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Question: . Before the 5 days were up I went to the office to offer any back payments plus court fees and attorney fees plus 2-3 months in advance if theyed let us stay she told me corporate had to make that Decision So monday she would have an answer.I asked her if it was gonna be a issue because sunday is last day she said no,cause they asked u to stay for the answer. monday came no one was at office all day tues comes i had to go to work i get a call from office saying we have done a lock out its already done. Is that allowed ? Dont they have to give atleast 24 hrs? They said my stuff in storage 30?

Answer: Under Arizona law, a residential landlord may lock an evicted tenant out as soon as a judge has issued a writ of restitution (A.R.S. 12-1178). If you believe that your former landlord has acted unlawfully nevertheless, you should contact an attorney. There are links to free and low-cost legal services on this website (at http://www.azlawhelp.org/accessToJustice).

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  • . Before the 5 days were up I went to the office to offer any back payments plus court fees and attorney fees plus 2-3 months in advance if theyed let us stay she told me corporate had to make that Decision So monday she would have an answer.I asked her if it was gonna be a issue because sunday is last day she said no,cause they asked u to stay for the answer. monday came no one was at office all day tues comes i had to go to work i get a call from office saying we have done a lock out its already done. Is that allowed ? Dont they have to give atleast 24 hrs? They said my stuff in storage 30?

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