Process Server For Evictions In Maricopa County, Arizona
Let ASAP Serve, LLC serve your eviction papers. We offer special pricing of $55 for all eviction actions arising in the East Valley Justice Courts, and $69 for the West Valley courts. When you file your papers at the court, make sure the clerk gives you at least 6-7 days until the court date, and then call us promptly. Here is a link to the necessary eviction forms available on the county website . Remember to select the correct Court from the drop down list. http://justicecourts.maricopa.gov/Forms/8150-212-EA-Summons-Complaint.pdf
Here are links to 3 different forms written by attorneys. ASAP SERVE, LLC cannot tell you what form is correct for your needs and your situation could be different making your needs different. Please consult an attorney if you are not sure.
The purpose of an eviction action is to remove the tenant(s) from the property. Prior to filing an eviction, the landlord must give notice to the tenant. The notice may be personally delivered or sent certified mail. Notice is deemed to be received on the date it was personally handed to the tenant or five days after the notice is mailed.
Remove and dispose of trash
Keep all plumbing fixtures clean
Use electrical appliances, heating and air-conditioning systems and plumbing in a reasonable manner
Not damage the property or allow someone else to do so
Unless agreed otherwise, use the property only as a residence
Tell the tenant how to get a free copy of the Arizona Landlord and Tenant Act
Give the tenant a signed copy of the lease
Give the tenant possession of the residence
Comply with applicable building codes
Make necessary repairs so that the residence is habitable
Keep common areas clean
Maintain all electrical, plumbing, heating, and air-conditioning equipment
Provide for the removal of trash
Supply running water and reasonable amounts of hot water
ASAP Serve, LLC provides general information related to eviction actions designed to help users safely cope with their own legal needs. We do NOT provide legal advice and we are not a law firm. None of our employees are attorneys and they also do not provide legal advice. Although we go to great lengths to make sure our information is accurate and useful, we recommend you consult a lawyer if you want legal advice.