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Real Estate Law

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Real Estate Law

 

      Real estate transactions are governed by a wide body of federal statutes and state statutory and common law. The requirements established by state law often differ significantly from one state to the next.

     The agreement to sell between a buyer and seller of real estate is governed by the general principles of contract law. The Statute of Frauds requires that contracts for real property be in writing.

      It is commonly required in real estate contracts that the title to the property sold be marketable. This requires that the seller have proof of title to all the property he or she is selling and that third parties not have undisclosed interests in the title.

     A title insurance company or an attorney is often employed by the buyer to investigate whether the title is, indeed, marketable. Title insurance companies also insure the buyer against losses caused by the title being invalid.

    In order to pass title, a deed with a proper description of the land must be executed and delivered, then filed in the county clerk's office.

    The most common method of financing real estate transactions is through a mortgage.


  This firm operates with a  tradition of integrity, common sense, technical expertise and with a principle that "Justice for All" applies to everyone. Further, the firm works for timely resolution of difficult family matters with a minimal level of confrontation, specially when children are involved.

    With the "client's interests at heart," the firm handles divorce and property cases, child custody and support, visitation, adoption, wills, criminal, personal injury, business and other legal matters. Through effective use of state-of-the-art technology, Weismuller Law Firm handles complex cases requiring extensive research and analysis.

 

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