Flawed Deeds and Boundary Disputes
Property deeds are important in establishing one’s property and its associated boundaries. We depend on deeds to ensure that our properties are marked correctly, but sometimes flaws in deeds lead to serious legal disputes. One of the most common disputes from flawed deeds is a boundary dispute, but there are more potential causes of a legal issue arising in court. The attorneys of Gagnon, Peacock & Vereeke, P.C. specialize in real estate law and can help Dallas property owners better understand their legal claims if they ever find themselves in a similar property dispute.
Common Flaws in Deeds
Deeds might be flawed in any number of ways, but some flaws seem more common than others. For example, the following are among the more common deed issues, which can lead to various legal disputes:
- Public Record Errors
- Unknown Liens
- Unknown Encumbrance
- Unknown Easement
- Boundary Survey Error
All of these flaws in a deed can mean that two or more property owners cannot agree about their properties, especially regarding the property boundaries. An experienced real estate lawyer might be able to resolve such a dispute in Dallas and help protect your property rights and interests.
Contact a Real Estate Litigation Attorney in Dallas
If you are involved in a property dispute and you think there may be a flaw (or more than one) with the deed of the property in question, the attorneys of Gagnon, Peacock & Vereeke, P.C. can help you. Contact our offices in Dallas today by calling (214) 317-4448 to learn more about how we can serve you.