Arizona Revised Statutes Title 32. Professions and Occupations § 32-1157. Appeals;  costs;  transcript

A. Except as provided in § 41-1092.08, subsection H , a final decision of the registrar may be appealed to the superior court pursuant to title 12, chapter 7, article 6.  1

B. The party who is appealing may request in writing and shall receive from the registrar a certified copy of all documents and evidence in the administrative record.  The party shall pay the registrar for the cost of producing the administrative record.  Within thirty days after receipt of the request and payment, the registrar shall certify the administrative record and file it with the clerk of the superior court in the county in which the appeal is pending.

C. By order of the court or by stipulation of the parties to the action, the record may be shortened or supplemented.

D. If the appeal is from an action instituted by the registrar and the court determines that the appellant is the successful party in the appeal, the appealing party is entitled to recover from the registrar any monies paid by the appealing party for transcriptions or for copies of documents provided by the registrar.

1 Section 12-901 et seq.

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