Calif law, trailer park says they are not responsible for trimming trees in trailer park. Who is the tnant or the park owner?Georgia field XXXXXXXX@XXXXXX.XXX
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QUESTION: "Who is the tnant or the park owner?"
ANSWER: First of all, please allow me to say that I am genuinely sorry for this most frustrating situation. Accordingly, I am pleased to share the good news that the law is favorable to your position in this instance. Here is how this works. Trees are regarded as fixtures for which the landlord is indeed responsible. Pursuant to the California Mobilehome Residency Law, the landlord is under a legal duty for the maintenance and/or removal of a tree if it represents a health and safety violation or a hazard. Only if your written agreement provides otherwise and shifts this burden to you would you, as the tenant, be the responsible party. Otherwise, the park owner is the one the law requires to take appropriate corrective action.
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