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What is Real Estate Law, Anyway

(Just Now) Real estate law, therefore, is the set of laws and customs governing who may live on, work on, use, or pass across a particular plot of land or building, and, further, who may sell or buy it, and under what conditions. Sounds simple enough, doesn’t it? But the fact is that real estate law is a remarkably complex area of law.

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Family Law Attorney Help With Child Support, Custody

(5 days ago) The family law attorney on our team is quite adept at dividing the properties of a divorcing couple, calculating spousal maintenance or child support, and putting forward a proposal for child custody, visitation, and support that would be acceptable to both parties. Family law, however, is more than just about divorces and child custody issues.

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Business Law Attorneys For Large And Small Companies In

(7 days ago) Business Law. Povident Law ® loves partnering with our business clients. Many of our business clients consider us their “outside general counsel.”. That means they call or email us on a semi-regular basis to get the answers they need to their legal and business questions. We also serve as the statutory agent for many of our clients.

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Provident Law Is A Board Certified Specialist In Real

(5 days ago) To qualify for certification, an attorney must: be licensed to practice law for at least 5 years (7 years for criminal and real estate certification) be licensed in Arizona for at least 2 years. devote the equivalent of 50% of a full-time law practice in the specialty field. handle a …

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Can Tenants Sue Landlord for Annoyance or Distress

(9 days ago) Philip is admitted to practice in Arizona’s State and Federal Courts, and he is a Member of the Arizona State Bar Association and Maricopa County Bar Association. He can be reached via email at [email protected]providentlawyers.com or at 480-388-3343. Christopher J. Charles is the Founder and Managing Partner of Provident Law®.

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Understanding Easements Provident Lawyers

(3 days ago) Bryan L. Eastin is an Attorney with Provident Law® practicing in the areas of trust and estate administration and litigation, guardianships and conservatorships, and real estate. Bryan’s practice includes representation of private fiduciaries appointed by the court to serve as guardians, conservators, personal representatives and/or as trustees.

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New Rules for Evictions

(3 days ago) The new law hopes to streamline evictions and help the parties understand early in the process what contract controls the dispute and what monies are owing. Below is the text of the new rule: If you or someone you know has questions regarding landlord tenant law, or any other real estate issue, call our office to schedule a consultation with

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When is an Arizona Landlord Not Allowed to Access …

(7 days ago) At Provident Law, our real estate attorneys represent parties on either side of real estate and financing transactions, including landlords, tenants,buyers, sellers, lenders, borrowers, trustees, guarantors, shareholders, partners, and others. We structure, negotiate and document a variety of real estate and financing transactions, including

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Specific Performance of Real Estate Contracts in Arizona

(6 days ago) Provident Law’s real estate attorneys have experience with exactly this sort of issue. Moreover, if you’re looking to invest in real estate in Tempe or anywhere else in the state of Arizona,we stand ready to help. We structure, negotiate and document a variety of real estate and financing transactions, such as leases, purchase and sale

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Partitioning Real Estate by Force in Arizona

(4 days ago) Arizona law has provided a solution to this conundrum. Under A.R.S. 12-1211, a co-owner party may divest their ownership interest in a parcel of real property by means of something called a compelled partition. The term “partition” usually conjures images of the actual breaking apart of property—and in some cases, this holds. How it goes

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What is an Implied Easement in Arizona Real Estate Law

(4 days ago) In real estate law, there are a startling number of different types of rights that a person may have concerning a parcel of land. It is not just as simple as, well, “fee simple,” which is full and complete ownership over a parcel, with which one may do as one pleases (subject, of course, to laws of conduct, code,and zoning).

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The LLC Act Overview Provident Lawyers

(Just Now) The LLC Act Overview. After a long 25-year tenure, Arizona’s Limited Liability Company Act will be retiring soon, to be updated by a comprehensive new law, signed by Governor Ducey this last legislative session. Attorney Andy G. Anderson, and a small group of Arizona business lawyers, spent the last two years drafting this new law, while

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James P. Mueller, Attorney And Partner At Provident Law In

(3 days ago) James P. Mueller has over twenty-five years in Family Law, Personal Injury, and Probate Administration and Litigation, but also a diverse background as a criminal prosecutor, city attorney, and counsel for non-profit corporations. Mr. Mueller is a member of the State Bar of Arizona and the United States District Court, District of Arizona.

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Christopher J. Charles, Managing Partner, Certified Real

(9 days ago) Prior to opening Provident Law, PLLC, Christopher represented the Arizona Association of REALTORS® (AAR) as a “Hotline Attorney” where he advised Arizona’s brokers on real estate legal “emergencies.”. As a Hotline Attorney, he helped resolve hundreds of real estate disputes. Real estate is anything but boring.

