REAL PROPERTY & LAND DISPUTES | Declaratory Judgment
Declaratory judgment dispute? I am a Montana real estate lawyer
Montana has a Uniform Declaratory Judgments Act that allows persons to ask a court to declare her (or his) rights, status, or legal relations under statutes, deeds, contracts, and certain other writings and also to have a court determine questions of construction or validity.
In real property disputes, declaratory judgment can be a powerful way to resolve disputes including, for example, the validity, scope, and location of easements; the validity, interpretation, and effect of restrictive covenants; and the specific real property conveyed in or excluded from a deed.
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