Ariz. Admin. Code § R9-19-209 - Cancellation of a Registered Birth Record

A. The State Registrar shall cancel an individual's registered birth record if the State Registrar determines that:
1. Another registered birth record for the individual exists and was registered before the individual's birth was registered under this Article; or
2. The information submitted for registration of the birth and creation of the registered birth record was fraudulent, a misrepresentation of facts, or based on false documents.
B. If the State Registrar intends to cancel an individual's registered birth record as prescribed in subsection (A), the State Registrar shall provide written notice of the intent to cancel and the right to appeal the intent to cancel, as prescribed in A.R.S. Title 41, Chapter 6, Article 6, to:
1. The individual, if the individual is of legal age or is married; or
2. The individual's parent, if the individual is not of legal age and is not married, or, if applicable, the individual's guardian.

Notes

Ariz. Admin. Code § R9-19-209
Former Section R9-19-209 renumbered to R9-19-208effective July 31, 1989 (Supp. 89-3). Adopted by final rulemaking at 22 A.A.R. 1782, effective 10/1/2016.

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