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Arizona Mechanics & Materialmens Lien Statutes

Arizona Revised Statutes Title 33

Article 6 - Mechanics' and Materialmen's Liens

33-981 - Lien for labor; professional services or materials used in construction, alteration or repair of structures; preliminary twenty day notice; exceptions

33-982 - Claim of lien by assignee of contract or account for material furnished or labor performed

33-983 - Lien for improvements to city lots or other land

33-984 - Lien for labor or materials furnished mill, factory or hoisting works

33-985 - Lien for labor or materials furnished domestic vessel

33-986 - Lien for labor in cutting wood, logs or ties

33-987 - Lien for labor or materials furnished on waterways, highways, excavations or land

33-988 - Lien for labor or materials furnished railroad

33-989 - Lien for labor or material furnished mines and mining claims; priority

33-990 - Posting of "no lien" notice by owner not operating mine; violation; classification

33-991 - Lands to which liens extend; rural lands; city lots; subdivision lots; mining claims

33-992 - Preference of liens over subsequent encumbrances; professional services liens

33-992.01 - Preliminary twenty day notice; definitions; content; election; waiver; service; single service; contract

33-992.02 - Proof of mailing of preliminary twenty day notice; receipt; affidavit

33-993 - Procedure to perfect lien; notice and claim of lien; service; recording; definitions

33-994 - Right of owner of property against which lien is claimed to withhold payment to original contractor; procedure

33-995 - Duty of contractor to defend action on claim of lien by person other than a contractor; rights of owner against contractor; other rights

33-996 - Joinder of persons claiming liens; claimant as party defendant; intervention

33-997 - Sale of property to satisfy lien

33-998 - Limitation of action to foreclose lien; attorney fees

33-999 - Right of lienholder to have land and improvements sold together or separately; right of purchaser to possession

33-1000 - Priority among mechanic's and materialman's liens; prorating proceeds of foreclosure sale

33-1001 - Priority of claims for current wages owed by owner of property under levy

33-1002 - Definitions; inapplicability of certain liens to owner-occupied  dwelling; waiver void

33-1003 - Payment bond in lieu of lien right; bond purposes and conditions; recording

33-1004 - Discharge of mechanic's liens; bond; limitations of actions; discharge of surety; judgment

33-1005 - Payments made in trust

33-1006 - Release of mechanic's and materialman's liens; liability

33-1007 - Definition of professional services

33-1008 - Waiver of lien

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