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Question: I am trying to sell my mobile home but my landlord says that they have the right to walk through it and see the transaction between me and the new buyer is this correct
Answer: Unless they have specific, posted rules about this situation or a provision in your lease, it does not sound like they should have any authority to impose themselves on your private transaction. The only provision I could envision to the contrary would be one that allows them to screen any new tenant to make sure they are creditworthy, lack criminal history, etc. But they can only do this if it is specifically provided for in your lease, circulated rules and regulations, or the Arizona Mobile Home Parks Residential Landlord and Tenant Act. I do recommend you also consult the Arizona Mobile Home Parks Residential Landlord and Tenant Act found here: https://www.dfbls.az.gov/userfiles/files/MHP%20LTA_as%20of%20January%202012%20(3)(1).pdf Please note that I am providing general information based on the very limited information available to me. I am unable to provide you with legal advice, and no attorney-client relationship is created hereby. I wish you the best in this and all your endeavors.
I am trying to sell my mobile home but my landlord says that they have the right to walk through it and see the transaction between me and the new buyer is this correct
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