Forms and Notices

Due to the outbreak of the 2019 novel coronavirus (COVID-19), on July 16, 2020, Governor Douglas A. Ducey issued Executive Order 2020-49, which continues to permit tenants to qualify for delay in enforcement of eviction actions in certain circumstances. Tenants may use the available “Tenant Checklist – Actions a Tenant Must Take Based on Executive Order 2020-49” as a guide. 

If you would prefer to print forms for free without receiving assistance with filling out the forms, you may use the forms below.

The forms available on this site are generic and may be accepted by courts statewide. Please note that each court might have their own preferred forms. You can visit for more information about court-specific forms. 


Landlords can use the “notice” forms on this page to notify their tenants of failures to pay rent or breaches of the rental agreement. Giving the tenant a notice is usually required before the landlord can file an eviction action. Other forms on this page can be used by landlords or tenants for filing or defending an eviction action. There are also forms for a judgment in an eviction action, for a writ of restitution, or to vacate or modify a judgment that the court has already entered. Several of the forms on this page include instructions for their use. 

The most recent forms, designated with the word “NEW,” relate to COVID-19 issues:

  • To delay eviction until October 31, 2020, tenants must (1) notify or renotify their landlord of ongoing financial hardship and provide supporting documentation, (2) request a payment plan, (3) acknowledge that the contractual terms of the lease remain in effect and (4) provide supporting documentation by August 21, 2020, or as soon thereafter as possible, that they have applied for rental assistance (see Notice to Landlord form below). Tenants may use the available “Tenant Checklist – Actions a Tenant Must Take Based on Executive Order 2020-49” as a guide.
  • Through August 21, 2020 a tenant’s grounds for eviction enforcement delay may be based on COVID-19 circumstances regardless of loss of income (Notice to Landlord – 08/21/20). After August 21, the sole circumstance for delay of an eviction action is financial hardship related to the pandemic, and not due to illness or the need to quarantine alone. (Notice to Landlord – 10/31/20).
  • Landlords should use (1) "CARES Act 30-Day Notice for Failure to Pay Rent" before filing an eviction action, if applicable, (2) "Attestation of Plaintiff" at the time of filing, and (3) "Consent Order for Conditional Dismissal" after filing an eviction action, if applicable. 
Form Title Form No.
NEW - Notice to Landlord - Postponement of Eviction Action (10/31/20)  AOC EAGN21F  
Notice to Landlord - Postponement of Eviction Action (based on Executive Order 2020-14) (08/21/20) AOC EAGN20F   
NEW - Tenant Checklist – Actions a Tenant Must Take Based on Executive Order 2020-49  AOC LJEA9F  
NEW - CARES Act 30-Day Notice for Failure to Pay Rent
NEW - Attestation of Plaintiff - CARES Act Compliance by Plaintiff (sample satisfies AO 2020-119 requirements for landlords)
NEW - Consent Order for Conditional Dismissal

Form Title Form No.
Notice for Failure to Pay Rent: 5-Day Notice to Pay Rent AOC EAGN1F

Notice of Health and Safety Violation(s): 5-Day Notice to Comply (Fix or Correct Problem) AOC EAGN2F

Notice of Material Breach: 10-Day Notice to Comply (Fix or Correct Problem)

Notice of Material and Irreparable Breach: Immediate Notice to Move

Notice of Repeat Material or Health and Safety Breach: 10-Day Notice to Move

Form Title Form No. Instructions
Complaint and Summons Instructions

Plaintiff Procedures

Plaintiff Checklist For a Residential Eviction Action Filed in Justice Court AOC EAGN5K   
Complaint AOC LJEA2F
Residential Eviction Information Sheet (REIS) - Plaintiff must serve the REIS with the Complaint and Summons  AOC LJEA3F  
Bilingual (English/Spanish) Residential Eviction Information Sheet (REIS)  AOC LJEA3FS   
Answer and/or Counterclaim Instructions
Defendant Procedures
Answer LJEA00004F
Counterclaim MHJCEA3F

Reply to Counterclaim Instructions
Writ of Restitution
Motion to Vacate or Modify Judgment AOC GNGF2F  

The information offered on this site is made available as a public service and is not intended to take the place of legal advice. If you do not understand something, have trouble filling out any of the forms or are not sure these forms and instructions apply to your situation, see an attorney for help. Before filing documents with the court, you might consider contacting an attorney to help guard against undesired and unexpected consequences.

Not all forms may be accepted in all Arizona courts – you should contact the clerk of the court in which you will be filing to confirm the use of a particular form, determine whether any additional forms are required and verify the filing fees. The Supreme Court assumes no responsibility and accepts no liability for actions taken by users of these documents, including reliance on their contents.