Arizona Revised Statutes Title 44. Trade and Commerce

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  • Chapter 1. Contracts
  • Chapter 2.1. Motor Vehicle Time Sales Disclosure Act
  • Chapter 3. Revised Arizona Unclaimed Property Act
  • Chapter 3.1. Unclaimed Property in Museums
  • Chapter 4. Uniform Trade Secrets Act
  • Chapter 8. Transactions and Transfers Affecting the Interest of Creditors
  • Chapter 9. Trade Practices Generally
  • Chapter 10. Competition and Competitive Practices
  • Chapter 11. Regulations Concerning Particular Businesses
  • Chapter 12. Sales of Securities
  • Chapter 13. Investment Management
  • Chapter 15. Home Solicitations and Referral Sales
  • Chapter 16. Restrictions on Deficiency Judgments in Consumer Credit Sales
  • Chapter 17. Retail Installment Sales Transactions
  • Chapter 18. Foreign Trade Zones
  • Chapter 19. Solicitation of Funds for Charitable Purposes
  • Chapter 20. Equipment Dealers
  • Chapter 21. Investment of Pension Funds
  • Chapter 22. Rental--Purchase Agreements
  • Chapter 23. Dishonored Check Fees
  • Chapter 25. Senior Residential Entrance Fee Contracts
  • Chapter 26. Electronic Transactions
  • Chapter 27. Tobacco Product Manufacturers Escrow Accounts
  • Chapter 28. Dating Referral Services
  • Chapter 29. Internet Representations
  • Chapter 30. Computer Spyware
  • Chapter 31. Gift Cards
  • Chapter 32. Notification for Compromised Personal Information
  • Chapter 33. Record Discard and Disposal
  • Chapter 34. Retailer Use of Identification Information
  • Chapter 35. Credit Card Agreements

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