Attorney Brian K. Stanley knows the art of the deal.
By assertively applying his extensive knowledge of property rights, real estate
issues, finance and business, he can handle all your real estate matters —
whether the case at hand requires negotiation in or out of the courtroom.
A boundary dispute is a disagreement over the
possession/control of land between two or more entities, or more specifically,
the defining border of such land. There is a growing number of property owners
who experience some kind of property-related problem with their neighbors
(locating the true position of the boundary, overcoming an obstructed right of
way, what to do about the neighbor’s trees). These are examples of various
issues that, unresolved, can lead to a boundary dispute.
Real property is a legal term encompassing real
estate and ownership interests in real estate. Commonly referred to as
“immovable property,” it is a type of property differentiated from personal
property. Within international jurisdictions, such as those states of the United
States where common law is applicable, the term refers to the land owned by the
federal government, land owned by the state, land owned by Indian tribes (where
applicable), and the land owned by individuals and companies within that state.
This is in contrast to all other property (besides property affixed to the land)
in such states, which is then deemed to be “personal” property.
Immovable property can refer to the real estate
itself, or to various types of ownership interests in real estate such as “Fee
Simple” or “Leasehold” types.
A title dispute occurs when two parties have a
conflict involving the transfer of property, both real and personal, between the
parties involved in said transfer.