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Unraveling The Lease With An Option To Purchase

Law Briefs, Legal Forum

David Degnan Owner, Degnan Law, PLLC   Real estate agents should take note: a lease with an option to purchase is three contracts – not one. The Agreement contains an option contract, a lease contract and a purchase contract. These separate contracts are explained as follows: An Option Contract In exchange for certain consideration, the… Read more

What Is A Deposition?

Law Briefs, Legal Forum

David Allen Partner, Jaburg & Wilk   If you find yourself involved in a lawsuit, either as a party plaintiff, defendant or as a material witness, it is very likely that at some point during the course of the case you will be asked to submit to a deposition. Being told that your deposition has… Read more

Resolving Noise Complaints

Law Briefs, Legal Forum

David Degnan, Esq. Owner, Degnan Law, PLLC   Condominium owners often confront noisy and rowdy neighbors. The unruly neighbor may drop weights on the ground, play extremely loud music, or host loud parties at all hours of the day and night. These neighbor issues are often compounded and require prompt action when the noisy neighbor… Read more

Negotiating a Lease Renewal Option

Law Briefs

David Allen Partner, Jaburg & Wilk   Most tenants and their real estate agents who negotiate commercial leases accept that many of the terms in the landlord’s “form” lease favor the landlord. One term, however, that favors only the tenant, and which every commercial tenant should seek to include in their lease, is an option… Read more

The Defaulting Seller And a Notice Of Lis Pendens

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David Allen Partner in the Phoenix Law Firm, Jaburg & Wilk   After months of searching, you have finally found the house of your dreams and much to your delight the Seller has accepted your offer of $500,000. You deposit your $15,000 “earnest money” with the escrow company and an escrow is opened. As part… Read more

Resolving Unmarried Property Disputes

Law Briefs, Legal Forum

David Degnan, Esq. Owner, Degnan Law, PLLC   You May Not Own As Much As You Think Unmarried couples are buying properties in droves in Arizona. However, when the relationship ends, the parties’ respective property ownership interests are not well defined by law. As property values increase and regain equity, a new wave of litigation… Read more

Because It’s the Rules

Law Briefs

Written by: David Allen Patners in the Phoenix Law Firm, Jaburg & Wilk   There are seemingly two types of people who live in houses or condominiums that are subject to rules and regulations, known as Codes, Covenants and Restrictions, or “CC&R’s.” There are those who live there because there are CC&R’s, and there are… Read more

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