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State Law Eases Manufactured Home Disposal

October 9th, 2015

western_manufactured_housing_communities_association__wmaThe Western Manufactured Housing Communities Association (WMA) has notified MHProNews of a new California law that allows community owners to demolish abandoned MH as well as those acquired via a warehouse lien, a bill supported by the WMA. A warehouse lien is a charge for storage and preservation.

The law also states the communities will be held liable for any past due taxes or fees. Communities must remove all appliances, bathtubs, ovens, stoves, and HVAC systems before having them disposed of. Pictures must be taken to prove the MH was uninhabitable, and contents listed. The new law only applies to MH located in MHCs. ##

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