Landlord and Tenant - Mobile Home Parks

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Question: We have new owners. I own my mobile and rent lot. New owners not giving written leases. Just raising rents,and not giving written rules. Nothing getting signed. Is that legal.

Answer: The Arizona Mobile Home Parks Residential Landlord and Tenant Act states that upon the expiration of a written rental agreement for a specified term or the written renewal of a rental agreement, tenancy is on a month-to-month basis unless the landlord or the tenant requests a new written rental agreement. If the landlord and the tenant agree to the term of the rental agreement, then the rental agreement may be for any term. If the landlord and the tenant disagree on the term of the rental agreement, then the rental agreement must be for twelve months (A.R.S. 33-1413(H)). In other words, a mobile home park lot space tenant who wants a written lease must ask the landlord for one, and the landlord, once asked, must provide one.

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  • We have new owners. I own my mobile and rent lot. New owners not giving written leases. Just raising rents,and not giving written rules. Nothing getting signed. Is that legal.

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