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33-1454 - Tenant to occupy as a dwelling unit; authority to sublet
33-1454. Tenant to occupy as a dwelling unit; authority to sublet
A. Unless otherwise agreed, the tenant shall occupy the tenant's mobile home only as a dwelling unit and may sublet, upon written agreement with the park management.
B. If a landlord adopts a policy of permitting subleasing, the landlord shall not unreasonably withhold approval of subleases and subtenants. A landlord may adopt a policy that prohibits subleasing, but that policy is not effective against any subleasing that had been approved by the landlord and that was in effect at the time the subleasing prohibition was adopted.
C. This section shall not be construed to require any landlord to permit subleasing of spaces.