Address: 1218 W Monroe St, Phoenix, AZ 85007, USA
They know how to help you get out of your situation and will make you better protected against landlords. He does a lot for his clients. Thanks ATA!
Extremely rude!!!!! Would not even let me ask a question. Don't waste your time, just another greedy "lawyer".
Ken is extremely knowledgeable about Arizona tenant law and I would recommend his service to anyone.
Kens a THIEF not only will he take your money but after signing you up he will not follow through with the advocate program. Don’t waste your time and money find an actual lawyer that will help with your issue.
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I'd check out other advocate groups as well, not just this one.
How does word provide get twisted to acessable?
Ohhh...not sure completely, but it's probably for the safety of both you and landlord if the children are not yours by birth, but maybe another family member's children? You should help them, help you to protect your rights as a legal guardian. If they are yours, only a photo copy of a birth certificate would be all that's necessary.
Clair is the BEST! She took good care of me. Thanks Clair!!
Call the Tennant Advocates number at their Tempe office. Ask for their thoughts on this. They may not check Google. I used them to break a lease. They did a great job and got me every penny of security and 2nd month rent
Contact tenant advocates. They can help
If you are still under lease and want to move without paying the extra $400. Call Tent Advocates right a way. They'll, start the process of terminating your lease so you can find a more reasonably priced place to live.
Not unless it's your lock and you tell them to
I would suggest that you call Arizona tenants and ask them that question because they will give you a direct answer like they did with me with my situation so give him a call it's 5:47 p.m. right now so I suggest call him right now because they close at 6 p.m.
Under A.R.S. § 33-1363 you can perform a self-help repair of minor defects. Arizona Tenants Advocates has an article on this remedy in the Tenants Library section of our website. If you have any other questions, we'd be happy to assist you at (480) 557-8905
It can be two per room plus 1 for living room. So a one bedroom is 3
There's not really a specified time frame for carpet replacement. You can check with the IRS to get an estimated depreciation time frame for carpet. However, unless you can prove that the carpet is a health or safety violation you can not demand it to be replaced. Are you being billed for it or wanting it removed?
Is it stipulated in the lease? There are many rules that landlords put into leases that are illegal, such as giving up your right to a jury trial if you have to sue them in civil court. However, Arizona is a landlord friendly state meaning judges will give the landlord the benefit of the doubt and find in favor of the landlord. Before you sign any lease, thoroughly read it and if you have questions about the wording or the stipulations, look it up or ask an attorney. Do not ask the landlord what it means. Remember, you don't have to move into any rental that has rules you are uncomfortable with.
There is no law in the Arizona Tenant Act that obligates the landlord to give notice, therefore it is left up to the descretion of the landlord. It must be cited in the lease on what or if notice is required by tenant and or landlord when choosing not to renew.
I'm not affiliated with the company. I'm a vendor to them. I suggest you call them on Saturday.
Give Ken & Claire a call! Seriously, tell them Crys sent you! They are so thorough & extremely effective! ATA was the best!
Part A . 33-1413.01. in the landlord tenant act states that there needs to be separate meters for each unit with explaination of charge and opening and closing meter reading
Call Tennant advocates immediately. They may not check this. Ask them what to do. They helped me tremendously. Call them directly. Like right now. Dont wait.
Theyre not going to give a straight answer on here you'll have to call. But i believe if you have given written notice (best to do certified mail and if its refused keep it unopened) three times, and allow 10 days for a response after each time. If they dont fix it at that point, you can either break lease, or hire someone to do the work and bill the landlord for it.
Technically for illegally breaking the lease i think they can.
Unfortunately I believe so. Any payment for rent would automatically be applied to any rent owed. Rent includes taxes. So if you were making a payment each month but not in full, the management company wouldn't be obligated to inform you that amount you were paying was insufficient. When renewing your lease if this was brought to tour attention I do not believe there would be any option out. Sorry.
Only if the lease indicates a no pet policy would the landlord be able to serve a 10 notice for the violation. However, keep in mind that if the landlord persists after the 10 day cure period has lapsed, by deeming it an irreparable breach. The landlord may file in court for the eviction in which your daughter would have the represent why there was no breach.
Karen, We would be happy to address all of the rights your daughter has in regards to AC in the Arizona Tenant Act. please give us a call at 480-557-8905.
You and your significant other are mutually and severally responsible for the rent. Meaning, if she doesn't cover her half, you would still be required to cover it if you did not want to suffer the repercussions as well. You would be entitled to take her to court for reimbursement of any rent that you had to cover on her behalf. I don't believe the landlord would evict only one individual from the property. If you are looking at ways of terminating your lease so you would be responsible please contact us at 480-557-8905.
I would call AZ Tenants Advocates in the morning. Don't hesitate.
Yes, however, they are not allowed to take pictures inside of your property. EXAMPLE. The landlord takes a picture of the wall and your dresser is in front of said wall. Ok. The landlord opens your dresser drawers and takes picture of its contents. NOT OK. There is some room for grey area. ie; inside the kitchen cabinets or closets, since the property belongs to the landlord is okay.
Yes, as long as the landlord is giving you a 2 day notice prior to coming to the property.
It all depends on the verbiage of the lease. If the lease states that either party must give a 60 day notice if not renewing, you would not be responsible for vacating until the days days have passed. Please review the lease thoroughly, there is no standard for giving notice.
There is no outdoor temperature. In Phoenix the temp for Air conditioning to be required must be taken 3 feet from the floor in the center of the room. This temperature must exceed 82 degrees for AC and 86 degrees for evaporative cooling.
Unfortunately, landlords in Arizona aren't required to provide receipts for rental payments. We tried to get the law about this changed years ago, but the state legislators were disinterested. As to rent increases, only a month-to-month tenancy only a 30-day notice of rent increase is mandated.
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If you are involved in a court proceeding you should consult an attorney. We have one listed on the Arizona Tenants Advocates website, in the Links and Resources section.
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