Role of a Real Estate Lawyer
A real estate lawyer may perform a number of critical functions. He or she can review contracts to determine if there are any potential risks included in them that the client is unaware of. Additionally, he or she can ensure that certain provisions are included in real estate contracts to protect the client’s interests. He or she may help prepare contracts related to the purchase or sale of residential or commercial real estate. Additionally, a lawyer can review or draft potential contracts related to restrictive covenants, easements, buyback provisions or leases.