This anti-discrimination law applies to rents that cannot be imposed on one person or another. If you increase your prices, it must be for all those who live in this caravan park at that time, as well as for the new tenants who come here. This is in addition to other rent increase laws. It is always advisable to consult a legal expert before starting to evacuate a motorhome park. At Edelboim Lieberman Revah Oshinsky, our motorhome evacuation lawyers have the knowledge, experience and know-how to properly advise mobile park owners in all mobile park cases. Before selling the park to a third-party buyer, the owner of the mobile home park must allow the tenants who live there to purchase the park. This may depend on the entry into force of a contract within 45 days. If such a contract does not exist at that time, the owner of the park has no other obligations to the owners` association, unless the price drops, and at that time the HOA must be notified and make an offer on the basis of that new price. All supply lines offered by your motorhome fleet must be in appropriate working conditions at all times. They must allow all residents and their guests access to public spaces at reasonable times per day and keep these buildings in good repair. While the owner of the mobile park has the right to set restrictions to protect her own interests, the rights of mobile home owners in Florida are also attentive to owners who rent spaces in these parks. Park owners have a duty to comply with all local building and health laws and to create a safe and healthy space for residents.
If you own a mobile park, you should check the building rules and make sure that all the structures that are under your responsibility are compliant. At some point, a mobile park may be the time to go on sale. Unfortunately, if that happens, chances are it will have a park full of tenants who suddenly find themselves without a place to park. It is the responsibility of park owners to inform the owners` association as soon as possible that this sale will take place in the future. In accordance with Chapter 723, a mobile property owner with 26 or more lots must create a prospectus and submit it to the Condominium, Timeshares and Mobile Homes Division according to the Department of Commercial and Professional Regulation. The approved version of this prospectus must be notified to each owner before that person can sign a lease agreement.