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ARIZONA REVISED STATUTES

TITLE 33.  PROPERTY

CHAPTER 8 - HOMESTEAD AND PERSONAL PROPERTY EXEMPTION

Article 2 - Personal Property Exemption

� 33-1125. Personal items

The following property of a debtor used primarily for personal, family or household purposes shall be exempt from process:

1.  All wearing apparel not in excess of a fair market value of five hundred dollars.

2.  All musical instruments provided for the debtor's individual or family use not in excess of an aggregate fair market value of two hundred fifty dollars.

3.  Domestic pets, horses, milk cows and poultry not in excess of an aggregate fair market value of five hundred dollars.

4.  All engagement and wedding rings not in excess of an aggregate fair market value of one thousand dollars.

5.  The library of a debtor, including books, manuals, published materials and personal documents not in excess of an aggregate fair market value of two hundred fifty dollars.

6.  One watch not in excess of a fair market value of one hundred dollars.

7. One typewriter, one bicycle, one sewing machine, a family bible, a lot in any burial ground, one shotgun or one rifle or one pistol, not in excess of an aggregate fair market value of five hundred dollars.

8.  One motor vehicle not in excess of a fair market value of one thousand five hundred dollars. If the debtor is maimed or crippled, the fair market value of the motor vehicle shall not exceed four thousand dollars.

9.  Professionally prescribed prostheses for the debtor or a dependent of the debtor, including a wheelchair.


Text current through end of 1998.

This page was last revised: 06/27/99