Arizona Lease Agreements


TurboTenant’s Arizona lease agreement is a testament to meticulous drafting and thorough review by Arizona’s finest lawyers and landlords. The document is designed to ensure landlords remain compliant with state laws while providing protection as they rent out their properties. Let us delve into the framework of this essential leasing tool.

Section 1 – Personalization of Your Lease

In Section 1, landlords personalize the agreement with specific details about the lease. This includes participant names, the rental amount, and utility responsibilities. The lease creation process through TurboTenant allows for this information to be seamlessly integrated. The lease begins with a summary table to provide an overview, and subsequent sections elaborate on policies like smoking, utilities, and key management.

Key points in Section 1 include:

  • Additional Provisions: Here, landlords can outline property-specific rules or local clauses. Legal counsel is recommended to review these additional provisions.
  • Lost Key Policy: Tenants must shoulder the cost of rekeying if they fail to return all keys at the end of their tenancy.

Section 2 – Arizona-Specific Clauses

Section 2 is aligned with Arizona law and editable with the use of our Advanced Editor feature. Please note that changes made to Sections 2 and 3 of our leases may bring you out of compliance with state and/or local laws and consulting with an attorney on any changes is always recommended. . Noteworthy clauses within this section are:

  • Late Fees (Section 2.1): Rent is due on the 1st, with a late fee of 5% of the unpaid rent amount chargeable if not paid by 5:00 pm on the 5th.
  • Occupancy Limits and Guests (Section 2.5): The agreement specifies who can occupy the property and provides guidelines for guest visits.
  • Notification of Repairs (Section 2.7): Tenants are responsible for repair costs from misuse or negligence and must immediately report any significant issues.

Required Disclosures in the Arizona Lease Agreement

The Arizona lease agreement includes several mandatory disclosures:

  • Shared Utilities (Section 2.15): The lease must outline any shared utilities and detail the cost division formula.
  • Bed Bug Disclosure (Section 2.16): The lease must include information on any current or past bed bug infestations and knowledge of nearby infestations.
  • Pool Disclosure (Section 2.17): If the property has a pool, the lease must provide informational material regarding it.
  • Rent Adjustment Notification.
  • Landlord Tenant Act: A copy of this act must be attached to the lease.

Section 3 – General U.S. Landlord Clauses

This section contains standard clauses for lease agreements within the United States:

  • Subletting (Section 3.1): Tenants need written permission from the landlord to sublease the property.
  • Property Alterations (Section 3.2): Any changes to the property require written consent from the landlord.
  • Follow the Law (Section 3.14): Tenants must comply with all applicable laws and regulations.
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How can I include specific rules for my property in the lease agreement?

You can add specific property rules in the Additional Provisions section of Section 1. It is advisable to have these provisions reviewed by a lawyer.

What if a tenant does not return their keys?

Tenants are responsible for the cost of rekeying the property if they fail to return all keys at the end of their lease.

What is the allowed late fee in Arizona?

Landlords can charge a late fee of 5% of the unpaid rent amount if rent is not paid by 5:00 pm on the 5th of the month.

What disclosures are required in the Arizona lease agreement?

The lease must include disclosures about shared utilities, bed bug infestations, pool safety, rent adjustment notification and a copy of the Landlord Tenant Act.

TurboTenant’s Arizona lease agreement equips landlords with a robust, state-compliant, and customizable tool for their rental property management. With clearly defined sections for Arizona-specific clauses, general landlord-tenant best practices, and necessary disclosures, landlords can confidently manage their rental properties with legal assurance.

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