Mobile Homes & Manufactured Housing

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This section of has information and resources about Mobile Homes & Manufactured Housing in Pennsylvania.

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Manufactured Home Community Rights Act (Video)

This video from Neighborhood Legal Services Association explains your rights under the new law in Pennsylvania governing manufactured home communities (mobile home parks) which came into effect in March of 2011.

Mobile Home Issues - Manufactured Home Park Lot Leases

Information from Neighborhood Legal Services Association on leases with Mobile Home Parks

Landlord Tenant Handbook

Detailed information about renting a residence from a landlord from North Penn Legal Services (NPLS). Fair housing (housing discrimination) information is included throughout the entire handbook. There is a Lehigh Valley Edition and a Northeast PA Edition. NPLS revised the Landlord-Tenant Handbook in December 2019.

Magisterial District Judge Court - Filing Suit

This information from Northwestern Legal Services provides instructions on how to file a lawsuit in Magisterial District Judge Court.

PA Courts Public Access Policy - Filing Requirements in the Courts (Video)

Effective on January 6, 2018, a new Public Access Policy is in effect in Pennsylvania Courts. This policy imposes requirements on anyone filing court documents in the trial and appellate courts to safeguard information in the documents they file. The Pennsylvania Courts have released this series of videos that explain the judiciary’s new policy for protecting confidential information and the required steps you must take to protect that information when filing documents in the courts.

Manufactured Housing and Standards - Frequently Asked Questions

Answers to frequently asked questions about standards for manufactured housing (mobile home) from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development

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