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Arizona Eviction Statutes
Arizona Revised Statutes Title 12 - Arizona Forcible Entry and Detainer Laws
CHAPTER 8 - SPECIAL ACTIONS AND PROCEEDINGS RELATING TO PROPERTY
12-1171 - Acts which constitute forcible entry or detainer
12-1172 - Definition of forcible entry
12-1173 - Definition of forcible detainer; substitution of parties
12-1173.01 - Additional definition of forcible detainer
12-1174 - Immateriality of time possession obtained by tenant
12-1175 - Complaint and answer; service and return
12-1176 - Demand for jury; trial procedure
12-1177 - Trial and issue; postponement of trial
12-1178 - Judgment; writ of restitution; limitation on issuance
12-1179 - Appeal to superior court; notice; bond
12-1180 - Stay of proceedings on judgment; record on appeal
12-1181 - Trial and judgment on appeal; writ of restitution
12-1182 - Appeal to supreme court; stay and bond
12-1183 - Proceedings no bar to certain actions
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