Real Estate Law
State real estate law regulates commercial and residential real property transactions, and landlord-tenant relationships.
Some federal law protections exist for discrimination and environmental violations. For more specific information about this topic, please see the article Real Estate and Property Law.
Buying and selling a home or commercial piece of land is one of the most important personal and financial commitments an individual will make. That is why it is crucial to know exactly what you buy, in terms of boundaries, title, and the condition of the premises. Property law provides protections for both the landowner seeking to materially improve the property and the construction contractor providing services.
Many people seek financing through mortgages either to buy real property or to afford improvements on the property. As with any other debt, it is necessary for those interested in mortgages to be aware of the nature and offers of the lending institution. Understanding the nuances of local real estate law is often difficult for lay people; complex transactions are best handled using the services of a lawyer that specializes in real estate law and has a demonstrated profficiency in this field.
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Last Modified: 11-28-2012 02:33 PM PST