Land Disputes, Easements & Lien Priority Claims

Our attorneys author the property interests, easements, lien priorities and secured transactions chapters in the Miller & Starr, California Real Estate 4th treatise.

These chapters have been cited numerous times in appellate cases, often making law. This area includes matters such as lien priority contests, foreclosure and other enforcement of secured interests in real estate, interpretation and enforcement of deeds, easements and other real property interests, and disputes relating to purchase and sale agreements and option rights. We have significant experience trying cases involving these issues because they are within our core focus. Landowners, developers, banks, borrowers and public entities regularly rely on us to represent them in these areas.

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Miller Starr Regalia (MSR), a preeminent California real estate law firm for more than 50 years, announced today that for the 11th consecutive year it has been named by U.S. News – Best Lawyers®  a Tier 1 law firm in the Oakland metropolitan area for three practice areas -- commercial litigation, land use and zoning law, and real estate law.