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Question: I am renting a apt. that has a stove and refrigerator. The refrigerator quit working. Who is responsible for replacing it? Landlord or tenant?
Answer: The Arizona Residential Landlord and Tenant Act (A.R.S. Title 33 Chapter 10) and any specific terms and conditions consistent with that Act that were included in the rental agreement itself determine the particular duties of the landlord and the tenant. As a general rule, unless you were told by the landlord before you agreed to rent the apartment that the landlord would not be providing a working refrigerator, then the responsibility for replacing the refrigerator in the apartment should fall to the landlord.
I am renting a apt. that has a stove and refrigerator. The refrigerator quit working. Who is responsible for replacing it? Landlord or tenant?
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