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Real Estate Law
The information contained herein is provided for informational purposes only, and is not intended to serve as legal advice or a solicitation of any kind. Attorneys at Ensberg Law Group are licensed to practice law in the State of California.
Depending on the circumstances, Ensberg Law Group, from time to time, undertakes cases on a contingency basis. Clients are responsible for actual costs of suit.
January 1, 2020
Real Estate Transactional Matters we Handle
At the Ensberg Law Group, our seasoned lawyers are pleased to provide skilled representation to clients in all real estate transactions, ranging from residential leases to drafting complex financial instruments as they relate to real property matters. Whether you are in the negotiation phase for leasing property for commercial purposes (ex., cell phone tower sites) or are making plans to grow your business and purchase or build a large industrial or commercial complex to suit your company’s needs, we are here to preserve and protect your interests.
Please call or email us, and a representative from our firm will contact you to obtain more information and schedule a personal, comprehensive consultation. Conveniently located in West Covina, the Ensberg Law Group represents clients who live, work or do business throughout Los Angeles County.
December 15, 2019
General Real Estate Transaction Information
Real estate transactions can range from simple, month-
A well drafted contract is perhaps the most important aspect of ensuring a successful real estate transaction, and will greatly minimize the likelihood of becoming involved in litigation. Prior to entering into any transactional matter, it would be extremely beneficial to consult with a skilled real estate lawyer who can walk you through the process and explain what you should expect.
If you are looking to enter into a high dollar real estate transaction, it’s imperative that you retain the services of a knowledgeable transactional attorney who possesses the ability to help you conclude your transaction as seamlessly as possible.
December 1, 2019
Real Estate Leases
A comprehensive lease for residential, commercial or industrial properties also benefits all parties to the lease. A properly drafted lease should state the name of the residential tenants or if it’s being leased by a business, the full name of the business as well as the individual who possesses signatory authority. It should set forth the term (time period) of the lease to include the date of possession and the date of termination, the cost of rent, a stated grace period, mandatory late fees, and any commercial or industrial purposes for which the property will be utilized. Any additional covenants (agreements) between the parties must also be put in writing. If the leased property is being used for illicit or illegal purposes, the landlord may move for immediate eviction.
November 15, 2019
Real Estate Purchase and Sales
Real estate purchase transactions must be put in writing to be deemed valid and enforceable by the courts. All buy / sell agreements must include a comprehensive list of all known defects, as well as defects about which a responsible property owner should have been aware. Failure to make a full and complete disclosure is grounds for bringing a lawsuit once the defects are discovered by the buyer. This applies not only to residential purchases, but also to purchases of raw land and commercial or industrial properties.
If it can be successfully demonstrated that the seller’s representative made false claims or participated in helping the seller cover up any defects, their representative may also be found liable for committing fraud. At this point, unless the parties are open to negotiating a settlement for monetary damages, litigation is virtually unavoidable.
If you believe that you have been the victim of real estate fraud or need intelligent legal counsel regarding any transactional matter, contact the Ensberg Law Group by calling (626) 813-
November 1, 2019
General Real Estate Litigation Information
Real Estate Litigation can be both time consuming and costly. However there are times when it becomes necessary for a court to resolve a real estate dispute. Real Estate Litigation covers a broad range of matters, and requires the assistance of a highly skilled, knowledgeable and effective lawyer. If you are presently having problems regarding your property and need skilled counsel, contact the Ensberg Law Firm at (626) 813-
October 15, 2019
Settling Cases through Negotiations
Often it is beneficial to all parties to a real estate dispute to attempt to settle their matter via the settlement negotiation process. In order to find common ground and reach a settlement that is agreeable to all involved, it is essential that everyone enter into negotiations in good faith. This requires the parties to set aside any hostility that has festered and work together to save both time and money on litigation.
October 1, 2019
When You Should Retain a Real Estate Litigation Attorney
Too often people wait too long to obtain legal counsel and retain the skills of a seasoned real estate litigator. As soon as you realize that there are circumstances pertaining to a real estate transaction or property that you either own or are planning on purchasing, it is extremely important that you contact a real estate lawyer. By retaining an attorney early, you may save yourself a lot of time, trouble and grief that will result from trying to resolve the problem on your own. A knowledgeable lawyer will know which steps to take in an effort to reduce increasing hostility, and can work vigorously to prevent the situation from escalating further. However, there are some situations where litigation is inevitable. Having an experienced lawyer on your side prior to litigation is greatly beneficial, as they will already be familiar with the background of your case and possess the information necessary to take immediate action.
September 15, 2019
Types of Real Estate Litigation Matters our Lawyers Handle
Whether you are involved in a disagreement regarding a real estate contract; the government has exercised eminent domain over your property; you are involved in a dispute with a neighbor over boundary lines or an easement, or are facing losing the ability to use your property due to zoning or land use regulations, a seasoned real estate litigator can help. Relatively small disputes can quickly escalate without professional intervention. At the Ensberg Law Firm, we represent clients in all of the above matters, as well as many not listed. Please call us at (626) 813-