Landlord and Tenant - Mobile Home Parks

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Question: i live in a mobile home park and have friends come to visit how they might stay a couple days because we live far apart my park seen them and told them they were not aloud here whats the law on that

Answer: Look at your most recent lease to see what it says about visitors. Often, a lease has one or more paragraphs that talk about how long visitors can stay without the person notifying the management company. If your friends have stayed longer than allowed by that lease, it might be a breach of your lease agreement. Also, if your friends caused problems at the mobile home park, like fighting, illegal activity, or something that brought the police to the property, your management company may be allowed to ask them to leave. The agreement that you signed with your management company will tell you your rights and obligations. If, after reading your lease, you are unsure of what is allowed, come back and ask another question, or stop by to see a lawyer and see if she or he can help you out. There are also a lot of resources on this website that explain the landlord tenant relationship.

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