Real Estate litigation, involves disputes over real property and can surface from a variety of issues concerning but not limited to:
- Boundary disputes
- Breach of warranty on title
- Contractual disputes
- Easement disputes
- Enforcement of covenants, conditions, & restrictions
- Failure to disclose
- Government taking
The attorneys of Coquina Law Group are knowledgeable in real estate litigation and routinely represent sellers, purchasers, title companies, and real estate agents in such claims.
Condominium and Homeowners Association Representation
Homeowner and Condominium Associations are governed by Florida Statutes and the individual governing documents of the Association. Navigating these laws, the obligations of the Association and fiduciary duties of its directors requires experienced, diligent counsel. Our team of seasoned attorneys are well versed in real estate, and construction regulations. We routinely represent both Homeowners and Associations. Although most disputes arise out of payment fees, assessments and penalties, many litigation disputes arise out of water losses that damage neighboring units, drainage issues, and landscaping that cause damage or effect other owners.
Land Use & Zoning
Land Use and Zoning Law determines how a landowner can utilize their land. Representation is vital for you to be able to develop, revise, or make changes to the use of your property. At Coquina Law, we have been able to foster and build relationships with expert engineers and surveyors which are essential for representing Land Use matters. We represent our clients in every step of the process from the initial application through litigation.
We have represented property owners seeking re-zoning of land, variances, special use permits, environmental permitting, PUD agreements and development.
Real Estate Transactions
Real estate purchases are often the biggest purchase made by individuals and businesses. Even though these transactions hold great value, many see them as simple and routine. At Coquina Law, we see things differently. Although everyone usually enters these contracts with good intentions, you must be prepared for possible issues that may prevent closing and should allow room for voiding of the contract.
Counsel in these matters is key and consulting an attorney when entering a contract or the sale/purchase of property is always good practice. Our attorney’s focus on the details; they work with you to review your contract, make suggestions, and ensure that you are advised to the fullest regarding the terms of your contract and consequences of each clause.