My boyfriend lives n a mobile home park his landlord threatened to evict him if I come visit him because of her religious belief that a man and woman shouldn't be n the same house if not married. But he owns the trailer he just pays her $100 a month for the lot which he pays every month on time
If the only ground for filing an eviction lawsuit is the 'offensive' religion of the tenant, the court will not grant a judgment of eviction to the landlord. However, boyfriend should read his lease and the landlords printed rules governing the mobile home park very carefully, and take pains that he does not commit any violations that could result in eviction. This landlord may keep a sharp eye for any such violations. If any of that is a problem for you and boyfriend, he should be scouting out an alternative location for his home.
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