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Mobile Home Tenant Rights

Are you a tenant of, or landlord of mobile homes? Check out this video about mobile home tenant rights so you can stay above the law. Call for a case review with one of our Buffalo landlord tenant attorneys.

Under New York law, mobile home tenants who we’ve been representing for over 39 years have some special rights because of their unique situation. For an increase in any sort of fee, they must be given 30 days written notice. For any changes in rules or regulations, a 90-day notice is required. If the mobile home tenant owns his home, usually if a warrant of eviction is granted, it would be 90 days, rather than the 72 days in the usual tenancy situation.

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FRIEDMAN & RANZENHOFER, PC does not represent residential tenants unless they were injured on the property.