Hirst Applegate has significant experience in all aspects of real estate matters, including purchase and sale, financing, development, landlord-tenant, foreclosure, and real estate related litigation. The firm has particular expertise in property development and construction; negotiation of conservation easements, surface leases and water rights; oil & gas matters (including representation of producers, royalty owners, and surface owners); and 1031 exchanges.
If a client is facing litigation, Hirst Applegate attorneys efficiently and effectively provide representation in all types of real estate related disputes and in all Wyoming courts, including judicial and non-judicial foreclosures, enforcement of contracts for deed, title and boundary disputes, breach of restrictive covenants, and breach of contracts relating to real estate.
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Partner Billie Addleman recently represented a real estate broker before the Wyoming Real Estate Commission (WREC). The client, a licensed broker, was the subject of a licensing complaint from another real estate broker arising from the client’s involvement in...read more