No one lives in the trailer. It has been 10 months since rent was paid. It has now been 48 days since I heard anything from the owner. It has been 72 days since she told me she would have her bill paid in full by weeks end. Then I didn't hear anything from her for 35 days and still no payment on past due.
Is the trailer in a park? Do they have a lease. If so, give them notice pursuant to the lease. You need to talk with a lawyer about a lawsuit.
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Chapter 700 of the Revised Statutes of Missouri governs the relationship of a mobile home park landlord and tenants. RSMo. 700.527 is pretty detailed about what is required.
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You should sit and discuss all the specific facts with an attorney as there are some details missing in your query. Call our firm if you can't find someone at the lake.
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