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Motion for Summary Judgment

What is a Motion for Summary Judgment? A Motion for Summary Judgment is a document filed with the Arizona court where the party is asking that the judge decide an issue—or the whole case—without the need for a trial. In order for a summary judgment to be granted by...

Recovering Future Rents from Tenant

If a tenant that is under a current lease agreement who is evicted or abandons the property; can that landlord sue for all future rents thru the end of the lease? The answer is; “yes”, “no” and “maybe”. Let me answer this question...

Can I Choose What to Include in My Bankruptcy?

Many people ask me if they can choose what to include in their bankruptcy. The answer is, it depends. Yes, a bankruptcy filer is free to choose what they would like to do with secured assets. A Statement of Intention is required to be filed in Chapter 7 cases. This...

Motion In Limine

What is a Motion in Limine? A motion in limine is a pleading filed with the court where on party is asking the judge to prevent certain pieces of evidence from being used during a trial. What Does Motion in limine Mean? The phrase, in limine is a Latin phrase...

48 Hour Notice to Enter

Arizona landlords have the legal right to periodically enter their rental properties. The law does not place limitations on why landlords want to enter the property. However, entering a rental property is a right with limitations and landlords should use this to...