South Carolina Housing Authority Lawyers
Horton Law Firm has extensive experience serving as general counsel to local Housing Authorities. Since the early 1970s, Horton’s attorneys have served as valued partners and advisers to South Carolina Housing Authorities, advising and representing them on all areas of housing authority law.
Types of Housing Authority Law
Freedom of Information
HUD Regulatory Issues
Real Estate Development & Construction Law
Landlord Tenant Law
Horton knows that a Housing Authority’s work is driven by HUD’s fundamental mandate “to create strong, sustainable, inclusive communities and quality affordable homes for all.” Horton’s housing authority representation therefore begins with, and is always informed by, the United States National Housing Act of 1937, as amended (42 U.S.C. §§1437, et seq.), and South Carolina’s Housing Authorities Law, S.C Code Ann. §§13-3-10, et seq.
Experienced Housing Authority Lawyer
Horton Law Firm’s shareholder and Housing Authority attorney Bo Campbell has more than 13 years of experience representing housing authorities. He has served as general counsel at board meetings and executive sessions, in responding to all FOIA requests, in addressing conflict of interest issues, matters of parliamentary procedure, and other general legal issues.
Bo Campbell has represented housing authorities in South Carolina’s administrative, magistrate, State and Federal courts in various contested cases, including construction and labor law disputes, and landlord-tenant matters. He has addressed various HUD regulatory and legal issues, and has negotiated and drafted easements and dwelling leases, Section 8 and vendor contracts, and cooperation agreements with local governmental entities. Bo (along with his partner, Tommy Dugas) recently represented an authority in multiple complex mixed-finance and bond-financed redevelopment transactions, and Rental Assistance Demonstration (“RAD”) closing, all of which have resulted in hundreds of new and renovated affordable housing units in the City of Greenville, S.C.
Contact us today to discuss your Housing Authority Lawyer needs in South Carolina.
Meet Our Greenville Employment Lawyers and Litigators
Our Blog Read The Latest From Our Firm
Yes, a South Carolina employee can be fired for what he/she posts on Facebook. No, that does not violate the First...
Horton Law employment attorneys Andy Arnold and Jeremy Summerlin have just been selected as honorees by South Carolina...