REAL ESTATE LITIGATION
San Francisco HOA and TIC Dispute Attorney
Homeowners Association Disputes
Our attorneys represent clients in cases involving:
- Special assessment disputes
- Nuisance complaints
- Enforcement/violation of covenants, conditions, and restrictions (CC&Rs)
Whether you are a homeowner, condo owner, commercial property owner, or association director, we can advise and represent you.
HOA Liabilty for Failing to Enforce CC&Rs
Sometimes, parties purchase multi-unit residential property as tenants in common. As with any business deal, disputes can arise over maintenance, unequal financing arrangements, noise and nuisances, and the proposed sale of a jointly-owned property. At Steven Adair MacDonald & Partners, P.C. we work to resolve such disputes in ways that are fair and protect the rights of our clients.
Often, we are able to achieve results for our clients through negotiation and other alternative dispute resolution methods. If necessary, we will undertake vigorous litigation on your behalf.
Co-Owner Buyout Agreements
Even when a tenant-in-common agrees in principle to a buyout by one or more of the other owners, there may be details needing resolution such as price, last date of occupancy, property taxes, and utility bills. At Steven Adair MacDonald & Partners, P.C. we are skilled negotiators who have negotiated numerous co-owner buyout agreements. We will work hard to negotiate an agreement that is fair and that protects your rights and interests.
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Real Solutions for Real Estate Problems
“The truth is, 99 percent of cases do not go to trial. The two sides eventually come to an agreement and settle. We know this from the thousands of cases we have handled. Therefore, we critically analyze our client’s situation to see if we can help them find an agreement earlier rather than later. The difference will mean enormous savings in time and legal fees.
We will do everything in our power to successfully resolve your landlord-tenant case or real estate dispute in as little time as possible. We have the resources to take on complex real estate cases and the size to keep you from becoming more than just a case file.”