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Real estate transactions aren’t as simple and straightforward as they may seem. There are lots of moving parts when it comes to real estate, including landlord-tenant relations, homestead protection, adverse possession, and more. In order to ensure your real estate experience goes smoothly, you’ll need a knowledgeable team of real estate attorneys by your side.
Westlake Legal Group provides the comprehensive legal representation that tenants, landlords, and homeowners need to navigate their real estate law needs. We’ve helped clients throughout Northern Virginia understand the legal processes associated with their real estate transactions, helping them avoid entering agreements that go against their best interests. Contact our team to set up your initial consultation today.
From title issues to landlord-tenant relationships, a lot can go wrong in the world of real estate. Our team has helped clients through a broad range of real estate disputes, including:
At Westlake Legal Group, we act as your ally, helping you successfully navigate the real estate legal process. Contact our team to understand your legal options today!
Real estate laws vary from state to state, and the Commonwealth enforces a few unique laws that may affect your individual case. The following illustrates just some of the legal hurdles homeowners may need to jump through in order to remain compliant with Virginia real estate laws:
For more information about Virginia-specific real estate laws, consult with your real estate attorney at Westlake Legal Group.
Tenant rights are laws put in place that are meant to protect tenants from legal action by their landlords. Virginia outlines specific regulations that landlords must adhere to, including anti-discrimination laws, security deposit limits, and living conditions. Any violation of these laws may allow the tenant to seek legal recourse and collect damages. Consult with your real estate attorney to learn what options may be available to you.
In Virginia, there is a five-year statute of limitations on injury to personal property.
No matter what the problem may be with your real estate, the knowledgeable attorneys at Westlake Legal Group can help. We’ve helped countless clients throughout Northern Virginia successfully navigate their real estate legal needs, providing them the professional guidance necessary to avoid non-compliance and unfavorable agreements. Contact our team to get started with your real estate case today.
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