CONNECTICUT REAL ESTATE LAWYER, CLOSING ATTORNEY
Peter Rotatori, Jr. of The Rotatori Law Firm, is an experienced Connecticut real estate lawyer, closing attorney, title searcher and title examiner with over 48 years of real estate closing experience. Attorney Rotatori can provide you with the legal advice and services you need to buy or sell a residential home, condominium, town house, building lot, time share or commercial business property.
Issues that will come up flowing out of a real estate transaction may include such topics as deed encumbrances, fraud or material misrepresentations on the physical condition of the real estate as disclosed, real estate contract performance,real estate contract time to close, damages for not timely closing, mortgage conditions, legal description issues, property survey issues or breaches in zoning ordinance use. Attorney Peter Rotatori, Jr. can assist you with these legal issues if they do arise as a result of a real estate transaction.
The Rotatori Law Firm real estate services include, but are not limited to, home buyer representation, seller representation, commercial sales and purchases, contract review, title searching, deed preparation, encumbrance review, mortgage closing / owner refinance / pay-off, tax analysis and title insurance.
Real Estate Title Examination & Connecticut Civil Legal Actions
The Rotatori Law Firm may also have to conduct a title search when one of our clients has been injured due to the negligence of another.
Often, in the field of personal injury, a defendant may negligently cause damages that exceed available insurance proceeds. This can happen in a slip and fall injury or in an automobile accident case.
There are some civil personal injury cases where there may be no insurance proceeds available to pay a damage claim caused by the negligence of another. A negligent homowner who has not paid homeowners insurance resulting in a cancelled homowners insurance policy, a dog bite homeowner's policy that excludes coverage for all dogs or specific dogs, a homeowner's policy that excludes coverage for backyard trampoline injuries or a bar that fails to carry dram shop insurance coverage are some examples of this. When this happens, a title search may have to be done to determine if the defendant has sufficient assets to satisfy a personal injury judgment.
Often The Rotatori Law Firm can secure a prejudgment remedy by seeking a prejudgment attachment on real estate to secure a judgment that may be obtained at a later date after the case proceeds to trial and eventually judgment. A title search is performed on real property owned by the defendant to help secure a prejudgment remedy or "PJR" as it is called either at the time suit is filed or immediately thereafter.
As an experienced title examiner, Attorney Peter Rotatori Jr. will conduct a title examination and the Rotatori Law Firm will secure a PJR on behalf of an injured plaintiff where circumstances in the case warrant this procedure.This is not something to be taken lightly and is only done to protect the injured plaintiff making sure that the negligent defendant adequately pays proper monetary compensation.
Call Peter Rotatori, Jr. at
203 264 3313 at The Rotatori Law Firm if you need a real estate contract reviewed, real estate representation for a purchase or sale of a home or a mortgage refinance.
Attorney Peter Rotatori, Jr. practices real estate law in the following Connecticut New Haven County cities and towns: Ansonia, Beacon Falls, Bethany, Branford, Cheshire, Derby, East Haven, Guilford, Hamden, Madison, Meriden, Middlebury, Milford, Naugatuck, New Haven, North Branford, North Haven, Orange, Oxford, Prospect, Seymour, Southbury, Wallingford, Waterbury, West Haven, Wolcott and Woodbridge.