I live in a trailer park and own my trailer
I just rent lot it sits on
A tow-away zone must be properly posted before a vehicle can be legally towed. But if your lease for your lot specifies parking restrictions and says vehicles can be towed, that could be sufficient, without further notice to you. Use the Find a Lawyer tab to retain a local attorney to review the facts and advise you.
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I agree with Mr. Jaap that the answer to your question is "maybe". Read your lease carefully concerning this issue and if needed, consult with an attorney in your area who can review the lease for you and obtain more information about the situation. You can use the Find a lawyer tab, contact your local bar association for a referral or contact your local legal aid office for assistance. Best of luck to you!
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