Six states currently have a Right of First Refusal Law regarding mobile home parks:
The state of Washington had such a law, but it has been declared
unconstitutional by the state Supreme Court:
"Until recently, state law allowed mobile home park tenants a 'right
of first refusal' to purchase their park when the present owner put it
up for sale. Unfortunately, the Washington State Supreme Court has
declared the law granting tenants this right to be unconstitutional.
Park owners are therefore no longer required to give tenants an
opportunity to purchase a park before the park owner can sell the park
to anyone of his or her choosing."
Northwest Justice Project
"...Provide right of first refusal. Residents should have the
opportunity to buy the park out at the same price as other purchasers
to prevent change of use. At least six states provide for this."
"In order to avoid similar forced relocation scenarios, some states,
such as Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Massachusetts, New Hampshire
and Vermont, have seen fit to pass mobile home park resident ?right of
first refusal? laws. These laws allow residents (through mobile home
owner associations) the power to stop parks from being purchased in
order to protect their homes."
Dayton City Paper
Google Web Search: "states" + "mobile home" + "first refusal"
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