The Arizona 30-day notice to quit allows either party to a residential tenancy (landlord or tenant) to terminate said tenancy without cause by giving the other person at least thirty (30) days notice. If a landlord uses this notice to terminate a month-to-month tenancy, the tenant has thirty (30) days to pack up their things and vacate the premises. If the tenant maintains possession of the property after the notice period has ended, they are a tenant at sufferance and they could be legally evicted. The landlord can only start an eviction proceeding if the tenant does not move out after thirty (30) days have passed since the notice to quit was served.
Laws – § 33-1375(B)