Mobile Home lease impropriety I have a mobile home with a long term lease.

Mobile Home lease impropriety
I have a mobile home with a long term lease. I am in the process of selling it. The park (and it’s management) have determined the buyers rent (they are allowed to increase it) wrongly. The terms of the lease that concern selling the house states that a comparable rent (not the current rent) can not be exceeded. I have demanded a history of the rent increases and the comparable rent determination but the park (and it’s management) have not released this information. I am unable to sell my house because the rent they are quotting is very high. I also believe they have not increased my rent in accordance with the lease terms. A lawyer I contacted wants $125 for an initial consultation. I would like to know if there is anything I can do short of hiring a lawyer to force them to provide this information. Also, do I have any standing if they have improperly raised my rent. I have been paying my rent and am worried that that might serve as a basis for saying I agree to the rent increases. Thank you for your time on this matter.

Park Manager Slander – What do we do?

Park Manager Slander – What do we do?
Our mobile home park manager has gone to the person I am lease/optioning
the mobile home from and told her that we are dealing drugs, as well as
her father who is the overall owner and many other tenants and others as well. When I put my horse on an adjascent property, she called the park owner and claimed that we were boarding our horse on the park property. I had a routine probation search ( I am on searchable probation ) and she called the man we bought the mobile from as well as his daughter and the owner of the park telling them, and other residents, that we were arrested for dealing drugs by the narcartics cops. This is completely untrue and has been a rumor she’s been spreading for months now. We are so upset. I have proof that it was a routine probation search. I don’t know what to do. I am on permanent disability and unable to afford an attorney. Can someone help? There’s unfortunately too much to post here.

My adopted son has a piece of property that was deeded to him by his biological…

My adopted son has a piece of property that was deeded to him by his biological grand mother she died why he was in prison and his bio mother was living in an old mobile home on the property,that was his grandmas, the moble home has a large attatched rm and porch that is all so attached to a pole barn. Because the deed was for the property and the trailer is not mentioned in any will his mother, because at one time it was titled, says its hers and he cannot live there,because its attached to permanent structures on his land does it make it his?

Are there any laws in Michigan pertaining to a person taking pics/videos of…

Are there any laws in Michigan pertaining to a person taking pics/videos of underage children (skating), without parental permission and on private property? The property does not belong to the woman and she is using the pics/videos to try and get the community (mobile home) we all reside in closed down. I do not want my children to be a part of her actions and would like to know what my options are as a parent? Thank You

Mobile Home forced sale A friend and I purchased a mobile home together, each…

Mobile Home forced sale
A friend and I purchased a mobile home together, each paying l/2 of purchase price in cash. Deed read tenants in common, and it is our primary residence. We are not getting along and she refuses to allow me to buy her out. I would like to stay and have her leave, or as a last resort ”force the sale” and we split proceeds and both move. Can I force the sale of a mobile home which is in a park where we pay rent for the ”space”, or is there a way to force her to accept my offer to buy her out? Would attorney’s fees be split? Thank you for any response.