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Edgar B. Dunlap, Attorney at Law

Edgar Dunlap has a law practice in Gainesville (GA)
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Lawyer has extensive experience representing clients in Bankruptcy Law, Business Law, Industrial Development Law, Real Estate Law, Tax Law matters.
405 Washington Street N East Whelchel, Dunlap, Jarrard & Walker, LLP Gainesville, GA 30501
Phone: 770-535-4001, Fax: 770-532-7361   Map It
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Bankruptcy Law: Bad Credit History, Chapter 11, Chapter 13 Bankruptcy, Chapter 7 Bankruptcy, Collections, Disputes With IRS, Garnishment, Personal Bankruptcy
Business Law: Advertising, Antitrust Law, Domestic, Banking Law (Investment Crimes, Investment Funds Fraud), Business Formation (Bying & Selling Business, Corporations, Creation, Hedge Fund Formations, Joint Venture, LLC, LLP Formation & Disputes, Partnerships), Commercial, Commercial Bankruptcy, Commercial Leasing, Communications & Media, Construction & Development, Contracts involving State & Minicipality, Controlled Substances Law, Corporate Finance & Taxation, Creditor's Rights, Customs Disputes, Debt Collection, Debt Settlement, Directors' & Officers' Liability, False Advertising, Federal Contracts, Federal Grants, Foreign Investments (Emerging Markets Capabilities), Franchising, Gaming Law, Government Construction Contracts, Institutional Investing, Interests, Internal Investigative Services, International Transactions (Imports & Exports Operations, International Arbitration, International Business Operations, International Law, International Trade Regulations), Licensing, Locating Funds, Mergers, Acquisitions & Divestitures, Mortgages & Foreclosures, Non-Profit Corporations, Professional Corporations, Public Offerings, Reorganizations & Restructuring, RICO Act, State & Minicipal Bonds, Trade Associations, Unfair Competition (False Designation of Origin), Venture Capital (Financial Markets Analysis)
Industrial Development Law
Real Estate Law: Building Codes, Commercial Real Estate (Commercial Leasing, Commercial Real Estate Purchase & Sale, Drainage Law, End Loans, Hotel & Hospitality Law), Construction Contracts & Disputes, Boundaries, Construction Litigation, Eminent Domain, Foreclosure, Hotel REIT Practice, Industrial Development Issues, Mechanic's Liens, Mortgages, REITs and Limited Partnerships, Residential Real Estate (Condominiums & Cooperatives, Homeowners' Associations, HOPE VI Distressed Housing, Predatory Lending, Residence Purchase & Sale (Condos, Coops, Houses)), Restrictive Covenant Injunctions, Title Litigation, Zoning Regulations, Land Use
Tax Law: Audit Defence, Business Audit Defence, Corporate Income Taxes, Estate Taxes & Gift Taxes, International Taxation, IRS Filing & Compliance, Personal IRS Disputes, Property Taxes, Sales Tax & Use Tax, Tax Evasion Defence, Tax Planning (Federal Exemptions, Tax Exemptions)
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  • Georgia (GA) 1974
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    Hall: Chestnut Mountain, Clermont, Flowery Branch, Gainesville, Gillsville, Lula, Murrayville, Oakwood

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