Effective Guidance For Park Owners And Managers In Rules Enforcement

mobileOperating a manufactured housing community, mobilehome park or RV community in California is highly regulated. Managing a community park requires adherence to a variety of local, state and federal rules, regulations and laws. The piecemeal nature of the laws that impact businesses in the industry are highly complex and change over time.

Rent control, discrimination laws, health and safety codes, Title 25 of the California Code of Regulations, residency law under the California Mobilehome Parks Act and other laws all have influence over park management. The Rudderow Law Group has earned a solid reputation among mobilehome park owners and managers throughout California for its comprehensive representation and legal guidance in park operations and dispute resolution services.

Are Your Park Rules Up To Date?

It is critical for a park to have well written and comprehensive rules governing the community. With the ever-changing economic and legal landscape, park rules often fall out of date. The Rudderow Law Group provides park owners and managers with cost-effective guidance to ensure that their park rules are in compliance with the law. Attorney Dan Rudderow has earned a solid reputation in reviewing current rules, and drafting and revising park rules to protect businesses against future litigation.

Protecting Park Owners' Rights In Park Rule Enforcement Disputes

When rules violations arise, the Rudderow Law Group is a trusted resource for efficiently resolving these disputes. Many problems can be resolved informally in a cost-effective manner. When litigation becomes necessary, including an eviction, Dan aggressively protects the property and business interests of community park owners with trial-proven skills.

To speak with a trusted lawyer devoted to protecting the rights of park owners, call 866-540-0388 or contact the firm online. The Rudderow Law Group in Irvine welcomes inquiries from on-site managers, park management companies and owners throughout California. Initial consultations are free.