Give proper notice to your landlord or your tenant with these Arizona Landlord-Tenant Notice Forms.
The Arizona Residential Landlord and Tenant Act governs the relationship between landlords and their tenants with respect to leases and tenancies of houses, apartments, duplexes, and condominiums. The Act does not cover:
mobile homes, except in cases where both the trailer and the lot are rented from the same owner,
property being purchased under a sales contract,
hotel, motel, or recreational lodgings,
property provided to a tenant in exchange for their services as a resident manager or custodian.
Has your landlord failed to properly maintain your rental unit? Serve them with this Arizona Ten (10) Day Notice of Termination of Rental Agreement for Material Noncompliance.
The Notice form complies with the Arizona Residential Landlord and Tenant Act.
The Notice informs the landlord that the tenant is terminating the tenancy because the landlord has failed to maintain the premises in a fit condition and is materially noncompliant with the rental agreement and/or .....
If your rental unit needs repairs and your landlord has not done them, you can make them yourself but first you need to serve the landlord with this Arizona Notice of Tenant's Intent to Effect Repairs.
You can only proceed with repairs if (i) you have already notified your landlord that the premises needs repairs, (ii) the landlord has failed to make the repairs within the time limit set by Arizona laws, and (iii) you then serve the Notice of .....