Arizona Revised Statutes Title 33. Property § 33-1329. Regulation of rents;  authority




A. Notwithstanding any other provisions of law to the contrary the state legislature determines that the imposition of rent control on private residential housing units by cities, including charter cities, and towns is of statewide concern.  Therefore, the power to control rents on private residential property is preempted by the state.  Cities, including charter cities, or towns shall not have the power to control rents.

B. The provisions of subsection A shall not apply to residential property which is owned, financed, insured or subsidized by any state agency, or by any city, including charter city, or town.





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