Real Estate Law: Resolving Disputes, Facilitating Transactions
Real estate transactions and disputes often involve large investments of time and money, so it is imperative that you are prepared to defend your best interests. At Perry, Shields, Campbell & Floyd, PLLC, we have significant experience in Texas real estate law. Our attorneys can assist with both commercial and residential real estate matters. Some of our areas of focus include:
- Landlord-Tenant Disputes
These can include questions of upkeep and repair, nonpayment of rent, tenant rights, evictions, and more. The eviction process has specific steps that must be adhered to. If they are not, the unlawful detainer action that results in an eviction could be ruled invalid. If you are involved in a landlord-tenant dispute, we can help clarify your position and recommend a course of action.
- Lease Agreements
When drafting a lease agreement, it is important for all parties to understand the exact terms of the lease. These can vary with commercial and residential applications, but should generally address liability, usage, notice periods, and other terms. Whether you are negotiating a lease or examining an existing agreement, our lawyers can help you determine what your responsibilities are.
- Easement Disputes
Problems can arise when the parties disagree on what constitutes appropriate usage or other easement stipulations. If someone has gone beyond the terms of their easement — or if a landowner has obstructed you from performing lawful activities on their land — we can assist you.
- Property Line Disputes
Determining correct and legal property lines is essential in land use. We have much experience reviewing the appropriate documents and bringing legal action when necessary.
- Commercial Transactions
We bring a careful attention to detail to every contract we draft or review.
- Residential Transactions
Our firm can assist with title research, closing documents, and other matters involving the transfer of residential real estate.
- Title Opinions: Mineral Rights
We have a significant amount of experience researching mineral rights throughout Texas and the surrounding states.
We have offices in Houston, Midland, Austin, and San Antonio.