Caves & Caves, PLLC has been representing buyers and sellers in real estate closings for over 35 years. We have experience in every aspect of residential and commercial sales, acquisitions, financing, construction, land use and development. Whether you are buying or selling, you should consult with an attorney to make sure title is clear and marketable. We have experience in complex real estate issues and our practitioners can help with property line adjustments, entitlements, development agreements, review of title searches, and lien searches, preparing the deed, and preparing all real estate documents through closing. Real Estate law can take many forms and we can help you no matter how simple or complicated your case may be.
Caves & Caves, PLLC issues Title Insurance for First American Title Insurance Company and Mississippi Valley Title Insurance Company. We pride ourselves on being American Land Title Association “Best Practices” certified. We represent both insured and title insurers in connection with title insurance policies, endorsements, underwriting opinions and claims.
Sometimes clouds on title result from matters that could not be found in the public records or are not fully considered in the title search process. To help protect you in these events, it is recommended that you obtain an Owner’s Policy of Title Insurance to insure you against the most unforeseen problems.
Owner’s policy- based on the property’s total purchase price, protects only the home buyer’s interests in the property should a problem with the title arise. An owner’s policy will provide protection against ownership challenges, errors or omissions in deeds, mistakes in examining records, missed liens, forgery and undisclosed heirs, in addition to other problems that may arise. It is purchased for a one-time fee at closing and lasts as long as you or your heirs have an interest in the property.
Property laws come from the federal government, but most states establish their own real estate laws to fit the needs of the community. The real estate closing process is the final transaction of a land purchase, in which the following items are transferred from seller to buyer:
If you are about to close a property deal in Southern Mississippi, contact the attorneys at civil litigation law office Caves & Caves. We know and understand our state’s property laws and are experienced in handling all facets of closing issues, including:
Mississippi laws regulate property—land and structures on the land—that generate income. Commercial real estate includes:
Buying or selling a home is a large personal undertaking. Lawyers at Caves & Caves make sure that these important deals close smoothly. We handle several parts of the transaction, involving:
An easement allows a non-owner to use a particular piece of land for a specific purpose. Utility companies need easements to run power lines or sewer lines across private property for efficient service. If your company needs an easement to run your business, contact Caves & Caves, PLLC.
Contract law is a complex branch of civil litigation involving many areas of law. In real estate, contracts regulate the terms, actions, ownerships, and rights of all dealings with the property. Your lawyer should have experience drafting and reviewing property-related contracts in Mississippi and the Uniform Commercial Code.
Real estate litigation is the cornerstone of a property law closings practice. To protect your rights, your attorney must know how to review and edit contracts and also bring unjust circumstances to court. For experienced real estate litigators, contact the lawyers at Caves & Caves, PLLC for your next real estate endeavor.