Landlord and Tenant - Mobile Home Parks

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Question: I own the mobile home rent the lot it has Two parking spots i leave a vehicle here year around. This year I drove my motor home down and parked it in the second parking spot. Not in the way of any thing. Has the land lord got the right to tell me I can't park it there.

Answer: The rights and obligations of the landlord and the tenant are determined by the relevant law (including the Arizona Mobile Home Parks Residential Landlord and Tenant Act) as well as whatever the rental agreement between the landlord and the tenant says, whatever the park’s formal written policies say, and whatever the park’s formal written rules and regulations say. What this means is that so long as the parking of a motor home in a mobile home park tenant’s parking spot does not (for example) “disturb the tenant’s neighbors’ peaceful enjoyment of the premises” (A.R.S. 33-1451(A)(5)) and is not prohibited by the rental agreement or by the park’s policies or the by park’s rules and regulations, then in theory it should be permissible. A tenant whose landlord is claiming that some particular conduct (such as the parking of a motor home) is prohibited may wish to request from the landlord a letter stating precisely how that conduct is in violation of the Arizona Mobile Home Parks Residential Landlord and Tenant Act, the rental agreement, the park’s policies, or the park’s rules and regulations.

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  • I own the mobile home rent the lot it has Two parking spots i leave a vehicle here year around. This year I drove my motor home down and parked it in the second parking spot. Not in the way of any thing. Has the land lord got the right to tell me I can't park it there.

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