Arizona Rental Lease Agreement Templates | PDF | Word

Download free Arizona Rental Agreements for landlords to forge a legal agreement between themselves and a new tenant for commercial or residential space. Whether you are agreeing on monthly costs, deciding who covers what bills, or conducting a background check on a new tenant, the documents provided below are for any leasing situation. The documents all share one similarity; they all describe a tenant paying a monthly bill to a landlord in exchange for using space for a specified amount of time. The differences between the several documents can consist of who covers what costs associated with the property, or what type of commitment the tenant may agree upon.


In Arizona, the owner of a property may wish to lease his property to any willing occupant. With this form, the landlord may lease to a retail, industrial, or office business. Although similar to other lease agreements, the Commercial Lease Agreement differs in the fact that the landlord may not be given rent until the business tenant begins earning sufficient money. The tenant will also have to be given permission to seriously alter the property being rented. There are three…

According to Statute 33-1371 (Acceptance of partial payments) a property owner may issue the five (5) day notice to quit if the tenant has not paid rent. The tenant has up to five (5) days to pay all the rent that is owed to the landlord along with any penalties/fees in order to stay in compliance with the lease agreement. The landlord has the option of submitting the form via: Certified mail Regular first class mail Hand delivered Other

For individuals or parties that are unsure of their length of stay, this 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. As a landlord, there are two options to ensure your investment and property are safe. Your first option is to ask for a security deposit from the new tenants along with their first month’s pay of rent. This will ensure that if…

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 affording 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 references may be required to verify that the previous rental experiences have been acceptable in addition to prior employment information. According…

In the residential lease agreement, the tenant agrees to lease out a certain property for one year or longer. This agreement is the easiest and one of the most popular forms of lease agreements today. After the landlord conducts a credit check to confirm the tenant’s financial ability, the landlord will typically charge the tenant a security deposit (cost of one (1) months rent) to cover things such as damaged property, besides typical maintenance. During completion of the agreement, the landlord…

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

DISCLOSURES

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 may be 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 anytime 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 it to be acceptable (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)

SECURITY DEPOSITS – Statute 33-1321

Limit – One and a Half (1.5) Months.
Returning – Fourteen (14) Days.

LANDLORD’S RIGHT TO ENTRY Statute 13-1343

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