Arizona Standard Residential Lease Agreement Template

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An 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, and the payment of utilities must be discussed and relayed within the form prior to execution.

Something that should be taken care of for every lease agreement is an individual background check. This gives the landlord a glimpse into the individual’s financial history and criminal history, ensuring the landlord that the tenant will be able to pay rent in a timely manner.

LawsTitle 33, Chapter 10 (Residential Landlord and Tenant Act)

Required Disclosures

  • Fees (§ 33-1321) – Any fee stated in the agreement that is non-refundable must specifically state that it is non-refundable or else the amount is refundable.
  • Landlord-Tenant Act (§ 33-1322) – The landlord must furnish the tenant a copy of the Arizona Residential Landlord and Tenant Act (Title 34, Chapter 3) upon the lease authorization.
  • All tenants must be provided with the move-in/move-out worksheet. (§ 33-1321(C))
  • All tenants must be made aware of the infestation of bed bugs, if applicable. If there is an infestation, they should be given the information sheet to be made aware of how to get rid of them. (§ 33-1319)
  • Notice (§ 33-1322) – Landlord must disclose the person(s) managing the property and give contact information for any legal notices. This is commonly written in the lease agreement.
  • Shared Utility Charges (§ 33-1314.01) – If the landlord bills the tenant based on a shared meter, the computation for how it is charged must be in the rental contract. The landlord may reimburse themselves for any administrative costs for calculating and paying the utility.

Federal Disclosures

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