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The Arizona Legislature enacted several changes to the statutes relating to GPLET in House Bill 2213 during the First Regular Session (2017), which become effective Aug. 9, 2017. A copy of this legislation is available on the Arizona Legislature’s website.
Significant changes to the GPLET program involving lease information include:
Government lessors must now publish databases containing information concerning their GPLET properties or post lease agreements on a county, city or town website where the government property improvement is located.
Each government lessor will be responsible for submitting a current link to the public data base to the Arizona Department of Revenue (ADOR).
ADOR will be responsible for placing links to all government lessors’ databases with active leases on its website.