Real Estate Law
This practice area includes legal services related to real property and property rights and interests. It also pertains to buying and selling real property, homeowner’s rights, landlords and rental property, and renters’ and tenants’ rights. This area of the law governs personal interests in property which can be manifested as rights of ownership, establishing property title, requirements in sales and transfers of property, and settlement of claims against property. Real estate law covers property development, agricultural concerns, zoning and property land use, real estate lending, and foreclosures.
Real estate law also includes interests in real property which are not physical, such as the right to future ownership, right to tenancy, the right to drill for oil and mineral rights, use of airspace or easements across another property belonging to another.
The attorneys at Carmel & Naccasha, LLP have extensive knowledge and experience with negotiating purchase and sale agreements and leases, handling real estate closings, drafting deeds, filing liens, as well as representing clients in disputes involving foreclosures, receiverships, real estate loans, boundary and title disputes, and zoning matters.
Our attorneys also posses expertise pertaining to real estate located in the Coastal Zone. Working with real estate in the Coastal Zone requires knowledge of the California Coastal Act, as well as the particular county’s Certified Local Coastal Program. Dealing with real property located in this specially designated area involves working alongside the California Coastal Commission, other agencies and coastal cities and counties.