Connecticut Land Use Compliance And Litigation Attorneys
Defending communities against land use lawsuits is part of our business at Regnier, Taylor, Curran & Eddy of Hartford. In recent years, with the downturn in construction, companies in trouble have filed claims against cities and school districts to recoup losses. Many cities have banded together under CIRMA (Connecticut Interlocal Risk Management Agency), and we work with CIRMA members to defend against land use suits.
Our firm is uniquely positioned to guide you through this labyrinth and to defend your interests. We have been representing municipalities and developers in land use regulations and litigation for decades. Our lawyers have represented cities, counties, builders, developers, property owners, property abutters and neighborhood associations.
Developments have included every kind of commercial and residential development: residential subdivisions, affordable housing projects, retail stores, malls and mini-malls, restaurants, nonprofit operations and residential facilities. We have successful experience complying with environmental regulations involving wetlands and Title V issues.
Hartford Land Use Compliance and Litigation Attorneys
Our approach with developers is to identify the requirements at every level and to assist clients in meeting those requirements quickly and cost-effectively. We help by:
- Identifying and complying with all application requirements
- Obtaining appropriate permits and variances, including right to build
- Drafting and filing all documentation accurately and in a timely manner
- Obtaining site plan approval from relevant bodies
Land use issues don’t end with compliance. Lawsuits frequently occur in large projects, and Regnier, Taylor, Curran & Eddy is there to assist with litigation when necessary. We have abundant experience in state and federal courts and at the appellate level.
We address such disputes as breach of contract, nuisance claims, easements and rights of way, disputed transactions, adverse possession, quieting title and the need for injunctive or declaratory relief.
For more information, call our Connecticut land use litigation attorneys at 860-249-9121 or write to us using this online form.