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LAYING DOWN THE LAW – DON’T SLANDER MY TITLE

Find It, Fix It, Flip It, Laying Down the Law

Christopher J. Charles Attorney, Provident Law   Claims over interests in real estate in Arizona are recorded with the recorder’s office of whichever county the property sits within. So long… Read more

LAYING DOWN THE LAW – REAL ESTATE ENCROACHMENT with Special Guest Anne Munsil, Esq.

Commercial Real Estate, Laying Down the Law

Christopher J. Charles, Esq. Provident Law   Anne Munsil, Esq. Provident Law Everyone has that one neighbor – the neighbor who doesn’t cut their lawn, who leaves their trash or… Read more

LAYING DOWN THE LAW – THE UNIFORM ELECTRONIC TRANSACTIONS ACT IN ARIZONA REAL ESTATE

Laying Down the Law, Luxury Homes

Christopher J. Charles Attorney, Provident Law   Like 46 other states (as well as DC, Puerto Rico, and the Virgin Islands), the state of Arizona has adopted the Uniform Electronic… Read more

LAYING DOWN THE LAW – HOW TO PROTECT YOUR VIEW

Laying Down the Law, Phoenix Growth Trends

Christopher J. Charles Attorney, Provident Law   Many people purchase property in Arizona with an eye for the surrounding aesthetics. Mountainsides, valleys, and rock formations in the environs of one’s… Read more

LAYING DOWN THE LAW – PROCURING CAUSE AND THE LISTING AGREEMENT’S BROKER PROTECTION CLAUSE

Laying Down the Law, Property Management

Christopher J. Charles Attorney, Provident Law   Real estate brokers work hard to earn their commissions. And they use specialized training and experience to secure the right buyer for the… Read more

LAYING DOWN THE LAW – FORCE MAJEURE, COVID-19, AND REAL ESTATE CONTRACTS

Laying Down the Law, Special COVID-19 Edition

Christopher J. Charles Attorney, Provident Law   Why are real estate contracts so long? The initial REALTOR® Residential Resale Real Estate Purchase Contact was about one page; today, it is ten… Read more

LAYING DOWN THE LAW – WHO GETS THE HOUSE? HOW TO DIVIDE REAL PROPERTY BETWEEN CO-OWNERS IN PARTITION ACTIONS

Broker Summit, Laying Down the Law

Christopher J. Charles, Esq. Provident Law   Bryan Eastin, Esq. Provident Law Joint ownership of real estate provides many benefits, including increased buying opportunity, shared expenses, avoidance of probate, and… Read more

LAYING DOWN THE LAW – CAN COMMERCIAL LANDLORDS BE LIABLE FOR THEIR TENANT’S ACTIONS?

Find It, Fix It, Flip It, Laying Down the Law

Christopher J. Charles Attorney, Provident Law   In today’s litigious culture, you would think it’s enough for property owners to worry just about risks arising from their own conduct –… Read more

LAYING DOWN THE LAW – DID THE OVERALL INCREASE IN HOME INVENTORY REALLY MEAN MORE NEW LISTINGS?

Investing, Laying Down the Law

Christopher J. Charles Attorney, Provident Law   Between September 2018 and February 2019, we saw a moderate gain in home inventory prior to home shopping season, following a solid 44… Read more

LAYING DOWN THE LAW – WHEN NEIGHBORS CROSS THE LINE: INJUNCTIONS AGAINST HARRASSMENT SHORT-TERM RENTALS

Laying Down the Law, Property Management

Christopher J. Charles, Esq. Provident Law   Bryan Eastin, Esq. Provident Law On May 21, 2019, Governor Ducey signed new provisions regulating short- term rentals. The new laws aim to… Read more

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