Landlord and Tenant - Mobile Home Parks

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Mobile Home Park Residential Landlord and Tenant Rights and Obligations

Mobile home parks and homes have specific laws that are different than other types of housing. For more information about the laws that surround the landlord and tenant relationship read this article.


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 All legal service programs in Arizona differ, and their criteria for accepting cases vary as well. Find out what programs are available and where to go for assistance.


The Law for Mobile Home Parks

Read the Mobile Home Parks Residential Landlord and Tenant Act (Title 33, Chapter 11 of the Arizona Revised Statutes) -the law that governs the rental of mobile home spaces and rights and obligations of landlord and tenant.

by: Arizona Secretary of State

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Question: we were evicted from a trailer court recently but i own my trailer outright, paid for free and clear. Can the park take my trailer from me? Its too old to move and they say that if I sell it I have to sell it for a minimum of what is owed to them or they will evict the new owner. That doesnt seem right to me.
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Question: I own a mobile home in a park does the landlord have the right to tell me that I can't live in my Mobile on their lot in the park
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Question: I see repeatedly in agreements that Tenant is "responsible" for insuring the mobile home. The Act itself doesn't address this, and the agreements also state the Act supersedes the agreements. Is insuring the mobile home a "requirement" in Arizona, or a Tenant "responsibility" which a Tenant could choose to do or not do?
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Question: I own my mobile home but rent my space. The electric lines running from the pedistal are in need of repair. Is this my responsibility as a mobile home owner or the park responsibility AZ the power is coming from their pedestal?
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Question: I own my trailer but rent the space. The owner of the park passed away and we were left alone for a few months. Rent checks were returned and it was chaos. I received a certified letter saying I have not paid rent for 4 months, when I know I have. I have proof for 1 of those months, but cannot find the others. The office is open for 3 hours a day while I'm at work, so I stick it in the outside mailbox that is locked. Other tenants have received the same notice and said they also paid. Some tenants are also suing the park for abandonment. What can I do to prevent paying rent twice? Thank you
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