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October 21, 2010

Renting Out Community-Owned Manufactured Homes and Complying with The Landlord Tenant Law (Part 9)

Interior of a modern single wide manufactured home
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This is part 9 of my blog series about renting out community-owned manufactured homes and complying with the landlord tenant law.

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Under the MRL, the community owner has no right to enter the homeowner’s manufactured home without prior written consent from the homeowner, unless it is an emergency. In a community-owned rental, the community owner has the right to enter the manufactured home after giving the tenant at least a 24-hour written notice, and may enter for one of the following reasons:

  1. Make necessary or agreed-upon repairs
  2. Supply necessary or agreed-upon services
  3. Show the home to a potential purchaser or tenant
  4. For an emergency.

* For specific inquiries regarding a filing a 24-hour written notice or other legal matters that you may have, you’re welcome to visit my California Mobilehome-RV Park Owner’s legal services page.

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October 15, 2010

Renting Out Community-Owned Manufactured Homes and Complying with The Landlord Tenant Law (Part 8)

Modern Transportable House
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This is part 8 of my blog series about renting out community-owned manufactured homes and complying with the landlord tenant law.

Violation of Rules/Lease

Notices for a violation of rules and/or lease covenants are also different between owner-occupied tenancies and community-owned rentals. In an owner-occupied manufactured home, management must give the resident homeowner at least one 7-day notice of a rule violation and then a 60-day notice to terminate tenancy for the rule violation.

In a community-owned rental, if the tenant has violated a covenant in the lease, the community owner need only to provide the tenant with a 3-day notice to perform Covenants or Quit (if the violation can be cured) or a 3-day Notice to Quit (if the violation cannot be cured). An unlawful detainer action can be filed immediately after the 3 days are up if the violation is not cured and the tenant remains in possession.

* For specific inquiries regarding a filing a notice or other legal matters that you may have, you’re welcome to visit my California Mobilehome-RV Park Owner’s legal services page.

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