The codes and zoning laws vary from community to community. You would have to go to the local web site and look them up for that community. Most now have their zoning rules available on line, along with full instructions on how to get permits and variances. There are other variables such as if there is public sewers or if there has to be a septic tank.
It depends on whether or not local zoning / building codes permit them.
It depends on local zoning law. The home would also need to meet local building codes, which may or may not be the case for a generic mobile home.
It depends. Do you have a mobile home?Ans 2 - It depends on LOCAL authority. Zoning and building regulations.
Many home owners do not know about the zoning restrictions in their area.
Anything is possible. Just make sure it is done according to local codes.
Plumbing equipment in every mobile home I've ever seen is to national plumbing codes. In other words mobile homes have the same sinks, faucets, toilets and water heaters as houses.
You would have to ask a Notary in Illinois for the exact details about this.
In Sarasota County, FL, RSM9 zoning allows for a two-story home and attached garage, possibly with an apartment above.
what is a mobile home grant?
Yes - I'm old enough to remember a life without a mobile phone ! Before the mobile became commonplace - I simply used a pay-phone if I needed to call someone when I was away from home. If someone needed to contact me while I was out - they simply left a message on my answer-phone at my home, and I would call them back when I returned.