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Laying Down The Law: Caselaw Update Regarding Broker Responsibility

Laying Down the Law, Luxury Homes

Christopher J. Charles, Esq. Blake Wilkie, Esq. with Christopher J. Charles, Esq. And Blake Wilkie, Esq. Do Brokers Risk Forfeiting Commissions for Neglecting to Review Listing Agreements?: Caselaw Update Regarding… Read more

Laying Down the Law – Short Term Rentals and Property Management

Historic Homes, Laying Down the Law

Written by Columnist: Christopher J. Charles, Esq.   With the rising popularity of short-term rentals in Arizona over the last few years, more people are becoming interested in entering the… Read more

Unilateral Mistake: How to Avoid Issues with Gifts of Real Property

Laying Down the Law, The Growth of Arizona's Sun Corridor

Written by Columnist: Christopher J. Charles, Esq. Written by Columnist: Anne Munsil Courchaine, Esq.   “Where there is no counsel, the people fall; But in the multitude of counselors there… Read more

Laying Down the Law – Understanding the “Tax Free” 1031 Exchange

Broker Summit, Laying Down the Law

Written by Columnist: Christopher J. Charles, Esq.   Understanding the “Tax Free” 1031 Exchange Section 1031 of the Internal Revenue Code allows property owners to defer paying taxes on any… Read more

Laying Down the Law: COVID-19 and Evictions

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

Written by Columnist: Christopher J. Charles, Esq. Written by Columnist: Anne Munsil Courchaine, Esq.   2020 is behind us but COVID-19 still lingers. One of the lasting effects of the… Read more

Laying Down the Law – Know Your Legal Rights When Purchasing New Construction From a Builder

Laying Down the Law, New Construction in the Valley

Written by Columnist: Christopher J. Charles, Esq.   When you buy a new home from a developer, Arizona law mandates that it must be habitable and fit for its intended… Read more

Laying Down the Law Short-Term Rentals: Party Houses or Family-Friendly Vacation Accommodation?

50 Ways to Serve and Sell a Listing, Laying Down the Law

Written by Columnist: Christopher J. Charles, Esq. Written by Columnist: Anne Munsil Courchaine, Esq.   Other than politics, one of the most contested topics in 2020 was short-term rentals. The… Read more

Laying Down the Law – What Landlords Need To Know About Tenancy At Sufferance

Investing in Tax Liens: Best Kept Secrets, Laying Down the Law

Written by Columnist: Christopher J. Charles, Esq.   Under Arizona law, tenancy at sufferance is the period of time after a lease has expired during which a tenant does not… Read more

Laying Down the Law – Eviction Moratorium: Making Sense Of COVID-19 Eviction Guidance Under Arizona and Federal Law

Laying Down the Law, Real Estate Advertising: Regulating the Internet & Social Media

Written by Columnist: Christopher J. Charles, Esq. Written by Columnist: Anne Munsil Courchaine, Esq.   It is almost a cliché at this point to say that the year 2020 is… Read more

Laying Down the Law – HELVETICA V: THE ANTI-DEFICIENCY STATUTE STRIKES BACK

Arizona 2021 Market Forecast, Laying Down the Law

Written by Columnist: Christopher J. Charles, Esq. Written by Columnist: Anne Munsil Courchaine, Esq.   “Good things come to those who wait.” At least that is what litigant Michael Pasquan… Read more

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