27 Dec 17

How Arizona Property is Partitioned

Disagreements can arise when real property is co-owned by multiple individuals. This could involve commercial real estate ventures where the parties can’t agree as to the proper use or management…

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26 Dec 17

Exceptions to the Homestead Exemption

The Arizona homestead exemption protects a homeowner’s interest in real property from certain judgment creditors. The first $150,000 of equity in the home is exempt from seizure by creditors, but…

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20 Dec 17

Handling an Earnest Money Dispute

Earnest money is a deposit made by the potential buyer of real estate to indicate that they are serious (earnest) about moving forward with the purchase. It does not bind…

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03 Dec 17

Premises Liability Claims in Arizona

A premises liability claim can be filed against landowners, tenants, or business owners who fail to maintain property or warn guests of dangers. Whether you invite a guest into your…

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27 Nov 17

Collection Options for Arizona Contractors

Arizona contractors have several statutory remedies to ensure they are able to collect funds for the work they have performed. Mechanics’ liens, stop notices, and Arizona’s prompt payment laws can…

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22 Nov 17

Defenses to a Defamation Claim

\ A claim for defamation in Arizona requires that “One who publishes a false and defamatory communication concerning a private person . . . is subject to liability, if, but…

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21 Nov 17

When to Use Carryback Financing

Carryback financing—also known as a seller carryback—can be an effective way to sell your property to a buyer who is unable to obtain a traditional mortgage. In a seller carryback,…

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20 Nov 17

How to Renew a Judgment

A.R.S § 12-1551 states that judgments can be enforced within five years of the entry of the judgement or within five years of any renewal of the judgment. The judgment…

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