Landlord and Tenant - Mobile Home Parks

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Question: I'm buying my mobile home but I rent my space, and where I rent they want information on my boyfriend that might start living with me, is this required even though it is my own home?

Answer:

You should carefully read you rental agreement about your landlord's policy about guests or additional tenants. Because your home is on the property of another, the owner of the property (the landlord), may have a right to know who is living on the premises. 

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