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Our Attorney Edited The Landlord-Tenant Law Section Of The Arizona Civil Remedies Manual

Leases are an everyday part of life in Arizona. The landlord-tenant relationship begins and ends without incident for many people, but that is not always the case. Some disputes can be resolved quickly while others can become complicated by the law and circumstances. In either situation, it is best to consult with a lawyer experienced in resolving these matters.

At The Law Offices of Mary T. Hone, PLLC in Scottsdale, we provide diligent representation for landlords and tenants involved in lease disputes and other matters. Our attorney has more than 25 years of experience handling landlord-tenant matters. Not only has she reviewed, drafted and litigated thousands of leases, but she also authored the landlord-tenant chapter in the newest publication of the Arizona Civil Remedies, used by colleagues and in law schools across the state.

We handle all lease disputes and related matters such as:

  • The landlord’s failure or refusal to return a security deposit
  • A renter’s rights when breaking the lease early
  • Habitability or the condition of the property
  • Forcible detainer/eviction matters
  • Wrongful withholding of tenant property
  • Disputes involving condo or home owner associations (HOA)
  • Non-payment issues

Do You Have Questions About Your Rights? Contact Our Attorney Today.

Whether you are a tenant trying to break your lease, or a landlord with a difficult tenant, our law office has the experience to help protect your rights. Call 602-903-7759 or complete our online form to schedule your consultation with our lawyer.

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