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DC’s changing landscape leads to many neighbor disputes Featured

Thursday, 15 March 2018

The District of Columbia’s landscape is changing, often leading to disputes between neighbors. Many rowhouses are being razed, renovated, and expanded, creating younger and more expensive neighborhoods. But these projects also present unique legal and engineering issues. Often, DC homeowners are forced to hire professionals to deal with zoning, crane-swing and underpinning agreements, and insurance and indemnity issues. McManus & Felsen LLP has handled a number of these cases recently and is experienced in working with government agencies, such as the Department of Consumer & Regulatory Affairs (DCRA). For more information about handling disputes between neighbors, contact Joe McManus.

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