Real estate transactions may be thought of as “win-win” transactions. The selling party gets what it wants — the sale of a piece of property and financial compensation, and the buying party obtains a desired piece of property. Sometimes, however, a transaction may not go as planned and for any number of reasons either a buyer or seller decides to back out of the deal.
At this stage, the parties may find themselves embroiled in real estate litigation in Arizona. Fortunately, as this blog reported in a previous post, both buyers and sellers have legal options in the event of a real estate dispute. Whether a legal or equitable remedy is appropriate in a particular dispute will typically be determined by a judge or jury if a case proceeds to trial. But, it is important that a party involved in a real estate dispute, whether it is related to a purchase, sale or lease dispute or even permit issues, is aware of his or her options prior to that stage.
The attorneys of Faith, Ledyard and Faith PLC have the legal knowledge and experience necessary to guide their clients in the appropriate direction for recovery in a real estate dispute. Having an attorney with a construction background and local Arizona roots can be beneficial as a client navigates possible litigation and potential settlement options. Paul J. Faith’s construction background and knowledge of real estate contracts and the factors that may lead parties to fail to perform on a real estate contract, has benefited clients for years, and will continue to do so.
For more information on how the experienced attorneys of Faith, Ledyard and Faith PLC can provide assistance to those involved in a real estate dispute, visit our webpage.