Attorneys in Haight’s Real Estate practice provide support to developers and builders in nearly every facet of real estate law. The practice is supported by a strong group of attorneys with significant experience in everything from property acquisition to environmental issues to construction. Our goal is to tackle your real estate matter in an efficient and timely manner so you can concentrate on your core business.
The Real Estate Practice Group is made up of a multidisciplinary team of members from our Construction Law, Business Solutions and Environmental Law & Toxic Tort Practice Groups. From transactions to litigation, Haight gets it done for developers and builders. When litigation becomes necessary, we have ample resources from the firm’s powerful litigators including members of the Southern California Region of the American College of Trial Lawyers (ACTL), the American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA), and numerous AV-rated (preeminent) attorneys.
For real estate transactions, we provide a full range of legal services for our clients whether it involves the purchasing or selling of real estate, property acquisition, financing, or leasing a particular space or an entire commercial complex.
Our representation of private developers in the acquisition, financing, construction, and operation of commercial developments and multi-family housing projects includes:
• negotiating and drafting purchase and sale agreements,
• loan documents,
• partnership and operating agreements,
• joint venture agreements, and
• construction contracts.
Our attorneys have extensive experience representing clients in disputes arising from a wide range of real estate issues, including:
• quiet title actions,
• eminent domain litigation,
• California Environmental Quality Act,
• mechanics’ liens and stop notices,
• construction defect,
• partition actions,
• breach of contract actions involving nearly every conceivable issue, and
• commercial and retail disputes, including evictions.
Our attorneys have represented clients at administrative hearings before the California Departments of Real Estate and Corporations, the Contractors’ State Licensing Board, and the Labor Commissioner.