Slander of Title
A group of torts recognized collectively as “injurious falsehoods” are often interchangeably called slander of title, disparagement of property, or trade libel. Slander of title is generally defined as the wrongful, intentional and malicious disparagement of vendibility of title to real property. This may involve, for example, the wrongful placement of a lis pendens upon real property.
If a party slanders title to your property, it may adversely affect your ability to use and dispose of your real property as you desire. The attorneys at Schecter Law are well equipped in slander of title issues and are fully prepared to advise you in finding creative and cost-effective solutions to your slander of title issues.
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