LexisNexis Practice Guide: Minnesota Real Estate Litigation
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Be ready. For many clients, as owners or tenants, real estate issues can arise even in the context of a completely different matter. Be ready with practical guidance on issues that frequently arise in real estate litigation. For those who do real estate litigation every day, this guide is written to help you so that you can give your clients the benefit of expertise in addition to your own. Practical tips, warnings, analysis, and forms are included in this convenient one-volume guide.
Don’t overlook an important statute. The practical analysis in The LexisNexis Practice Guide: Minnesota Real Estate Litigation includes Chapter 8, IDENTIFYING AND LITIGATING OWNERSHIP AND OTHER INTERESTS IN LAND. Use it as a valuable checklist of state statutes that could get overlooked but should be considered.
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Table of Contents
Land Use and Zoning Litigation - Ch. 1
Landlord-Tenant Litigation - Ch. 2
Actions to Quiet Title and for Removal of Liens - Ch. 3
Eminent Domain and Inverse Condemnation - Ch. 4
Enforcement of Real Estate Security Interests—Including Foreclosure - Ch. 5
Partition Actions - Ch. 6
Condominium and Community Association Litigation - Ch. 7
Identifying and Litigating Ownership and Other Interests in Land Laws- Ch. 8