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Long Island Real Estate Litigation Attorneys

For many people, real estate is the most important asset they own. It may even be their livelihood. When these individuals face challenges in relation to contracts, possession, use, or ownership of their land, they must turn to a qualified real estate litigation lawyer to set matters straight.

TonaLaw’s Long Island real estate litigation attorneys have the skills, experience, and persistence to aid you in all legal matters concerning your properties. Types of real estate litigation cases we assist with include:

  • Breach of contract
  • Rescission or reformation of contract
  • Partition actions
  • Landlord/tenant disputes
  • Cooperative housing and condominium association disputes
  • Quiet title actions
  • Boundary disputes
  • License and access agreements
  • Fraud, misrepresentation, title defects, nondisclosure issues
  • Declaratory or summary judgment actions
  • Specific performance
  • Mechanic’s liens, contractor disputes
  • Construction litigation

Our thorough knowledge of the law and attention to detail provides you with a dependable legal ally. We will help you navigate your real estate litigation to seek a desirable outcome. Throughout the process, you will be kept informed of your options, advised of your optimal choices, and up-to-date on developments concerning your case.

Contact us today to schedule your free consultation, and find out why we have a reputation for tirelessly serving our clients to help them seek the best possible outcome for them, their business, and their family. Schedule your free, confidential, no-obligation consultation now when you call 1-833-TONALAW or contact us online.

Aggressively Representing Clients’ Rights after a Breach of Contract

Coming to the terms of a contract are no small matter, so when another party jeopardizes a contract’s sanctity, it’s literal serious business. Anyone who violates the terms through non-performance or breach of specific contract conditions must be held responsible for the damages that result.

Misrepresentations and non-disclosures may also have affected the ability for a contract to be made and executed in good faith. In the event that you form a contract that has been tainted by these issues, you can seek a breach of contract action, a rescission, or a reformation of the original contract terms on equal footing.

Settling Boundary Disputes, License, and Access Agreements, and Partitions

Property boundaries can get muddled over the years, especially after a survey was performed that lead to an erroneous conclusion. TonaLaw wants to help our clients get to the heart of who actually owns a property and what rights to use they specifically have.

These matters extend to license and access agreements. Under New York law, property owners have the right to enter adjacent properties under most circumstances involving maintenance, construction, or renovation. Property owners may also have easement agreements in place to give them access to certain thoroughfares. TonaLaw’s real estate litigation lawyers fight for your right to fair access to the fullest extent of state, municipal, and federal law.

In situations where multiple parties own a property, TonaLaw can assist with the equitable division of property and the optimal method for transferring and altering property rights, whether that involves a buyout, the formation of a trust, or other methodologies.

Representing Either Side of Damage, Infringement, and Nuisance Claims

The free enjoyment of one’s property can be hampered by nuisances or accusations that you have created a nuisance. TonaLaw seeks peace between neighbors and those who must travel through properties by resolving claims of damage, infringement, or nuisances.

Providing Both Landlords and Tenants with Sound Legal Counsel

Landlord/tenant disputes can threaten someone’s material comfort and their right to inhabit or own a property in a way they intended. Tenants’ rights to a safe home with heat, electricity, and water access should be preserved. Likewise, landlords have a right to pursue litigation against tenants who sublet without permission, damage properties, refuse to pay, or engage in adverse possession.

Why Choose Tona Law for Assistance in Your Real Estate Litigation Matters

TonaLaw wants to provide you with a Long Island real estate litigation attorney you can trust and depend upon. We strive to exceed our clients’ expectations and use the full extent of the law to help them achieve their goals.

Learn why we have rapidly become a trusted name in real estate law litigation in New York. Schedule your free, no-obligation consultation today when you call 1-833-TONALAW or contact us online.