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Laying Down the Law – Tenants in Common

Find It, Fix It, Flip It, Laying Down the Law, Tenants in Common

Written by Columnist: Christopher J. Charles, Esq.   There are several ways to hold title to real property in Arizona: tenancy in common; joint tenancy with right of survivorship; community… Read more

Laying Down the Law – Quiet Title Actions and Real Estate: What You Need to Know

Laying Down the Law

Written by Columnist: Christopher J. Charles, Esq.   Quiet title actions are not commonly understood. Disputes with neighbors over property ownership and boundary lines are common and frustrating. Many of… Read more

Laying Down the Law – Supreme Court Issues New Ruling Protecting Short-Term Rentals

Laying Down the Law, Property Management

Written by Columnist: Christopher J. Charles, Esq.   The Supreme Court of Arizona recently handed down a landmark decision that effectively prevents HOAs from restricting short-term rentals in the vast… Read more

Laying Down the Law – Specific Performance as a Remedy in Real Estate Contracts

Laying Down the Law, Luxury Homes Best Practices in the Upper End Market

Written by Columnist: Christopher J. Charles, Esq.   Anytime the real estate market heats up, claims for breach of contract and specific performance of real estate contracts skyrocket. Like any… Read more

Laying Down the Law – Partition: How to Resolve Joint Ownership Disputes

Building Real Estate into Retirement, Laying Down the Law

Written by Columnist: Christopher J. Charles, Esq.   What happens when joint property owners disagree on whether to sell their property? This could involve friends, business partners, or unmarried couples…. Read more

Laying Down the Law – Share The Joy

Laying Down the Law, Selling New Homes Registering & Representing Your Buyer

Written by Columnist: Christopher J. Charles, Esq.   The media is reporting that more than 60% of Americans believe that 2021 was the worst year of their lives. Many people… Read more

Laying Down the Law – House Flippers Beware

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

Written by Columnist: Christopher J. Charles, Esq.   Do investors owe warranty obligations to buyers for construction remodel or improvements the investor pays a contractor to perform before selling a… Read more

Laying Down the Law – Can Buyers Legally Waive the Implied Warranty of Workmanship and Habitability Re: New Home Construction?

Laying Down the Law, Water Issues in Arizona

Written by Columnists: Christopher J. Charles, Esq. Blake Wilkie, Esq.   As the homebuilding booms sweeps across the nation, a record number of homeowners are stepping foot into their newly-constructed… Read more

Laying Down the Law – The Revised Arizona Homestead Exemption: Is The Homestead Exemption Still Beneficial?

2022 Arizona Market Forecast, Laying Down the Law

Written by Columnists: Christopher J. Charles, Esq. Blake Wilkie, Esq.   For years, Arizona homeowners have been able to take solace in the notion that no matter how long their… Read more

Laying Down the Law – What You Need To Know About Timeshare Right To Cancel and Foreclosure Laws

Laying Down the Law, Property Management Residential issues

Written by Columnist: Christopher J. Charles, Esq.   According to a September 2020 report by the American Resort Development Association, Arizona is home to 48 timeshare resorts representing 4,811 units…. Read more

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