Licensee May Sell or Lease a Mobile Home Under Certain Conditions

Posted on September 1, 2012 by

ISSUE: Can an agent list a mobile home for long-term rental? ANSWER: See Discussion. DISCUSSION: Generally, a license issued by the Office of Administration of the Arizona Department of Fire Building and Life Safety is required to act as a broker or salesperson in the sale of a mobile home. See A.R.S. §41-2194(3-4). However, this licensure requirement […]

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Lease Less than One Year Can Be Signed by One Spouse

Posted on October 1, 2011 by

ISSUE: Tenant wants to sign a six-month lease for the home. The husband is on a fishing trip to Alaska. If only the wife as the landlord signs the lease, is the lease enforceable? ANSWER:  Yes. If a lease is for less than one year, either spouse can sign the lease for the home and […]

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Lease with Two Tenants Can Be Terminated If One Tenant Has Drugs

Posted on September 1, 2011 by

ISSUE: A lease is executed between the landlord and two tenants. There is an altercation between the two tenants, and the police are called. During the search by the police for weapons, the police discover drugs owned by one tenant. Can the landlord terminate the lease and evict both tenants? ANSWER: Yes. Under A.R.S. §33-1368(A)(2), […]

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