Landlord and Tenant - Mobile Home Parks

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Question: landlord last month told all residents of the park that we are going to have to make rent payments online. they have set it up through a company called "PayLease" and are planning to make an addendum to current lease and all future tenants will also be required to pay online. a fee will be charged if tenants want to pay by check or cash. is there anything we can do?

Answer: Here's always a good place to start, especially with Mobile Home Parks: https://www.dfbls.az.gov/userfiles/files/MHP%20LTA_as%20of%20January%202012%20(3)(1).pdf Also, the Attorney General is often very interested in the goings on at mobile home parks, especially when they cost tenants more money. You may consider calling their consumer/landlord-tenant hotline. It can be found with a google search. You should consult A.R.S. 33-1413 and 33-1432(F) closely as they pertain to leases and rent increases. Arguably, this constitutes a rent increase. Please note that I am providing you with general information based on the limited information available to me. I am unable to provide legal advice, and no attorney-client relationship is hereby created. I wish you the best.

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  • landlord last month told all residents of the park that we are going to have to make rent payments online. they have set it up through a company called "PayLease" and are planning to make an addendum to current lease and all future tenants will also be required to pay online. a fee will be charged if tenants want to pay by check or cash. is there anything we can do?

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