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Arizona Mobile Home Parks Residential Landlord and Tenant Act

Arizona Revised Statutes Title 33, Chapter 11

Article 1General Provisions
33-1401Short title
33-1402Purposes
33-1403Supplementary principles of law applicable
33-1404Administration of remedies; enforcement
33-1405Settlement of disputed claim or right
33-1406Territorial application
33-1407Exclusions from application of chapter
33-1408Jurisdiction and service of process; recovery of attorney fees; treble damages
33-1409General definitions
33-1410Obligation of good faith
33-1411Unconscionability
33-1412Notice
33-1413Terms and conditions of rental agreement
33-1413.01Utility charges; waste, garbage and rubbish removal charges
33-1413.02Guest fee
33-1413.03Care givers; treatment plan
33-1414Prohibited provisions in rental agreements; late payment penalty
33-1415Separation of rents and obligations to maintain property forbidden
33-1416Preemption by state; regulation of rents; exception
33-1417Rebates and referrals prohibited; mobile homes and manufactured homes; damages
33-1418Incorporated tenants' park purchase association
Article 2Landlord Obligations
33-1431Security deposits
33-1432Disclosure of written rental agreement
33-1433Landlord to deliver possession of mobile home space
33-1434Landlord to maintain fit premises
33-1435Limitation of liability
33-1436Statement of policy; amendment; contents; new statements
33-1437Education requirements for park managers
Article 3Tenant Obligations
33-1451Tenant to maintain mobile home space; notice of vacating; clearance for removal
33-1452Rules and regulations
33-1453Access
33-1454Tenant to occupy as a dwelling unit; authority to sublet
Article 4Remedies
33-1471Noncompliance by the landlord
33-1472Failure to deliver possession
33-1473Selfhelp for minor defects
33-1474Wrongful failure to supply essential services
33-1475Tenant's remedies for landlord's unlawful ouster, exclusion or diminution of services
33-1476Termination or nonrenewal of rental agreement by landlord; noncompliance with rental agreement by tenant; failure to pay rent
33-1476.01Change in use; notices; compensation for moving expenses; payments by the landlord
33-1476.02Mobile home relocation fund; investment of monies
33-1476.03Assessments for mobile home relocation fund; waiver
33-1476.04Relocations due to rent increase; mobile home relocation fund; applicability
33-1477Failure to maintain by tenant
33-1478Remedies for abandonment; required registration
33-1480Landlord liens; distraint for rent abolished
33-1481Remedy after termination
33-1482Recovery of possession limited
33-1483Periodic tenancy; holdover remedies
33-1484Landlord and tenant remedies for abuse of access
33-1485Special detainer actions; service; trial postponement
33-1485.01Removal of mobile home from mobile home park; violation; joint and several liability
Article 5Retaliatory Action
33-1491Retaliatory conduct prohibited; eviction
Article 6Affidavit of Affixture
33-1501Affidavit of affixture for mobile home in mobile home park

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