Disagreements between renters (tenants) and landlords (or property managers) are common place and when a resolution cannot be made between the two on their own, a landlord tenant attorney can often help.
Some of the more common issues include:
It is important to know what obligations you, as a landlord, have to provide to your tenants. Arizona Revised Statutes Section 33-1324 requires landlords to:
If the apartment does not have an individual utility meter and appliances (hot water heater, air-conditioning and heating unit, etc.), supply running water, reasonable amounts of hot water, air-conditioning or cooling and heating, where such units are installed and offered.
(This is a partial summary, not the full text of A.R.S. Section 33-1324.)