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Question: I am being evicted from the RV park in which I live for false accusations. They are saying I have large amounts of traffic, loud noises, and having people living in my house that are not living there. None of this is true. My husband drives a taxi and will sometimes come home on his breaks after 10pm. They are saying that this is not permitted but as a resident should he not be allowed to come home for his break? We have no late night visitors and noone but my husband and I live in the home. What can I do to stop this eviction?

Answer: Non-compliance with a rental agreement in a long-term recreational vehicle rental space lease can lead to eviction. The process of eviction is generally the same as other tenancies, subject to the rules of the Arizona Recreational Vehicle Long-Term Rental Space Act. See A.R.S. § 33-2145. In an eviction action (known as “forcible detainer” in Arizona), a defendant can demand a jury trial and present evidence as in any other civil case. See A.R.S. § 12-1176(B). Parties should be careful to follow all the procedural rules necessary to present evidence in an eviction trial. Ariz. R. Evic. P. 12(c). For fact-specific information and advice, please contact an attorney.

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  • I am being evicted from the RV park in which I live for false accusations. They are saying I have large amounts of traffic, loud noises, and having people living in my house that are not living there. None of this is true. My husband drives a taxi and will sometimes come home on his breaks after 10pm. They are saying that this is not permitted but as a resident should he not be allowed to come home for his break? We have no late night visitors and noone but my husband and I live in the home. What can I do to stop this eviction?

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