¶ 1 In this special action, Daryle G. Raimey, et al. ("Petitioners"), challenge the trial court's judgment entered pursuant to this court's opinion and resulting mandate in Dreamland Villa Cmty. Club, Inc. v. Raimey, 224 Ariz. 42, 226 P.3d 411 (App. 2010) . We may accept jurisdiction when the case presents a pure question of law for which there is no "equally plain, speedy, and adequate remedy by appeal [.]" Ariz. R.P. Spec. Act. 1(a); see also State ex rel. Pennartz v. Olcavage, 200 Ariz. 582, 585, ¶ 8, 30 P.3d 649, 652 (App. 2001). "[T]he appropriate method of seeking review of a trial court's judgment on remand entered pursuant to specific directions of an appellate court is through special action" because a trial court's entry of judgment "based on [an appellate court's] specific mandate and opinion is not appealable." Scates v. Ariz. Corp. Comm'n, 124 Ariz. 73, 75-76, 601 P.2d 1357, 1359-60 (App. 1979) . In the exercise of our discretion, we accept jurisdiction of this special action and, for the following reasons, grant relief.