(888) 676-7128

Need Affordable Foreclosures Lawyer Near You?
Talk to legal rep NOW. Submit your details or call at (888) 676-7128 toll free

Arizona Foreclosure Law

HomeForeclosuresArizona Foreclosure Law

The Arizona Foreclosure laws permit both methods – judicial and non-judicial foreclosures in the State.

  • The Deed of Trust or the Mortgage agreement entered into by the lender and the house owners is treated as valid primary security instruments.
  • The timelines for the foreclosure is legally fixed as ninety days or less.
  • The laws also allow for deficiency judgment on variable basis in the case of property spanning less than 2.5 acres and owned by a single family or two-family dwelling.
  • For carrying out non-judicial foreclosure the lender is required to record a notice with the recorder of the State.

Important: The articles available on uslawyer.us are neither legal advice nor a replacement for an attorney. The contents are general information and guidance concerning different legal issues. We make sure that these articles prove helpful to you, but we do not promise or guarantee that they are suitable for your condition. We also do not take responsibility for any loss that might cause to you using these articles. Hence, we strictly suggest you get expert legal advice. It is also recommended to consult or hire an attorney in case of any doubt.