The Law Office of Shane Boasberg represents individuals and small businesses who are having legal issues with contractual disputes, breaches of fiduciary duty, and other business or real-estate related legal issues. It is important to be aware of the rights and remedies available in any situation where you are having a legal dispute with another party. An experienced attorney can explain the various aspects of commercial and real estate law in Texas, including specific situations where legal action may be appropriate. This information can help the firm’s clients make informed decisions and understand their rights when it comes to resolving any legal disputes.
It is also important to be aware of the rights and remedies available in case of a dispute or litigation. An experienced attorney can explain the various aspects of commercial or real estate law in Texas, including specific situations where legal action may be appropriate. This information can help parties make informed decisions and understand their rights when it comes to resolving any disputes. If you have any questions or need legal assistance with a business or real estate dispute, consider contacting The Law Offices of Shane M. Boasberg which is based in Austin, Texas, and proudly serves clients throughout Texas. Do not hesitate to contact us today for a consultation.
If you are an individual or business owner in Texas, it is important to be aware of the state’s breach of contract laws. A breach of contract occurs when one party fails to perform its obligations as outlined in the agreement. This can lead to costly legal disputes and financial damages. If you are engaged in a dispute over a breach of any agreement in which you suffered financial damages, it is important to seek legal assistance. The Law Office of Shane Boasberg represents individuals and businesses in breach of contract cases throughout Texas.
Who pays for the attorneys? The answer to this question can vary depending on the facts of each case. Generally, the party who breaches the contract is responsible for paying the other party’s legal fees. However, there are some exceptions to this rule. For example, if the breach was fraudulent or willful, the non-breaching party may be able to recover their legal fees from the breaching party. If you have any questions about attorney fees in a breach of contract case, please feel free to contact the Law Offices of Shane M. Boasberg.
Breach of fiduciary duty is a legal term that refers to the violation of a trust or confidence placed in someone by another person. This can happen when a fiduciary, such as a director of a company, breaches their duty to act in the best interests of the company or its shareholders. If you are involved in a legal dispute over a breach of a fiduciary duty, it is important to seek legal assistance. The Law Offices of Shane Boasberg represents individuals and businesses in breach of fiduciary duty cases throughout Texas.
If you are considering buying or selling a property in Texas, it is important to be aware of the real estate purchase and sale laws in the state. In general, both buyers and sellers are protected by the law in transactions involving property or real estate. However, certain rules and regulations must be followed by both the seller and the buyer. For example, both parties must provide full disclosure of any material facts related to the property, such as undisclosed issues, structural defects, or environmental hazards. Additionally, buyers must meet specific terms and conditions outlined in the purchase agreement, such as paying the agreed-upon purchase price. The seller must also take reasonable steps to ensure that all paperwork is properly completed and filed with the applicable authorities.
If either party fails to meet their legal obligations during the sale process, there may be grounds for legal recourse. Both buyers and sellers with legal questions should seek advice from an experienced attorney who understands Texas’ real estate laws to ensure that the transaction complies with all applicable regulations. This can help avoid any costly disputes over the sale of the property and can also provide both parties with peace of mind that their rights are fully protected by Texas law.
Texas has a robust eminent domain law that allows the government to acquire private property for public use. This process is often called condemnation. The government must first offer the property owner just compensation for their land and inform the property owner they have the right to challenge the amount of compensation offered. If the property owner does not agree to sell their land, the government can exercise its power of eminent domain and take it anyway. However, in Texas, landowners in Texas still have legal rights against the government. Landowners can contest the government’s appraisal and fight for ‘just compensation’ which is dictated by the ‘fair market value’ of the property at the time of the taking. Just compensation is first determined by a Special Commissioner’s hearing, and if the landowner objects to the Special Commissioner’s Award, then by a jury after a trial. The government can also be held responsible for other elements of damages, such as loss of access, damage to nearby properties, or business interruption.
The Eminent Domain process can often be contentious and stressful to the landowners. If you are a property owner who is facing eminent domain proceedings, it is important to seek legal assistance. The Law Office of Shane Boasberg represents individuals and businesses in eminent domain cases throughout Texas. With his extensive knowledge and employment experience at the Office of the Attorney General – Texas, Shane can help you get the resolution you deserve. Contact him today for a consultation.