Appeals Court Decision Changes Arizona Law

Posted by David Deutsch

On March 6, 2007, the Arizona Court of Appeals issued a lengthy opinion in favor of Zeitlin & Zeitlin’s client, which changed Arizona statutory and constitutional law. The Court of Appeals held that the date value is determined in a condemnation case is the date a condemning authority takes possession of property where there is a gap between the time a case is filed and the time possession is taken.

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