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Real Estate and Business Attorney Indiana

Bruce D. Huntington

NORTHERN DISTRICT OF INDIANA

REAL ESTATE & BUSINESS LITIGATOR

As an experienced Real Estate and Business Attorney my goal is to avoid the Courthouse and achieve a prompt, smooth and fair resolution of the issues for everyone involved

REAL ESTATE BUSINESS SERVICES CIVIL LITIGATION
Bruce D. Huntington - Real Estate and Business Litigator

About

BRUCE D. HUNTINGTON

Bruce D. Huntington has a diverse practice which includes representing businesses and individuals. He is a seasoned litigator representing clients in courts throughout Indiana, including the Court of Appeals of Indiana. He has established many long-term relationships as a result of his efforts to maximize his clients’ success.

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SOUTH BEND, INDIANA

ST JOSEPH COUNTY, INDIANA

ELKHART COUNTY, INDIANA

STARKE COUNTY, INDIANA

KOSCIUSKO COUNTY, INDIANA

MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA

LAGRANGE COUNTY, INDIANA

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1. What is litigated property?

Litigated property is property that has been involved in legal matters, such as issues over ownership or encroachment. It is property that is under litigation. In some cases, this property’s value will be significantly lower than its ready reckoner value. Litigated property can also be treated differently regarding tax matters. An attorney can examine the options buyers and sellers have regarding litigated property, and can help with computing the capital gains on such properties.

2. What are common issues that arise in real estate litigation?

There are many reasons for real estate litigation, including:

  • Breach of contract: If either party involved in a contract fails to perform according to its terms, the wronged party can recover compensation for damages.

  • Failure to disclose a problem or defect: If a seller fails to disclose, it can result in real estate litigation.

  • Breach of duty: Real estate agents must act in the best interests of their clients and if he or she does not do so, it can result in breach of duty litigation.

  • Implied warranties: If either an express or an implied warranty is breached, it can result in a civil lawsuit.

3. How long will real estate litigation take?

The length of time it takes to resolve real estate litigation varies from case to case. It is common for a real estate lawsuit to take years to resolve, in part because of the discovery process and the motions that are filed before the case officially goes to trial. Many real estate lawsuits are settled before reaching trial via mediation or other form of ADR, while others are simpler and move through the system within a few months.

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