Los Angeles Purchase and Sale Dispute Attorneys
Purchase and sale disputes involving real estate take many forms. The most common disputes involve escrow terms and negligent/fraudulent non-disclosure of items during escrow but discovered afterwards. Purchase and sale disputes are one of the most common types of real estate disputes and can appear in residential or commercial real estate matters. That said, the disclosure standards are much higher for residential purchase and sale agreements pursuant to the statutory disclosure obligations set forth in California’s Civil Code. Moreover, commercial transactions usually involve periods where the buyer will conduct its own due diligence or investigation.
Our Los Angeles based real estate attorneys have substantial experience litigating and arbitrating purchase and sale disputes.
Here are just a few of the types of cases we have handled:
- A purchase and sale dispute involving the non-disclosure of a geology report by the seller. We represented the seller in arbitration and received an arbitration award finding no liability on the part of the seller.
- A purchase and sale dispute involving seller’s non-disclosure of a drainage issue negatively affecting the property which lead to a settlement in the full amount demanded in our client’s complaint.
- The defense of a non-disclosure case involving an undisclosed condition during the sale of airplane, where our client received a jury verdict in its favor with not a single juror voting in favor of the plaintiff after a lengthy jury trial;
- Settlement of numerous matters pre-litigation via the mandatory mediation provision contained in the standard California Association of Realtors Residential Purchase and Sale Agreement;
- Settlement before trial of numerous matters. We have developed relationships and established credibility with many real estate law mediators and these experiences and relationships help us to mediate your case to give you the best chances of achieving the best results at mediation.
The purchase and sale disputes we handle often involve non-disclosure, negligent misrepresentation, deceit, fraud, intentional misrepresentation and violation of Civil Code section 1102, et seq.
At Schorr Law, we pride ourselves on developing a unique approach for every client focused on our client’s goals, the law and the facts at hand. Our results oriented approach has a proven track record with Schorr Law’s record of very positive results for its clients.
For a free 30 minute consultation on your purchase and sale dispute, contact us today at 310-954-1877, fill out the form on the side of this page, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our other website at schorr-law.com.