A.R.S. § 33-2301 - Commercial Tenant's Right To Information Regarding Telecommunications Provider

A.R.S. § 33-2301 is part of Title 33, Chapter 21 of the Arizona Revised Statutes (A.R.S. § 33-2301-2302), which address a tenant’s right to request a commercial landlord to provide information on companies that provide telecommunications services to the building in question. The statute provides: 

A. For any commercial building in this state on request of a prospective tenant, the owner of the building shall provide to the prospective tenant written notice of the names of any currently available telecommunications service providers that have equipment, property or connections in place at the building to provide telecommunications services to the tenant. The owner shall provide that notice to the tenant after the tenant's request at or before entering into any lease or rental agreement with the tenant.
B. This state and any of its political subdivisions shall not require the owner of a commercial building to accept or maintain facilities or services from one or more providers of telecommunications services.
C. For the purposes of this chapter, "telecommunications" means the transmission of information between users that does not change the form or content of the information and includes commercial cable services.

Although the definition of “telecommunications” can be subject to different interpretations, if you reasonably believe a commercial building owner has refused to provide the names of service providers before entering into a lease agreement and you have been damaged by that failure, you should discuss the matter with a commercial landlord tenant lawyer.