Q: Landlord wants to live in rental is this legal reason to evict? In az.
Gave my daughter son in law 4 granddaughters 30 days to vacate. They can't find place that quickly. Month to month. No lease.
A: Here's a link to a guidebook put out by the AZ Secretary of State: https://www.azag.gov/sites/default/files/sites/all/docs/civil-rights/fha/TenantRightsResponsibilities.pdf
From Part 6:
If your lease is month-to-month, to terminate your lease, you or the landlord must give the other written notice at least thirty (30) days before the end of the last month you plan to live in the home.
1. This means that you cannot plan to move out in the same month you give notice. For example, if you normally pay rent the first of the month and you want to move out by the end of May, you should give the landlord your 30-day notice before May 1. If you don’t give your notice until May 1 or after, then your lease will not terminate until the end of June and you will be responsible for June’s rent.
A: With a month to month lease, either party can end the lease with a 30 day written notice from the next rent paying date. Please see the Arizona Residential Landlord and Tenant Act. So as long as you give the proper notice and wait the proper amount of time, you can evict your daughter. You can evict them sooner if they are breaking the lease in some other way, like not paying any rent.
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