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Question: Can my landlord evict me after renting fir one eeek on a 6 month lease
Answer: In Arizona, eviction actions are called “special detainer” actions (A.R.S. 33-1337). Under the Arizona Residential Landlord and Tenant Act (A.R.S. Title 33 Chapter 10), a landlord may undertake a “special detainer” action if and when (1) a tenant violates one of the tenant’s obligations (such as the obligation to pay rent) and (2) as a result of this violation by the tenant the landlord wishes to retake possession of the rental unit. Regardless of when a tenant moved into the rental unit, the landlord may seek the eviction of that tenant – first by providing the tenant with formal written notice and second by asking a court to order that the tenant vacate the rental unit – for: (1) not paying rent in full and on time (2) failing to properly maintain the rental unit in a way that materially affects health and safety (for example, by engaging in criminal activity on the property; by violating applicable building codes; by willfully or negligently causing damage or destruction; by not or improperly disposing of garbage and other waste; or by improperly using electrical, plumbing, sanitary, heating, ventilating, air-conditioning, and other facilities and appliances) or (3) violating the rental agreement (for example, by providing false information on the rental application).
Can my landlord evict me after renting fir one eeek on a 6 month lease
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