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KENNETH J. MACKSOUD, Esq.

Real Estate Law

Having trouble paying property taxes, is a neighbor infringing on your land, do you need to Quit Claim a piece of real estate? Have you found yourself in an eminent domain fight?

Our office can assist you in legal matters related to property and real estate, from sale transactions to disputes between parties. We can help clients with deeds, property taxes, estate planning, zoning, and titles and evictions of tenants. We can prepare leases both commercial and residential.

Give our office a call for help with home sales; property transfers by wills, inheritance or gifts; property taxes; valuations; special or local assessments; building and safety code compliance; zoning; home construction; land acquisition; environmental regulation; easements, licenses, permits and variances; utilities; vacation or second homes; mortgages and home improvement loans; homeowners and hazard insurance; and legal document execution.

EXPERIENCE MATTERS

     Kenneth J. Macksoud represents a wide range of clients from individuals to international sureties and construction companies. Taking pride in the results he obtains for all. His extensive experience enables Kenneth to provide superior resolution of simple and common issues to the most complex of conflicts in the area of real estate law.

Commercial, Residential,  Landlord  & Tenant Law

  Our attorney services represent landlords and tenants alike in lease negotiations and lease disputes, for commercial properties.

     Whether the parties are negotiating a commercial lease or disputing the terms of an existing agreement, both sides have specific rights and obligations that must be considered. In determining each respective parties’ rights and obligations, disputes often arise. In these situations, an experienced landlord/tenant attorney can be a crucial advisor and negotiator.

     Kenneth represents clients in the negotiation, drafting, and execution of commercial leases with an emphasis on attempting to prevent later lease disputes. If disputes do arise, however, we work diligently to protect our clients’ rights in scenarios involving, unpaid rent, abandonment, property damage, security deposit disputes, or failure to conduct repairs.

      Ken also navigates clients through Rhode Island statutes that regulate different parts of the landlord/tenant relationship. In connection with commercial leases, specifically, we also work to resolve disputes related to CAM charges (Common Area Maintenance), build-out, easements, facility usage, signage and security matters.

We know how to advise our clients in advance to protect their rights and remedies and how to enforce those rights and remedies if the need should arise.