Gilbert, AZ asked in Gov & Administrative Law for Arizona

Q: What is the Arizona Revised Statue for payment to contractors for services and materials

Paving and concrete contractors for HOA streets.

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A: In Arizona, the laws governing payment to contractors for services and materials, especially for paving and concrete contractors working on HOA streets, primarily fall under the Arizona Revised Statutes (ARS) Title 33, which pertains to property law and homeowners associations. Specifically, ARS Title 33, Chapter 18 encompasses various regulations concerning planned communities, including statutes that might be relevant to contractual obligations and payments within homeowners associations. The specific sections related to contractor services, payments, and liens include ARS 33-1801 to ARS 33-1813. For personalized legal advice tailored to your unique circumstances, it's advisable to consult with an attorney.

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