Real Estate Disputes

Buying or selling a commercial or residential property is one of the most stressful and significant decision most people will undertake regardless of whether it is a unit, townhouse, family residence or vacation home.

Real Estate Disputes are usually:

  1. Between the buyer and seller; or
  2. Between a party and a real estate agent or auctioneer.

For ownership and government disputes see Property Disputes and for construction issues see Construction Disputes.

If you have a dispute in relation to the purchase or sale of a property, contact Gibbs Wright Lawyers today.

Types of Property Dispute

The following examples are just some of the many types of disputes that arise in regards to property:

  • Breach of contract;
  • Deceitful conduct of one of the parties;
  • Breach of fiduciary duty;
  • Breach of acting in good faith;
  • Exceeding granted authority;
  • Misleading or deceptive conduct;
  • An allegation of negligence on the part of one of the parties.