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You would need to look at the contract. Often a mobile home contract is secured by the land it is placed on.

It may be that you cannot default on the mobile home without losing the land.

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Q: Do you have to pay for a mortgage on a mobile home left to you by your parent or can you let the lender take it without taking the land it is on?
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