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Craig P. Colby, Attorney at Law

Craig Colby has a law practice in Portland (OR)
503-223-6066
Lawyer has extensive experience representing clients in Landlord & Tenant Law, Real Estate Law matters.
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1033 SW Yamhill St Ste 400, Portland, OR 97205
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  • Oregon (OR) 1976
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