Real Estate Law and Litigation

Real estate investments are significant, which means the costs if something goes wrong can be substantial. Gaskill Law Firm assists in resolving disputes, including pursuing litigation against wrongful parties, and provides guidance through a variety of real estate transactions.

Our real estate clients include:

  • Commercial Tenants
  • Landlords
  • Lienholders
  • Owners
  • Purchasers
  • Sellers

We provide qualified legal representation in all types of real estate matters, protecting the property rights and financial interests of our clients.

Real Estate Litigation

Some real estate disputes cannot be resolved informally, and we can file the required lawsuits in court on behalf of our real estate clients. We can also defend our clients against litigation brought against them. Such cases can arise due to many issues and conflicts, including:

  • Access and easement conflicts
  • Boundary disputes
  • Breach of sale contract
  • Clouds on title
  • Failure to disclose
  • Liens and lien priority
  • Trespass

These are only some examples of the types of real estate disputes that might lead to litigation.

Guidance Through Transactions

Commercial property owners, investors, developers, prospective purchasers, tenants, and other parties can face financial consequences if a transaction does not close smoothly. Commercial developments and sales differ significantly from residential real estate transactions, and our attorneys understand the unique legal questions and concerns that can arise.

Our real estate transaction representation includes:

  • Addressing title issues
  • Document review
  • Drafting agreements
  • Escrow disputes
  • Negotiating terms of a contract
  • Title review

Even parties with extensive knowledge of real estate matters can benefit from an experienced advocate. While we do not provide escrow services or conduct closings, we can guide a client through every aspect of a real estate transaction.

Commercial Leases – Landlord and Tenant Representation

Commercial property owners need strong landlord-tenant relationships to get the proper return on their investments. The foundation of this relationship is an airtight commercial lease. Many commercial landlords understand the ins and outs of landlord-tenant law, though they can still make costly errors when it comes to lease provisions. It can be more challenging for commercial tenants to identify when lease terms are unfavorable.

Our legal team tailors each lease to the specific space and tenant in question. We review all possible terms and conditions with our clients to ensure the contract properly protects their interests as property owners or commercial tenants. We engage in negotiations with landlords and tenants to ensure that everyone is in agreement heading into the landlord-tenant relationship. This reduces the risk of conflicts arising.

We also assist clients with the termination of leases, breach of contract claims, and other commercial landlord-tenant disputes. Our objective is to minimize risk and costs for commercial property owners or commercial tenants so they can minimize their losses.

Association Law

Our attorneys represent homeowner and condominium associations, as well as the members of these associations. Association boards have many responsibilities, and we provide reliable guidance on a wide range of issues, from drafting governing documents to dispute resolution. We also counsel property owners who are challenging board action.

Real Estate Matters in Sarasota

Gaskill Law Firm provides assistance in many types of real estate transactions, giving reliable guidance and working to efficiently resolve disputes. We also provide dispute resolution assistance, including representing our clients in complex litigation.

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