Real Estate and Land Use Litigationline

A Boston Attorney For Real Estate And Land Use Litigation

Real estate continues to occupy a large fraction of the budget for all individuals and businesses. Property and land use issues are especially significant in the New England hyperinflated real estate market.

SmithMcNeill PC in Boston assists clients with zoning and land use regulations, administrative approval processes and litigation involving the sale, acquisition, development or lease of real estate. Colin Smith understands that disputes involving land use or property can significantly delay business projects. He works to reach effective and cost-efficient resolutions during administrative proceedings. However, if a fair agreement cannot be reached through negotiation, Mr. Smith has the trial experience and resources necessary to produce positive results.

Representing A Broad Range Of Clients In A Variety Of Land Use Matters

Mr. Smith defends and prosecutes a variety of land real estate and land use disputes. He has represented developers, property owners, lease holders and other parties before regulatory agencies, planning boards and commissions or in disputes with other parties. Mr. Smith counsels clients regarding a wide range of land use issues, including:

  • Local, state and federal licenses and permits
  • Easements and rights-of-way
  • Construction litigation
  • Purchase and sale litigation
  • Variances and permits
  • Conditional use permits
  • Rezoning and local ordinance amendments
  • Private covenants and restrictions

Contact SmithMcNeill PC to schedule a consultation. You are assured of working with the same experienced lawyer from start to finish.

Civil Litigation Topics:

Estate Litigation
Real Estate and Land Use Litigation

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SmithMcNeill PC
10 Post Office Square
8th Floor South
Boston, MA 02109

Phone: 617-692-2917
Fax: 617-249-0633
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