Monthly Archives: April 2013

County Assesor

The Property Assessor for each county tracks ownership changes, has maps of property lines and detailed descriptions of property in their respected counties. Click in the link below for the county in which you are interested. Apache County http://www.co.apache.az.us/Departments/Assessor/Assessor.htm Cochise County http://cochise.az.gov/cochise_assessor.aspx?id=186 … Continue reading

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Library Law

Library laws can be useful sources for understanding why and how libraries operate in Arizona. The Arizona Revised Statutes pertaining to the Arizona State Library, Archives, and Public records are A.R.S. 41-151 et seq. The Arizona Revised Statutes pertaining to … Continue reading

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Legal Research

Here are four great resources to use to learn how to conduct legal research: Laws and Legal Research by Nolo.com is also a great resource for those new to legal information. This resource addresses frequently asked questions with sections including … Continue reading

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Labor Statistics Arizona

The Arizona Office of Employment and Population Statistics provides monthly employment reports, employment forecasts, and industry projections for the State of Arizona. Their website is a great resource for population information, wage information by occupation and/or county, and “Green” jobs … Continue reading

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Judgement Liens

Judgement Liens are addressed by A.R.S. 33-961 et seq. For more information on Judgement Liens, check out Nolo.com’s page Judgment Liens on Property in Arizona. http://www.nolo.com/legal-encyclopedia/judgment-liens-arizona-46822.html Remember, there may be other laws and regulations that apply. see also Debt Collection

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Joint Legislative Budget Committee

A part of the State Legislature, the Joint Legislative Budget Committee was created in 1966 to provide sound budget research and  information. Their mission Statement is as follows: ‘To provide the Arizona Legislature with sound research, analysis, forecasts and recommendations … Continue reading

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Aged Person

An Older Arizonan is any person who is at least 60 years of age as defined by Arizona State Law. ARS § 46-191

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