An Arizona room rental agreement defines and documents the terms and conditions of a rental arrangement for a specific room within a residential property. The subtenant has the right to use the rented space according to the terms outlined in the contract. This includes paying rent, adhering to house rules, and carrying out maintenance responsibilities.
The document integrates elements and provisions from the original lease and outlines the duties of the primary tenant who is subleasing a room within the rental property, focusing on the rented room rather than the entire property.
After How Long Does a Guest Become a Tenant in Arizona?
Under the state’s Residential Landlord and Tenant Act (Arizona Revised Statutes Title 33), guests can stay for 29 days before legally becoming tenants.
The exceptions include family members and relatives or guests staying for a temporary purpose, like medical treatment or work, if their stay is under 60 days.