60 Day Notice to Vacate I am disabled and have lived in the same mobile home…

60 Day Notice to Vacate
I am disabled and have lived in the same mobile home park in California for nearly9 yrs. My disability check was changed from the 1st of the month to the 14th., so I have paid late every month since this happened. I discusssed this with the manager and sent her a confirmation letter nearly 2 yrs ago. I always pay the full amount (plus 10% late charge) and add a bit towards the next month if I am able. I most always have a credit balance when I receive my statement. Per my billpay acct., the past 26 months have been paid on (or after) the 14th. (plus additional handwritten cks.). On 8-13-07, they tacked a 3 day AND a 60 notice on my door. I am panic struck! Manager has not returned my calls and I cannot afford to lose my home. PLEASE HELP!!!!!

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.

personal injury i have a major personal injury legal action against the owner…

personal injury
i have a major personal injury legal action against the owner of my mobile home park,it is set for mediation in september, in the last year the landlord has refused my rent, has is trying to evict me, he has served me an unlawful detainer action today, this is the second time he has done this to me, the last time about 6months ago,i answered,and demanded a jury trial,he didnt show and the case was dismissed, this time he served me without a 3day notice,only the unlawful deatainer. i am going to change lawyers i do not feel i am being represented properly, i feel my lawyer should be more involved, in this retalitory against me, the landlord sent a 3rd party saying if i would drop my legal action against him i could stay, but how can i prove this? i also live in a mobile home park where i own my own home. is it to late for me to change attorneys? thanks

1031 Property Exchange I own a Condominium in California which was acquired…

1031 Property Exchange
I own a Condominium in California which was acquired through a 1031 property exchange. My question is as follows: Can I use a 1031 exchange on this property to acquire a manufactured home or mobile home for equal or greater value of my exisitng condominium? Can the amount of the new purchse be lower than the sales price of my existing condominium? I would appreciate your assistance in this matter.

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.