Archive for February, 2012

News from Zeitlin & Zeitlin

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Maricopa County Superior Court entered an order on March 26, 2012, in a case where Dale Zeitlin represented a party from whom a bank was seeking a deficiency judgment following trustee’s sale. The court found that the fair market value of the collateral was greater than the sale price at the trustee’s sale and held that the bank was not entitled to a deficiency judgment.

 

  • Dale Zeitlin represents a group of investors against Mortgages Ltd.
  • In 2011, Dale Zeitlin became a charter member of the Stanford Real Estate Council created by SPIRE (Stanford Professionals in Real Estate) and attended the Council’s inaugural conference at the new Knight Graduate School of Business at Stanford University
  • In 2010, Dale Zeitlin was named one of Arizona’s top Eminent Domain and Condemnation lawyers by Arizona’s Best Lawyers (2010 Edition)
  • In 2011, Dawn Zeitlin represented purchaser in the purchase and financing of Midvale Plaza in Tucson, Arizona, which was a $17,463,000 transaction
  • Heard from Maryland – Sliding Scale Zoning
  • The Unnecessary Battle of Knob Hill
  • City reaches settlement with slots site developer
  • Developer to Pay for City’s Lawsuit Costs
  • Proposed APS Power Line Route in Peoria
  • Maricopa County Colleges Consider Tax Hike
  • Arizona Water Law Targets Renters
  • Macerich Gains AZ Centers for $75M Plus Property Swap
  • Fenced Out?
  • New Use for an Old Law: Arizona’s Open Meeting Law
  • We are now on Twitter!

State of Arizona (ADOT) v. Benross (2010)

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Arizona v. Benross (2010) – a complicated inverse condemnation case, in which ADOT was taking vacant land for the Loop 303 freeway.

City of Scottsdale v. Toll Brothers (2008) (Jury Trial)

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Scottsdale v. Toll Brothers (2008) – 384 acres condemned for a preserve; in addition to the jury award, the client received $9,000,000 in statutory interest.

State of Arizona (“ADOT”) v. Canyon Oaks (2005)

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Arizona v. Canyon Oaks (2005) – ADOT case where vacant land was to be taken; settled before trial.

City of Phoenix v. Merrill (2005)

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Phoenix v. Merrill (2005) – City appraised leased fee to be taken; settled before trial

City of Peoria v. Airport/Peoria “36” (Jury Trial 2005)

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Peoria v. Airport/Peoria “36” (2005) – client was also entitled to additional interest for a total recovery of $3,516,000

State of Arizona (“ADOT”) v. Gateway (2004)

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Arizona v. Gateway (2004) – case settled prior to trial for a little over $13,000,000 plus ADOT agreed to make access improvement

City of Scottsdale v. Skyridge (2004)

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Scottsdale v. Skyridge (2004) – City condemned 40 acres of vacant land; settled prior to trial

City of Scottsdale v. Ancala (2004)

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Scottsdale v. Ancala (2004) – condemnation of 24 acres of vacant land; settled before trial

City of Glendale v. Brown (2002)

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Glendale v. Brown (2002) – City condemned 1.5 acres for a pump station and sewage treatment facility; in settlement, City agreed to purchase all of client’s property