Arizona Court of Appeals Division One Holds That a County Board of Supervisors May Require a County Officer To Post a Bond, and May Remove the Officer for Failure To Post the Bond, but That the County Must Pay the Bond Premiums.
Arizona Court of Appeals Division One Holds That the Rule Against Perpetuities Does Not Render Void a Commercial Real Estate Sales Agreement That Fails to Include a Specific Time Period for Performance if it is Reasonable to Conclude the Parties Intended Performance Within a Reasonable Time Period.
Arizona Court of Appeals Division One Holds that Arizona’s Notice of Claim Statute, A.R.S. § 12-821.01, Merely Requires that a Plaintiff’s Claim Letter Provide Any Facts Supporting a Proposed Settlement Amount.
Arizona Court of Appeals Division One Holds that Statute Providing Table for Tax Valuation of Electric Generation Facilities is a Guideline, Not a Rule, and Thus Exempt from Requirements of the Administrative Procedures Act.
Arizona Court OfAppeals Division One Holds That Constable Was Entitled To Notice, An Opportunity To Be Heard, And An Explanation Before The Presiding Judge Exercised His Authority To Reduce The Constable’s Duties.