Real Estate Transactions and Litigation

Real Estate Transactions
and Litigation

Hannig Law LLP offers comprehensive legal services in the areas of real estate acquisition and development, land use planning, financing, entity selection and formation, financing, leasing, and disposition.

Our attorneys have experience with broad phases of transactions and litigation that allow our attorneys to avoid common pitfalls, thereby saving you the time, expense, and stress of a transaction gone wrong.

Hannig Law LLP may assist you with the review, drafting, negotiating, revising, dispute resolution and, if necessary, litigation of:

  • Purchase and sale agreements, including options to purchase and issues that may arise during or after these transactions;
  • 1031 exchange transactions;
  • Commercial and residential leases;
  • Joint tenancy ownership;
  • Tenants-in-common ownership and agreements;
  • Construction contracts;
  • Entitlements;
  • Various issues with governmental agencies and institutions, including lot line adjustments, easements, and other real estate issues;
  • Acquisition and leaseback for residential and commercial property transactions;
  • Commercial and residential loan review;
  • Limited liability company and operating agreements;
  • Zoning;
  • Land use;
  • Breach of contract;
  • Partition actions;
  • Disputes between land owners;
  • Disputes between land owners and government agencies;
  • Construction disputes;
  • Homeowners association disputes;
  • Hazardous waste and contamination issues;
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A relationship-based law firm built on over 70 years of Hannig-family legal services in the Bay Area.

Call us: (650) 482-3040


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