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Real Property Disputes

At Conway, Londregan, Sheehan & Monaco, P.C., our attorneys routinely handle disputes over real property in both residential and commercial contexts including the following issues:

  1. Boundary disputes in which there is a difference in the opinion where one property ends and another begins and/or the placement of a fence or hedge
  2. Commercial leases, including eviction, the right of first refusal, forcible detainer actions
  3. Beach, condominium and homeowners associations, including collections and document amendments
  4. Easements and Right of Way: Involves the right to use someone else’s land for a specified purpose and determining the legal right to pass along a specific route through the land of another
  5. Condemnation/eminent domain: Includes determining the fair market value of land and whether the government has the right to take the property
  6. General real property disputes, including disputes for all residential and commercial land contracts and issues, such as issues over management and operating agreements
  7. Land use: Zoning issues, applications to planning and zoning boards, municipal code enforcement, land hearings and litigation
  8. Suits for partition: Forcing the separation of title between or among landowners
  9. Title disputes: When another party claims partial or full ownership of the property that you purchased
  10. Trespassing: When a person comes onto your land without permission

Construction/Home Improvement

Whether you are a contractor whose customers will not pay or a homeowner left high and dry by your home improvement contractor, the attorneys at Conway, Londregan, Sheehan & Monaco, P.C., have vast experience in all areas of construction law including Connecticut’s Home Improvement Act, New Home Construction Act and the Home Improvement Guaranty Fund. For contractors, we offer an array of services from drafting contracts that are compliant with Connecticut’s Home Improvement Act and New Home Construction Act, to drafting, filing and foreclosing on Mechanic’s Liens and collecting on past due invoices.

For homeowners, the attorneys at Conway, Londregan, Sheehan & Monaco, P.C., provide contract reviews as well as assist clients with claims against contractors for poor workmanship and failure to complete home improvements. Our attorneys also have experience collecting on judgments whether it is from the contractor, the contractor’s insurance or the Connecticut Home Improvement Guaranty Fund. With our ability to handle litigation from pre-lawsuit negotiations to getting your money back after obtaining a judgment, please contact us today for a free consultation with issues related to construction law.