Real estate law and land use litigation is a broad area of law that covers a wide variety of issues related to real estate property, both commercial and residential. Over the years, Wood Litigation, APC is proud to have worked with countless commercial and private developers, real estate agencies and brokers, homeowners, and landowners throughout the San Francisco Bay area. The firm's track record for success within this area of law has paved the way for repeated business referrals from real estate agencies and brokers across the city.
Wood Litigation, APC offers comprehensive legal counsel and representation to clients in need of a variety of different real estate law and land use litigation matters. As issues related to land use and real estate law continue to evolve and become more complex, it's become increasingly important for clients involved in both commercial and residential real estate to consult with a team of experienced real estate law and land use attorneys.
Services we offer
The attorneys at Wood Litigation, APC have extensive knowledge and experience dealing with real estate and land use issues throughout the San Francisco Bay area. Using a variety of different legal strategies, our firm focuses on negotiation, mediation, and litigation to craft solutions that meet our clients' needs and help them accomplish their goals. Our diverse legal team has experience with a number of different real estate and land use issues, including:
Condominium developers suing the city and county of San Francisco in which the city opposes construction plans.
Real estate brokers, buyers, and sellers of residential real estate property who are suing and/or being sued for fraud, breach of contract, and/or a failure to disclose material defects.
Homeowners suing or being sued by a neighbor with boundary, easement, and/or harassment disputes.
Commercial landlords suing or being sued by tenants for fraud, breach of a lease agreement, and/or property damage.
Landowners or developers suing government agencies for any form of property seizure, such as eminent domain, inverse condemnation, or issues related to civil rights.