BOUNDARY DISPUTES2018-09-10T10:20:08-05:00

Boundary Disputes

A large, multimillion-dollar real estate development or subdivision project can be stopped by the smallest legal dispute over property boundaries. While neighboring property owners may have once enjoyed some form of “handshake” agreement with the previous owner of the land, a change in ownership cancels the “contract” and requires revisiting boundary lines.

Documented property boundaries and actual use of the land between neighbors can be two different things. Many cases involve land use that does not match the official records.

Protecting The Business Interests Of Dallas Business Owners
At Bennett, Weston, LaJone & Turner, P.C., our attorneys look out for the best interests of Texas landowners or those looking to purchase real estate for a business venture. For more than 20 years, our legal team has taken on complex and contentious real estate cases involving boundary disputes.

Few things affect business operations more than legal problems. The more complex the issue, the more danger a business faces. Our job is to perform all the legal “heavy lifting” while our business clients focus on managing and growing their companies.

Some disputes are resolved by both parties working together to move forward, particularly if the dispute is over a small amount of land. However, we will not hesitate to litigate boundary disputes if our clients’ best interests and business futures are at stake.


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