Arizona Rental Lease Agreement Templates | PDF | Word

The Arizona Rental Agreements are designed for landlords to forge a legal agreement between themselves and a new tenant for the lease of a commercial or residential space. These forms will relay the monthly (or weekly) costs, the division of utility and bill payments, and will generally relay the terms and conditions by which each party must operate. Below, one can also access a Notice to Quit form which will provide a tenant with an ultimatum to pay their rent or vacate the residence, as well as a Rental Application to screen potential tenants.


Arizona Lease Agreements

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The Arizona standard residential lease agreement is a document wherein a tenant agrees to lease out a property for a term of at least one (1) year. The form enables both parties to review the terms and conditions by which they must operate and, once signed, can be used as a point of reference that will hold both tenant and landlord accountable. Provisions such as the amount of rent, the due date for payment, the existence and application of late fees,…

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The Arizona Month-to-Month Lease Agreement contract has the tenant pay rent every (30) thirty days to the landlord, until either the tenant or landlord states otherwise. The primary benefit of this type of lease agreement is it enables each party to operate with a degree of flexibility; often monthly tenancies are temporary and used when a tenant is planning on staying for a few months at a time. As a landlord, there are two (2) options to ensure that they…

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The Arizona rental application is a form to be used for the screening process of a potential tenant to see if they are financially capable of paying the monthly payment. The landlord will be able to view the information and, if needed, obtain a credit report to see if there are any outstanding debts against the applicant. In addition to a background check, references may be required to verify that the previous rental experiences were positive for all parties involved…

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The Arizona five (5) day notice to quit is a document that a landlord will deliver to their tenant to provide them with a warning that, if the balance owed is not paid within five (5) days, they will be required to quit the premises of the property they’re renting. The balance may include interest or fees accrued due to the late payment of the owed rent. The form can be submitted via certified mail, regular first class mail, or it…

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The Arizona Commercial Lease Agreement enables the owner of property to lease it out to any willing occupant in need of retail, industrial, and office space. The commercial lease agreement differs from that of a residential lease in the fact that the landlord may not collect rent until the business of the tenant begins earning sufficient money to cover costs. The tenant will also have to gain the landlord’s permission before altering the property in any way. These are the three (3)…

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The Arizona sublease agreement form allows the current tenant of a property to share the rent with another individual, called the “sublessee.” In Arizona, subleasing is popular with college students and with those who want to reduce the sum of their monthly rent. However, take note that the sublessee does not directly pay the landlord. If the sublessee were to skip a payment, the original tenant, called the “sublessor” would be required to pay the landlord in full. It is…

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Non-Refundable Fees and Security Deposit(s) – Any and all deposits or non-refundable fees must be stated in the lease agreement in order for it to be legally acceptable (Statute 33-1321).

Move-in Checklist – The landlord must furnish the tenant with the move-in checklist prior to granting access so they are able to write any defects or repairs needed in order to protect their Security Deposit. The form is advised to be filled-in with the landlord present at the beginning and the end of the term (Statute 33-1321).

Pass-Through Tax – If at any time the local property taxes are increased, the landlord may pass the tax on to the tenant with at least thirty (30) days' notice. This statement must be in the lease agreement for the lease to be valid (Statute 33-1314).

Providing Lease – Landlord must show the tenant where to find this document. (Statute 33-1322).

Residential Landlord and Tenant Act (Revised July 3, 2015)


Maximum (§33-1321(A)) – One (1) and a half month’s rent.

Returning (§33-1321(D)) – Landlord must return the deposit within fourteen (14) days following the termination of the tenancy.


Landlord has the right to enter the property for any scheduled maintenance with at least two (2) days’ notice (§33-1343). Notice may be oral or written.


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