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41-1024. Time and manner of rule making

A. An agency may not submit a rule to the council until the rule making record is closed.

B. Within one hundred twenty days after the close of the record on the proposed rule making, an agency shall take one of the following actions:

1. Submit the rule to the council, or, if the rule is exempt pursuant to section 41-1057, to the attorney general.

2. Terminate the proceeding by publication of a notice to that effect in the register.

C. Before submitting a rule to the council or the attorney general, an agency shall consider the written submissions, the oral submissions or any memorandum summarizing oral submissions and the economic, small business and consumer impact statement regarding the rule or information in the preamble.

D. Within the scope of its delegated authority, an agency may use its own experience, technical competence, specialized knowledge and judgment in the making of a rule.

E. Unless exempted by section 41-1005 or 41-1057 or unless the rule is an emergency rule made pursuant to section 41-1026, if the agency chooses to make the rule, the agency shall submit a rule package to the council and to the committee. The rule package shall include:

1. The preamble.

2. The exact words of the rule, including existing language and any deletions.

3. The economic, small business and consumer impact statement.

F. If the rule is exempt pursuant to section 41-1005, the agency shall file it as a final rule with the secretary of state.

G. If the rule is exempt from council approval, pursuant to section 41-1057, the agency shall submit the rule package set forth in subsection E of this section to the attorney general for approval pursuant to section 41-1044.

H. An agency shall not file a final rule with the secretary of state without prior approval from the council, unless the final rule is exempted pursuant to section 41-1005 or 41-1057 or the rule is an emergency rule made pursuant to section 41-1026 or a summary proposed rule made pursuant to section 41-1027.

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Statutes > Arizona > Title41 > 41-1024

41-1024. Time and manner of rule making

A. An agency may not submit a rule to the council until the rule making record is closed.

B. Within one hundred twenty days after the close of the record on the proposed rule making, an agency shall take one of the following actions:

1. Submit the rule to the council, or, if the rule is exempt pursuant to section 41-1057, to the attorney general.

2. Terminate the proceeding by publication of a notice to that effect in the register.

C. Before submitting a rule to the council or the attorney general, an agency shall consider the written submissions, the oral submissions or any memorandum summarizing oral submissions and the economic, small business and consumer impact statement regarding the rule or information in the preamble.

D. Within the scope of its delegated authority, an agency may use its own experience, technical competence, specialized knowledge and judgment in the making of a rule.

E. Unless exempted by section 41-1005 or 41-1057 or unless the rule is an emergency rule made pursuant to section 41-1026, if the agency chooses to make the rule, the agency shall submit a rule package to the council and to the committee. The rule package shall include:

1. The preamble.

2. The exact words of the rule, including existing language and any deletions.

3. The economic, small business and consumer impact statement.

F. If the rule is exempt pursuant to section 41-1005, the agency shall file it as a final rule with the secretary of state.

G. If the rule is exempt from council approval, pursuant to section 41-1057, the agency shall submit the rule package set forth in subsection E of this section to the attorney general for approval pursuant to section 41-1044.

H. An agency shall not file a final rule with the secretary of state without prior approval from the council, unless the final rule is exempted pursuant to section 41-1005 or 41-1057 or the rule is an emergency rule made pursuant to section 41-1026 or a summary proposed rule made pursuant to section 41-1027.


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Statutes > Arizona > Title41 > 41-1024

41-1024. Time and manner of rule making

A. An agency may not submit a rule to the council until the rule making record is closed.

B. Within one hundred twenty days after the close of the record on the proposed rule making, an agency shall take one of the following actions:

1. Submit the rule to the council, or, if the rule is exempt pursuant to section 41-1057, to the attorney general.

2. Terminate the proceeding by publication of a notice to that effect in the register.

C. Before submitting a rule to the council or the attorney general, an agency shall consider the written submissions, the oral submissions or any memorandum summarizing oral submissions and the economic, small business and consumer impact statement regarding the rule or information in the preamble.

D. Within the scope of its delegated authority, an agency may use its own experience, technical competence, specialized knowledge and judgment in the making of a rule.

E. Unless exempted by section 41-1005 or 41-1057 or unless the rule is an emergency rule made pursuant to section 41-1026, if the agency chooses to make the rule, the agency shall submit a rule package to the council and to the committee. The rule package shall include:

1. The preamble.

2. The exact words of the rule, including existing language and any deletions.

3. The economic, small business and consumer impact statement.

F. If the rule is exempt pursuant to section 41-1005, the agency shall file it as a final rule with the secretary of state.

G. If the rule is exempt from council approval, pursuant to section 41-1057, the agency shall submit the rule package set forth in subsection E of this section to the attorney general for approval pursuant to section 41-1044.

H. An agency shall not file a final rule with the secretary of state without prior approval from the council, unless the final rule is exempted pursuant to section 41-1005 or 41-1057 or the rule is an emergency rule made pursuant to section 41-1026 or a summary proposed rule made pursuant to section 41-1027.

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