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Henry N. Pharr III

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Henry Pharr concentrates on real property and landlord/tenant litigation, real estate purchase sale negotiations, lease drafting and negotiation, commercial and residential real estate practice disputes and general commercial litigation.

For 22 years, Henry has been actively engaged in negotiating, modifying and litigating leases involving retail, industrial, office and residential properties. He maintains a pro bono practice, which includes landlord/tenant work for Mecklenburg County Legal Aid. In 2014, Henry was certified by the N.C. Dispute Resolution Committee as a superior court mediator.

Representative clients include:

The Allen Tate Company, AmCap Corporation, American Asset Corporation, Avision Young, Beacon Partners, The Bell-Moore Group, Carlson Real Estate, CBRE, Childress Klein, CIP Real Estate, Collett & Associates, Colliers International, Crosland Southeast, Cushman & Wakefield, Divaris Real Estate, East Group, Eastern Federal Corporation, Equity One, Foundry Commercial, Grubb Properties, JLL, Kuester Real Estate Services, Lamar Companies, Lat Purser & Associates, Lincoln Harris, Mohr Partners, Newmark Grubb Knight Frank, The Nichols Company, Starwood Capital Group, Trinity Partners and Ziff Properties.

Phone (704) 716-0835
Fax (704) 714-7935

 

Practices

Education

J.D., University of North Carolina School of Law, 1993

B.A., Political Science, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1988, Morehead Scholar

Admissions

North Carolina, 1993

U.S. District Court for the Western District of North Carolina
U.S. District Court for the Middle District of North Carolina
U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of North Carolina

N.C. Court of Appeals

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