Landlord-Tenant Issues

Whether you are a landlord seeking to evict a residential or commercial tenant, or a tenant whose landlord is refusing to return your security deposit or is wrongfully evicting you, understanding and interpreting the Arizona Landlord-Tenant Act is essential. Our attorneys are experienced and educated in landlord-tenant issues.

Both in Justice Court for smaller landlord-tenant disputes, and in Superior Court for larger ones, settlement conferences before trial are generally required. As discussed earlier in These Practice Areas, our attorneys have extensive ADR (Alternative Dispute Resolution) experience.

Frequently Asked Questions about Landlord-Tenant Law



Owner Liable for Tenant’s Violation of CC&Rs

March 15, 2020

Question: We leased our Gilbert home last summer while we were in Europe. One week after we moved back into…

dog bite

Liability for Dog Bite — Dog Owner or Landlord?

March 1, 2020

Question: We own a rental home in Peoria. Last week our tenant’s German Shepherd escaped through a hole in the…

security deposit

Landlord Must Notify Tenant of Deposit Status Within 14 Business Days After Lease

February 16, 2020

Question: We rented a small furnished home in Phoenix. A burning cigarette severely damaged a sofa which was worth no…


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