Beck v. Neville – 1/9/2024

March 4, 2024
Arizona Supreme Court holds that a party asserting a boundary by acquiescence claim must prove by clear and convincing evidence (1) occupation or possession of property up to a clearly defined line; (2) mutual acquiescence by the adjoining landowners in that line as the dividing line between their properties; (3) continued acquiescence for ten years; and (4) uncertainty or dispute as to the true boundary.

Hammer Homes, LLC v. City of Phoenix – 12/21/2023

January 5, 2024
Arizona Court of Appeals Division One holds that one with a pecuniary interest in a land transaction owes a duty to exercise reasonable care and competence when communicating the existence of restrictions on the land to others who might justifiably rely on those representations.