Eviction

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Question: Just this past year (2010) I found a website where I could file an answer to an eviction notice, ONLINE. What happened to that?

Answer:

AZTurbocourt.gov is a site created by the Arizona Supreme Court and offers individuals the ability to file or respond to various actions through the site.

Depending on where a person is located, some of the forms may be available online through a superior court website or a local law library. Also, there are some links to eviction forms on this website.

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  • Just this past year (2010) I found a website where I could file an answer to an eviction notice, ONLINE. What happened to that?

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