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Arizona Month-to-Month Lease Agreement

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Updated on June 5th, 2023

An Arizona month-to-month lease agreement is a contract executed by a landlord and a tenant to establish a periodic rental arrangement that renews monthly. Many of the terms and conditions contained in this agreement are also found in standard lease agreements and other rental contracts. By signing the document, the tenant agrees to maintain the premises, pay rent on time, obey the landlord’s rules, and adhere to all rental laws of the state of Arizona. The main difference between a month-to-month lease and a standard lease is that the month-to-month renews each month and continues in perpetuity while the standard lease is a fixed-term lease. Either party can end the rental arrangement without cause as long as they provide the other party at least thirty (30) days’ notice.

Notice For Terminating – Thirty (30) days (§ 33-1375(b))

Tenant Screening Arizona Rental Application

Disclosures (9)

  1. Bed Bugs
  2. Fees
  3. Landlord-Tenant Act
  4. Lead-Based Paint Disclosure
  5. Move-in / Move-out Checklist
  6. Names and Addresses
  7. Pool Safety Notice
  8. Taxes
  9. Utility Charges

1) Bed Bugs

Tenants must be given educational material to better inform them on the subject of preventing and handling bed bugs.

2) Fees

Any non-refundable fees collected by the landlord must be previously stated in writing. Any fees not stated as non-refundable in writing will be considered refundable.

3) Landlord-Tenant Act

New tenants must be informed in writing that the Arizona Residential Landlord and Tenant Act is available on the Department of Housing website.

4) Lead-Based Paint Disclosure

The landlord and tenant must sign this form if the rental unit was constructed before 1978.

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5) Move-in/Move-out Condition Checklist

This form should be filled out by the tenant when they move into the premises to inspect for damage. The landlord can then cross-check the move-in checklist with a move-out inspection at the termination of the tenant’s tenancy.

6) Names and Addresses

Before or upon commencement of tenancy, the landlord must provide the names and addresses of the person authorized to manage the premises and an owner of the property (or person authorized to act on their behalf) for the purposes of service of process and receiving demands and notices.

7) Pool Safety Notice

If the rental unit has a swimming pool, this form should be provided to new tenants explaining their responsibilities regarding pool safety.

8) Taxes

If a municipality charges and increases the transaction privilege tax on the rental unit, the landlord may adjust the rent. If this is the case, the landlord must give the tenant at least thirty (30) days’ notice.

9) Utility Charges

The landlord may charge separately for gas, water, wastewater, solid waste removal, or electricity with a submetering system or a ratio utility system. If this is the case, the rental agreement should specify which utilities are charged and disclose any applicable administration fees.