2013 Arizona Revised Statutes
Title 42 - Taxation
§ 42-11053 Investigating property valuations
42-11053. Investigating property valuations
A. The department shall investigate property valuations and any matters relating to property taxes and shall require the production of any private or public record relating to those valuations or property taxes.
B. The director or the director's agent may:
1. Enter on and examine any property in this state to determine its full cash value. If the owner or possessor of property refuses entrance to the director or the director's agent, the director may estimate the valuation of the property.
2. Require any officer whose duties relate to assessing or collecting taxes to report to the director at the time and in the manner that the director prescribes.
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