Property ownership – legal problems

The real estate law is regulated in many acts and may apply to many different situations, sometimes not directly related to each other. One of the main sources of real estate law is the Civil Code, where we can refer to matters related to the sale, use or leasing of real estate. Matters that often end up in court are cases involving the abolition of co-ownership of real estate, which usually ends with the decision of the court that awards the disputed property to one person, with the simultaneous repayment of the other co-owners.

Many cases also concern disputes regarding lease and tenancy agreements. Unfortunately, the common problem and the pain of the landlords are the unprofitable tenants who are in arrears with payments for rent or they do not care for the landlord’s property. Matters referred to above often result in the application to the court of lawsuits for ordering to leave and empty the premises, i.e. evictions.

Other matters are matters of easement, which are inseparably connected with the law, most often the easement of a personal apartment, the necessary path, or transmission.

For the above issues, a solicitor can provide relevant explanations, not only as to the legal situation of the property itself, but also what steps the owner or co-owner of the property can take, waiting to settle the matter.