The attorneys at Hanes & Bartels represent their clients’ interests in a vast array of land use matters. The firm’s experience includes the representation of clients before local governmental entities as well as Colorado’s trial and appellate courts.
In transactional matters, the firm assists individuals and companies in the purchase and sale of real estate whether it is a new home, vacant land, or a shopping center. The firm is also frequently involved in representing its clients’ interests before city and county officials and local homeowners’ association. Such engagements have encompassed issues ranging from zoning disputes, defending eminent domain proceedings, protecting access rights, and interfacing with architectural control committees and homeowners’ associations.
The firm also has substantial experience in the litigation of real estate disputes. Hanes & Bartels has tried cases involving access issues, fraudulent conveyances, competing easement rights, boundary conflicts, construction defects, lease disputes, partition actions, use and abandonment of public roads, and many other related matters. The firm’s experience includes numerous trials, both to judges and juries, and a substantial appellate practice before the Colorado Court of Appeals and Colorado Supreme Court.
Wilson v. Prentiss, 140 P.3d 288 (Colo. App. 2006)
Langlois v. Board of County Commissioners, 78 P.3d 1154 (Colo. App. 2003)
Beach v. Beach, 56 P.3d 1125 (Colo. App, 2002); rev’d. 74 P.3d 1 (Colo. 2003)
Martini v. Smith, 18 P.3d 776 (Colo. App. 2000); off’d. 42 P.3d 629 (Colo. 2003)
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