To be replace. We were told Shea homes used cheat piping and was aware. We were told we have to repipe our entire home because of the piping material that was used. A few other homes in my area had the same thing happen. Do we have any legal course we can do to have Shea homes fix this issue? This... Read more »
I recommend that you speak with a real estate attorney. From the information you provided, you may have recourse under Arizona's Dwelling Action law, ARS 12-1361, et.seq. The statute of limitations concerning such a claim can be up to 8 years from the substantial completion of the dwelling.
I signed a contract for remodeling of a bathroom. No products have been ordered nor has work been started and we decided it wasn’t the right time. I understand the 3 day cooling off period but according to Title 32-1907.03 i have 10 business days to cancel the contract without penalty. Is this... Read more »
An Arizona attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. The format here is limited to general legal questions. It isn't set up to handle review of documents or make attorneys referrals. To have a document reviewed, you could search attorneys on your own or use the...Read more »
The agency and the agency's client whom the videos were used by had a falling out and both are claiming ownership of the videos I shot. I worked almost exclusively with the agency on production of various projects, and the agency paid all my invoices except one that was paid by the... Read more »
This can be done if handled properly by the landlord or his management company. Your documents should be reviewed by an attorney. They may consist of an offer that is binding upon your acceptance. Or they may contain language that provides the proposal is not binding upon the landlord until...Read more »
Your contract governs your engagement. If they're the ones cancelling, then the cancellation fee, as a general standard, shouldn't apply, but that doesn't necessarily mean that the contract is written that way. I'd suggest having an attorney review the verbiage for you.
"The Client agrees to indemnify and hold JL Coates harmless from any and all claims, damages, liability, loss or cost (including attorney’s fees and costs of defense) to the proportionate extent that such Claims are caused by JL Coates’ negligence or willful misconduct. The indemnity... Read more »
Hello, I or any other contracts attorney would be happy to help you out with this, but providing language for a contractual agreement is a service that you'd need to pay for. It's highly unlikely any attorney on here would be willing to offer their services for free to provide you such verbiage.
Financed a vehicle threw auto action the failed to fix it 3 times when it needs a new engine per their mechanic/warranty and they never put one in. I lost my job not being able to get there. And now they want to repo cause I haven't paid in 52 days I'm starting work Dec 9
In Arizona, the implied warranty on a vehicle is 15 days or 500 miles, whichever comes first. This warranty covers issues that make the vehicle inoperable within that period of time. I'm not sure if you purchased an additional warranty, because that is most likely your primary resource to fix...Read more »
Whether or not you're entitled to cancel the contract and get your money back is entirely based on the terms of the agreement itself, whether it specified a standard of experience that was required for the photographer performing the work and whether or not they were permitted to outsource the...Read more »
So I just got out of prison and a girl that I thought was my friend let me stay at her daughter's house "paid rent" "food" ect.. about a couple days of me being there I started looking for a car... Her boyfriend said that his brother has a couple vehicles for sale... He... Read more »
Unfortunately some key components are missing from your question in order for an attorney to provide you with an answer. It's important to know who has the money that you gave to the boyfriend. Did he pay it toward his car, did he put it as a deposit on your car, or does he still have it? If...Read more »
In an emergency situation it would be possible to obtain a temporary guardianship without the person's knowledge. A permanent guardianship would not likely be granted without having the ward appear before the Court.
An Arizona attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. There could be provisions in your agreement that address arbitration. Some contracts have clauses that require arbitration over court - some contracts do not have such clauses. Good luck
The potential owner found an individual to purchase the business and thusly doesn’t need to broker the deal through a 3rd party. The contract itself notates it to be irrevocable but the broker is simply wrote “Void” through the contract itself. Not sure if this would require signing a new... Read more »
I wish to file an ethics complaint or file against the attorney directly citing ARS 33-420 as I have done in the countersue against the plaintiff. I perceive the attorney uses frivolous lis pendens on a regular basis
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