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Arizona Supreme Court holds that property owner who quarreled with light rail construction should be compensated for lost access

USA - April 22 2014 Late last week, the Arizona Supreme Court handed down a decision that clarified the rights of property owners who lose access to an abutting road and…

Sellers cannot look to the appraiser when lenders pull the plug on a prospective house flip

USA - April 10 2014 An outgrowth of Arizona's housing downturn in recent years has been the proliferation of would-be real estate investors who purchase, renovate and…

Recent legal decisions prove that a contractor’s experience modification rate matters more than ever

USA - March 19 2014 Some contractors no doubt experienced sticker shock when their most recent workers' compensation audit came back with a higher-than-expected…

Recent legal decisions prove that your Experience Modification Rate matters more than ever

USA - March 12 2014 Some contractors no doubt experienced sticker shock when their most recent workers' compensation audit came back with a higher-than-expected…

Arizona Court of Appeals holds that certain residential developers are not protected by Arizona’s anti-deficiency statute

USA - January 24 2014 Nearly three years ago, the Arizona Court of Appeals held that the Arizona anti-deficiency statute protects a borrower who never completed…