North Law, P.C.

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North Law, P.C.

North Law, P.C. is a niche law firm devoted to the practice and representation of community association law, including property owners association, homeowners associations, and civic associations for single-family homes, townhomes, and condominiums.

Practice Areas:
-Community Association Law
-Commercial Real Estate Law
-Residential Real Estate Law
-Business Law

North Law, P.C.
1010 Lamar St., Suite 1500
Houston, TX 77002

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