Real Estate

Civil Litigation

FLEMING LAW OFFICES | JIM FLEMING, ATTORNEY | OFFICE PHONE: 763-291-4011



Real estate law is a complex combination of statutory pronouncements, appellate court decisions and administrative rules and regulations that can be confusing even for the lawyers who practice regularly in this area of the law. No attorney can adequately master such a huge volume of laws and regulations without constantly updating and reviewing existing regulations and changes that occur to established laws and regulations from time to time.


Some of these issues require resolution in the courts, however many involve discussions and negotiations with administrative agencies, while some involve merely the creation of legal documents capable of effectuating the intent and wishes of the owners or purchasers.


In each case, a thorough understanding of the facts involved in the controversy or transaction must be coupled with a through understanding the laws and regulations that impact the property and/or transactions involved.


Jim Fleming has been involved in real estate practice since 1984, and has, over the intervening years, handled numerous cases involving litigation and trial of many of these issues, as well a discussions and negotiation with administrative and regulatory agencies in a number of greater Minnesota locations and the Metro areas, in order to achieve the goals of his clients. 



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Serving clients with legal representation in Wright County, Sherburne County, Stearns County, Anoka County, Ramsey County, the Minneapolis area of Hennepin County and greater Minnesota.

JAMES B. FLEMING – ATTORNEY at LAW – MONTICELLO, MN

Fleming Law Offices 763-291-4011

FLEMING LAW OFFICES, P.A. – Attorney Jim Fleming PO Box 1569, Monticello, MN 55362Office: 763-291-4011

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     Real estate matters handled by

     attorneys commonly involve the

     following issues:


           • Boundary disputes

           • Easement disputes

           • Land use, planning and zoning

           • Real estate sales, and like-kind exchanges

           • Title investigations, title defects,

                and quiet title actions

           • Hazardous waste contamination

                and remediation

           • Construction defects or defects

                in existing structures

           • Commercial real estate and leasing

           • Landlord and tenant

           • Residential and pets

           • Homeowners association

           • Home for sale by owner