Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn, PLLC provides experienced legal services for those people who are interested in developing real estate for residential subdivisions. We serve Hennepin County and other local areas. Subdivision law is the legal term used to describe the division and development of an area of land. It can be as small as a single lot or a larger tract or parcel of land that is then divided into as few as two lots. Larger areas of land, of course, can be subdivided into many dozens or hundreds of lots. The legal definition also defines that the purpose of a subdivision, as covered by subdivision law, is to sell, lease, or further develop the lots contained in the subdivision.
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Most home purchases are fairly simple to complete. But there are also times when it is helpful to ask the question, “Should I Hire a Lawyer for a Purchase Agreement?” The differences between something that is simple and a process that is easy is perfectly illustrated by purchasing a home. While Minnesota does not mandate that home buyers hire a lawyer, the mountain of paperwork that must be signed to complete a home purchase can be overwhelming to sellers and buyers who do not possess real estate law expertise. Read Full Post
One of the more common financial transactions in the United States is a real estate transaction. And like most things that involve an exchange of money, the associated processes can be extremely complicated. But because our society values making such transactions available to most people, many people who engage in real estate transactions do not have the legal background to be able to complete the process on their own. Therefore, services like those provided by Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn Law Firm of Coon Rapids, MN are necessary and important. Read Full Post
One rule of thumb when you are considering whether or not to hire a real estate attorney is that it is almost always advisable to hire an attorney for real estate matters that require knowledge that lay people do not have. Real estate transactions can be complicated and making a mistake can cost you financially. For example, in Minnesota, real estate transactions and closing documents must be carefully prepared and collated and a real estate attorney must be present to finalize the closing process. Read Full Post
If you own a rental property in Minnesota and want to hold the title to that property, it is important to know that you have options. Holding the title to any property—rental or otherwise—can be complicated and you may need legal support to ensure that your rights are protected. The legal team at Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn Law specializes in all types of real estate law and has a specific expertise in rental property. Rentsl Property concerns are title holding, as well as lease agreements and eviction notices and proccedings. Read Full Post
Eminent domain is the term used to describe the government’s right to seize privately owned property to used for the public good. If you have received notice from your county government that it intends to seize your property for payment, it is likely that you are feeling inconvenienced, perhaps even blindsided and overwhelmed. In the event that you have received such a notice, you should know first that you have rights. You have the right to argue your case before the court, and if this is the route you choose to take, it is in your best interest to have legal representation that inspires confidence.
Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn understands Minnesota law as it pertains to eminent domain and we can help you
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