Real Estate and Property Law includes the study of the law governing the development cycle, including land use, community development, construction, leasing, and sales of real property. The financing of real property and improvements is particularly important, including lending secured by real property (whether for construction or as permanent financing), the remedies available to secured lenders with real estate as collateral, consumer protection in real estate finance, the bankruptcy of owners or users of real property, and the secondary market for real estate debt.
Real estate law is the area of law which governs the buying, using and selling land. It governs the manner in which people acquire property and what they can do with the property that they own. Real estate law is also called real property law.
Real property refers to land, as opposed to personal property which is objects. Fixtures that are permanently on the land like buildings or other large structures also constitute real property.
There are many different aspects of real estate law such as deeds, titles, purchase financing, zoning, taxes and estate planning.
Property frauds, Document forgery, Landlord-Tenant disputes, Mortgage & Debt Recovery matters, Construction, encroachment & possession disputes, Commercial properties, Family real-estates