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July 2015 Archives

Phoenix development negotiations aided by attorney


Fortunately for those involved in the real estate industry in the greater Phoenix area, recent events have shown that local residential development is prospering. As this blog reported in a previous post, the current trends indicate that multifamily residential development is thriving, which is good news for those involved in real estate development.

Legal changes affect Arizona construction transactions


New developments happen often in the construction world. More energy-efficient building methods are developed, advancements are made in heating and cooling systems, and new building designs emerge. Similarly, legal developments also occur that may affect Arizona construction law and the transactions that occur between buyer and seller.

Can I lose my Arizona property in an adverse possession claim?


An Arizona property owner may think that when he purchases a piece of property, he owns it until he sells it, and that is typically the case. A property owner who neglects his property, however, may find himself in an uncomfortable position if another claims ownership under adverse possession.

Multifamily real estate development booming in greater Phoenix


Arizona residents are always going to need somewhere to live, which is good news for those in the real estate industry. Recent residential development is showing particular promise for the Valley area in Arizona, which encompasses both Phoenix and Scottsdale.

Construction defect liability relies on range of legal theories


A construction defect is just what it sounds like an imperfection in construction. From a simple nail that has popped out, to leaky windows, there are many possible construction defects. While it may be simple to identify a particular construction defect, it can be more complex to hold a contractor liable in construction defect litigation. An Arizona homeowner may hope that when a party does not perform, whether a contractor or subcontractor, that party will be held legally liable and be required to remedy the defect. How this liability is established, and under what theory, may prove to be more complex than simply identifying the defect, however.

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