Arizona Court of Appeals Division One Holds that Notice of Claim Letter Need Not Include All Facts Known to Claimant About Alleged Wrongdoing and Need Not Contain Separate Settlement Sums for Each Defendant.
Arizona Court ofAppeals Division One Holds That Purchaser of a Vehicle Who Loses Financing for the Vehicle is Still Considered a “Customer” Under the Exclusion Provision of a Car Dealership’s Garage Coverage Insurance Policy.
Arizona Court ofAppeals Division One Holds that a Damron/Morris Agreement Can Be Enforceable even if the Agreement Arises out of an Indemnity and Hold-Harmless Provision Within a Property Easement Agreement, Rather Than an Insurance Contract, But the Ultimate Liability of the Indemnitor Will Depend on the Language and Intent of the Underlying Indemnity Provision.
Arizona Court ofAppeals Division One Holds That Referendum Petitions Must Strictly Comply with A.R.S. § 19-101(A), Which Requires Them to Identify the Principle Provisions of the Challenged Government Acts.