Arizona Repair Request Letter To Landlord

 

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A Firm Reminder To The Landlord To Oblige And Make Necessary Property Repairs

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Pursuant to the housing codes of Arizona, it is the responsibility of the landlord to make repairs and maintenance to the property to ensure that tenants have safe and habitable housing. Landlords must ensure that the property condition is regularly checked for leaking roofs, repainting, a collapsed ceiling, proper air conditioning and other damages that are as a result of regular wear and tear. Electrical, plumbing, sanitary and sewerage systems should also be checked and regularly maintained to maintain a livable environment for the tenant. If there is a case of an emergency resulting from natural disasters such as storms, fire and floods it is the landlord’s responsibility to ensure that the premise is restored and repairs caused are tended to. Landlords in Arizona must also not allow a tenant to unknowingly move into a property infested with bedbugs and if bed bugs are present in the property, you as the tenant need to inform the landlord immediately.

According to the housing laws in Arizona, tenants are responsible for repairs resulting from their own negligence and this includes things like broken bathroom amenities, damaged hinges, clogged sinks due to improper use and broken doorknobs. Provided that you regularly pay your rent in time, the landlord must make regular maintenance and repairs on the property to make sure that it is safe and habitable.

Sending a professionally written letter to the landlord must be done to ensure that your rights are clearly expressed and that you continue living in a safe and fit rental unit. This HomeTitan Request for repair letter lets the landlord know that you are aware of your rights as a tenant and also reminds them that their obligation to make regular maintenance and repairs must be observed, failure of which allows you to take legal action against them.This letter also gives the landlord a “reasonable time” to oblige by making the necessary remedies as required by Arizona state laws.As a tenant, it is also advisable to take photos and/or videos showing the areas that need maintenance and send them to the landlord along with this letter.

Can I repair and deduct in Arizona?
Arizona housing laws allows tenants to withhold the rent until the necessary repairs are made or “repair and deduct”, which is basically repairing any damages and deducting it from the rent. But because this can bring about unnecessary disputes, the best option is to send the request for repair letter first.

Send this letter through certified mail to get a return receipt and delivery details and keep a copy as future proof.

Contains the Explicit & Clear Arizona State Law
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Arizona Letter Specifications

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Our letters for Arizona renters are tailored to your state, with the right laws to get your landlord’s attention. We’ve taken care of the Repair Request details so there’s no hassle on your part to find the right law and craft an approrpriate letter. Our letters have been used in Arizona and all over America with great success.

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Additional Information Concerning Repair Request Issues in Arizona

https://www.nolo.com/legal-encyclopedia/arizona-tenant-rights-withhold-rent-repair-deduct.html
https://www.thebalance.com/tenants-rights-in-arizona-2125171
https://www.abc15.com/news/let-joe-know/getting-your-rental-home-fixed
https://www.azleg.gov/ars/33/01324.htm
http://azlawhelp.org/articles_info.cfm?sc=24&mc=3&articleid=25
https://www.azleg.gov/ars/33/01364.htm