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Real Estate Law

Marquee Law Group, APC, is a full-service law firm providing diverse real estate practices that include representation of landlords and tenants, borrowers and lenders, buyers and sellers, homeowners and homeowner associations.

Real Estate Law

The Real Estate Division at Marquee Law Group, APC, represents builders, developers, small and large property management companies, investors, and brokers. Marquee Law Group, APC, works with clients to protect their interests in all types of real property, including, but not limited to office, retail, industrial and residential properties.


In an environment complicated by frequent changes in the law, our attorneys' extensive transactional and litigation experience allows us to actively and effectively protect our clients' interests. Known for providing the highest quality of service and commonsense solutions, we offer our clients a track record of successful claims and litigation strategies that mitigate loss and maximize the ability to procure insurance coverage into the future.



Our Real Estate Division diligently works with you from day one, counseling our clients to minimize liability, while maximizing benefits in their real estate transactions. With so many different issues threatening your property over time, the attorneys at Marquee Law Group, APC, are well versed in real estate laws and regulations, experienced in all stages of real estate litigation and ready to serve as outside counsel on behalf of our clients.


Our real estate attorneys have comprehensive knowledge of the different facets of related transactions in the state of California. We represent both the buyers and sellers of the property involved in commercial, residential, new constructions, cooperatives, developments, townhomes, and multifamily homes. And when it comes to California foreclosure law, we are the experts and we get the results you want.

Transaction Services

  • Acquisition, Development, Sale and Option of Real Property

  • Lease Negotiation, Documentation and Evaluation

  • Residential and Commercial Purchase/Sale Agreements

  • Financing

  • Sale/Leaseback Transactions

  • 1031 Like-Kind Exchanges

  • Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions (CC&Rs)

  • Department of Real Estate and Other Regulatory Agency Filings

  • Construction Agreements for Developers, Contractors and Design Professionals

  • Governmental Agency Entitlements

  • Insurance

Litigation Services

  • Contract Disputes

  • Construction Disputes

  • Eminent Domain

  • Condemnation

  • Environmental/Toxic Issues

  • Financing and Security Issues

  • Insurance Coverage Analysis and Negotiations

  • Mechanic’s Liens

  • Property Lease Disputes

  • Unlawful Detainer

  • Title Issues

  • Tenant Improvements

  • Fraudulent Conveyances

  • Judicial Foreclosures on Deeds of Trust

  • Landlord and Tenant Issues

  • Commercial Collections

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