Schweps Mobile Home Park
Rules and Regulations
11. MOTOR VEHICLES
Only private passenger vehicles may be brought into the and/or kept within the park. Parking of commercial vehicles, including but not limited to over the road commercial vans and/or tractor-trailers is prohibited, except on a temporary basis and only with the prior written authorization of Management.
No unlicensed or uninspected vehicle is permitted in the park. Each resident may park two vehicles at designated areas in the park without charge. A charge of ten dollars per month will be assessed for any additional vehicles over the allowed two, and the extra vehicles must be parked in the lot at the entrance to the park.
No major vehicle repairs shall be performed within the park.
Vehicles shall be parked in designated areas only. Resident and guest vehicles shall never obstruct any traffic lines within the park.
No minibikes, motorcycles, all terrain vehicles, snowmobiles, or other loud vehicles are to be driven in the park. All residents or their guests with motorcycles must dismount at the park entrance and walk the cycle to the destination, and also from the home to the park entrance. This must be done with the engine off.
For the purpose of these rules and regulations, a "vehicle" includes a car, truck, motorcycle, or any type of trailer. The speed limit within the park is ten (10) miles per hour. Any violation of this speed limit will be cause for termination of residency in the park.
No dogs are permitted in the park.
Cats are permitted at no charge provided they are both declawed and neutered and provided that they are to remain in the home. Proof of declawing and neutering must be furnished to management.
No other pets or animals are allowed.
Any pet that is a nuisance shall be removed from the park.
13. SALE OF HOME
The resident may transfer or sell the mobile home belonging to the resident located within the park. If following the transfer of the sale, the mobile home is to remain in the park with a new owner, and/or if a new residency is established, written approval of the new residency and approval of occupancy of the home by the new owner is required prior to the transfer or sale of the home. A copy of the fully executed and notarized transfer papers must be presented to management prior to final residency approval.
If the home is sold to a buyer who is not approved by management, the sale will be valid but the new purchaser will be required to move the home from the park immediately. A resident may suffer substantial damages if they attempt to sell without the approval of management.
If you desire to sell your home and have it remain in the park, you must also give management the right to purchase the home at the same price you offered, proof of which must be submitted by written agreement of sale with your purchaser. The agreement of sale with a purchaser must be subject to management's right of first purchase. Management will exercise or relinquish its right of first purchase within ten (10) days after being provided with evidence of a bonafide third party sale.
Management will waive its right of first refusal upon being provided evidence of sale, transfer or conveyance of a resident to a member of the resident's immediate family. A member of the immediate family is restricted to the natural born or adopted parents or children of the resident, and the resident's siblings. Any transfer within the family will be subject to the management approval of the prospective tenant.
Before the resident's sale of his/her home, management must be contacted to arrange an inspection of the home for approval to remain in the park. Although the Park performs inspections of homes and lots for compliance with Park rules routinely and on an ongoing basis, all of the items of maintenance set forth in Rule number 7, Home Requirements And Maintenance Of The Home, will be inspected for compliance with Park rules at the time of sale. In addition, the resident must provide proof that the home's safety related items have been inspected by a qualified inspector, and that they are in safe and proper repair and working order.
Any resident with a home more than five (5) years old must provide management with a signed affidavit from a qualified heating service company that the home furnace meets all applicable safety requirements and that it is in good repair.
Any resident with a home more than five (5) years old must provide management with a signed affidavit from an approved electrical underwriter inspector that the electrical system in the home meets all current safety requirements and that it is in good working repair and proper working order. No aluminum wired homes will be permitted to be resold and remain in the park.
Failure to comply with all above requirements will be cause for the removal of the home upon sale to another person.