suitability. If a person selling the property did not provide relevant information about its condition, it may provoke a dispute about the property’s implied warranty. These types of cases are usually complex, requiring a judge or jury to decide whether the undisclosed information had a significant effect on the property’s value.
  • Specific performance. When one party to a real estate contract does not meet the contractual obligations, it may be possible for a specific performance action to force the individual to meet the obligation. Let us guide you though this complicated process.

Methods for resolving disputes

We can help you resolve many real estate disputes, including title issues, using either mediation or arbitration. These resolution techniques are often quicker and less costly than traditional litigation. Mediation or arbitration is not appropriate, however, if one party has been accused of criminal conduct. If the dispute involves complex legal issues, it might be best to consult an attorney with our firm and begin the process of litigation.

Skilled real estate contract disputes lawyers

For legal advice on real estate contract disputes and related issues, meet with an experienced attorney at DesChamps Law Firm. Call us today at 843-353-6120 or contact us online to set up a meeting.

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