This guide is intended to be used as a resource to the laws governing homeowners associations, planned communities, and condominium communities. The guide includes references to the laws of the state of Arizona which govern the creation, running of and conflicts involving these associations. There are both online resources and print resources that are available in the law library.
The call numbers on this page link to library catalog records, which provide information about location, availability, and currency of each item in the Ross-Blakley Law Library.
Westlaw and LexisNexis links will take you to the specified database if you have a password. These links work better if you are already logged in. The College of Law provides Westlaw and LexisNexis passwords to its law faculty, staff, and students. Links to these commercial databases will open in a new tab or window.
Arizona Revised Statutes , Title 33, Property: Online
The Arizona Legislature provides free online access to the Arizona Revised Statutes. The online version as provided is unannotated and does not contain historical notes or other library references. Users can browse by title and section, and choose “Next Document” or “Previous Document” links to view consecutive statutes in a chapter. The site includes access to past versions of the statutes going back to the Forty-Third Legislature, First Regular Session (1997).
Arizona Revised Statutes Annotated: in Print
The Arizona Revised Statutes in print contain the official text and titles of the Arizona statutes. The ARS is fully annotated and includes notes of decisions, cross-references to other library resources, and law review citations. For applicable volumes concerning homeowners associations, look in Title 33, Chapters 9, 11, 16, 18, and 20. The library holds a number of copies; follow the call-number link for locations: KFA2430 1956 .A2.
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