Also referred to as the HUD Full Disclosure Act, the Interstate Land Sales Full Disclosure Act of 1968 was designed to protect consumers from fraud and abuse in transactions involving the sale or lease of land.
Under the act, developments of a certain size had to be registered with the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). It also required the developer to give each prospective owner a property report prior to the signing of any purchase agreement or contract. The property report is a disclosure document that provides relevant information about the lot the person was intending to buy.
A developer's failure to comply with any portion of the act can become extremely important in the event that a dispute arises. The discovery of non-compliance on the part of the developer can give the property owner considerable leverage in the matter. These are complex legal issues, and having a reliable real estate disputes lawyer representing you can help to ensure that your interests are protected.
The Right Experience for Your Case
The Fairfax Interstate Land Sales Act attorneys at the law firm of Surovell Isaacs Petersen & Levy have been involved in, and won, some of the most prominent cases involving the Interstate Land Sales Act. We represented the plaintiffs in Nahigian v. Juno-Loudoun, LLC, which yielded the largest award for any case of its kind in Virginia.
While past results cannot guarantee future success, our record shows that we have the ability and the commitment to handle any land dispute claim. Our attorneys have handled cases involving a broad range of complex legal issues in these cases, including fraud and misrepresentation. No matter what type of dispute you may be facing, you can rely on us to pursue every available option in an effort to secure the best possible result.
Speak To One of Our Loudoun County Land Sale Disputes Attorneys Today
We understand how overwhelming it can be to be involved in a dispute with a large corporation that operates in its own best interests rather than those of its customers. The attorneys at Surovell Isaacs Petersen & Levy are prepared to guide you through this challenging process, constantly working to see that your rights are protected. Contact our office today to schedule an initial consultation. You can reach us by phone at 703-648-8279 or simply contact us online.