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Whose Fence is it Anyway

(Just Now) Arizona state law makes no specific reference to disputes concerning walls or fences; and generally it is assumed that both neighbors assume responsibility for a common fence. Responsible and conscientious neighbors will realize that the fence is there to …

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Legal Resource Articles About Business Law From Provident Law

(1 days ago) Business Law. The United States Olympic Committee has been accused of “bullying” companies that aren’t official sponsors, sending legal cease and desist letters, demanding that companies remove certain social media content protected by U.S. intellectual property law. Particularly, content with the alleged trademarks “#Rio2016” and

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Laying Down the Law Post-Possession Agreements Provident

(6 days ago) Laying Down the Law Post-Possession Agreements. As discussed in our recent post regarding pre-possession agreements, key provisions of the Dodd Frank Act (“Dodd Frank”) took effect in 2015. Dodd Frank aims to revamp the United States regulatory system, especially in regard to mortgage lending. To that end, Dodd Frank created material

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Failure To Launch: How To Avoid Breaching Fiduciary Duties

(6 days ago) The law of business organizations has continually modernized, providing us with accessible tools to limit personal liability. But, whether your company is in real estate or technology, building upon the right legal structure is critical to its long-term success.

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When an Arizona Real Estate Contract Contains an “As Is

(1 days ago) In the broadest sense, as Black’s Law Dictionary defines it, an “as is” clause is: “A clause stating that an item is bought with no warranty. The buyer takes the item as it is with any apparent or nonapparent faults.”. And this is what some sellers of real estate intend to achieve by including such a clause in contracts drawn up for

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Erik W. Stanley, Attorney At Provident Law In Scottsdale

(2 days ago) Prior to joining Provident Law, Erik was Senior Counsel and the Director of the Center for Christian Ministries at Alliance Defending Freedom. In that role, Erik oversaw all litigation efforts and implemented strategic projects to maintain the autonomy of churches and ministries and to ensure their freedoms were protected under the First Amendment.

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Contact A Scottsdale Family Law, Business Law & Real

(7 days ago) Seeking the services of a law firm is not something most do every day. The best way our Scottsdale law firm can begin to help you is to speak with you. Please use our contact information to reach us and a member of our staff will get back to you shortly. Provident ® Law. 14646 N Kierland Blvd, Suite 230. Scottsdale, Arizona 85254. (480) 388-3343.

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Arizona Real Estate Disclosure Obligations Shared by

(1 days ago) Arizona law exempts certain conditions from disclosure: the property is or has been the site of a natural death, suicide, or homicide; the property has been occupied by someone with HIV or a similar disease; or; the property is located in the vicinity of a …

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Can Homeowner Associations Ban Short-Term Rentals in

(Just Now) The battle over short-term rental services has been raging in Arizona over the past few years. For a little while state law was in place that forbade municipalities—counties and cities or towns—from banning short-term rental services.

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Anne Munsil Courchaine, Associate Attorney At Provident Law

(2 days ago) Anne Munsil Courchaine is an Associate Attorney with Provident Law ®. Her practice focuses on real estate, commercial litigation, and family law. An Arizona native, Anne began her legal career as a Navy Judge Advocate, serving four years on active duty in Rhode Island, California, and Hawaii, where she specialized in advising senior military

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Joint Owners Of Easement Must Share Costs To Maintain

(6 days ago) The Court of Appeals reversed the trial court and ruled that, even if the easement does not expressly provide for a duty to repair or maintain the easement, the owners of the easement have the shared duty to repair and maintain the easement. Freeman, 226 Ariz. 242 at 250. Consequently, neighbors can compel each other to share the costs for any

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Which Employees Are Considered “Ministers” in Employment Law

(8 days ago) Employment law today contains numerous “anti-discrimination” provisions that impact religious min i stries or churches. Sometimes those provisions collide with the sincerely-held religious beliefs of a religious organization or church. For example, some churches may have sincere religious beliefs against hiring someone of a particular sex.

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What You Need To Know About Timeshare Right To Cancel And

(4 days ago) Arizona law allows timeshare buyers to cancel a purchase contract up until midnight on the 7th calendar day following the date when the purchase agreement was signed. To cancel the contract, buyers must provide written notice to the seller at the seller’s address as indicated in …

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Mediating Real Estate Disputes Provident Lawyers

(Just Now) BLACKS LAW DICTIONARY (8TH ed. 2009). Unlike litigation, the mediation process, including any settlement offer presented at mediation, is confidential pursuant to Rule 408, FEDERAL RULES OF EVIDENCE. Mediation has many other advantages over litigation. First, mediation is a much quicker process – parties can get their case resolved at

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Real Estate Attorney Help With Real Estate Disputes In

(5 days ago) Real estate law, by itself, is technical and in flux. And so is the legal system. Be intentional about who you trust to solve your real estate problem. If you or someone you know has a question regarding a real estate dispute, contact our office today to speak with one of our experienced real estate attorneys.

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Who Gets the House

(8 days ago) Bryan L. Eastin is an attorney with Provident Law® practicing in the areas of trust and estate administration and litigation, guardianships and conservatorships, and real estate. Bryan’s practice includes representation of private fiduciaries appointed by the court to serve as guardians, conservators, personal representatives, and/or trustees.

