Arizona Revised Statutes § 49-110 Compliance Order; Hearing; Judicial Review; Enforcement

49-110. Compliance order; hearing; judicial review; enforcement

A. If the director has reasonable cause to believe that a person is in violation of section 49-109, article 2 of this chapter or a rule adopted pursuant to article 2 of this chapter, the director may issue an order requiring compliance immediately or within a specified time period.

B. A compliance order shall state with reasonable specificity the nature of the violation, a time for compliance, if applicable, and the right to a hearing.

C. A compliance order shall be transmitted to the alleged violator by certified mail, return receipt requested, or by hand delivery.

D. A compliance order becomes final and enforceable in the superior court unless within thirty days after the receipt of the order the alleged violator requests a hearing before an administrative law judge. If a hearing is requested, the order does not become final until the administrative law judge has issued a final decision on the appeal. Except as provided in section 41-1092.08, subsection H, any final agency order issued pursuant to this section is subject to judicial review pursuant to title 12, chapter 7, article 6.

E. If a violator fails to comply with a compliance order issued pursuant to subsection A of this section, the director may issue an order assessing a civil penalty of not more than one thousand dollars for each day of continued noncompliance with the order, not to exceed twenty-five thousand dollars.

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