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Question: Does the landlord have the right to change locks on my buisness without notice.Have not paid my rent.Am trying to make arrangements.
The following is provided for general information only. To find out how the law applies to a specific situation, contact an attorney directly. In a commercial or business setting ARS 33-361 A allows a landlord to take possession (and change the locks) if there is a material breach of the lease. Failure to pay rent would generally be considered a material breach.
Does the landlord have the right to change locks on my buisness without notice.Have not paid my rent.Am trying to make arrangements.
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