Property Disputes

Real Estate Litigation in North Carolina
At the law firm of Ferguson, Hayes, Hawkins & DeMay, PLLC, we provide experienced representation for disputes and litigation involving residential and commercial real estate and property rights. Our attorneys have represented homeowners, business owners, buyers and sellers, landlords, tenants, developers and other parties in a wide range of real estate litigation. We are ready and able to go the distance to achieve a successful resolution.

Our real estate lawyers are actively engaged in the local real estate community.  Ryan Hawkins likewise works with local realtors and lenders on a regular basis and can assist in any form of real estate transaction or dispute.

Our staff also includes a team of full-time experienced paralegals who will keep you informed at every step of the process.

Property Dispute Resolution From Experienced Concord Attorneys
At Ferguson, Hayes, Hawkins & DeMay, PLLC, our real estate litigation practice includes disputes such as:

  • Residential and commercial transactions, including breach of contract, fraud and misrepresentation
  • Commercial lease disputes
  • Land use and zoning disputes
  • Mechanic’s liens
  • Construction defects
  • Landlord/tenant disputes, including eviction
  • Property disputes, including easements, boundary line disputes and encroachment
  • Condemnation or adverse possession

Because of our experience with state laws and local and county ordinances pertaining to property rights and transactions, we are able to understand and effectively handle a wide range of issues for our real estate clients. We are able to protect your interests in court or strengthen your position in negotiation in order to resolve your real estate dispute.

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Contact our Concord office and schedule an appointment for an initial consultation. Call us locally at 704-788-3211.


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