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It's useful to read for general advice and concepts, and it's easy to look up specific topics in question. It seems very thorough and everything is referenced. There are lots of useful forms in the back.
I had spent hours searching the web reading Arizona real estate law, looking at online forms and the websites of attorneys, before I found this book. Amazon shipped it in one day, arriving on Saturday, and in an hour I had a far clearer understanding of how to handle the issue at hand. Don't waste your time online: get this book. Get this book and read it BEFORE you have a problem, and you can probably avoid nearly every landlord-tenant problem; I wish I had found this book sooner.
I have the 6th, most recent, edition; new editions are published only when warranted by legal changes. In between, if you "register" the book at the website provided in the front, you are promised email notifications of changes in laws.
I had planned to engage Mr. Casler for some help with my problem tenant; he was recommended by suncitycan.org. But after getting his book, I'm not sure that I even need to. Mr. Casler also offers phone consultations, which I will probably avail myself of.
I wish there had been a book like this for California landlords when I started out.
It doesn't cover acquisition of property. It doesn't cover asset protection by insurance or entity layering. I would pay much more if Mr. Casler would include the protection topics in future editions or a different title. Still, an excellent value from an expert in landlord law.
It is very cross-referenced. No one that can operate an index or table of contents will need to search front to back for their topic.