Yes, if you don't pay rent timely then the landlord can proceed to give you a 72 hour notice to vacate for nonpayment, and can then file an eviction proceeding on that basis if you fail to pay rent during that 72 hour period.
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The only thing I would add is your landlord cannot give a "no cause" eviction in a trailer park where you own the trailer but rent the land... even if there is a cause. If that's the case, your landlord may have messed up and it would be worth talking with a lawyer about the notice. If you rent the trailer and the land, then a 60-day notice would be appropriate. Either way, you need to keep paying rent.
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