I have served a 3 day notice to pay or quit which was ignored, ahd I live a…

I have served a 3 day notice to pay or quit which was ignored, ahd I live a mobile home park. The park has served her a 30-60 day notice. The have partially moved the belongs out, and there is no electricty or gas to the home. They are at present 6 months behind on the park rent and 6 months behind on the payment to me to purchase the mobile home. I have payed the mobile park the back rent in order to save my home.
I posted an belief of abandament on the door, and gave them contact numbers where I could be reached. I arrived at the mobile and found that they had broken the front door in, and immediately called the police. A report was not made. The following day they called the police wanting to know how to get into the mobile home, and were told to go to the front door that they broke down.
They left a hand written note that they would have everyting out in a couple of days. It has now been 4 days including the weekend and the holiday.
What are my legal options and get into the home and remove their stuff.

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.

Selling of property I live in a property where mobile homes are rented.

Selling of property
I live in a property where mobile homes are rented. I do not own my trailer, but i have been living in that property for over 30 years. Now the property has been sold by the owner and is giving all the tenants 3 months to move out. Is this legal? Do the owners have to give each tenant a certain amount to move into another place? There have been letters sent out, but they are not stamped or sealed. It’s a typed letter from the owner. Do these letters need to have a special stamp or seal? What is the maximum amount of time they can give to move out?

Barely Got Out With Our Lives My daughter/boyfriend and toddler were renting a…

Barely Got Out With Our Lives
My daughter/boyfriend and toddler were renting a mobile home with inadequate safety standards. Due to the fact that they were young and hadn’t any credit, they moved into this home with the stipulation that the landlord would make the necessary repairs. Hey…what can I say, they were young and the place was across the street from the beach in Newport. Any kids fantasy. Well, in this case…it turned into their nightmare. The landlord ignored any requests to have the electricity repaired. After their first week there, the electricity blew out in the back half of the home. A couple of months later the electricity still was not repaired, a circuit overloaded in the front of the mobile home burning it to the ground, destroying everything the family owned: including, the car and two cats. They literally ran out of the house naked, with the baby. The landlord offered them nothing for reimbursement…not even a hotel room for the night. What recourse do we have??? And what type of attorney would handle this? They are still having difficulty trying to cope with the trauma and get back on their feet. The incident happened in the middle of June 2006. Any suggestions? Please advise.