Arizona Notice of Irreparable Breach | Immediate Notice to Quit

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Updated June 01, 2022

An Arizona Notice of Irreparable Breach is a form that urgently notifies the tenant that they have violated the rental agreement beyond repair and they must leave immediately.

If a tenant breaches the rental agreement that is both irreparable and material which occurs on the rented property, the landlord by law has the power to deliver a written notice for immediate termination of the rental agreement. Activities, not limited to, such as prostitution, criminal street gang activity, unlawful manufacturing, and acts that are found to constitute a nuisance that threatens the health or safety of the landlord apply to an irreparable breach.

LawsA.R.S. § 33-1368(A)(2)

How to Write

Step 1 – Fill out the empty fields with the following information:

  • Tenant’s Name
  • Tenant’s Address (If applies, add apartment number)
  • Date
  • List and Describe the Irreparable Breaches
  • Signature of Landlord/Owner/Agent

Step 2 – Deliver the Notice of Irreparable Breach form to the tenant. Considering the situation is urgent, delivering the notice in person is most effective. If you, the landlord, feel endangered by the tenant, send the notice by certified/registered mail.