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41-1011. Publication and distribution of code and register; online databases

A. The secretary of state is responsible for the publication and distribution of the code and the register.

B. The secretary of state shall prescribe a uniform numbering system, form and style for all rules filed with and published by that office. The secretary of state shall reject rules if they are not in compliance with the prescribed numbering system, form and style.

C. The secretary of state shall prepare, arrange and correlate all rules and other text as necessary for the publication of the code and the register. The secretary of state may not alter the sense, meaning or effect of any rule but may renumber rules and parts of rules, rearrange rules, change reference numbers to agree with renumbered rules and parts of rules, substitute the proper rule number for "the preceding rule" and similar terms, delete figures if they are merely a repetition of written words, change capitalization for the purpose of uniformity and correct manifest clerical or typographical errors. With the consent of the attorney general the secretary of state may remove from the code a provision of a rule that a court of final appeal declares unconstitutional or otherwise invalid and a rule made by an agency that is abolished if the rule is not transferred to a successor agency.

D. On or before December 31, 2013, the secretary of state shall establish an online database of rules that is searchable by agency, date, topic, rule number, type of business for compliance and type of activity for compliance.

E. On or before December 31, 2014, the secretary of state shall establish an online database of codes, ordinances and business license requirements for each agency that is searchable by agency, date, topic, ordinance number, type of business for compliance and type of activity for compliance. The secretary of state shall link the county information to the searchable database prescribed in subsection D. Each county shall supply information to the secretary of state in a manner and format prescribed by the secretary of state.

F. On or before December 31, 2015, the secretary of state shall establish an online database of codes, ordinances and business license requirements for each city and town that is searchable by city or town, date, topic, ordinance or code number, type of business for compliance and type of activity for compliance. The secretary of state shall link the city or town information to the searchable database prescribed in subsection D. Each city or town shall supply information to the secretary of state in a manner and format prescribed by the secretary of state.

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Arizona > Title41 > 41-1011

41-1011. Publication and distribution of code and register; online databases

A. The secretary of state is responsible for the publication and distribution of the code and the register.

B. The secretary of state shall prescribe a uniform numbering system, form and style for all rules filed with and published by that office. The secretary of state shall reject rules if they are not in compliance with the prescribed numbering system, form and style.

C. The secretary of state shall prepare, arrange and correlate all rules and other text as necessary for the publication of the code and the register. The secretary of state may not alter the sense, meaning or effect of any rule but may renumber rules and parts of rules, rearrange rules, change reference numbers to agree with renumbered rules and parts of rules, substitute the proper rule number for "the preceding rule" and similar terms, delete figures if they are merely a repetition of written words, change capitalization for the purpose of uniformity and correct manifest clerical or typographical errors. With the consent of the attorney general the secretary of state may remove from the code a provision of a rule that a court of final appeal declares unconstitutional or otherwise invalid and a rule made by an agency that is abolished if the rule is not transferred to a successor agency.

D. On or before December 31, 2013, the secretary of state shall establish an online database of rules that is searchable by agency, date, topic, rule number, type of business for compliance and type of activity for compliance.

E. On or before December 31, 2014, the secretary of state shall establish an online database of codes, ordinances and business license requirements for each agency that is searchable by agency, date, topic, ordinance number, type of business for compliance and type of activity for compliance. The secretary of state shall link the county information to the searchable database prescribed in subsection D. Each county shall supply information to the secretary of state in a manner and format prescribed by the secretary of state.

F. On or before December 31, 2015, the secretary of state shall establish an online database of codes, ordinances and business license requirements for each city and town that is searchable by city or town, date, topic, ordinance or code number, type of business for compliance and type of activity for compliance. The secretary of state shall link the city or town information to the searchable database prescribed in subsection D. Each city or town shall supply information to the secretary of state in a manner and format prescribed by the secretary of state.


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Statutes > Arizona > Title41 > 41-1011

41-1011. Publication and distribution of code and register; online databases

A. The secretary of state is responsible for the publication and distribution of the code and the register.

B. The secretary of state shall prescribe a uniform numbering system, form and style for all rules filed with and published by that office. The secretary of state shall reject rules if they are not in compliance with the prescribed numbering system, form and style.

C. The secretary of state shall prepare, arrange and correlate all rules and other text as necessary for the publication of the code and the register. The secretary of state may not alter the sense, meaning or effect of any rule but may renumber rules and parts of rules, rearrange rules, change reference numbers to agree with renumbered rules and parts of rules, substitute the proper rule number for "the preceding rule" and similar terms, delete figures if they are merely a repetition of written words, change capitalization for the purpose of uniformity and correct manifest clerical or typographical errors. With the consent of the attorney general the secretary of state may remove from the code a provision of a rule that a court of final appeal declares unconstitutional or otherwise invalid and a rule made by an agency that is abolished if the rule is not transferred to a successor agency.

D. On or before December 31, 2013, the secretary of state shall establish an online database of rules that is searchable by agency, date, topic, rule number, type of business for compliance and type of activity for compliance.

E. On or before December 31, 2014, the secretary of state shall establish an online database of codes, ordinances and business license requirements for each agency that is searchable by agency, date, topic, ordinance number, type of business for compliance and type of activity for compliance. The secretary of state shall link the county information to the searchable database prescribed in subsection D. Each county shall supply information to the secretary of state in a manner and format prescribed by the secretary of state.

F. On or before December 31, 2015, the secretary of state shall establish an online database of codes, ordinances and business license requirements for each city and town that is searchable by city or town, date, topic, ordinance or code number, type of business for compliance and type of activity for compliance. The secretary of state shall link the city or town information to the searchable database prescribed in subsection D. Each city or town shall supply information to the secretary of state in a manner and format prescribed by the secretary of state.

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