Luxury Ocean Front Home Purchase

By Jack Erdos


Adam Leitman Bailey, P.C.’s client wanted to purchase a luxury beach front house on the Atlantic Ocean. The client’s main concern was to ensure he had beach access and a private beach area in the rear of his home. As this was right after Hurricane Sandy, the sand and beach access to the home was minimal and the erosion of the shore line had left the client with about 10 feet of private access. This limited beach area caused a legal and financial issue to our client.

Our team of attorneys was able to research the law of riparian rights, as well as handle due diligence on the property and the beach area. We were able to investigate the town records and attend various town meetings to learn what the towns’ plan was for the beach rebuilding in the future was to be.

ALBPC learned that the Federal government was going to spend millions of dollars to replenish the sand and extend the beach area out for all the towns benefit. ALBPC’s client was able to purchase in confidence with our help. Today, the house has increased value and safety from the ocean waters due to the increased coastal build-up by the government.

Adam Leitman Bailey, P.C.’s due diligence and contract negotiations were key to a successful transaction.

Related Attorneys

Jack Erdos

Related Content

“We are finally at the point in time when I can say thank you so much for your phenomenal work. Your faith in this case was wise and the outcome matches.” “Hard work and risk pays off for closing” “ROCKSTAR. That’s what you are…Jackie…How can I thank you enough for all the work you have done…” Adam Leitman Bailey, P.C. Prevails at Traverse Hearing, Defeats Borrower’s Motion to Vacate and Dismiss, and Wins Judgment for Lender ALBPC Twice Saves Tenant’s Business from Certain Death ALBPC Releases Daughter, Mere Accommodation Signer on Lease, from Lease and Allows Her to Avoid Nonpayment Proceeding Adam Leitman Bailey, P.C. Gets $215K for Board after a Botched Common Charge Lien Foreclosure Adam Leitman Bailey, P.C.’s “Watershed Case” Changes Condominium Development Original Promissory Note Lost—Lender Satisfied UCC 3-804 and Entitled to Judgment Q&A: A Broken Shower Non-Disclosure Agreements Defend Against Fishing Expeditions Adam Leitman Bailey, P.C. Prevails at Traverse Hearing, Defeats Borrower’s Motion to Vacate and Dismiss, and Wins Judgment for Lender (Part I) Christopher Halligan Speaks to the New York State Bar Association on Jury Trials in Landlord – Tenant Proceedings Adam Leitman Bailey Lectures for New York State Bar Association on Easements, Adverse Possession and Arcane Laws to Overcoming Building Obstacles Adam Leitman Bailey Guest Lecturer at New York Law School’s Landlord-Tenant Class NYSBA – Removing Real Estate Development Obstacles: Zoning, Restrictive Covenants, Easements, Adverse Possession and Boundary Disputes

Adam Leitman Bailey, P.C.