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Real Estate & Land Use


The Gregory, Doyle, Calhoun & Rogers, LLC Real Estate & Land Use practice group provides experienced and sophisticated legal counsel with respect to all real estate, land use and transaction issues.


Real Estate Litigation
Gregory Doyle’s attorneys have more than 60 significant years of combined experience in real estate-related litigation. Our attorneys have represented individuals, companies and local and state governments throughout Georgia on real estate-related disputes and lawsuits. Our vast experience and team approach allow us to provide experienced and sophisticated advice with regard to the following:

    • Title insurance claim matters
    • Boundary line disputes
    • Quiet title actions
    • Restrictive covenant enforcement and disputes
    • Zoning, re-zoning and permitting appeals
    • Condemnation//Eminent domain acquisitions
    • Real estate tax appeals
    • Contract disputes
    • Landlord tenant
    • Commercial leasing disputes


Real Estate Closings

    • Commercial and residential title examinations
    • Right-of-way title examinations
    • Title clearance
    • Residential closings
    • Commercial closings
    • Right-of-way acquisitions
    • SBA commercial transactions
    • 7A closings
    • 504 closings
    • Drafting purchase and sale agreements and leases


Land Use and Zoning
Gregory Doyle’s Land Use and Zoning Practice group represents individual property owners, as well as local city and county governments on a variety of land use and zoning matters. The depth and breadth of our experience and team approach allow us to provide experienced and sophisticated legal advice with regard to the following:

    • Drafting zoning
    • Challenging re-zoning
    • Ordinances regarding signage and billboards
    • Liquor licensing and business permits
    • Code enforcement and compliance
    • Variances
    • Condemnation litigation

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Our Attorneys

Jeffrey N. Gaba

Richard W. Calhoun

C. George Kleeman, IV

David Hammock


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