Archive for the ‘leasing’ Category

Force the (Legal) Issue, Before Courts Are Overpowered

For folks who cannot get enough of the argument that force majeure has excused anyone from performing an unpleasant or difficult contract obligation, you’ll want to watch Pacific Collective LLC v. Exxon Mobil, filed in Los Angeles County Superior Court, in Case No. 20-STCV-13294. In that litigation, the Plaintiff California retail developer (Pacific) claims the […]

Sedona Unsettled by Transient Ordinance Decision

     In November of 2006, Arizona voters approved Proposition 207—a measure that guaranteed property owners compensation when their land was devalued by later government regulation. At issue in a new Court of Appeals opinion called Sedona Grand v. City of Sedona is property that Sedona Grand, LLC wanted to option to sell; the option granted […]

Arizona Residential Landlord Follies

So I’m noticing that there’s a lot of folks with second homes or “investment properties” listed for rent in our fair state. Since many of our citizens didn’t count on putting these places up for rent but rather for resale, there are a fair number among us who didn’t read up on the rules in […]