I own my mobile home but I rent a lot in a mobile home park. The park owner is charging us for having indoor pets.

Asked over 1 year ago - Union City, PA

The park owner started charging us $5 per month per animal that we feed inside. It doesn't matter if it's a bird, fish, cat, etc. He now raised it to $10 per month. Our cats never go outside. They are declawed. We own our mobile home but rent the lot. Can he actually charge us for having an animal IN our home?

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  1. Laura Mcfarland-Taylor

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    Answered . Without reviewing your lease it's impossible to say for sure, but, generally, yes, if it's in the lease he can. You may want to take your lease to an attorney for review. Your local and state bar associations can give you a referral.

    If we do not have a signed fee agreement I am not your attorney and this is not legal advice.

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