Arizona @ Your Service – The Official Web Site of the State of Arizona – Your Access Point for all Arizona State Government News, Information, Services, and Agencies.
Arizona Department of Financial Institutions – This department’s mission is to license, examine, and supervise Financial Institutions and enterprises, in compliance with State law, to ensure safety for the Arizona consumer and soundness for the Arizona business.
Arizona Department of Insurance – This department executes the state insurance laws in a manner that protects insurance consumers and encourages economic development.
Arizona Department of Real Estate – The Department regulates real estate, cemetery and membership camping brokers and salespersons. It approves and monitors pre-licensing instruction and testing and continuing education courses. It maintains oversight of approved schools to ensure the quality content of their courses, the competence of their instructors, and the quality and timeliness of the materials being taught. They also oversee the activities of licensees, investigates complaints against licensees and land developers, and participates in administrative hearings pertaining to their conduct. They also regulate the sale of subdivisions, unsubdivided lands, timeshares, condominiums, membership campgrounds and cemeteries.
Arizona Revised Statues – The home page of the Arizona Revised Statues. To view Arizona’s Statues specific to non-judicial foreclosures, click on Title 33, then view 33-801 through 33-821.
Arizona State Legislature – Use this web site as a tool to track pending legislation, plus locate and contact individual legislators, and stay up-to-date on current issues. For an overview of the legislative process in Arizona, explore this web site.
State Bar of Arizona – The State Bar of Arizona is a non-profit organization that operates under the supervision of the Arizona Supreme Court. The Bar regulates approximately 16,900 active attorneys in Arizona and provides education and development programs for the legal profession and the public. Remember, the State Bar of Arizona does not offer legal advice; the information contained in the website of the State Bar of Arizona is general in nature and may not reflect current legal developments.