Many different sources may define a person’s rights and obligations with respect to his or her own land.  These may include the type of deed by which the person received title to the property, any liens or encumbrances affecting the title, the local zoning and land use regulations, and the statutory and common law of the State.

The attorneys at Farr Kaufman are knowledgeable and experienced in advising and handling all matters affecting a person’s rights regarding his or her own land, including:

  • Disputes Between Adjoining Landowners
  • Disputes Between Landowners and Easement Holders
  • Disputes Between Joint Tenants or Tenants in Common
  • Claims for Trespass, Nuisance or Waste
  • Disputes with Local Governments regarding Land Use or Zoning Decisions

Contact Farr Kaufman to discuss your real property needs with one of the attorneys.