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Commercial Real Estate Transactions

Our attorneys recognize that the heart and soul of the real estate industry in Northern Virginia is the investment and ownership of commercial real estate.  More importantly, our attorneys recognize that no two commercial transactions are alike and that most anything is possible if not negotiable in a commercial setting.  The vast experience that our real estate team brings to the table provides our clients with the knowledge and comfort that each commercial transaction will be handled with the focus and diligence that each special and unique transaction requires.  Although no two deals are alike, our real estate section has dealt with a spectrum of issues including but not limited to:

  • Drafting & Negotiation of Commercial Leases
  • Drafting & Negotiation of Commercial Purchase Agreements
  • Commercial Lending Representation
  • Commercial Real Estate Debt Acquisition
  • Foreclosure Acquisitions
  • Land Acquisitions
  • Commercial Short Sale Negotiations
  • Landlord/Tenant Disputes
  • Unit Association Disputes
  • Ground Leases
  • Lease Buyouts

Commercial Real Estate Litigation

In addition to the transactional real estate representation, our attorneys at Protorae Law assist their clients with complex real estate litigation matters.  Our real estate team has represented clients in a vast array of real estate matters that have made their way into the courtroom ranging from injunctions preventing foreclosures, to boundary line disputes hinging upon extremely intricate title issues.

Some of the represented litigation matters handled by our real estate attorneys include the following:

  • Representation of the members of a family trust involving the setting aside a deed, quiet title action and fraudulent actions of a former family member.
  • Representation of heirs seeking an injunction for the improper foreclosure of a lien that had expired under the applicable statute of limitations.
  • Representation of a family in an injunction for the improper foreclosure of a residence.
  • Representation of owners of residential real estate who were sued over a boundary line dispute involving an easement…key issues surrounded the validity of an ambiguous easement over 50 years old
  • Representation of landlords seeking possession of commercial real estate pursuant to breach of lease agreements.
  • Representation of investors seeking possession of real estate investments upon purchase through foreclosure sales.
  • Representation of commercial real estate owner related to fraudulent acquisition and placement of fixtures to real property.

LEGAL DISCLAIMER: THE RESULTS OF ALL CLIENT MATTERS DEPEND ON A VARIETY OF FACTORS UNIQUE TO EACH MATTER. PAST SUCCESSES DO NOT PREDICT OR GUARANTEE FUTURE SUCCESSES.