Successful representation of commercial and industrial property owners in dispossessory, unlawful detainer and rent collection actions
Slotkin Law is frequently retained by title insurers to represent lenders and owners in claims to perfect title or claims of lien. Such representation includes pursuit of claims for equitable subrogation, deed reformation, quiet title and wrongful foreclosure. The firm’s representation in this area often includes pursuant of claims for professional malpractice against real estate closing agents.
Slotkin Law represents property owners, architects, engineers, contractors and builders in disputes related to construction and engineering standards, architectural integrity and contract performance. This work frequently involves representation of clients in mediations and arbitrations, working with expert witnesses and trial work. Some of the firm’s representative experience includes:
Real estate fraud is frequently an aspect of any dispute involving land or title. Allegations of fraud are often present in cases where a lender loses the security that was bargained for at closing or where buyers discover concealed property defects post-closing. Proving real estate fraud is fact-specific and typically a matter for a jury to decide. The firm’s experience in bringing and defending claims involving real estate fraud include:
Slotkin Law has served as national counsel to banks and lenders around the country who seek to enforce collection on notes, exercise rights under security instruments, foreclose on properties and pursue remedies against competitors. Some of the firm’s experience in this area includes: