Smith Alling assists and represents clients on a range of land use subjects and issues, including those involving the Growth Management Act, comprehensive planning, development regulations and zoning, and the Shoreline Management Act. Our representation includes involvement at various stages, including the adoption and revision of regulations and rules, permit issuance, and plan adoptions and appeals. We also are involved in historical preservation and historic district matters.
In our real estate practice, we represent residential homeowners, developers, commercial owners, tenants, investors, lenders, and businesses in the acquisition, use, development, construction, financing, sale, and leasing of real property
Our office represents a number of homeowner associations and deals with disputes involving bylaws and Covenants, Conditions, and Restrictions (CC&R). Whether a fighting to enforce a lien or providing general counsel advice to a homeowners association, our office can handle all issues related to the very common problem of homeowners association disputes.
We also handle condominium-related litigation, including lawsuits related to the construction or maintenance of a condominium, including condominium defect litigation.
We have experience working as in-house counsel for South Sound developers, and are familiar with planning, zoning,and development requirements, zoning and the regulations associated with such areas of law. We have litigated numerous cases associated with real property.
Our office is equipped to advise clients on structuring, planning, and adequately documenting real estate transactions.