Bowles Rice LLP

Real Estate Department

West Virginia
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Overview

Bowles Rice represents clients in all aspects of real estate law, including both residential and commercial, as well as land use and development.  Our attorneys have negotiated and drafted documents relating to the construction, management, financing and operation of real estate projects, including grading and other improvement contracts, contracts with architects, engineers and other consultants; contracts with governmental agencies concerning the entitlement and improvement of projects; and, agreements with other developers and owners concerning matters of mutual interest, covenants, conditions and restrictions, easement agreements and management agreements.

Bowles Rice offers experienced counsel in an array of areas, such as planning, zoning and other land use matters, including compliance with state and federal sales registration requirements. Our knowledge in general land use and development allows us to work with both large and small developers in a variety of projects ranging from industrial and commercial ventures to residential projects, including apartment complexes and condominiums.

Our real estate services include both complex and simple purchase and sale transactions and related financing arrangements; litigation matters involving real estate or mineral lease and contract preparation; title examinations; and, other issues generated by the energy and natural resources industries.

Members

London, Eric (Head of Department)

Bragg, Jeremy

Cook, Kayla

D'Antoni, Mark

Dollison, Charles

Frankovitch, Taylor

Godwin, Amanda

Kent, Ryan

Mathias, Stephen M

McCune, James

Riley, Christopher

Summers, Audrie

Wilson, C. Seth

Industries

Certified Title Opinions

Litigation