Yes. The Arizona Residential Landlord and Tenant Act was amended in July 2010 and a new statute was added – A.R.S. Section 33-1331. In short, the statute says that if a rental property is already in foreclosure, then the landlord must inform the tenant of this fact before the landlord enters into a new rental agreement with the tenant. Under this new statute, it is clear that the landlord must disclose the foreclosure before entering into a new fixed term lease with a tenant. That would apply to a brand new tenant (whether that tenant is signing a new fixed term lease or a new month-to-month lease) AND to an existing tenant who will be signing a new fixed term lease. What is not clear is whether it applies to a month-to-month agreement that existed before July 2010 (when the statute became effective), which renews automatically each month (until/unless canceled by one of the parties) and that continues to renew automatically after July 2010. Similarly, it is also unclear whether it applies to a fixed term lease that began before July 2010, but has expired (either before or after July 2010) and now continues on a month-to-month basis.