Property owners often ask us whether open violations on the property will frustrate the owner's ability to sell the property. In most cases the violations, judgments and liens will need to be corrected or satisfied prior to closing on the sale of the property. You should know that here on Long Island the various municipalities or often very strict with respect to correcting violations. A qualified real estate attorney can assist you in correcting violations and clearing judgments and liens. In certain cases, it may be necessary or desirable to sell the property with the violations, judgments or liens; however, the transaction is much more involved. If your property is encumbered by these title issues you should consult a qualified real estate attorney.\r\n\r\nIf you have violations on your home and are trying to sell the property, contact our experienced Real Estate Attorneys.