Eviction

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Question: If the landlord says there was illegal activities were occurring but has no proof, can they give you an immediate eviction notice without reasonable cause or without going to court?

Answer:

The Arizona Residential Landlord and Tenant Act explains your rights as a tenant and special detainer actions. (http://www.azhousing.gov/azcms/uploads/PUBLICATIONS/Landlord%20Tenant%20Act%20-12-31-12.pdf) This section in the act describes a tenant’s rights and remedies: § 33-1368 Noncompliance with rental agreement by tenant; failure to pay rent; utility discontinuation; liability for guests; definition. This section details the procedure for eviction and notices to be served: § 33-1377 Special detainer actions; service; trial postponement. Please read your lease for further details and conditions

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The Arizona Residential Landlord and Tenant Act explains your rights as a tenant and special detainer actions. .

ARS § 33-1368  describes a tenant’s rights and remedies: Noncompliance with rental agreement by tenant; failure to pay rent; utility discontinuation; liability for guests; definition.

ARS § 33-1377details the procedure for eviction and notices to be served:  Special detainer actions; service; trial postponement. Please read your lease for further details and conditions

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