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Arizona Revised Statutes Title 33. Property § 33-1374. Recovery of possession limited

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A landlord may not recover or take possession of the dwelling unit by action or otherwise, including forcible removal of the tenant or his possessions, willful diminution of services to the tenant by interrupting or causing the interruption of electric, gas, water or other essential service to the tenant, except in case of abandonment, surrender or as permitted in this chapter.

All the powers and authority set forth in section twenty of the act, approved the twenty-sixth day of June, one thousand eight hundred ninety-five (Pamphlet Laws, three hundred fifty),  1 conferred upon the Director of the Department of Public Safety relative to entering into contracts for the removal and disposal of all offal, garbage, and swill, and all the duties imposed by said section upon the Bureau of Health and which were later transferred to the Department of Public Health by section four of the act, approved the first day of April, one thousand nine hundred nine (Pamphlet Laws, eighty-three),  2 are hereby transferred and retransferred to, and shall hereafter by exercised by, the Department of Public Works.

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