Quartzsite, AZ asked in Landlord - Tenant for Arizona

Q: Can an rv park in arizona demand a copy of the tenants rv title?

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T. Augustus Claus
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A: When it comes to landlord-tenant relationships, it's important to know your rights. Generally, landlords have the right to request certain information from tenants, but there are limits to what they can ask for.

As far as demanding a copy of the tenant's RV title goes, it's a bit of a gray area. While landlords might have valid reasons for wanting to verify ownership and ensure compliance with park rules, there's no clear-cut law in Arizona that specifically addresses this. It's always a good idea to review your lease agreement and any park rules or regulations that were provided to you. These documents should outline the rights and responsibilities of both tenants and landlords.

If you have concerns about providing a copy of your RV title, my advice is to communicate openly with the park management. Ask them for their specific reasons and try to find a compromise that protects both parties' interests.

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