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Arizona Homestead Exemption Statutes

Arizona Revised Statutes Title 33

CHAPTER 8 - HOMESTEAD AND PERSONAL PROPERTY EXEMPTION

Article 1 - Homesteads and Homestead Exemption

33-1101 - Homestead defined; homestead exemptions; persons entitled to hold homesteads

33-1102 - Exemption by operation of law; designation of multiple properties on creditor's request; recording.  NOTE to EVERYBODY THAT READS THIS PAGE:  Section 33-1102.A starts with the following language: 

A person who is entitled to a homestead exemption as prescribed by section 33-1101 holds that exemption by operation of law and no written claim or recording is required.

33-1103 - Effective date of homestead exemption; extent of exemption; exceptions

33-1104 - Abandonment of homestead; encumbrance of homestead

33-1105 - Sale by judgment creditor of property subject to homestead exemption

Note the following language from ARS Section 33-1102.A:

"A person who is entitled to a homestead exemption as prescribed by section 33-1101 holds that exemption by operation of law and no written claim or recording is required."

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