Air Conditioning (A/C) Issues

A landlord must supply reasonable air conditioning and cooling in units that have an air conditioning unit installed, or where air conditioning is offered. Arizona law provides remedies that tenants may use when the air conditioning fails in the tenant’s rented home. However, these remedies are not available if the tenant, tenant’s family, or guest caused the air conditioning to stop working by a deliberate or careless act, or failing to act.  
  A.R.S. means Arizona Revised Statutes and RPEA means Rules of Procedure for Eviction Actions.
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