Landlord and Tenant Rights and Responsibilities

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Tenant Self-Help Repairs

Do you rent? Do you need some repairs? Find out how you can fix them yourself, the right way.

Frequently Asked Questions about Mediation

Discover what mediation is and how it can help you.

WHAT IF I RENT A HOUSE THAT'S IN FORECLOSURE - The Protecting Tenants at Foreclosure Act

by: Arizona Foundation for Legal Services & Education

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Where to Find an Attorney for Specific Legal Advice

 All legal service programs in Arizona differ, and their criteria for accepting cases vary as well. Find out what programs are available and where to go for assistance.

The Landlord Tenant Relationship

Basic information about landlord obligations and renter obligations based upon the Arizona Residential Landlord and Tenant Act.

by: Community Legal Services - Central Office

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Small Claims Court Process

What to do if your landlord does not meet his or her obligations or you disagree with the landlord's list of damages.

by: Community Legal Services - Central Office

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Security Deposits

What is a security deposit and what steps need to be taken to get it back upon moving out of a residence.

by: Community Legal Services - Central Office

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Arizona Residential Landlord and Tenant Act

This article provides information about the rights and responsibilities of Landlords and Tenants for apartment and home rentals.

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Question: If we live in a gated senior community, what is the responsibility of the Landlord to notify residents of an uptick in crime?
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Question: Can a property manager waive the application fee if I am a senior citizen and disabled
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Question: Does AZ Landlord Tenant Act apply to senior living facilities, specifically independent living facilities where residents contract with the facility includes some meals, use of facilities' transportation services, etc? (To be clear, I am not asking about assisted living facilities.)
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Question: I am a senior and live in 202 HUD housing. Management just put notices up on my apartment building: "No Mask No Entry." Is my apartment building considered a Public Place/Setting according to the new Tucson/Pima County Ordinances regarding Face Coverings? If so, and I refuse to wear one technically I could be restricted access to my apartment.
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Question: I am asking for my 89-year-old parents who live in a senior independent living facility in Tucson. They are coming up on a lease renewal in mid June, however, we are planning to move them to another Senior independent living facility in Sept or October to get them closer to me, as I am their primary caregiver. Can they get out of this new lease without penalty?
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