A jury decided today that the owners of Friendly Village Mobile Home Park in North Long Beach should pay out $34 million in punitive damages,
Several Vallejo mobile home park residents met at “high noon” on the steps of City Hall on Monday, to protest what they say in an ongoing disinterest in their problems by City officials.
After being sued for neglect, owner of North Long Beach mobile home park files for bankruptcy
MEADOW LANE RESIDENTS PURCHASE MH PARK The residents of Meadow Lane Park (MLP), Alexandria Bay, New York, are pleased to announce the formation of Meadow Lane Park, Inc., a New York Not-For-Profit Corporation, and the successful closing of the purchase of the park. The park is an 87-site seasonal park located on the river front … Read more
SARGENT TESTIFIES IN HUMBOLDT MHP RENT INCREASE HEARING Assisting resident group attorney Bruce Stanton, Deane Sargent provided expert witness testimony before a Hearing Officer engaged by Humboldt County in response to a Rent Increase Application by the owner of Ocean West (OW) Senior Village, McKinleyville. The Owner of OW submitted a petition for the right … Read more
BUY THE PARK FROM MOM & POP Dave Loop is an attorney who assists residents with park purchases. He also serves as VP for Resident Owned Parks for GSMOL. Do you live in a family-owned manufactured-home park? If so, this article is for you. Sooner or later, the park will be put up for sale. … Read more
OJAI VALLEY TURNS BACK RENT CONTROL CHALLENGE The resident group at Ojai Valley Estates, Ojai, CA is pleased to announce that they have successfully defended their rent control status from a Discretionary Rent Increase Application by their park owner. The park owner requested that the Mobile Home Park Rent Review Board of Ventura County approve … Read more
Mobile Home Case to Change California Law Posted By Allen, Semelsberger & Kaelin LLP, San Diego, CA || 19-Jan-2017 The residents of a San Diego mobile home park, Terrace View Mobile Home Estates (“Terrace View”), recently won a case which will change the law in California. The residents of a San Diego mobile home park, … Read more
Stanton stated “This represents a significant victory for the residents, as we were able to defeat $126.00 of the requested rent increase: i.e., a 77% portion was denied.”
Attorney Bruce Stanton asked Deane Sargent, PMC Financial Services, to provide expert testimony about several issues in the Rent Adjustment Hearing requested by the park owner, Idle Wheel MHP LLC.