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Economic Development Opportunity Deals With Public Entities and Their Constitutional Hurdles: What Can Be Learned from Schires v. Carlat

February 09, 2021
Footnotes:
  1. Wistuber v. Paradise Valley Unified Sch. Dist., 141 Ariz. 346, 349 (1984).
  2. Id.
  3. Id. (quoting State v. Northwestern Mutual Ins. Co., 86 Ariz. 50, 53 (1959)) (internal quotation marks omitted).
  4. Id.
  5. Schires v. Carlat, No. CV-20-0027-PR (2021).
  6. Id. ¶ 5.
  7. Id. ¶¶ 1-5.
  8. Id. ¶ 2.
  9. Id. ¶¶ 3-4, 19.
  10. Id. ¶¶ 6-24.
  11. Id. ¶ 8.
  12.  Id. ¶ 9 (quoting Turken v. Gordon, 223 Ariz. 342, 349 ¶ 28 (2010)).
  13. Id. ¶ 8.
  14. Id. ¶¶ 10-12
  15. Id. ¶ 10.
  16. Id. ¶ 12.
  17. Id. ¶ 14
  18. Id. ¶ 14 (quoting Turken, 223 Ariz. at 350 ¶ 33) (emphasis added).
  19. 240 Ariz. 314, 322 ¶ 35 (2016) (reasoning that in determining whether there was sufficient consideration, “courts must give due deference to the decisions of elected officials”).
  20. Schires, at ¶ 23.
  21. Id.
  22. Id. ¶¶ 16-20.
  23. Id. ¶¶ 16-24.
  24. Id.
  25. Id.

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