Landlord and Tenant - Mobile Home Parks

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Question: Can the mobile home park have rules that contradict the landlord tenant act? I own my mobile home, in ch33 it says that a guest cannot be charged for until they stay more than 14 consecutive days in a given moth and then charged $1 per day. The landlord gave me an eviction notice and my friends have only stayed 10 daus. Also, am i obligated to tell the landlord the name of every person who stays the night? She is saying they have the right to know and approve of all guests that stay 3 nights. Ch33 does not support that.

Answer: A mobile home park landlord may not enact or enforce park rules that contradict Arizona law. Nor may a rental agreement provide that a mobile home park tenant waive or forgo any rights or remedies to which that tenant is entitled under Arizona law (A.R.S. 33-1414). Under the Arizona Mobile Home Parks Residential Landlord and Tenant Act (A.R.S. Title 33 Chapter 11), mobile home park landlords are permitted charge a guest fee (A.R.S. 33-1413), but only for guests who stay for more than a total of fourteen days in any calendar month (A.R.S. 33-1414). If the basis of your landlord’s attempt to evict you is your alleged non-compliance with the rental agreement (A.R.S. 1476), that attempt will not succeed if the rental agreement itself was inconsistent with A.R.S. Title 33 Chapter 11.

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  • Can the mobile home park have rules that contradict the landlord tenant act? I own my mobile home, in ch33 it says that a guest cannot be charged for until they stay more than 14 consecutive days in a given moth and then charged $1 per day. The landlord gave me an eviction notice and my friends have only stayed 10 daus. Also, am i obligated to tell the landlord the name of every person who stays the night? She is saying they have the right to know and approve of all guests that stay 3 nights. Ch33 does not support that.

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