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Mobile homes that belong to people are all over the place ! - Did I not get the intended meaning of your question ?


as for the state laws part. a mobile home company/property is considered private property and the city police cannot enforce speeding or sit in a mobile home lot to check for speeders, ie. Although it be private property they have to abide by state laws just like any others, such as a felon in a mobile home park cannot own a firearm just as he wouldn't if he didnt live in a park.


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