The Arizona Supreme Court decided New Pueblo Constructors, Inc. v. State of Arizona in 1985. In an informal survey of Arizona construction law practitioners, New Pueblo was almost uniformly selected as Arizona’s most important construction law decision. Over the past two decades, New Pueblo has been cited in over 30 decisions nationally and the case has been the subject of detailed discussion in several leading construction law treatises.
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