In Arizona there is a statute pertaining to bedbugs, but only in rental situations. It prohibits landlords from renting when they know bedbugs are present. The law also provides that if a tenant discovers it has bedbugs, it must notify the landlord in writing. If bedbugs are present, the law does not require that the landlord treat for them. And there is nothing that says a landlord can’t charge the tenant for the treatment. In the case of a sale of a home the law is silent. But as the presence of bedbugs is a material fact, the seller must disclose their presence to a buyer.