Real Estate Law and Development


Common real estate transactions include buying, selling, leasing, financing, gifting, granting or acquiring access and utilities easements, subdividing and developing property, and granting conservation easements. Real estate transactions and the use of property are governed by an extensive body of federal, state and local laws which address the right to own, possess, use and/or dispose of land, the relations between adjacent property owners and among owners in a common interest community, and relations between landlords and tenants.

The attorneys at Law of the Rockies provide representation and counsel for all aspects of real estate law from negotiating and drafting contracts, deeds, leases, deeds of trust, restrictive covenants, and condominium declarations, to representing clients before planning commissions and other bodies, to litigating title, ownership and easement disputes.


The information you obtain at this site is not, nor is it intended to be, legal advice. You should consult an attorney for individual advice regarding your own situation.

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