Delaware state law incorporates specific rules pertaining to how real property transactions may take place, and failing to follow them properly can jeopardize the validity of a deal. Factors like the nature of the property being sold, the type of compensation involved and other critical details can all impact the legality of agreements and the liability of the parties involved. At Tunnell & Raysor, P.A., we strive to help you gain a better understanding of such nuances and create a legally binding agreement that better fulfills your needs.
We have helped numerous individual and business clients plan, draft and execute complex real estate deals, and we are continually working to improve our knowledge. Our lawyers are familiar with commercial and residential contracts alike, and this far-ranging familiarity helps us draft tighter agreements with language that ultimately minimizes your risk. In addition, we provide aggressive representation during negotiations, planning stages and disputes.
We will work hard to ensure that you are aware of any potential hazards associated with your proposed transaction. If you have already drafted or received a contract we will review it in detail and help you examine its legal ramifications. We can also answer questions about landlord-tenant relationships, land use and zoning and tax-deferment regulations. After years of providing representation to both buyers and sellers, we have gained the knowledge necessary to perform in-depth analyses of time-sensitive documentation and help our clients plan further ahead.
Real estate deals can be complex, especially when they involve commercial properties, subdivisions and less-common assets like mobile homes or unpermitted structures. You can learn more about these matters and the services we provide by visiting our page on real estate transactions.
Source: Tunnell & Raysor, P.A., “Delaware Real Estate Closing Lawyers“, October 29, 2014