Homeowners Association Information

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This Homeowners Associations, opens a new window resource from ASU Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law offers information pertaining to the laws governing homeowners associations, planned communities, and condominium communities in Arizona.

Homeowners Association Dispute Process

In 2011, the Arizona Legislature passed legislation providing Arizona homeowners and condominium and planned community associations (HOAs) a venue for resolving disputes. These administrative procedures provide an alternative to the civil court system and do not limit the legal rights of the parties to further pursue matters.

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Arizona Department of Real Estate
2910 N. 44th Street, Suite 100
Phoenix, AZ  85018
Phone: 602-771-7766
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Pima County Homeowners Association (HOA) Rules

If an HOA has recorded its rules with the Pima County Recorder's Office, you can obtain a copy.

Pima County Recorder's Office, opens a new window
240 N. Stone Avenue
Tucson, AZ 85701
Phone: 520-724-4350

Lists of Homeowners Associations

The Phoenix office of the Arizona Corporation Commission provides lists of homeowners associations for purchase. 

Arizona Corporation Commission
Corporations Division
1300 West Washington, 1st Floor
Phoenix, AZ 857007-2929
Phone: 602-542-3026

Toll free: 1-800-345-5819 (in-state only)
or
Arizona Corporation Commission
400 West Congress
Tucson, AZ 85701-1347
Phone: 520-682-6560

Sources:

"Fighting neighbors' rules to get easier." Arizona Daily Star. August 20, 2006. Page 1. 

Telephone calls to Corporation Commission Help Desk at Telephone: 602-364-4433 on 02/02/2004 and 02/23/2010.


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