i got a mobile home giving to me that in on rental property..the owner and i talked had no problem taking rent money from me but soon as i get it in my name i get a hand writin eviction notice.. when i recieved the home it was awful and as a landlord he didnt tell me.. i feel as like i did all the work to make it easier on the ower the get rid of. and honestly neave had any problems until he found out about my personal life
Do you have a written lease or are you a tenant at will? If you have a lease, you have to have broken some agreement within it to be evicted. If you are a tenant at will, you can be evicted for any reason or no reason, no matter how short a time you've been there. But the handwritten eviction notice may not be valid - there are proper procedures LL must follow to do this. See a local lawyer.
If you did not take title to the mobile home, if you leave, you leave it behind on his land.
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