Real Estate Litigation
While most real estate buyers and sellers don't face issues that give way to litigation prior to closing, some conflicts can give rise to litigation before a transaction has settled.
Examples of pre-closing cases can include:
• chancery actions for specific performance (where a court forces a party to act)
• claims for money damages (where a court awards money)
Common pre-closing litigation can occur when one party fraudulently induces another party to act, or when a party to a contract fails to close on real property in accordance with an agreement.
For more information on how we can help you with your real
estate-related matter, please call us at: (312) 638-9600.