As AV-rated Maryland real estate attorneys in a state with a highly congested docket of property litigation, our trial lawyers litigate many of the largest title and real estate fraud cases in the nation. Under Maryland real property law, real estate settlement attorneys, closing agents, real estate appraisers, abstracters, realtors and mortgage brokers may be liable for compensatory damages for errors and omissions, punitive damages for misrepresentation, and criminal prosecution for such fraudulent acts as real estate flipping. When home sales were hot, legal complaints of breach of contract, predatory lending, restrictive covenants, easements and zoning violations gave rise to consumer protection lawsuits, real estate foreclosures, and injunction suits to clear title defects and enjoin real estate development. With the economic downturn, consumer protection suits have begun to focus on "mortgage rescue scams" and similar allegations.
MARYLAND REAL ESTATE LITIGATION & FLIPPING FRAUD
In an era where real estate flipping and fraud schemes have prompted numerous lawsuits and criminal charges against real estate professionals, Kramer & Connolly has served as lead counsel in multi-million dollar class action lawsuits and cases throughout the federal and state court system. With a unique focus on the complexities of intricate real estate transactions, Kramer & Connolly attorneys have traveled throughout the country to defend title agents, real estate agents, appraisers and abstracters. Having pioneered defense strategies in some of the first real estate flipping cases in the nation, Kramer & Connolly has tried cases requiring a keen understanding of real estate sales, the Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act, the Truth-in-Lending Act, consumer protection statutes, title defects and other aspects of real estate transactions. Kramer & Connolly is also retained by community associations to litigate disputes involving land-use restrictions, easements and covenants, and border disputes.
- Class Action Lawsuits
- Real Estate Flipping
- Fraud Allegations
- RESPA & TILA Claims
- Real Estate Appraisal Fraud
- Title Agent Malpractice
- Abstracter Negligence
- Title Defects
- Easement and Restrictive Covenant Disputes
- Land-Use Restrictions
- Zoning Variances
- Title Insurance Litigation
- Predatory Lending
- Claims Under Closing Protection Letters
- Insurance Coverage Opinions & Disputes
- Compliance with Grand Jury Investigations
- Disciplinary Proceedings Against
- Defense of Criminal Charges
The legal information on Maryland real estate law, Maryland realty law, real property sales contracts, breach of real estate contract, breach of contract lawsuit, Maryland property law suit for breach of contract, lawsuit for sale of land, realtor fraud, legal negotiations, real estate sales contract, Maryland real estate purchase contract, injunction against developer real estate development, specific performance, lease agreement, settlement real estate, cloud on title, foreclosure real estate Maryland, real estate commission, legal title defects, real estate settlement, breach of contract real estate maryland, flipping real estate fraud, real estate lawsuits, residential property disputes law firm Maryland Land Title Association, real estate professional liability, negligent title agent, title insurance, title agents and abstracter errors and omissions insurance, real estate title attorney, abstracter errors, real estate settlement services, real estate fraud, real estate flipping, Real Estate Settlement Procedures, RESPA lawyer, easements, restrictive covenants, Maryland zoning and other real estate laws, is designed for informational purposes only and is not intended to constitute legal advice. Readers are advised to seek the representation of a competent real estate lawyer Maryland settlement attorney to protect their legal rights. The slogans, High-Speed Access to Legal Action, Legal Advice, Legal Counsel, Legal Protection, State & Federal Courts, Dispute & Conflict Resolution, Probate Protection, Legal News, Legal Training & Seminars, and the substantial equivalent thereof are service marks of Kramer & Connolly.