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Property: Foreclosure, Homeowners Associations, and Landlord/Tenant Law
The Ross-Blakley Law Library's Family Law Research Guide is designed to help individuals who are seeking information on Arizona family law. It is primarily focused on issues related to divorce and parenting. The guide includes both primary and secondary sources, including links to Arizona courts and government agencies. The guide can be accessed at http://libguides.law.asu.edu/FamilyLaw.
The Ross-Blakley Law Library's Foreclosure, Homeowners Associations, and Landlord/Tenant Research Guide is intended to be used as a resource to access and understand the Arizona laws governing foreclosure, homeowners associations (including planned communities and condominium communities), and the landlord/tenant relationship. The guide includes information on Arizona statutes that govern each of these areas of law and how to access those statutes, as well as references to relevant books in the Ross-Blakley Law Library collection and free online resources. The guide can be accessed at http://libguides.law.asu.edu/Property.
This guide includes information for individuals representing themselves in court in defense of a driving violation as well as students who are interested in the general law of Arizona. The guide provides information from the state and federal government and provides citations to both print and electronic resources. The call numbers on this page link to Ross-Blakley Law Library catalog records, which provide information about location, availability, and currency of each item in the Law Library. The guide can be accessed at http://libguides.law.asu.edu/Traffic/DUI.