Updated on March 18th, 2023
An Arizona 2-day notice to enter gives a letter and acts as a notification to a tenant that the landlord will access the property. This is common for repairs, maintenance, and showings when entering the rental property is required.
Emergency Access (ARS 33-1343(C)) – The landlord has the right to enter the rental property in the event of an emergency.
In Arizona, a landlord is required to give 2 days’ notice if entering the tenant’s property for any of the following reasons:
- Repairs and maintenance;
- Supply necessary or agreed-upon services;
- Showing the property (e.g. potential tenants, buyers, etc.); or
- Allowing workmen and contractors to access.
Statute: ARS 33-1343(C)