Trailer Park Tenants Rights Is it legal for a trailer park to dictate how many…

Trailer Park Tenants Rights
Is it legal for a trailer park to dictate how many people may live in a house, regardless of age, if the occupant is also the owner of the house?
This is just one more item in a long list of dictates from management. All seem directed at making life here so unbearable for people that they will move. I have two sons, the older son’s fiance, and a friend living with me. My younger son is handicapped. I just got a notice that anyone over 18 living with me has to apply to be on my lease. The lease they last gave us reads more like an apartment house lease than a lot rental lease.
I am trying to get the money to move out of the place but compliance with all their dictates costs more than I can afford. I can’t save anything to move if they keep forcing spending my money just to get along.

Power of Attorney I have a General Power of Attorney form from a Publishing Co.

Power of Attorney
I have a General Power of Attorney form from a Publishing Co. that is brief and general. However, I will be using this Power of Attorney in order for my father to act on my behalf in my native country (where he still resides). Will this Power of Attorney be effective in any country/anywhere? Should I specifically designate a Power of Attorney for the U.S. and one for my native country, or is that even possible?
Finally,
There is a section on the back of the form which addresses Colorado revised Statute 15-14-502. This is where the ”undersigned” (which I assume would be my father) affirms that he had no knowledge of the ”revocation or termination of the Power of Attorney by death, etc…” Obviously, my father cannot sign this as he is not here. Will this pose any problems?

Please be as specific as possible with your reply.

Thank you very much for you time!