LexisNexis Practice Guide: Michigan Real Estate Litigation
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LexisNexis Practice Guide: Michigan Real Estate Litigation is the source for in-depth practical guidance on the most significant issues currently of interest to Michigan real estate litigators. Each chapter in the Practice Guide reflects the keen legal analysis and practical insights of seasoned Michigan practitioners.
Containing over 300 practice tips and more than 50 forms and checklists, this task-oriented guide to the critical issues in real estate litigation provides succinct, easily accessible, comprehensive, authoritative analysis and solutions in the following areas:
Public Works Bonding Litigation
Public Works Bonds for Michigan Department of Transportation Projects
Restrictive Covenants Litigation
Litigation Concerning Boundary Lines
Eminent Domain Concepts and Procedures and Trial Advocacy
Real Estate Security Devices
Judicial Foreclosure of Mortgages and Land Contracts
Assignment of Rents
Real Property Receiverships
Forfeiture of Land Contracts
Application of Laches to Both Legal and Equitable Claims
Statute of Limitations Implications of Laches
Concepts Underlying Mineral Rights
Pooling of Mineral Interests
Common Disputes Between Mineral Lessees and Lessors
Disputes Between Mineral Operators
Riparian Surface Use Rights
Title to Riparian Bottomlands
Boundary Disputes Involving Riparian Property
Riparian Access and Use Disputes
Riparian Disputes with Public
Challenging Action by State and Federal Entities Affecting Riparian Property
Authored by practitioners at the forefront of Michigan real estate litigation, this practice guide distills their legal expertise and practical experience on the key topics currently being litigated in Michigan.
Chapter 1. Adverse Possession, Trespass and Nuisance Litigation – James R. Bruinsma, McShane Bowie
Chapter 2. Construction Litigation – James Case, Dykema Gossett
Chapter 3. Easements/Restrictive Covenants/Boundary Lines – Sara G. Lachman, Miller Johnson
Chapter 4. Eminent Domain – H. Adam Cohen and Jason Long, SPC
Chapter 5. Foreclosure – Scott Lesser and Michel E. Moore, Miller Canfield
Chapter 6. Laches – Stanley Stek and Andrew Blum, Miller Canfield
Chapter 7. Mineral Rights – Lance Zoerhof, Warner, Norcross and Judd
Chapter 8. Riparian Rights – Thomas Amon and Brian Lang, Warner, Norcross and Judd
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Table of contents
Chapter 1 Adverse Possession, Trespass and Nuisance Litigation
Chapter 2 Construction Litigation
Chapter 3 Easements/Restrictive Covenants/Boundary Lines
Chapter 4 Eminent Domain
Chapter 5 Foreclosure
Chapter 6 Laches
Chapter 7 Mineral Rights
Chapter 8 Riparian Rights