Mobile & Manufactured Homes General FAQ's

Mobile & Manufactured Homes General FAQ's
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General FAQ's

  • Manufactured Home Park Registration
    A manufactured home tenant is a person who rents space in a manufactured home park from a manufactured home park owner or operator or the purpose of parking his or her manufactured home, or a person who rents a manufactured home in a park from a manufactured home park owner or operator.
     
  • What is a Manufactured Home Park?
    A manufactured home park is defined as a contiguous parcel of privately owned land, which is used for the accommodation of three or more manufactured homes occupied for year-round living.
     
  • Who is a Manufactured Home Tenant?
    A manufactured home tenant is a person who rents space in a manufactured home park from a manufactured home park owner or operator or the purpose of parking his or her manufactured home, or a person who rents a manufactured home in a park from a manufactured home park owner or operator.
     
  • What is a Manufactured Home Park?
    A manufactured home park is defined as a contiguous parcel of privately owned land, which is used for the accommodation of three or more manufactured homes occupied for year-round living.
     
  • Who is a Manufactured Home Park Owner?
    A manufactured home park owner is a person(s) who owns land that accommodates three or more manufactured homes occupied for year-round living.
     
  • Manufactured Home Park Registration
    Owners of manufactured home parks containing three or more manufactured homes must register with DHCR by January 1st each year. The annual registration must include all persons owning interest in the park, names of all tenants, all services provided by the park owner to the tenants, and a copy of all current park rules and regulations.
     
  • What is the Warranty of Habitability?
    Tenants are entitled to a livable, sanitary and safe park, including all common areas, roads, and lots. Lease provisions inconsistent with this right are illegal and unenforceable. Failure to provide water, other essential services, or to repair sewer problems are examples of a violation of this warranty. Park owners may not willfully or intentionally fail to provide any services or facility once they have agreed to do so.