Kirk Adams : Hi - my name is XXXXX XXXXX I'm a litigation attorney. Thanks for your question. I'll be glad to assist. Kirk Adams : Whether or not the park has a right to demand these things depends on what the lease agreement says.
Kirk Adams : If there's a provision that says the lot renter has a right to regulate and require these things, then it's likely that you would have to comply.
Kirk Adams : However, if there's no authority for this, then it's not likely that they could demand this of you.
Kirk Adams : The only thing the lot renter could do is terminate the lease if there's a ground to do so - - thus, you need to make sure what the lease requires of you/allows the renter to do and demand before taking a stance.
i need to dig out the agreement. from the little business law i had in college, my understanding was accepting a condition over a prolonged period meant that they couldn't come back and demand changes... i'm off to find my lease agreement...
Kirk Adams : Well, all they have to do is claim that the condition has gotten to the point that it needs repair - - and now they want it changed.
Kirk Adams : Thus, you really can't use a "pattern and practice" claim for something like a condition that exists on property which needs upkeep, etc. because it can be easily defeated.
Kirk Adams : Thanks for allowing me to assist, and if you have any additional questions, please don't hesitate to ask.