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An Arizona lease agreement is a legally binding document between the tenant and the landlord regarding the listed property. It allows the tenant to use the property in a specific way (such as residential or commercial). It also outlines the obligations for both the landlord and the tenant.
The most commonly used Arizona lease agreements include a commercial lease, a month-to-month lease, an annual lease, a lease with an option to buy, a roommate agreement, and a sublease agreement. It's important to note that a sublease should have the same clauses and obligations as the master lease. It should also not be entered into without express written permission of the landlord.
To write an Arizona lease agreement, you must include the following information:
Arizona lease agreements must include specific disclosures as instructed by state law:
Federal law states that any residential unit built in 1978 or before that's a rental property could be a lead-paint hazard. Because of this, landlords in Arizona are required to provide a lead-paint disclosure.
A landlord may not charge more than one and a half month of rent for a security deposit in Arizona. The deposit must be returned within 14 days (not including weekends or holidays) after the move-out inspection.