Arizona Laws 101: A Handbook for Non-lawyers

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Wheatmark, Inc., 2005 - Law - 309 pages

Arizona Laws 101 is one of the handiest reference books you'll ever own. Written so that a person with no legal training will readily understand the principles set forth, this handbook covers the 101 laws most relevant to Arizona residents, including:

  • landlord/tenant rights
  • divorce
  • jury duty
  • consumer fraud
  • living wills
  • traffic laws
  • wrongful firing
  • lawsuits
  • child custody/support
  • sexual harassment
  • business law
  • medical malpractice
  • . . . and much more!
 

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The author of this book, Donald A. Loose should be banned from the practice of law in Arizona. I watched first hand as his dishonest firm of Loose Brown & Hobkirk ripped off my boss. With a signed contract, this firm did not deliver the services they were contracted to provide. DO NOT TRUST DON LOOSE OR THE ADVICE IN THIS BOOK. 

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Donald A. Loose has been practicing law for twenty-five years. In that time, he has counseled thousands of individuals and businesses on almost every area of Arizona law.

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