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What can an Arizona homeowner do about toxic mold?


The very phrase "toxic mold" may incite fear and worry for an Arizona homeowner. Mold, which may come into a home attached to a person or pet, or through an open door or window, grows where it has access to sufficient moisture. When an area does not dry fully, mold can fester and grow, leading to serious consequences. A homeowner who discovers toxic mold in his or her home may have a legal cause of action against the building contractor based on the construction contract or a negligence or strict liability theory.

Developer bringing new restaurant and shopping concept to Phoenix


Phoenix is a bustling city with a huge demand for restaurants and shopping to satisfy the demands of its population. One developer has taken notice of this need and is bringing a new commercial development project to the ground floor of a downtown Phoenix high-rise building.

Encroachment can be a problem for Arizona property owners


Arizona homeowners typically expect that they will have full use of the property they rightfully own. They will likely hope for positive relationships with their neighbors, and that neighboring properties can coexist peacefully. Unfortunately, however, some Arizona property owners may not be respectful of their neighboring property owner's rights, and may, in some instances, encroach on another's property. An encroachment occurs when a property owner constructs a structure that intrudes on or over another's property. Such an action may lead the property owners to find themselves involved in a real estate dispute.

When does one need a variance for a Phoenix development project?


A Phoenix property owner may have certain plans and goals for his or her property, whether it is a recent land acquisition or one they have owned for years. Before proceeding with specific real estate development plans, however, it is imperative to review and familiarize oneself with the City's zoning requirements.

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