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Disclaimer

The State Library of Arizona provides this website for informational purposes only and it is not intended as legal advice. This website is provided as a service, but may not be comprehensive. Since laws change over time, the sources offered may not represent the current state of the law. For more in-depth assistance, please consult legal counsel regarding your specific situation.
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Topics

Debt Collection Laws
Debt Collection through the Small Claims or Justice Courts
Deed In Trust
Domestic Violence

Economy
Education
Elder Abuse
EIN Employee Identification Number

Environment
Extortion
Fair Credit Reporting Act
Family and Medical Leave Act
Financial Exploitation
Flag
Foreclosure

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Debt Collection Laws

Fair Debt Collection Practices Act. Text of the law on the Federal Trade Commission website.
Consumer Information: Debt Collection,” Federal Trade Commission


Debt Collection through Small Claims or Justice Court

Small claims court, examination of debtor after judgment: ARS § 22-524
How to Collect a Money Judgment,” Maricopa County Justice Court
Debtors Examination,” Mohave County Justice Court
Debtors Examination: Instructions and Forms,” Pinal County Justice Court


Deeds Of Trust

ARS § 33-801 et seq.


Domestic Violence

ARS § 13-3601. Domestic violence; definition; classification; etc.
Address Confidentiality Program.” Information on the program at the Secretary of State’s website.


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Elder Abuse

see Abuse, Incapacitated adults
related: Financial exploitation. ARS § 46-456


EIN Employer Identification Number

http://www.irs.gov/businesses/small/article/0,,id=102767,00.html


Extortion

ARS § 13-1804. Theft by extortion; classification.


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Fair Credit Reporting Act

Fair Credit Reporting Act.” Full text (PDF), on the Federal Trade Commission’s website.

Major Links, Recent Highlights and ‘FACT Act’ Actions.” In-depth information on the Federal Trade Commission’s website.


Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA)

Overview and Compliance Assistance Materials.” On the U.S. Department of Labor website.


Financial Exploitation, vulnerable adults

ARS § 46-456. Duty to a vulnerable adult; financial exploitation; civil penalties; exceptions; definitions.
see also Abuse–Incapacitated adults or Elder abuse


Flag

http://www.azgovernor.gov/
Tab upper right corner (Half-Staff Notification)


Foreclosure

ARS §§ 33-721 et seq. Foreclosure
Mortgage Settlements & Foreclosure Resource Center, Arizona Attorney General’s Office
Protecting Tenants at Foreclosure Act of 2009 (PDF), FDIC website.
Preventing Mortgage Foreclosures and Enhancing Mortgage Credit Act (PDF), Government Printing Office.


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