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Commercial Zoning and Land Use in Arizona

(1 days ago) At Provident Law, our real estate attorneys represent parties on either side of real estate and financing transactions, including landlords, tenants, buyers, sellers, lenders, borrowers, trustees, guarantors, shareholders, partners, and others. We structure, negotiate and document a variety of real estate and financing transactions, such as

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Steve P. Oman, Attorney And Partner At Provident Law In

(1 days ago) Business Law Mr. Oman represents and advises a variety of businesses on transactions, contracts, negotiations, and day-to-day business issues. He has been involved in business purchase and sale transactions, franchising, resolving business disputes, contract and lease drafting, and various commercial matters.

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David W. Ronald, Family Law Attorney At Provident Law In

(2 days ago) Family Law. Mr. Ronald provides clients with expert counsel and representation in the family law areas of divorce, child custody, child support, parenting plans as well as child relocation. Additional areas of expertise in family law include wills and trusts, estate planning, third-party custody, elder law and conservatorships, and guardianships.

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The Revised Arizona Homestead Exemption: Is the Homestead

(7 days ago) Blake Wilkie is an Associate Attorney with Provident Law®. His practice focuses primarily on real estate, real estate litigation, and preventive counsel. Blake is also a licensed Arizona real estate agent, allowing him the unique perspective of serving clients from both a legal and business point of view. He has represented commercial

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Helpful Tips from Nonprofit Attorney For Recording Church

(4 days ago) In some cases, churches use public platforms like YouTube that consider the material to fall under “fair use” law. Other churches may have licensing agreements to use certain worship music or videos. Streaming and recording the songs or videos subject to copyright goes beyond simply using them in church services.

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What You Need to Know About Arizona Timeshare Foreclosure

(2 days ago) Arizona law allows timeshare buyers to cancel a purchase contract up until midnight on the 7 th calendar day following the date when the purchase agreement was signed. To cancel the contract, buyers must provide written notice to the seller at the seller’s address as indicated in the contract.

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Short-Term Rentals in Arizona to Continue Without Added

(6 days ago) Since the initial law passed, the number of short-term rentals in Arizona has skyrocketed—and many owners of these properties are out of state or even out of country, with some even owned by large foreign corporations. The main impetus for the proposed bills—put forward by Representative John Kavanagh and Senator Brophy McGee—has been the

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The PACA Trust Provident Lawyers

(4 days ago) But that is only mostly true. One important exception for all real estate professionals to be aware is the “PACA Trust.”. The U.S. Congress enacted the Perishable Agricultural Commodities Act (PACA) in 1930 to protect farmers from unlawful conduct and to subject violators to civil liabilities. In 1984, Congress amended PACA “to encourage

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Can My HOA Amend It's CC&RS To Restrict Short-Term Rentals

(6 days ago) With the passage of SB1350 signed into law by Governor Ducey in 2016 (codified at A.R.S. § 9-500.39), the state, cities, and towns are prohibited from restricting short-term rentals. Thus, as a matter of law, short-term rentals are legal in any neighborhood within the state.

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Short Term Rentals and Property Management

(2 days ago) Pursuant to Arizona law, no real estate license is required to rent or manage property owned by you or your limited liability company or corporation. Pursuant to A.R.S. §§ 32-2121 et seq . and A.R.S. §§ 32-2171 et seq ., however, a real estate license is generally required to manage real property owned by a third party.

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Understanding Church Intellectual Property

(2 days ago) Understanding Church Intellectual Property. One common aspect of church life is the creation of new works. Ministers write sermons to deliver at worship services. Choral and worship directors and employees compose musical pieces and arrangements for performance at services. Sunday school plans and lessons are composed.

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Terminating a Commercial Lease in Arizona

(1 days ago) But where a holdover agreement is not included and the end of the tenancy is not enforced immediately, a tenancy tends to shift automatically into a month-to-month lease; and there is a provision in Arizona law—at Arizona Revised Statute section 33-341(B)—that resolves the issue of termination, as such:

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Clergy Confidentiality in Arizona: What is Confidential

(4 days ago) The first clergy-penitent statute was enacted in 1828, in the state of New York, after a high court found that the privilege as it existed in common law applied only to Roman Catholics, since the practice of confession was required by that particular religion, and ministers of other faiths were not naturally afforded it.

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What is the Role of a Real Estate Lawyer

(Just Now) A real estate lawyer performs numerous functions within the rubric of real estate law. In fact, though we at Provident Law provide a full slate of real estate law services, there are many in this area of law who sub-specialize. And it’s important to get a real estate lawyer involved in a transaction well before it occurs—because the concept of land ownership is defined almost entirely by

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The Statutory Requirements for Purchasing, Redeeming and

(1 days ago) Under Arizona law, a tax levied on real property is a lien on the assessed property. A.R.S. § 42-17153 (A). At any time before either installment of the tax becomes delinquent, the county treasurer shall accept a partial payment or payments of the tax in an amount of at least ten percent of the installment and in an amount of at least ten dollars.

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How to Contest a Claim of Lien in Arizona

(1 days ago) For whatever reason a lien has been recorded on your property, there are some options to remove it under Arizona law. Whether the lien was recorded in error, was not removed when the debt was paid, or is in dispute, the options to clear title to a property in Arizona are typically through a quiet title action or a special action under A.R.S

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