Property Law

  • Alaska Trustee, LLC v. Bachmeier   In Alaska Trustee, LLC v. Bachmeier Bachmeier requested a reinstatement quote in order to make a ...
  • Briggs v. City of Palmer   In Briggs v. City of Palmer, Those parcels abut Palmer Airport, the noise from which led Briggs to sue ...
  • Farmer v. Alaska USA Title Agency, Inc.   In Farmer v. Alaska USA Title Agency, Inc., Here, a family purchased a lodge from the plaintiff then defaulted on the mortgage when, lacking insurance, they fell five months behind on payments and ...
  • Lee v. Konrad   In Lee v. Konrad, Plaintiff owned a property lot and conducted a survey to determine the boundary line against the ...
  • Tweedy v. Matanuska-Susitna Borough Board of Adjustment and Appeals In Tweedy v. Matanuska-Susitna Borough Board of Adjustment and Appeals, Clifton Tweedy began renting property built in 1968 and owned by the Matanuska-Susitna Borough on Big ...
  • Chung v. Rora Park In Chung v. Rora Park,  Chung (“Lessee”) commenced excavation for a foundation of the new house he intended to build ...
  • Shumway v. Betty Black Living Trust In Shumway v. Betty Black Living Trust, The superior court ...
  • Espeland v. OneWest Bank, FSB In Espeland v. OneWest Bank, FSB, Soon after, a financial institution purchased ...
  • BP Pipelines (Alaska) Inc. v. State In BP Pipelines (Alaska) Inc. v. State The Department of Revenue assessed TAPS in 2006, and the superior court determined that it had permissively used the “use value” method in making ...
  • Purcella v. Olive Kathryn Purcella Trust In Purcella v. Olive Kathryn Purcella Trust, the supreme court held the right to reform an irrevocable trust is impermissible where the settlor has failed to establish, by clear and convincing evidence, that either the trust did not conform to original intent, “unanticipated circumstances” substantially affected the furtherance of that intent, or the trust was created ...

Property Law

  • Alaska Trustee, LLC v. Bachmeier   In Alaska Trustee, LLC v. Bachmeier Bachmeier requested a reinstatement quote in order to make a ...
  • Briggs v. City of Palmer   In Briggs v. City of Palmer, Those parcels abut Palmer Airport, the noise from which led Briggs to sue ...
  • Farmer v. Alaska USA Title Agency, Inc.   In Farmer v. Alaska USA Title Agency, Inc., Here, a family purchased a lodge from the plaintiff then defaulted on the mortgage when, lacking insurance, they fell five months behind on payments and ...
  • Lee v. Konrad   In Lee v. Konrad, Plaintiff owned a property lot and conducted a survey to determine the boundary line against the ...
  • Tweedy v. Matanuska-Susitna Borough Board of Adjustment and Appeals In Tweedy v. Matanuska-Susitna Borough Board of Adjustment and Appeals, Clifton Tweedy began renting property built in 1968 and owned by the Matanuska-Susitna Borough on Big ...
  • Chung v. Rora Park In Chung v. Rora Park,  Chung (“Lessee”) commenced excavation for a foundation of the new house he intended to build ...
  • Shumway v. Betty Black Living Trust In Shumway v. Betty Black Living Trust, The superior court ...
  • Espeland v. OneWest Bank, FSB In Espeland v. OneWest Bank, FSB, Soon after, a financial institution purchased ...
  • BP Pipelines (Alaska) Inc. v. State In BP Pipelines (Alaska) Inc. v. State The Department of Revenue assessed TAPS in 2006, and the superior court determined that it had permissively used the “use value” method in making ...
  • Purcella v. Olive Kathryn Purcella Trust In Purcella v. Olive Kathryn Purcella Trust, the supreme court held the right to reform an irrevocable trust is impermissible where the settlor has failed to establish, by clear and convincing evidence, that either the trust did not conform to original intent, “unanticipated circumstances” substantially affected the furtherance of that intent, or the trust was created ...