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Real Estate Law Great Falls MT

Real estate law deals with legal codes pertaining to commercial and residential property. Real estate and real property are usually accepted as synonymous and are differentiated from personal property, or chattel. Fixtures, such as houses or buildings which are permanently attached to land are considered par of real property and are governed by real estate law. Trees, minerals, and other permanent structures also fall under these regulations as well as the benefits and rights that they bestow upon the owner of the property.

Wayne E. Linnell
(406) 453-4500
300 4th Street North
Great Falls, MT
 
Ted Corontzos
(406) 268-1000
414 Davidson Building, 8 Third Street North
Great Falls, MT
 
Keith Tokerud
(406) 727-2200
414 Montana Building, P.O. Box 1484
Great Falls, MT
 
Robert M. Kampfer
(406) 727-9540
613 Strain Building, 410 Central Avenue, P.O. Box 1946
Great Falls, MT
 
Jon S. McCarty
(406) 727-2200
414 Montana Building, P.O. Box 1484
Great Falls, MT
 
Kirk D. Evenson
(406) 268-1000
414 Davidson Building, 8 Third Street North
Great Falls, MT
 
K. Dale Schwanke
(406) 727-5000
Seventh Floor, U.S. Bank Building, 300 Central Avenue, P.O. Box 2269
Great Falls, MT
 
Timothy J. Wylder
(406) 727-5000
Seventh Floor, U.S. Bank Building, 300 Central Avenue, P.O. Box 2269
Great Falls, MT
 
Donald J. Hamilton
(406) 727-5000
Seventh Floor, U.S. Bank Building, 300 Central Avenue, P.O. Box 2269
Great Falls, MT
 
Brion C. Lindseth
(406) 727-5000
Seventh Floor, U.S. Bank Building, 300 Central Avenue, P.O. Box 2269
Great Falls, MT