Condominium Litigation and Landlord – Tenant Law

Morisi & Oatway, P.C. represents clients who require legal help with condominium law matters such as construction defect disputes, evictions, by-laws enforcement, and lease enforcement issues.  We meet our client’s needs through skillful litigation that thoroughly resolves matters as quickly as possible.  Our track record of successfully handling concerns involving Massachusetts condominium law has led to many long lasting client-attorney relationships.

Massachusetts condominium litigation

Condominium litigation is a specialized legal area with distinct differences from other real estate litigation.  With condominium development, an initial ownership turns into multiple ownerships as units are sold.  Complexities often become magnified by the multiple ownerships characteristic of condominiums even though all owners belong to the same condominium association.  For example, construction defect lawsuits against the condo contractor may be subject to many parties bringing suit rather than one building owner as in an apartment building lawsuit brought against a construction company.

Our Massachusetts real estate lawyers at Morisi & Oatway, P.C. represent business entities involved in condominium disputes, such as management companies, condominium associations, vendors, and developers.  We handle all types of disputes—contract conflicts, by-laws enforcement, enforcement of the administrative rules or restrictions in the master deed, and fiduciary duty breaches, to name a few.  We also work with businesses in the transactional stages of condominium law by reviewing contracts and providing legal advice.

Contact our office today at 617-479-0400 to discuss your business needs with one of our experienced lawyers.

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