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Thought Leadership / News
October 21, 2009 
 In the News
Homeowner Rights Relating to Treehouses
KRLD Radio

KRLD Radio in Dallas interviewed Terry Thornton on a verdict from the University Park City Council forcing a homeowner to tear down his family's front yard treehouse. The vote comes three months after city officials said they got a complaint about the treehouse in the 3600 block of Wentwood Drive. It is a code violation in University Park to have a permanent structure in the front yard.

To listen to the interview, click here.

Terry has been actively involved in real estate transactional practice for more than 20 years and is board certified in commercial real estate law. She has significant experience in negotiating, drafting, closing and funding of both commercial and complex residential real estate transactions from the standpoint of each of the seller, buyer, developer or lender. In addition, she has an extensive practice in forming and assisting owners' associations and planned unit development regimes, both residential and commercial, as well as negotiating and drafting lease documents. Further, she spends a part of her practice on general business issues such as sales, acquisitions, mergers, financing and entity formation.