Residential and Commercial Landlord-Tenant Law 2011: Practical and Ethical Concerns

Saturday 11/12/2011 9:00 a.m. - 1:45 p.m.

Henry N. Pharr III will be speaking at a seminar hosted by the Mecklenburg County Bar. The topics will cover the substantive and procedural law of summary ejectment, expedited evictions, rules of construction, equitable defenses in private and subsidized housing, implied warranty of habitability, self-help eviction, liens on personal property, unfair and deceptive trade practices and fair housing act considerations. The program will include new developments in pertinent state and federal laws. Part 2 covers ethical issues in drafting leases, demands, negotiation and representation. There are 4.0 total hours of CLE credit (3.0 general and 1.0 ethics). The CLE is open to the first 40 registrants.

Mecklenburg County Bar Center - 438 Queens Road, Charlotte, NC 28207



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