Arizona Revised Statutes Title 32. Professions and Occupations

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  • Chapter 1. Architects, Assayers, Engineers, Geologists, Home Inspectors, Landscape Architects and Surveyors
  • Chapter 3. Barbers
  • Chapter 5. Cosmetology
  • Chapter 6. Certified Public Accountants
  • Chapter 7. Podiatry
  • Chapter 8. Chiropractic
  • Chapter 9. Collection Agencies
  • Chapter 10. Contractors
  • Chapter 11. Dentistry
  • Chapter 12. Funeral Directors and Embalmers
  • Chapter 13. Medicine and Surgery
  • Chapter 14. Naturopathic Medicine
  • Chapter 15. Nursing
  • Chapter 15.1. Dispensing Opticians
  • Chapter 16. Optometry
  • Chapter 17. Osteopathic Physicians and Surgeons
  • Chapter 18. Pharmacy
  • Chapter 19. Board of Physical Therapy
  • Chapter 19.1. Psychologists
  • Chapter 20. Real Estate
  • Chapter 21. Veterinarians
  • Chapter 22. Structural Pest Management Regulation
  • Chapter 23. Professional Driver Training Schools
  • Chapter 24. Private Investigators
  • Chapter 25. Physician Assistants
  • Chapter 26. Security Guards
  • Chapter 28. Radiologic Technologists
  • Chapter 29. Homeopathic Physicians
  • Chapter 30. Private Postsecondary Education
  • Chapter 31. Regulation of Health Professions
  • Chapter 32. Health Professionals
  • Chapter 33. Behavioral Health Professionals
  • Chapter 34. Occupational Therapy
  • Chapter 35. Respiratory Care
  • Chapter 36. Real Estate Appraisal
  • Chapter 37. Child Support Obligations
  • Chapter 38. Privacy Rights
  • Chapter 39. Acupuncture
  • Chapter 40. Board of Certified Reporters
  • Chapter 41. Athletic Trainers
  • Chapter 42. Massage Therapy
  • Chapter 43. License, Certificate or Registration Renewals for Military Members
  • Chapter 44. Regulation of Nonhealth Professions and Occupations
  • Chapter 45. Regulation of Out-Of-State Businesses and Out-Of-State Employees During a Disaster

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