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New Jersey Real Estate Litigation Attorney

Aside from making deals, The Law Office of Rajeh A. Saadeh, L.L.C., has significant experience litigating complex matters centered around real estate. We have successfully filed suit against major, multibillion-dollar and nationally known financial institutions, reputable real estate brokerages, individual Realtors, and owners who were involved in fraud and other wrongdoing.

Our office is in Bridgewater and serves the Middlesex metro area (Middlesex County, Somerset County, Hunterdon County, Morris County, Union County and Mercer County), but we have litigated cases in jurisdictions across New Jersey. Whether you are bringing or defending the action, seeking monetary damages or injunctive relief, we are confident in our ability to navigate you through the conflict to a favorable resolution.

Specific experience in real estate disputes
Rajeh A. Saadeh is an accomplished trial lawyer with in-depth knowledge of New Jersey law as it pertains to real estate. Arrange a consultation today.

Are There Consequences For Failing To Disclose Material Facts In A Real Estate Transaction In New Jersey?

Yes, there are legal repercussions for anyone responsible for the nondisclosure of material facts in a real estate transaction in New Jersey. Material facts are significant details about a property that could influence a buyer’s decision-making process, such as:

  • Structural defects
  • Environmental hazards
  • Zoning restrictions
  • Boundary dispute
  • Pending litigation
  • Pest infestation
  • Hazardous materials like asbestos or lead paint

In New Jersey, sellers must disclose such facts to potential buyers completely and accurately. Failure to do so can lead to lawsuits alleging fraud, misrepresentation or breach of contract.

Remedies for buyers may include:

  • Rescinding the contract
  • Seeking damages for any losses incurred
  • Pursuing specific performance to compel the seller to fulfill their obligations

Real estate agents or brokers involved in the transaction may face disciplinary actions from licensing authorities for failing to disclose material from real estate tracts. Before engaging in real estate transactions, work with a real estate litigation attorney to avoid known or unknown hurdles.

Aside From Going To Court For Real Estate Dispute, What Are My Options?

When facing a real estate dispute, exploring alternatives to court proceedings can often lead to quicker and less costly resolutions. Here are some options to consider:

  • Informal negotiations: A direct discussion between parties allowing for open communication and flexibility in finding a resolution
  • Mediation: It Involves using a neutral third party to facilitate discussions. This approach helps parties find common ground and reach a mutually acceptable solution.
  • Arbitration: This involves submitting the dispute to a neutral arbitrator, who makes a binding decision.
  • Settlement conferences: These are negotiation meetings assisted by a judge or magistrate. It explores settlement possibilities with guidance from a legal authority.

These methods provide avenues for resolving conflicts efficiently, potentially saving time and money while maintaining control over the outcome. You can seek guidance from a qualified NJ real estate litigation attorney at The Law Office of Rajeh A. Saadeh, L.L.C., who can offer valuable insights and assistance in understanding your best alternative method.

Finding Solutions And Protecting Your Interests

Attorney Rajeh A. Saadeh has represented homeowners and homebuyers, landlords, real estate developers and investors, and other parties. He has experience in a broad spectrum of real estate disputes, including:

  • Breach of contract
  • Fraud and misrepresentation
  • Title disputes
  • Condemnation and eminent domain
  • Evictions and collections
  • Foreclosure defense
  • Homeowners association (HOA) disputes
  • Property disputes with neighboring owners

The Law Office of Rajeh A. Saadeh, L.L.C., is often called upon to litigate lawsuits and disputes with the aim of negotiating an amicable and practical outcome. But if the case winds up in the courtroom, you can rest assured that Rajeh A. Saadeh is on your side and equal to the task. He is a formidable litigator whose reputation encourages the other side to negotiate in good faith.

What Do You Want The Outcome To Be?

Naturally, we can’t guarantee a particular result. But we will start with your goals and develop a range of strategies and contingencies to achieve your desired resolution or the best possible outcome under the circumstances.

Contact us online or call our Bridgewater office at 908-396-8330 to make arrangements.