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Protection Under The Mobile Homes Act


Posted by Justin Allitt in Park Home & Holiday Home law, June 24, 2016

In this post, we will discuss what exactly ‘harassment’ is and what actions constitute as causing harassment as outlined by the Mobile Homes Act which was covered by Leasehold Advisory Service’s park home legal advisors Manjit Rai and Antony Tregenna in Park Home Magazine. Individuals who have moved onto a park home site are issued and protected against harassment under Section 3 of theCaravan Sites Act 1968, which was then amended by Section 210 of […]


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Everything You Need To Know About Pitch Fee Reviews

Everything You Need To Know About Pitch Fee Reviews


Posted by Justin Allitt in Park Home & Holiday Home law, June 10, 2016

What Are Pitch Fees? Pitch fees are an expense incurred by park home owners whose park home property is pitched on a park home site. Why Are Park Home Fees Charged and What Do They Cover / Omit? Park home pitch fees are charged in order for the owner or owners of a suitable and appropriately licensed site to operate and maintain the site for those who use it. Pitch fees rarely, if ever, cover […]


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Gifting A Park Home


Posted by Justin Allitt in Park Home & Holiday Home law, May 16, 2016

One of the great benefits with park homes is that you have the right to ‘gift’ or give away your park home by passing the agreement on to a family member. On the 26th May 2013, a few important changes were made in the law that have now affected the selling and gifting of park homes. So if you are in the process of looking at your options for gifting your park home or are […]


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The Site Rule Making Procedure

Everything you need to know about the site rule making procedure


Posted by Justin Allitt in Park Home & Holiday Home law, May 16, 2016

While there isn’t an overarching set of park rules that apply to all parks, such as age limits or policies on pets and children, many park owners choose to impose their own park rules. But since 2014, new park rules were required and park owners had to follow a strict procedure when doing so. Park owners had to also consult with all residents before making or changing any park rules. What’s the process of creating […]


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Do You Have To Pay Stamp Duty When Buying A Park Home?


Posted by Justin Allitt in Park Home & Holiday Home law, March 14, 2016

If you have purchased or are considering purchasing a park home either for personal use or to let out as a financial investment (or both, for that matter), it is important to first research. And then research some more. That is, determining and subsequently finding the right park home for you or your purposes and in the right location, and at the right price may be the first three important factors to come to your […]


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