I have lived in a mobile home park for the past 6 years. During this time my wife has had a small set of wind chimes outside the screened in porch. Again, We have lived here for 6 years , and the wind chimes have been up for about 3 years. Recently we just had new neighbors purchase the home next to us. We recieved a call from the Manager of the park that the new neighbors complained that the wind chimes kept them up at night and that we had to take them down. Again , they had been up for 3 years and no complaints until now. As i drive thruogh the community i notice that many of the residents have wind chimes hanging from their porch area . Just as we did. Is cleary DOES NOT STATE anywhere in the community rules and regs that you are not allowd to have wind chimes up. Yet iIwas forced to take mine down , yet other residents still have theirs in place. Is This legal ? Discrimination ? Thank You For Your Time … I look forward to your reply .. Joe S
My step daughter was just told that the mobile home she is renting is sold. They gave her less then a month to vacate the premises. She has a son less then a year old. Someone told her since she has a small child, they have to give her 90 days. I am trying to find out if this is true or not and how long should she have to move out.
Statute of Limitation on Forgery in Florida
I would like to know what the statute of limitations is on forgery in florida, Osceola county to be exact. I was a victim of fraud by someone who forged my signature on a title to my mobile home (considered a motor vehicle in florida) and also two vehicles. I have hard black and white proof that my signature was forged, but the prosecutors in Osceola county deemed not enough evidence to pursue the case. They did this without ever speaking to me to get my side of the story or looking at the evidence I have in my possession. I was going to let it go, but it has been eating at me for too long and I feel I need to take matters further if possible. The fraud happened in June 2005. I truly hope that I am not too late to still pursue some course of action.
Mobile home purchase contract
My mother in law signed a contract to purchase a double wide on thursday May 17th and gave the business a $10,000.00 deposit. Over the week-end it was discovered the business has less than ethical business practices and she decided to cancel the contract and continue to look for a home. On Monday May 21st she contacted the salesman to cancel the contract and was informed he had already gotten a cashiers check to replace her personal check and the deal was done. If she wanted to cancel the contract she could but she was not getting her money back. My question is: does she have any legal recourse against this business? Is there a time period in which a buyer has the right to review a contract before it is legally binding? Please help. I’m afraid she is going to lose $10,000.00 or have to live in a house that is inferior in workmanship. Total price of house is $60,000.00. Thank you for your help.
I am 26 years old, I have lived on my grandfather’s property since birth with my parents and continued to live in this mobile home after my parents moved out. The mobile home I live in was my parents and my grandfather allowed us to live on this property rent free, we put in a well and septic tank, part of the home was built over 20 years ago and my current mobile home was attached to it in 1991. My father moved out and I stayed and have been making payments for many years. My father died 3 years ago and I continued to make payments on the home. The trailer is still in my fathers name and the mortgage company knows he is dead. My parents were seperater and my father moved in with another man. after his death I continued to make payments on the mobile home and my grandfather never said anything about selling the property or me moving the home. My grandfather now wants me to move the mobile home from the property stating that he is breakng up the property and selling the property. He will not sell me the small piece of property that the trailer is on. The trailer is not moveable and I have no where else to go. Do I have any rights?