Eminent Domain/Real Estate
If you are involved in a dispute involving real estate, you need an attorney with experience in real property law. Real property law is based on modern regulations as well as ancient common-law doctrines. You need an attorney who understands how the regulations and doctrines overlap, how courts interpret complicated regulations, what rule applies in your situation, and how best to achieve the result you want.
Our team has represented nearly every interest in real property: buyers, sellers, agents, brokers, developers, lenders, condominium boards, landlords, commercial tenants, investors and individuals.
In recent years, governmental entities, including the city of Omaha, have passed laws directed at landlords and property owners. Sherrets Bruno & Vogt, LLC, has represented individual landlords and groups of landlords protecting landlords’ rights to due process. Challenging unfair regulation requires attorneys who are knowledgeable about regulations affecting landlords and the constitutional ramifications and who have experience pursuing litigating constitutional questions. Attorneys at Sherrets Bruno & Vogt have the necessary experience and expertise to advise you on landlord rights.
Restrictive covenants are rules and regulations that property owners are required to follow. Almost every modern residential development has restrictive covenants enforced by its homeowners’ association. Failure to follow the covenants can result in fines or an order limiting the use of your property. The attorneys at Sherrets Bruno & Vogt have successfully enforced covenants to protect the land from development and represented individual homeowners challenging unequal enforcement of property covenants. If you have an issue with property covenants, Sherrets Bruno & Vogt can advise you of your rights
The power of eminent domain allows a governmental entity to take your property for the use of the government or a private entity if the use is for the public good. There are specific statutory steps that must be followed to challenge a governmental entity’s determination of the value of the property being taken. Attorneys at Sherrets Bruno & Vogt have decades of experience in handling disputes overvalue and other issues related to eminent domain and can advise you of all your options if you’ve received notice that part or all of your property is being taken.
Other property disputes we handle include environmental impact, easements, condemnation, inverse condemnation, eminent domain, restrictive covenant disputes, adverse possession, planning and zoning issues, specific performance and contractor liens.
Experienced Real Property Litigators
The broad scope of our real estate litigation experience allows us to bring an extra element to our practice. Our lawyers are assertive advocates, good communicators, and inventive problem-solvers.
Bring your real property problem to us, and we will give you a candid assessment of the situation.