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Grandmother evicted under Arizona "Squatters Law" even though she was paying rent. Should she be allowed to stay in her home?

  • Even though she was paying rent, grandmother should she be eviceted

    Grandmother evicted under Arizona "Squatters Law" even though she was paying rent she should not be allowed to stay in her home for one simple reason - she is not the home owner. She is a renter. That gives the landlord, whoever that might be, the complete and absolute right to evict.

  • Yes, the grandmother should be allowed to remain in her home.

    If the woman was paying rent to a landlord, then she is a tenant and not a squatter and should not have been evicted on the basis of her being a squatter. The grandmother should at least be allowed to remain in the home until an alternate residence can be secured.

  • Yes, she should be allowed to stay in her home.

    The Arizona grandmother that was evicted under the "Squatters Law" should be allowed to stay in her home, because she was paying rent. As long as someone is making their rent payments on time, they should not be evicted. This law needs to be changed so that more innocent people don't lose their homes.

  • We have to follow laws.

    It sounds bad to evict someone who is a tenant and a grandmother. However, the landlord has their side of the story, too. The landlord might want to use the property for herself. She might want to rent it out to a person with low income. If they own the property, they should say who lives there.


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