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Updated: 10/18/2016

Durham Commercial Real Estate Lawyer

Overview

Mr. Biggs received his undergraduate degree in Civil Engineering from Duke University (1959) and subsequently graduated from its School of Law (1962). A Durham native and life-long Durham resident, Mr. Biggs has concentrated his law practice for a period of more than forty years in Residential and Commercial Real Estate Law...

Mr. Biggs received his undergraduate degree in Civil Engineering from Duke University (1959) and subsequently graduated from its School of Law (1962). A Durham native and life-long Durham resident, Mr. Biggs has concentrated his law practice for a period of more than forty years in Residential and Commercial Real Estate Law. His extensive knowledge of the Durham community, its history, the design of building structures, and the topography of land makes Mr. Biggs uniquely qualified to represent home buyers, builders, developers, and lenders in connection with all types of real estate transactions.

About Charles Thomas Biggs

Practice Areas

  • Commercial Real Estate
  • Residential Real Estate

Qualifications

Bar Admissions

  • North Carolina, 1962

Other Affiliations

  • North Carolina State Bar
  • North Carolina Bar Association, Real Estate Law Section
  • American Bar Association
  • Durham County Bar Association

Education

  • Duke University School of Law, Durham, North Carolina, 1962
    L.L.B.
  • Duke University, 1959
    B.S.C.E.

Fees

Accepts Credit Cards

Office Information

Address

4 Consultant Pl Durham, NC 27707

Fax

  • 919-682-5590

Office Hours

Monday - Friday 8:30AM to 5:00PM

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