Real property law is dedicated to all aspects of the use of land. Real property law provides the guidelines for real estate sales and leasing. The law dictates how a landowner can use the property, whether through zoning restrictions, covenants found in the chain of title, or other regulations. In addition, the government can exercise its powers of “eminent domain” to take property from private citizens, so long as it offers reasonable compensation for the taking.
The Kendo Law Difference:
Kendo Law represents parties to real estate transactions. Tom Kendo has been the Chair of the Real Property Committee of the Dayton Bar Association many times, and he has a robust real estate practice. Tom advises individuals and businesses in the management of the risks in real property sales and leases. He drafts and records all varieties of real estate conveyances, including deeds, mortgages, and easements. Our lawyers have receivership experience, both managing receivers and acting as receiver. We represent real estate agents with respect to commissions and professional issues. We counsel parties on land use issues, including zoning.