Which are the rights of a mobile home park lot renter?
First thing to consider is do you have a lot lease, If so then it will have your guide lines within. Also do you have state laws that regulate mobile home communities if so contact them for more info about your rights.
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If you own the mobile home, then you have the right to remove it from the mobile home park, unless you are in a lease agreement between you and the mobile home park.
Then you can either find another buyer which the mobile home park will approve, or move your mobile home to another Park - if you can afford it.
A park model is a mobile home (which means it's anchored in a park,usually on blocks) -An RV is basically a travelling home, not nearly as large as most mobile homes.
Private property belonging to the mobile home park owner.
Certainly there are several insurance companies that provide coverage for mobile homes in a park or on private property. The key is who owns the mobile home. The owner is the person who would be able to get a policy on the home.
What happens in WA State if a tenant owner of a mobile home in a park dies The home is left to the daughter...her application for tenancy was denied?
In Washington state, if a home owner dies and leaves his/her mobile home to another and the heir is denied occupancy of the mobile home park, the mobile home will have to be moved. Other options would be to sell the mobile home to persons approved by the park, or to rent to approved persons.
It's a park where all the mobile owners bought shares in the park when they bought their mobile. -They are their own management.
Depends on the rules of the mobile home park. Many have strict rules about this.
The bank or current lien holder will take possession of the mobile home after the required steps of repossession takes place. The bank or current lien holder of the mobile home is responsible for paying the lot rent unless the mobile home is sold to a secondary party such as an investor. At this point, the lot rent follows the ownership of the mobile home. In most cases, the larger banks who specialize in mobile… Read More
How can you get liability insurance on your mobile home to cover renters of it in a mobile home park in park in Florida?
I would imagine you can. -Consult local insurance brokers.
There is one Garden City Mobile Home Park In Columbus, IN. -( but there may be some in other places too.)
It is likely the person to whom you make your payments or if it is a mobile home park, you should inquire at the rental office. It is likely the person to whom you make your payments or if it is a mobile home park, you should inquire at the rental office. It is likely the person to whom you make your payments or if it is a mobile home park, you should inquire at… Read More
Please be more specific about 'service'.
Yes, you do, but they are usually quite small.
In any existing mobile home park. - On your private property if for your own use (in my area)
Does a neighbor have the right to park right outside of her garage door in a shared driveway even if it limits the entrance to one's own garage?
No. One party with rights to use a shared driveway cannot park so as to block the other user or owner. If you are a renter, complain to the owner of the property. If you are an owner you may need to request that an attorney send a letter explaining your legal rights. No. One party with rights to use a shared driveway cannot park so as to block the other user or owner. If… Read More
How can you get liability insurance on your mobile home to cover renters of it It is in a mobile home park in Florida?
Consult LOCAL insurance companies.
The owner of a mobile home park has the right to issue a trespass warning on anyone he doesn't want on the property, unless that person legally lives there.
These will be outlined in the agreement you signed with the Park and also in Local Tenancy laws. -Consult your Provincial or State government information office to find out which department administrates Residential Tenancy Law.
a trailor park
Depends on the park you put it into.
When you own a mobile home but the MOBILE HOME wants it moved from one lot to another is it their responsibility?
I'm assuming you mean the Mobile home PARK wants it moved - then yes, it IS their responsibility to pay.
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.
You would get the best answer to that from your local Government Tenancy dept.
The cost to build a mobile home park depends greatly on how many mobile homes will need to be installed within the park. If the park itself is being built without any homes, the plumbing, electrical, and gas hook ups will need to be added to each lot. The cost for that endeavor will depend on the size of the park.
Ask them. there isn't a registry for this. Either that or look up their address and see if it is within a mobile home park.
The question is unclear, but if the intent is to move back into the mobile home you were evicted from, then no. If you even enter the park again after eviction, you could be arrested for trespassing. Once you are evicted, you are barred from entering again.
I doubt if they'd let you, and secondly, why would you need to 'build ' one. Usually easier to buy a used and upgrade it.
The normal monthly rental amount, minus trash, sewer and water.
You would sue in the deceased persons name with co-defendants being the person who inherited the property.
It is probably cheaper in some ways to live on a mobile home park than to live in a bricks and mortar house. However some things will cost more such as gas for heating and there would also be the factor of ground rent to the park owner.
YES, but usually the tax is only on the home, not the land.
They vary, It depends on the contract you sign with the park.
That can be a wide range, obviously depending on condition inside and out of the particular unit ! The park it's in will also define the price. The nicer the park, the more expensive the mobile will be.
The park owner gets to decide if they want travel trailers or motor homes in their park. You have very little recourse if you are refused , and the park is privately owned.
You register at the Pennsylvania Dept. of Transportation, and you will require 1.a certificate from an Attorney testifying there is no mortgage, judgement or lien on the mobile home 2.The form, ''Receipt For Mobile Home Title Cancellation,'' properly endorsed by the Department and issued by the owner who intends to transfer the mobile home. 3.The deed to the land indicating ownership of the mobile home by the owner who intends to transfer the mobile home… Read More
It is nearly impossible to say unless you inspect the home and consider the park it is in.
Most mobile home lots are around 40x 80 feet, They vary according to the shape of the park, and whether a single or double unit occupies them.
In a mobile home park is it the obligation of the park to do maintenance on the pad that your home sits on?
It depends on your contract, but that would be common - except for possiby the drain and inlet water pipe. I assume they are my responsibility as I own the home.
That would depend on which state or province the park is in.
From: Spring Creek Mobile Home Park; Located in Plano Texas.
Most mobile home manufacturers will suplly you with a list of reputable set up contractors. Don't make the mistake of hiring just anybody, get referrals. You can also find referrals by going to mobile home park offices. Most mobile home dealers will deliver and set up the mobile home. Connecting of utilities is not included by most dealers.
Do you have to give personal information as car insurance social security number and car make and model to mobile home park management?
Yes. It is the same as moving into a housing complex. It is a way of knowing you have all rights and access to the property.
I think you are confusing a 'Mobile Home' for a Motorhome . A mobile home can't tow anything, it sits on a foundation in a park. - And I don't know the answer if it is in fact a motorhome. I would think it's defined by state motor vehicle laws.
It would depend on what place you look for. It actually costs less than half of what an apartment costs, but some actually provide the mobile home you live in.
It depends on the condition it is in, where it is and what kind of park it is in.
It depends very much on the condition and the type of park it's in.
Tina Orbendorfer is the Park Manager.
Depends entirely what he's threatening about, and in what way he's doing it.