Eminent Domain: Be Careful What You Ask For

By:  Richard Herold and Patrick Paul The condemnation of property for public works may not always be as clean and easy as the government would like.  Although local governments are often critical players in the cleanup and redevelopment of contaminated … Continue reading

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Seller Liability for Disclosures (or Non-Disclosures), Part 2

May 12, 2014 By:  Kevin J. Parker In our blog post dated April 29, 2013, Matthew Fischer discussed the case Lerner v. DMB Realty, LLC (Arizona Court of Appeals, November 27, 2012).  In that case, the Arizona Court of Appeals … Continue reading

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Statutory Caveat Emptor Survives…or Does It?

By:  Matthew P. Fischer Arizona has codified the concept of caveat emptor (i.e., buyer beware) for three particular circumstances.  Pursuant to A.R.S. § 32-2156, real property sellers are not obligated to disclose:  (1) deaths or felonies that have occurred on … Continue reading

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