The Arizona Real Estate Law Book is a compendium of excerpts from
- The Arizona State Constitution,
- Arizona Revised Statutes, and
- The Arizona Administrative Code
These relate specifically to the authority and responsibility of the Arizona Department of Real Estate to administer the licensing of the real estate profession in the state of Arizona. The Arizona Real Estate Law Book is published for the convenience of real estate licensees and the public. It is revised annually to reflect changes to Statutes and Rules since the last edition.
The Arizona Real Estate Law Book is limited in its scope, in order to focus on just those parts of Arizona State Law that relate to the Department of Real Estate and to licensing of real estate professionals. To see the Law Book, click on the link at the left of this screen. To best understand the sections of the source documents from which these excerpts are taken, we suggest you visit the following web addresses to see the full scope of each:
- To read the entire Arizona State Constitution, or any of its 29 Articles, go to www.azleg.gov/constitution/
- To read any of the 49 Titles of the Arizona Revised Statutes (A.R.S.), go to www.azleg.gov
- The Arizona Administrative Code (AAC) is where the official rules of the state of Arizona are published. The AAC is the official compilation of rules that govern state agencies, boards, and commissions. The AAC is divided into 20 Titles. The ten-volume paper copy of the AAC serves as the official version. To see the complete AAC, go to azsos.gov/rules/arizona-administrative-code
Arizona Real Estate Rules
For the Directory and Summary of the Arizona Real Estate Rules (Title 4, Chapter 28), click here.
To read any of the Articles of the Arizona Administrative Rules. click here.
Administrative Rule Recommendations – EO 2015-01. click here.
Pursuant to A.R.S. § 41-1033 Any person, in a manner and form prescribed by the agency, may petition an agency to request the making of a final rule or a review of an existing agency practice or substantive policy statement that the petitioner alleges constitutes a rule, click here.
Pursuant to A.R.S. § 41-1093.01, An agency shall limit all occupational regulations to regulations that are demonstrated to be necessary to specifically fulfill a public health, safety or welfare concern. Pursuant to sections 41-1093.02 and 41-1093.03, Arizona Revised statutes, you have the right to petition this agency to repeal or modify the occupational regulation or bring an action in a court of general jurisdiction to challenge the occupational regulation and to ensure compliance with section 41-1093.01, Arizona Revised Statutes. click here.