Real Estate Litigation
In real estate disputes, there often is no middle ground. They almost always end up in litigation before a judge. You need an attorney who will explore an out-of-court solution but prepare to fight for your rights at trial.
Scott F. Lewis is an accomplished litigator who has practiced in Hartford County and central Connecticut for 28 years. He has extensive experience in complex litigation involving real estate transactions and property disputes. Arrange a consultation today to discuss your case and your options.
Strong Advocacy in Real Estate Disputes
The law firm of Lewis, Lewis & Ferraro, L.L.C, has represented homeowners, businesses, landlords, tenants and other property owners or claimants in a wide range of conflicts:
- Adverse possession and quiet title actions
- Prescriptive easements (“grandfathered” access)
- Boundary line disputes
- Disposition of inherited property
- Rights of first refusal to lease or purchase
- Non-disclosure or misrepresentation in transactions
- Nuisance, obstructed view or damage by adjoining property
Scott F. Lewis has tried numerous commercial and residential real estate cases, including sticky disputes that pit neighbors against neighbors or family against family. He is extensively schooled in Connecticut real estate law, contract and lease law and the statute of frauds. These are fact-driven cases that often demand expert testimony. Lewis, Lewis & Ferraro, L.L.C, has a broad network of surveyors, title experts and other professionals whom we call on to support our client’s legal position.
Protecting Your Interests in Real Estate Transactions
Knowing the pitfalls of real estate transactions gone bad, Mr. Lewis can capably represent clients who have discovered defects or misrepresentations after a real estate transaction. He frequently litigates claims for buyers who need representation to litigate misrepresentations that induced buyers to purchase the property.
Contact our West Hartford office to speak with an experienced trial lawyer who will personally handle your case.