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Can a landlord change the duration of a periodic lease?

Can a landlord change the duration of a periodic lease?

Whether a periodic lease transfers to a new owner or remains with the current owner, the landlord can change any or all aspects of the lease, including ending it, with a notice that is the same as the duration between rental payments.

What happens to the lease when the owner sells the property?

When the owner sells a property, the lease moves with it and the sale has no effect on the lease. What can change, however, is the intent of the new owner. While the prior owner might have intended to rent the property to the same tenants for as long as they wanted to stay, the new owner may have other plans.

Can a new owner change the terms of a lease?

If you are on a term lease (like 6-months or a year) the new owner has to legally take over the lease and continue to uphold the lease agreement terms you agreed to. If you are a month-to-month tenant the new owner can change conditions of the lease if proper notice is given.

Can a landlord break a lease early in Arizona?

Early termination. Arizona tenants are permitted to legally break a lease early for the following reasons: Tenants who are unable to break a lease for these reasons may be liable to pay the remainder of the lease. Arizona landlords must make a reasonable effort to re-rent a unit.

Whether a periodic lease transfers to a new owner or remains with the current owner, the landlord can change any or all aspects of the lease, including ending it, with a notice that is the same as the duration between rental payments.

When the owner sells a property, the lease moves with it and the sale has no effect on the lease. What can change, however, is the intent of the new owner. While the prior owner might have intended to rent the property to the same tenants for as long as they wanted to stay, the new owner may have other plans.

Early termination. Arizona tenants are permitted to legally break a lease early for the following reasons: Tenants who are unable to break a lease for these reasons may be liable to pay the remainder of the lease. Arizona landlords must make a reasonable effort to re-rent a unit.

If you are on a term lease (like 6-months or a year) the new owner has to legally take over the lease and continue to uphold the lease agreement terms you agreed to. If you are a month-to-month tenant the new owner can change conditions of the lease if proper notice is given.

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