Arizona Immediate Notice for Irreparable Breach | Incurable Notice to Quit

The Immediate Notice for Irreparable Breach is a document provided to landlord’s, by the courts of Arizona, for a tenant who has breached their lease agreement to the extent that is not curable.

This may be from all of the following:

  • Weapons charge
  • Prostitution
  • Criminal gang and/or drug activity
  • Threats and/or intimidation
  • Violation threatens the safety of the landlord and/or other tenants
  • Serious property damage
  • Any act that constitutes a nuisance per Statute 33-1368(A)

How to Write

Step 1 – Download in Adobe PDF or Microsoft Word (.doc).

Step 2 – Enter the tenant’s name, address, apt no., and date in the Header Area.

Step 3 – List, up to five (5), acts that the tenant has done to be considered in breach

Step 4 – Owner/Landlord (or agent) must sign the document.

Step 5 – The form must then be served on the Defendant. It is recommended to serve via Certified Letter.