Every mobile home park has “rules and regulations/guidelines” ( like CCR’s) that all residents agree to follow when they move into the park – the same as other developments like condominiums and apartments. Rules vary from park to park, but all communities must follow the laws established in the State of California Civil Code, commonly referred to as the Mobilehome Residency Law (“MRL”). The California Mobilehome Residency Law generally changes every year and the management of every mobile home park is required to distribute copies of the new laws annually (by February first). The park rules are designed for the benefit of the majority of the residents, and to preserve the quality of life for everyone living in the community. As an example, requiring the home and lot to be kept uncluttered and well maintained adds to the overall appearance and desirability of a community and to the resale value of the homes in the park. It is the responsibility of the park management to enforce the rules. Residents who are not in compliance with the rules may be evicted. Click Here for a complete copy of the Mobilehome Residency Law.