When a tenant fails to pay rent after rent becomes due per a lease agreement for a residential rental A landlord may issue a written five (5) day notice to the tenant who has failed to timely pay rent to pay or vacate the property. All notices and actions of the landlord must conform with the Arizona Revised Statutes and the Rules of Procedure for Eviction actions.
Complaint for forcible detainer action
If a tenant does not pay all outstanding rent due or vacate the property prior to the expiration of a prior five (5) day notice served upon the tenant the landlord my commence a forcible detainer action and seek a judgment for back rent and an writ to have possession of the property returned to the landlord. All actions of the landlord must conform with the Arizona Revised Statutes and the Rules of Procedure for Eviction actions.
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Arizona Revised Statutes;
Arizona Rules of Procedure for Eviction Actions
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