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Asked on: 12/22/11, 9:34 pm

can i evict my grandson from my mobile home. i own the home but he is on the park land lease/rental agreement therefore he thinks i cannont evict him is he correct hey pays no rent

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Answered on: 12/23/11, 8:17 am by Michael Duffy

Rather than an eviction, in this case your recourse would likely be to repossess your mobile home. It's a bit of a complicated process, but given that there is no rent or formal agreement it should be clear-cut. You would have to actually remove the mobile home from the property - of course that might be no problem or quite a bit of work, depending on how "mobile" it actually is.

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