Last October’s hail storms in the Phoenix Metro area resulted in an influx of out-of-state contractors soliciting work and using the licenses of Arizona roofing contractors. A.R.S. § 32-1154(A)(10) provides that the following conduct is unlawful: “[a]iding or abetting a licensed or unlicensed person to evade this chapter, knowingly or recklessly combining or conspiring with…Read More
Secretary of State Ken Bennett notified Governor Jan Brewer of his determination that recall petition serial number RC-04-2011, filed by the Citizens for a Better Arizona Committee, exceeds the number of minimum signatures required by the Arizona Constitution to be placed on the ballot at the next consolidated election date that is 90 days or…Read More
Arizona insurance law requires any person who “adjusts, investigates or negotiates settlement of claims” to have a license from the Arizona Department of Insurance. It is not unusual for a property owner’s contractor to discuss the details of building damage with the insurance company’s adjuster, particularly when there is extensive or complex damage. Often the…Read More
The 2011 Regular Legislative Session adjourned on Wednesday, April 20, 2011 after 100 days. During that time, 1,350 bills were introduced along with 146 memorials and resolutions. Although 386 bills passed, 29 were vetoed for a total of 357 bills enacted. Most of these bills will take effect on July 20, 2011. The Arizona Constitution states that…Read More
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