Arizona Property and Real Estate Laws
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Property and real estate law includes homestead protection from creditors; relationships between landlords and tenants; and other matters pertaining to one's home or residence. Property and real estate laws also include zoning regulations, which determine which kinds of structures may be built in a given location. In Arizona, for example, there is no limit on how much a landlord may require for a security deposit, but the deposit must be returned to the tenant within 14 days after the termination of the lease. Click on a link below to learn more about Arizona property and real estate laws.
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