Understanding And Resolving Boundary And Easement Issues

Laurence L. Hummer, A Law Corporation, advises and represents businesses and individuals in cases involving boundary and easement issues and controversies. Investigating the factual background of such a case requires meticulous scrutiny and extensive experience — qualifications that Mr. Hummer demonstrates regularly.

Resolution Through Investigation, Negotiations And Litigation

Lawyer Laurence L. Hummer skillfully evaluates access easements for a wide range of purposes as determined by clients' needs such as commercial tenants proposing installation of signage. He can advise on boundaries and easements as they relate to development and construction plans, utility and conservation issues, road and railroad matters, neighboring properties and title defects. He will bring a quiet title action boundary and easement complexities make it necessary for fulfillment of a purchase, sale or lease transaction.

Our Attorney Wrote The Book On This Topic (Part Of It, That Is)

Mr. Hummer has earned a reputation for his in-depth knowledge of easements and boundaries. He co-authored a chapter entitled "Boundary Easements and Neighboring Property Rights" for a well-known legal treatise, California Easements and Boundaries: Law and Litigation — a publication of Continuing Education of the Bar ("CEB") sponsored by the University of California and The State Bar of California. He has presented seminars for other legal professionals on real property boundary disputes and interpretation and litigation of how to evaluate easements.

Turn To Trusted, Knowledgeable Legal Counsel

Whether for a commercial lease or for purchase or sale of a commercial or residential property, understanding boundary and easement limitations and legal aspects is critical. Attorney Laurence L. Hummer is prepared to apply his knowledge of easements and boundaries in California real estate law to challenges — including litigation — presented by real estate clients throughout the Los Angeles area and beyond.

To schedule a consultation and case evaluation, call 310-438-6124 or send an email inquiry through this website.