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How can I terminate my lease early without penalty due to an on going rodent infestation?

Response by Carlton C. Casler: Use a 5-Day Notice of Noncompliance Materially Affecting Health and Safety (see ARS Section 33-1368(A)). Specify the rodent infestation on the notice. Get evidence of the rodent infestation (i.e., photos, witnesses, etc.). If the landlord does not cure the default within 5 calendar days, then you may terminate the rental agreement and move.

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