The real estate attorneys in Cunningham Dalman’s Real Estate and Environmental Law Practice Group bring deep expertise to a wide variety of real property and environmental matters, in Holland and throughout the state of Michigan. Dealing in real estate can be complex, what with the seemingly endless web of laws and regulations. We can help you unravel that snarl, to ensure that your real estate holdings are protected and secure.

We help you negotiate transactions, draw up advantageous real estate contracts, and resolve disputes, giving you the best results possible. We also serve as environmental lawyers, doing our utmost to help you deal with environmental problems and avoid liabilities.

Experience in all areas of real property law

Our real estate attorneys have experience in all types of real estate contracts, and in all other areas of real property law. This means that we can assist you with:

Buying, Selling, and Leasing

  • Commercial, industrial, residential
  • Condominiums
  • Cottages and second homes
  • Purchase and sale agreements
  • Title review, inspections, and due diligence
  • Leases
  • Financing
  • Foreclosures
  • Insurance
  • 1031 like-kind exchanges
  • Easements
  • Land divisions

Condominium and Homeowners Associations

  • Restrictions and covenants
  • Assessments
  • Amendments
  • Elections

Environment and Natural Resources

  • Compliance and permitting
  • Contaminations, Brownfield protections
  • Wetlands
  • Floodplains
  • Sand dunes
  • High risk erosion areas
  • Oil, gas, and minerals

Construction and Development

  • Zoning and land use, including planned unit developments (PUDs), special uses, variances, and conditional rezoning
  • Construction agreements
  • Construction liens and waivers
  • Condominium documents
  • Land divisions and platting
  • Easements
  • Condemnation, eminent domain, takings
  • Road law

Great Lakes, Inland Lakes and Streams

  • Riparian rights
  • Water access
  • Beach rights

Boundary and Title Issues

  • Making sense of legal descriptions
  • Adverse possession and acquiescence
  • Problems with title

Property Taxes

  • Exemptions
  • Uncapping
  • Tax appeals
  • Incentives, Act 198, and Brownfield redevelopment