Landlord and Tenant - Mobile Home Parks

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Question: My brother died intestate recently and owns a MH in a 55+ park. What rights do the heirs have as far a payment of space rent and being evicted from the mobile home park.

Answer: The heirs are entitled to the benefit of the lease during the term of the lease agreement. If the heirs do not meet the residency requirements (over 55) they are not entitled to live in the park but they could seek permmission to sublet to another party who did. The landlord cannot unreasonably withhold permission to sublet for another tenant who meets residency requiements. The heirs have a right to cancel the lease upon 30 days written notice.

Question: My brother died intestate recently and owns a MH in a 55+ park. What rights do the heirs have as far a payment of space rent and being evicted from the mobile home park.

Answer: The heirs are entitled to the benefit of the lease during the term of the lease agreement. If the heirs do not meet the residency requirements (over 55) they are not entitled to live in the park but they could seek permmission to sublet to another party who did. The landlord cannot unreasonably withhold permission to sublet for another tenant who meets residency requiements. The heirs have a right to cancel the lease upon 30 days written notice.

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  • My brother died intestate recently and owns a MH in a 55+ park. What rights do the heirs have as far a payment of space rent and being evicted from the mobile home park.
  • My brother died intestate recently and owns a MH in a 55+ park. What rights do the heirs have as far a payment of space rent and being evicted from the mobile home park.

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