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Foundations of Landlord/Tenant Law (2012)

Co-sponsored by the Arizona Modest Means Project and the Arizona Foundation for Legal Services and Education
Credit(s): 2 CLE
Course Number: J1247-499
Original Program Date: April 3, 2012
Duration: 1 hour 51 minutes
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  • Foundations of Landlord/Tenant Law

        Anthony Young, Southern Arizona Legal Aid, Inc.

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    2 CLE
    Anthony Young
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