Land Use Disputes usually arise when land-owners lease out a parcel of land to be used for a specific purpose. When the tenant oversteps the conditions of the agreement by using the land for a purpose not expressly allowed, lawsuits arise. In many scenarios, these disputes arise out of pure misunderstanding – either at the time the agreement is formed or at the time the infraction is committed.

At Webb Law Group, we address these issues in two ways: 1) Preventative action; 2) Offensive action. Most land use disputes can be avoided if the involved parties are able to clearly and intelligibly communicate their desires and their understanding of the agreement. This can also be considered a transactional approach. When preventative measures are no longer an available option, litigation – or at least the threat of litigation – is the next step.

From day one of our practice, we at Webb Law Group have been analyzing land use disputes, providing sound advice for resolving these conflicts, and skillfully litigating unresolvable controversies.


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