I believe in communication being the key to a transaction. Contact your property manager or owner and discuss the desired changes. The contract can be amended if both parties agree. Also read the Landlord Tenant Act so you are aware of your rights as a tenant.
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I have personally never seen a lease with penalties for modifications and I am not away of anything in the Landlord and Tenant Act that allows for penalties in this situation. The Landlord and Tenant Act can be found at http://www.azhousing.gov/ShowPage.aspx?ID=484&CID=11 .
As long as the changes do not compromise the condition of the property I don't see a reason why they wouldn't agree.
I would say I errored and did not remember some term that was important to me rereading the lease I wish to ask for an addendum if all parties agree then there are no penalties generally
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