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41-2198.02. Orders; penalties; disposition

A. The administrative law judge may order any party to abide by the statute, condominium documents, community documents or contract provision at issue and may levy a civil penalty on the basis of each violation. For purposes of actions brought under the Arizona mobile home parks residential landlord and tenant act, the civil penalty shall not exceed five hundred dollars. All monies collected pursuant to this article shall be deposited in the state general fund to be used to offset the cost of administering the administrative law judge function, except that monies collected from disputes involving condominiums or planned communities as prescribed in section 41-2198.01, subsection B shall be deposited in the condominium and planned community hearing office fund established by section 41-2198.05. If the petitioner prevails, the administrative law judge shall order the respondent to pay to the petitioner the filing fee required by section 41-2198.01.

B. The order issued by the administrative law judge is binding on the parties unless a rehearing is granted pursuant to section 41-2198.04 based on a petition setting forth the reasons for the request for rehearing, in which case the order issued at the conclusion of the rehearing is binding on the parties. Notwithstanding sections 41-1092.08, subsection B and 41-1092.09, an order issued by the administrative law judge in an action regarding a condominium or planned community is the final administrative decision and is not subject to a request for rehearing. The order issued by the administrative law judge is enforceable through contempt of court proceedings.

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Arizona > Title41 > 41-2198.02

41-2198.02. Orders; penalties; disposition

A. The administrative law judge may order any party to abide by the statute, condominium documents, community documents or contract provision at issue and may levy a civil penalty on the basis of each violation. For purposes of actions brought under the Arizona mobile home parks residential landlord and tenant act, the civil penalty shall not exceed five hundred dollars. All monies collected pursuant to this article shall be deposited in the state general fund to be used to offset the cost of administering the administrative law judge function, except that monies collected from disputes involving condominiums or planned communities as prescribed in section 41-2198.01, subsection B shall be deposited in the condominium and planned community hearing office fund established by section 41-2198.05. If the petitioner prevails, the administrative law judge shall order the respondent to pay to the petitioner the filing fee required by section 41-2198.01.

B. The order issued by the administrative law judge is binding on the parties unless a rehearing is granted pursuant to section 41-2198.04 based on a petition setting forth the reasons for the request for rehearing, in which case the order issued at the conclusion of the rehearing is binding on the parties. Notwithstanding sections 41-1092.08, subsection B and 41-1092.09, an order issued by the administrative law judge in an action regarding a condominium or planned community is the final administrative decision and is not subject to a request for rehearing. The order issued by the administrative law judge is enforceable through contempt of court proceedings.


State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Arizona > Title41 > 41-2198.02

41-2198.02. Orders; penalties; disposition

A. The administrative law judge may order any party to abide by the statute, condominium documents, community documents or contract provision at issue and may levy a civil penalty on the basis of each violation. For purposes of actions brought under the Arizona mobile home parks residential landlord and tenant act, the civil penalty shall not exceed five hundred dollars. All monies collected pursuant to this article shall be deposited in the state general fund to be used to offset the cost of administering the administrative law judge function, except that monies collected from disputes involving condominiums or planned communities as prescribed in section 41-2198.01, subsection B shall be deposited in the condominium and planned community hearing office fund established by section 41-2198.05. If the petitioner prevails, the administrative law judge shall order the respondent to pay to the petitioner the filing fee required by section 41-2198.01.

B. The order issued by the administrative law judge is binding on the parties unless a rehearing is granted pursuant to section 41-2198.04 based on a petition setting forth the reasons for the request for rehearing, in which case the order issued at the conclusion of the rehearing is binding on the parties. Notwithstanding sections 41-1092.08, subsection B and 41-1092.09, an order issued by the administrative law judge in an action regarding a condominium or planned community is the final administrative decision and is not subject to a request for rehearing. The order issued by the administrative law judge is enforceable through contempt of court proceedings.

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