I DONT UNDERSTAND WHAT YOU WANT
THE AGREEMENT DOSENT SAY. THIS IS THE FRIST TIME THIS HAS HAPPEND
Thank you for your follow-up. A different professional here. Perhaps I can assist you with your concerns.
Typically residential lease agreements are only good 'year to year' although some can last longer if so stated in the terms. Once the agreement expires, you are considered to be without an agreement and go 'month-to-month'. Provided the other person gives you 30 days notice, he can request new terms. No contact is eternal and any contract, once it expires, can be modified going forward. The mobile home park can make changes and request that you sign new terms, especially if they haven't changed any of the conditions for 20 years.
Hope that helps.
I OWN MY HOME, IT CANT BE MOVED. ITS THE SAME AGREEMENT EVERYONES HAD FOR 30 YEARS. IS IT LEAGLE TO CHANGE THE AGREEMENT WITHOUT US SIGNING IT.
Thank you for your follow-up.
It is not really possible to change an agreement without consent from all of the parties to the agreement. However, if the park stated that new terms will come into play by a certain period of time, and your home is still on their premises, by the virtue of the fact that you did not move your property, it is considered to be 'acceptance' of the new terms, and a new charge (and new conditions) can be pursued against you. In other words by behavior of the parties an agreement modification can be upheld as binding and valid, and therefore can be used as a means of claiming that the new terms and conditions are now binding.
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