Arizona 21 Day Notice to Recover or Forfeit Abandoned Personal Property for Residential from Landlord to Tenant
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This form is used by Landlord to notify the former Tenant that he has left items of personal property on the formerly leased premises, and that if Tenant does not recover the items of personal property within 21 days from receipt of this notice, the property will be forfeited to the Landlord, who will be free to use or dispose of it as he sees fit.
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