If you are a Minnesota property owner whose property suffers from a title defect, Rob Shainess can help. Rob has helped clients resolve a wide range of Minnesota title disputes. He represents Minnesota property owners in “quiet title” and “slander of title” claims in Minnesota state and federal courts. Rob also represents lenders to resolve discrepancies in the title to mortgaged property. Rob understands the nuanced differences between Minnesota’s abstract and Torrens property systems, and puts that knowledge to work for his clients.
Rob’s representative title dispute experience:
- Representing clients to resolve disputes about priority. Rob has handled many disputes about priority of title. Whether your issue involves the priority of a deed, mechanic’s lien, mortgage, easement, or any other interest in property, Rob can help you resolve the title defect.
- Protecting a commercial property owner against a federal tax lien foreclosure. Rob represented a commercial property owner against a federal tax lien foreclosure in federal court. Rob successfully defended his client’s priority interest in the property.
- Defeating a tenant’s claim to own an equitable interest in commercial property. Rob defended a commercial property owner against a tenant’s claim to own an equitable interest in the property. Rob and his team took the case all the way to trial, where they proved that the tenant had no ownership right in the property.
- Protecting a residential property owner against a fraudulent residential mortgage. Rob successfully represented a Minnesota property owner in court to invalidate a mortgage that was fraudulently recorded. In addition to invalidating the mortgage, Rob won damages and attorneys’ fees for his client.
Call Rob today for a free consultation about your title dispute.