A.R.S. § 33-101 - Right Of Arizona Property Owners To Petition To Establish Landmarks

Arizona Revised Statutes Section 33-101 gives power to certain Arizona property owners to require the board of supervisors in any county to establish permanent landmarks on surveyed property. This section of the Arizona Revised Statutes states:

A. A majority of freeholders owning land in any township, as farmers or ranchers, may petition the board of supervisors of the county where the lands are located, requesting a survey of the lands of the township to establish permanent landmarks at section and quarter section corners or lost corner monuments on lands previously surveyed by the United States government.

B. The board of supervisors shall, within thirty days after receiving the petition, notify the county engineer to provide for survey of the lands described in the petition and place monuments of durable material at each section and quarter section corner.

C. The board of supervisors may authorize private funding for the survey if the county cannot fund the survey.

If you are facing an issue that requires such a petition or any other real estate matter involving Arizona land you should discuss your situation with an Arizona real estate attorney as soon as possible.