Mobile Home Residency Law

Mobile Home Residency Law is the “landlord-tenant law” for mobile home parks, which, like landlord-tenant law and other Civil Code provisions, are enforced in a court of law. A mobile home tenant is dependent on the park owner to properly maintain the park and respect their rights, and, when the park owner fails in these responsibilities, our team is prepared to come in and enforce your rights. 

We have become a firm voice for mobile homeowners. Those fighting for a decent, clean and safe place to live, or those facing park closure or conversion. 

The rights of tenants living in a mobile home park are different from those of tenants living in an apartment or house. Therefore, it is important to understand the rights that you are entitled to. It is important to have someone on your side that has a complete understanding of these differences and can advise you properly on your rights to file a claim with your landlord. 

If you are experiencing any of the following, you may have a right to file a claim: 

  • Failure to maintain common areas and streets 
  • Failure to maintain drainage, sewer, electrical and water systems 
  • Overcharges for utility services 
  • Refusal to allow access to common areas 
  • Park closure and conversion 
  • Any type of real estate fraud 

You believe you are experiencing any of these options, don’t hesitate to contact our offices so our team can start to review your case, prepare legal options, and show you the correct steps forward toward success.