A bill that will improve the lien statute governing self-storage in Arizona has passed the House of Representatives. House Bill 2435 passed the without opposition in a 56-0 vote, said Richard Marmor, chairperson of the Arizona Self Storage Association Legal and Legislative Committee. The Senate may soon review the bill during a special extended session.
The bill was introduced to the Arizona Legislature in March. Spearheaded by Marmor, who is an attorney, it addresses the lease and foreclosure activities of Arizona self-storage operations. The complete bill can be viewed at http://www.azleg.gov/legtext/49leg/1r/bills/hb2435h.pdf.
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