Manager wants key to mobilehome I own

By Gabi

I just bought a mobile home that is situated in a mobile home park for which I pay rent.  Does the park manager have a right to have a key to my home?  The CA Mobilehome Residency Law says that they have a right to enter with my written permission and/or in the case of an emergency, but it doesn’t say anything about a key and how they enter.  If it is a true emergency, break the door down!  If I’m giving you written permission, I’ll give you a key then.

Edited on: Tuesday, October 7th, 2014 2:27 pm

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