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Title 12 – Courts and Civil Proceedings
Chapter 8 – Special Actions and Proceedings Relating to Property
Article 14 – Purchaser Dwelling Actions
- A. A written contract for the sale of a newly constructed dwelling between a buyer of a newly constructed dwelling and the seller responsible for the original construction of the dwelling shall contain, or provide separate notice of, the following provision:
- Under Arizona Revised Statutes section 32-1155, a buyer of a dwelling has the right to file a written complaint against the homebuilder with the Arizona registrar of contractors within two years after the close of escrow or actual occupancy, whichever occurs first, for the commission of an act in violation of Arizona Revised Statutes section 32-1154, subsection A.
- B. The notice required in subsection A of this section shall be prominently displayed and appear in at least ten point bold type.
- C. The buyer of the dwelling is not deemed to have received the notice required pursuant to subsection A of this section unless the buyer initials the notice provision.