Act Immediately If You Have A Real Estate Dispute

Development in Western North Carolina has grown at an alarming rate in the past decade or more. The rapid growth has caused a meteoric rise in commercial and residential real estate development, which in turn has resulted in an increase in real estate disputes.

At The Law Office of Christopher G. Lewis, P.A., I represent individuals and businesses in a wide range of real estate litigation matters. Whether you have a dispute regarding the purchase, sale or construction of your property, need to defend against a property claim, or you have a zoning dispute, permit issue or other disagreement regarding a construction or lease agreement, I can help.

Assertive Representation With An Eye On Solutions

Real estate investments are typically among the most significant financial commitments that individuals or businesses make. Real estate transactions involve complex contracts and often multiple parties — brokers, developers, contractors, subcontractors, architects, engineers and more. When a dispute arises, it can cause serious delays in a project and result in additional costs.

My extensive experience in real estate law provides me a thorough understanding of the issues involved and allows me to help clients resolve disputes, oftentimes without the need to litigate. At the same time, I am a confident litigator who is always prepared to go to trial if a fair agreement cannot be reached through negotiation.

I represent clients in a wide range of real estate litigation matters, including:

  • Disputes regarding the purchase or sale of property
  • Construction defects
  • Brokerage commission disputes
  • Title, boundary and easement disputes
  • Zoning disputes and land use issues
  • Landlord-tenant disputes
  • Workout and lender liability disputes
  • Mechanic's liens
  • Bad faith insurance actions
  • Hazardous waste, environmental cleanup and groundwater contamination issues

The Right Real Estate Attorney Can Save You Money And Headaches

Do not hesitate to contact a lawyer if you face a real estate dispute in western North Carolina. Not only is a timely response important regarding collecting evidence, but you also must be concerned about statutes of limitation for filing a claim. Call 828-575-0059 or use the online contact form on this website.