Real Estate Attorneys – Heideman, McKay, Heugly, L.L.C.
Utah Landlord Tenant Lawyers
Although many buyers and sellers of residential real estate in Utah complete transactions without the assistance of a real estate attorney, it is often advisable to consult with a lawyer about real estate purchases or sales. When a buyer or seller needs customized agreements (whether basic or complex) such as installment contracts to buy land, the Provo and St. George law firm of Heideman, McKay, Heugly, L.L.C., becomes a valuable resource.
To schedule a consultation with an experienced Utah landlord tenant lawyer or buy sell agreement attorney, contact Heideman, McKay, Heugly, L.L.C..
Home Purchase Warranties
Home builders trying to ensure terms of warranties or limit their liability in a transaction often contact Heideman, McKay, Heugly, L.L.C., for assistance.
Land owners facing eminent domain proceedings benefit from the experience of an attorney who is capable of handling eminent domain cases. An appraiser hired privately through the advice of Heideman, McKay, Heugly, L.L.C., may discover that a piece of land is worth much more than what a city or other government body claims it is worth when making offers of compensation for taking property through eminent domain.
Land Use Permits
In other cases, a government entity may claim that a land owner must surrender a piece of land because he or she is operating a prohibited business there with the use of an expired conditional use permit. When government entities attempt to revoke use permits or change conditions related to licenses in this way, Heideman, McKay, Heugly, L.L.C., is prepared to vigorously work to preserve the land owner or tenant’s rights.
Buy Sell Agreements
Contact Heideman, McKay, Heugly, L.L.C., to schedule a consultation regarding any real estate legal matter including the following:
- Buy sell agreements
- Installment land contracts
- Real estate purchase contracts
- Home purchase warranties
- Commercial real estate contracts
- Residential real estate issues
- Eminent domain proceedings
- Adverse possession
- Negligent misrepresentation