Landlord and Tenant Rights and Responsibilities

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Question: landlord is wanting to list the home for lease and have access to the home. Do they have this right? The lease is not up for 4 mote months. We have offered to leave earlier and she does not want that. But thinks she has the right to list and show the home.

Answer: Under the landlord/tenant act a landlord has a right to have "reasonable access" to "exhibit the dwelling unit to prospective...purchasers...or tenants". They must give at least two days notice of the intent to enter and can do so only at reasonable times. These provisions can be found at ARS 33-1343.

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  • landlord is wanting to list the home for lease and have access to the home. Do they have this right? The lease is not up for 4 mote months. We have offered to leave earlier and she does not want that. But thinks she has the right to list and show the home.

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