Real Estate Litigation and Latent Defect Claims
Purchasing a property is one of the most important investment decisions that Canadians make in their lifetimes. On a corporate level, a property acquisition may represent a significant corporate investment and vital capital. The discovery of a hidden defect in connection with a real estate purchase can have a devastating effect on the value and usability of the property. For the seller, allegations relating to the existence of a latent defect, whether real or perceived, can be equally devastating. Success in real estate litigation depends upon obtaining the right advice and experienced representation. Pinto Wray James LLP takes pride in our sterling reputation and proven track record of getting results for our clients in real estate litigation. We understand the importance of developing the right strategy to achieve our client’s desired outcome. Our lawyers are experienced in navigating through the intricacies of contracts, analyzing facts, and skillfully advising our clients in real estate disputes.
Specifically, our real estate litigation practice includes providing legal advice and representation related to residential and commercial agreements of purchase and sale; breach of contract claims; and the review of mortgage financing agreements. We also possess significant experience advancing and defending latent defect claims against vendors, purchasers, home inspectors, real estate agents, and contractors. In addition, we have experience litigating matters involving structural defects, termite damage, water damage, environmental contamination of soil, concealment, and misrepresentations with respect to municipal building or other permits.
Bar none, the lawyers at Pinto Wray James LLP have the experience and expertise necessary to properly advise and represent clients respecting their real estate litigation matter.
We invite you to contact one of our experienced litigation lawyers today