Well, first you lift up the mobile home. Then, you put the sand under it.
If you owe money, they can put a lien on your home. Even a mobile home.
The clue is in the name, "mobile." Regardless of where it is put, a mobile home is always a temporary structure.
In any existing mobile home park. - On your private property if for your own use (in my area)
Depends on the park you put it into.
A mobile home is a large unit pre-built in a factory and taken on wheels to a site. That is the only sense that it is "mobile". - It is possible, but not easy to put them on wheels and move them.
It depends. Do you have a mobile home?Ans 2 - It depends on LOCAL authority. Zoning and building regulations.
in your yard
Depends on your LOCAL authority.
“what kind of grant can I get to buy a new Mobile home to put on my property and get out of the one that is falling apart and a danger to live in! ” i need a grant that will replace my mobile Home what grant do I apply for get a grant?
Reinstatement of a Living Trust occurs when the trust has been previously revoked or otherwise set aside or suspended by a probate court. Reinstatement means the trust is just that, reinstated, or put back into effect. This can be done by the creator of the trust or by a trustee under certaincircumstances or even by a judge.
Yes, you can. That is the common fit.
the best place to look for a mobile home would be in your local paper or to contact your local realtor. Doing this will keep you up to date on the newest mobile homes put on the market and to schedule a showing.
put beer under there i hear that raccons hate it
Yes, you can put a regular aluminium/vinyl window into a mobile home. As long as you know enough basic carpentry to prepare the opening there should be no problem. - I've done it 3 times and never had any issues.
Go back to whoever 'forgot' and ask them to make it right.
No, you shouldn't that would be a problem trust me. It has happened to many people.
my grandfather. he put up one hellava fight when we tried to put him in a nursing home.
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In general terms, in most countries a mobile home is considered a personal possession. So it may be possible to put a lien on. I'm not sure about the SS angle -You should seek legal assistance from a local 'help 'group
Yes. Homeowners insurance can be used to cover a home owned by a trust. It happens all the time. A number of people put their money into living trusts so their children will not have to pay probate fees. It costs a whole lot less money to pay a lawyer to write a living trust that to represent someone in probate court. (Pay me now or pay me a lot more later. In a car regular oil changes are less expensive than engine overhauls.) Insurance companies are set up for it.
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That depends on the park management.