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Arizona Revised Statutes Annotated. Title 11. Counties. Chapter 7. Intergovernmental Operations. Article 6.1. Handling of Animals.

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Citation: AZ ST 11-1026

Citation: A. R. S. 11-1026


Last Checked by Web Center Staff: 10/2013

Summary:  

This Arizona statute provides that a person is lawfully on a dog owner's property when he or she is there as an invitee or guest, or when in the performance of a duty imposed upon him by law of the state or United States, or by ordinances of a municipality in which such property is located.



Statute in Full:

A person is lawfully in or on the private property of the owner of a dog within the meaning of this article when an invitee or guest, or when in the performance of a duty imposed upon him by law of the state or United States, or by ordinances of a municipality in which such property is located.

CREDIT(S)

Formerly § 25-522. Renumbered as § 11-1026 by Laws 1990, Ch. 374, § 223, eff. Jan. 1, 1991.

 

 

 



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