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41-1995. Service of documents by electronic means

Notwithstanding section 41-1002, subsection B and section 41-1063, the hearing officer or appeals board, as an alternative to any other means of service permitted or required by any law, may serve or deliver any notice, decision or order or any other document by electronic means if the party being served consents in writing or on the record to service by electronic means. Service by electronic means is deemed complete on transmission.

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Arizona > Title41 > 41-1995

41-1995. Service of documents by electronic means

Notwithstanding section 41-1002, subsection B and section 41-1063, the hearing officer or appeals board, as an alternative to any other means of service permitted or required by any law, may serve or deliver any notice, decision or order or any other document by electronic means if the party being served consents in writing or on the record to service by electronic means. Service by electronic means is deemed complete on transmission.


State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Arizona > Title41 > 41-1995

41-1995. Service of documents by electronic means

Notwithstanding section 41-1002, subsection B and section 41-1063, the hearing officer or appeals board, as an alternative to any other means of service permitted or required by any law, may serve or deliver any notice, decision or order or any other document by electronic means if the party being served consents in writing or on the record to service by electronic means. Service by electronic means is deemed complete on transmission.

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