Property Law

  • Alaska Trustee, LLC v. Ambridge In Alaska Trustee, LLC v. Ambridge, The Ambridges bought their first home in 2006 and took out a home loan secured by a deed ...
  • Luker v. Sykes In Luker v. Sykes, the supreme court held that a federally granted right of way cannot exist over lands reserved for private uses at the time their survey section lines are created. They disputed whether there was a right of way over a section of the ...
  • Alaskasland.com, LLC v. Cross In Alaskasland.com, LLC v. Cross, In 2012, Alaskaland sued ...
  • Tagaban v. City of Pelican   In Tagaban v. City of Pelican, Ownership later shifted ...
  • State, Department of Revenue v. BP Pipelines (Alaska) Inc. In State, Department of Revenue v. BP Pipelines (Alaska) Inc., The Trans-Alaska Pipeline System (“TAPS”) is an 800-mile-long oil pipeline that connects northern Alaskan oil reserves to a shipping terminal in ...
  • Castle Properties, Inc. v. Wasilla Lake Church of the Nazarene   In Castle Properties, Inc. v. Wasilla Lake Church of the Nazarene, the court held that a party having right of first refusal to purchase a property receives adequate notice of the terms of an offer when he is aware of the material facts. Castle Properties purchased interests in land, including the right of first ...
  • Baker v. Ryan Air, Inc.   In Baker v. Ryan Air, Inc., ...
  • 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 ...

Property Law

  • Alaska Trustee, LLC v. Ambridge In Alaska Trustee, LLC v. Ambridge, The Ambridges bought their first home in 2006 and took out a home loan secured by a deed ...
  • Luker v. Sykes In Luker v. Sykes, the supreme court held that a federally granted right of way cannot exist over lands reserved for private uses at the time their survey section lines are created. They disputed whether there was a right of way over a section of the ...
  • Alaskasland.com, LLC v. Cross In Alaskasland.com, LLC v. Cross, In 2012, Alaskaland sued ...
  • Tagaban v. City of Pelican   In Tagaban v. City of Pelican, Ownership later shifted ...
  • State, Department of Revenue v. BP Pipelines (Alaska) Inc. In State, Department of Revenue v. BP Pipelines (Alaska) Inc., The Trans-Alaska Pipeline System (“TAPS”) is an 800-mile-long oil pipeline that connects northern Alaskan oil reserves to a shipping terminal in ...
  • Castle Properties, Inc. v. Wasilla Lake Church of the Nazarene   In Castle Properties, Inc. v. Wasilla Lake Church of the Nazarene, the court held that a party having right of first refusal to purchase a property receives adequate notice of the terms of an offer when he is aware of the material facts. Castle Properties purchased interests in land, including the right of first ...
  • Baker v. Ryan Air, Inc.   In Baker v. Ryan Air, Inc., ...
  • 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 ...