Mobile Home Park Law

Mobile Home Park Law in Florida

Florida Mobile Home Parks

In Florida, there are two basic mobile home park ownership structures:

  1. Florida Mobile home parks where a single owner or entity (i.e., corporation or partnership) owns the land comprising the mobile home park and leases the individual lots to tenants.
  2. Resident-owned Florida mobile home parks where each mobile home owner owns his or her own lot (a mobile home subdivision) or a share of the corporation that owns the mobile home park (a mobile home cooperative).

Tenant Owned Mobile Home

If the mobile home owner is a tenant and leases his or her lot from the park owner, the landlord-tenant relationship is governed by Chapter 723 of the Florida Statutes, Chapter 61B of the Florida Administrative Code, the Prospectus and rules and regulations governing the community, and the individual lease agreement between the park owner and tenant. Resident-owned communities are governed by either Chapter 719 or Chapter 720 and the documents governing the Association.

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For more information on how we can assist you in the legal and administrative aspects of operating mobile home parks, please contact us today. We're happy to serve clients in Sarasota, Manatee, Pinellas, Hillsborough, Charlotte, Lee, Desoto, Polk, Hardee and Highlands and throughout the state of Florida. For real solutions to your real estate problems, the trusted choice is The Edwards Law Firm, PL.


Our Firm can provide advice to guide you through the operation of your mobile home park. We have the experience and personal touch to guide you to the best possible course of action, and we pride ourselves on offering honest advice and accurate information.


Contact us online or call us today at(800) 896-3619 to speak with a lawyer for Florida mobile home parks.

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Our Firm can provide advice to guide you through the operation of your mobile home park. We have the experience and personal touch to guide you to the best possible course of action, and we pride ourselves on offering honest advice and accurate information.

For more information on how we can assist you in the legal and administrative aspects of operating mobile home parks, please contact us today. We're happy to serve clients in Sarasota, Manatee, Pinellas, Hillsborough, Charlotte, Lee, Desoto, Polk, Hardee and Highlands and throughout the state of Florida.

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