Arizona Court of Appeals Division Two Holds That A Cooperative Does Not Qualify as a Seller for Purposes of Product Liability When a Member Store Orders the Product Directly From the Vendor in a Drop-Ship Order, But the Vendor Sends the Bill to the Cooperative
Arizona Court of Appeals Division One Holds That (1) Relief from a Judgment Obtained by Extrinsic Fraud Is Appropriate under Rule 60(c) and (2) A.R.S. § 29-833(A) Does Not Permit an Award of Attorneys’ Fees in Favor of a Derivative Plaintiff Against Its Opponent in That Litigation.
Arizona Court of Appeals Division Two Holds That The Mere Fact That Currency Subject To Forfeiture Was Located In A Vehicle Does Not Obligate The State To Provide Notice Of The Pending Forfeiture To The Vehicle’s Owner.
Arizona Court of Appeals Division One Holds that the Purchaser of a Vehicle at Auction Failed to State a Claim for Consumer Fraud Where the Bidder Agreement He Signed Disclaimed that the Auctioneer Made Any Representations Concerning Any Auction Vehicle.