Fayetteville Real Estate Litigation Attorney
Offering Dynamic Representation To Clients Throughout North Carolina
In any real estate dispute, your attorney must have a comprehensive understanding of the legal and business issues that can potentially arise. Fayetteville lawyer John H. Britton has the knowledge and experience to take decisive action to protect your interests.
Britton Law, represents banks, creditors, homeowners associations, landlords and tenants in all real estate-related disputes. Based in Fayetteville, we take cases in Cumberland County and statewide.
We are proactive in real estate matters.
Call 910-401-3356 today to arrange a consultation with our accomplished lawyer.
Experienced, Local Advocacy For Real Estate Disputes
John H. Britton has practiced in real estate law for more than 20 years and holds an MBA. His business credentials and legal experience enable him to understand the implications and strategize accordingly.
He has litigated a wide range of real estate matters in state and federal courts of North Carolina, including:
- Breach of contract and fraud in real estate transactions
- Homeowners Association (HOA) representation
- Lease disputes
- Title disputes and title curative services (quiet title action)
- Ownership disputes (partition actions, adverse possession)
- Landlord-tenant disputes
John also has extensive experience representing banks and other creditors in both judicial and nonjudicial foreclosure actions.
|Need legal counsel for a real estate transaction?
Although our firm does not do loan closings, we can negotiate purchase agreements and commercial leases, assist clients with title searches and document preparation, and provide representation at the closing table for commercial property deals.
Sit Down With Our Experienced Real Estate Lawyer
Our experience is complemented by a commitment to providing exceptional client service. We will inform you of all developments in your case in a timely fashion and will work closely with you to fully understand your objectives in the initial stages of a case.