For many Texans, knowledge of real estate begins and ends with the financed purchase of their personal residence. For simple needs like this, these Texans typically do not require more assistance than that offered by a licensed real estate agent.

Texans with business needs, on the other hand, understand that their needs are not simple and require more assistance than the typical real estate agent can offer. These Texans turn to Mosser Law, attorneys who can handle all aspects of the commercial real estate transaction, and who are prepared to litigate on their clients’ behalf if the deal turns sour.

Mosser Law is better able to represent your interests simply because the scope of an attorney’s authority to act is greater than that of a Real Estate Agent. Property interests are similar in this respect. Some interests in property, like the Fee Simple Absolute, give you the widest latitude to use property as you see fit. Others, like the Leasehold Interest, may cost you less to obtain but restrict you to uses approved of by the Fee Simple Owner, because the leasehold interest is a smaller interest than the Fee Simple. We call this concept the “bundle of sticks” because the whole bundle represents all of the interests, and each stick represents a small interest that can be sold, rented, leased, mined, or put to use in a variety of ways.

The attorneys at Mosser Law PLLC are acutely aware of the various interests in property that exist within Texas, and are prepared to assist you in obtaining or granting away the interests that you will need most for your business. We understand the oil and gas lease, the quintessential Texas Real Estate Transaction, and will work to ensure you the most favorable terms when negotiating such a lease.

Mosser Law’s expertise in real estate transactions also extends beyond the oil patch, and into the world of commercial real estate, where we can guide your business through syndication, acquire property, negotiate leases, assist with valuations, and otherwise ensure that your profits are maximized. Our lawyers will also assist you with tax issues that will crop up, as the local governments in Texas derive most of their revenue through taxation on real estate. When your business is ready to dispose of an interest, our tax lawyers can advise and recommend courses of action designed to reduce any Federal Taxes owed on the deal.

Finally, the attorneys at Mosser Law understand that real estate transactions do not always pan out the way you originally anticipated. We are prepared to protect your “bundle of sticks”, your rights in your property and will fight diligently for you in court, because real property is the only property that matters.

Practice Attorneys

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James C. Mosser

James Mosser has been practicing as a lawyer since his graduation from Texas Wesleyan in 1994. James brings a lifetime of business and life experience to his work.

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Nicholas D. Mosser

Nicholas Mosser has been practicing since his admission to the State Bar of Texas in 2010. He advises clients on complex tax implications to meet their business goals.

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James C. Mosser

James Mosser has been practicing as a lawyer since his graduation from Texas Wesleyan in 1994. James brings a lifetime of business and life experience to his work.

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Nicholas D. Mosser

Nicholas Mosser has been practicing since his admission to the State Bar of Texas in 2010. He advises clients on complex tax implications to meet their business goals.

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