Real Property / Title Insurance Litigation
To meet our clients’ needs for trial attorneys with demonstrated knowledge and ability in the field of real estate law, the Real Property / Title Insurance Litigation Practice brings together attorneys with experience and expertise in the broad array of issues involving the purchase, sale, financing, leasing, title, use, and development of real estate. Our attorneys also have the advantage of being able to draw on the talents of other Firm attorneys who practice in such service areas as real estate (transactional), financial institutions, creditor’s rights and bankruptcy, and environmental law, and we emphasize a “team approach” to solving particular real estate disputes as well as related legal or business issues. With attorneys and resources in Alabama, Georgia and Mississippi, we provide effective and efficient services to our clients for their real estate litigation needs.
We have represented clients in a wide range of litigated matters, including:
- Adverse Possession and Prescription
- Boundary Lines
- Condemnation (Representing Condemning Authorities and Landowners)
- Covenants and Restrictions
- Land Use and Development
- Mechanic’s Liens
- Mineral Rights and Mining
- Mortgages and Foreclosures
- Quiet Title
- Tax Assessments and Sales
- Title Insurance
- Water and Riparian Rights
A number of our attorneys focus significant portions of their practice on providing services to the title insurance and real estate information industry in connection with coverage issues, claims evaluation and litigation, curative title work, defense of first-party and third-party actions, subrogation, flood zone and other certifications, and agency issues. In addition to litigating cases in the federal and state courts in Alabama, Georgia and Mississippi, as well as before arbitration tribunals, our attorneys have been retained to file amicus curiae briefs on behalf of the American Land Title Association and the Alabama Land Title Association.