Landlord and Tenant - Mobile Home Parks

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Question: Can my landlord force me to remove my trampoline even when in the contract there is nothing about tranpolines?

Answer: As a general rule, a landlord may only do what the landlord is permitted to do according to the rental agreement between the landlord and tenant as well as the applicable landlord/tenant law. There are no specific rules in the law about whether tenants may have trampolines in their yards, although the question of who would be legally liable in the event that someone gets injured on the property could give a landlord a reason to ask for some assurance. It might be wise for both you and your landlord to speak with a lawyer.

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