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Christopher J. Charles, Esq.   Bryan L. Eastin, Esq.   PROVIDENT LAW® recently won a difficult landlord-tenant dispute following a two-day trial. Following are a few tips that will help… Read more

The Seven C’s Of Settlement

Law Briefs

    David Allen Partner, Jayburg & Wilk   Many people, particularly those who have never experienced first-hand what it is like to be a party to litigation, are quick… Read more

The Illusion of Insurance Coverage Provided by Certificates of Insurance

Law Briefs

Nathan D. Meyer Partner, Jaburg & Wilk Micalann C. Pepe Attorney, Jaburg & Wilk   Many contracts or leases require one party to get insurance protection for the other party… Read more

If They Use It You May Lose It

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David L. Allen Partner, Jaburg & Wilk   As a general rule, if somebody owns something, whether it is as small as a cell phone or as big as ten-acre… Read more

The Implied Covenant of Good Faith and Fair Dealing

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David L. Allen Partner, Jaburg & Wilk   Anybody who has ever had a child has heard the refrain “but that’s NOT FAIR.” While the concept of “fairness” plays a… Read more

Top 10 Considerations When Selling a Divorcing Couple’s Home

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Laurence B. Hirsch Partner, Jaburg & Wilk   In many divorces, the largest marital asset is the family home. Frequently, the parties agree to sell their residence. However, the sale of… Read more

Dragnet Clauses and Priority

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David L. Allen Partner, Jaburg & Wilk   A “Dragnet Clause” in a Deed of Trust is a provision that states that the Deed of Trust secures any and all future… Read more

Three Counter Offers, Two Addendums, One Unwritten Side Agreement and No Contract

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David W. Degnan, Esq. Degnan Law, PLLC   Real estate agents draft contracts every month. Many contracts are straight-forward and easy to follow. However, real estate agents often engage in… Read more

Strategies for Defending ADA Accessibility “Tester” Lawsuits

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Matt Anderson Partner, Jaburg & Wilk   In the last 15 months, over 300 lawsuits alleging ADA accessibility violations have been filed by a handful of plaintiffs against Arizona multi-family building… Read more

Equitable Subrogation and the Replacement Doctrine

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David Allen Partner, Jaburg & Wilk   All real estate professionals and investors are familiar with the concept of the priority of liens. As a general rule, when there are multiple… Read more

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