Andra R. Miller Designs, L.L.C. v. U.S. Bank N.A. 244 Ariz. 265, 418 P.3d 1038 (Ariz. Ct. App. 2018)

After a purchaser bought a property subject to a lien held by U.S. Bank, the bank sought to foreclose on the lien and conduct a trustee’s sale on the property. The Superior Court in Maricopa County granted summary judgment in favor of the purchaser, but Quarles & Brady won a reversal of that ruling at the Court of Appeals. Quarles & Brady successfully argued that the six-year statute of limitations on foreclosure restarted with a new default after the bank issued and recorded trustee sale cancellation notices that revoked the debt’s previous acceleration, protecting the bank from a loss of $1.94 million based on a procedural technicality.

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