A.R.S. §§ 33-1368, 1370, 1372: If a tenant is evicted and leaves personal property at the residence, the landlord is to inventory the property and hold the property for 21 days. The tenant is responsible for the cost of storage and removal of the personal property, but the landlord cannot hold the personal property hostage for back rent. A tenant does not have the right to enter and take until the costs of storage and removal are paid in full, except when it comes to clothing, tools and books of a trade, and identification/financial documents, which can be removed at any time. If no further effort is made to recover the personal property, it can be sold and the proceeds used to pay costs of storage, removal, back rent, and other costs. Any excess proceeds are to be mailed to the tenant at the tenant’s last-known address. Twelve months after the tenant makes no effort to obtain the excess proceeds (if there are any), revert to the landlord.