Mobile home eviction from landlords property for nonpayment of rent.
Question Details: I own a mobile home park and rent spaces to mobile home owners. I have about eight mobile homes that have not paid rent in several months. I would like to evict both the tenants and the mobile home. My fear is that the mobile homes are too old to be valuable enough to be moved and the owners will not move them and even if they abandon them, squatters will move in. How can I remove them? and how do I know who the current legal owner of each mobile home is?
I'd recommend having a local attorney handle the evictions for you; you can probalby negotiate a lower per-case fee since you're doing this many at once, and if you set up an ongoing relationship. Attorneys are looking for work these days, too, so it might pay to make a few phone calls, see who's hungry.
Your lawyer can also help you set up a checklist of things you'll need from new tenants from now on, which I'd think would at least include proof of ownership of the mobile home, and a written agreement that makes notice of any change in ownership required.