The Arizona 5-Day Notice is for Tenants who have violated the Lease by committing a health or safety violation. Tenants have 5 days to cure the violation or vacate the property.

Arizona Health & Safety Violation

Under Arizona law, Tenants have an obligation to:

  • Keep the rental unit in a clean and safe condition;
  • Comply with all building codes;
  • Dispose of all trash in a safe manner;
  • Keep plumbing fixtures in clean condition;
  • Use all plumbing, electrical, and HVAC appliances in a reasonable way;
  • Use all appliances in a safe manner; and
  • Not interfere with neighbors’ enjoyment of their property.

Failure to comply with these obligations and maintain the premises in a healthy and safe way could result in the termination of the Tenant’s Lease Agreement.

Examples of health and safety violations include:

  • Unsupervised pets
  • Unsafe appliances
  • Newspapers piled up creating a fire hazard
  • Excessive trash and rubbish on the property.

If a Tenant breaches the Lease Agreement by committing a health and safety violation, the Tenant has 5 days to cure the violation or vacate the property.

Customize a 5-Day Notice online to address the violation. This is a required first step in the eviction process.