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  • #31
    I rent an Rv and space from an Rv park in Texas . I have not singed a lease or rental agreement and have been here a year. I am behind for the first time on rent and a lock has been placed on my door without any notice what are my options and what rights do I have. Am I protected by the eviction moratorium. I am unsure of my status legally

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    • #32
      Originally posted by Guest View Post
      I rent an Rv and space from an Rv park in Texas .
      Please clear up a couple of things.

      RV park or Mobile Home park. There is a difference.

      RV park:

      https://duckduckgo.com/?q=rv+park&t=...0000696_09.jpg

      Mobile Home (manufactured home) park:

      https://s3.amazonaws.com/mobilehomes...c5bad5853a.jpg

      Do you rent both the RV and the space from the park or do you rent the RV from its private owner and pay rent to the park for just the space?



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      • #33
        I have an interesting situation. We have been renting an rv and lot 4 a couple of months at an rv park located in the country. We rent their rv on their lot 2 be clear....We have not been late on rent at all. Yesterday my wife called 911 because her abusive ex showed up and was threatening her and banging on the door and walls. My landlords son (who i guess is technically the owner of this property cuz his mom who is who we deal with 4 rent directly is a bit older but still able 2 manage just perfectly) came and told us we had 2 be out by 2day and gave us pro-rated rent and turned off our water because of there being a leak in the water connection and told me that if I needed water 2 turn the faucet on then turn it back off when I was finished, but its currently snowing and now the water is frozen which was expected cuz it is winter and all... Can they legally do this???

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        • #34
          Are you in Texas?

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          • #35
            Yes, in Texas.

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            • #36
              We rent their rv on their lot 2 be clear.
              OK, the park owns the RV. That's not covered by Chapter 94 so it probably defaults to Chapter 91 and 92 which would make the park owner's actions illegal.

              https://law.justia.com/codes/texas/2...-code/title-8/

              Study up.

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              • #37
                Originally posted by adjusterjack View Post

                OK, the park owns the RV. That's not covered by Chapter 94 so it probably defaults to Chapter 91 and 92 which would make the park owner's actions illegal.

                https://law.justia.com/codes/texas/2...-code/title-8/

                Study up.
                So since its THEIR RV, its illegal

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                • #38
                  Originally posted by Shirl.bolanos View Post

                  So since its THEIR RV, its illegal
                  If we leave our rv rental unit until monday

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                  • #39
                    Originally posted by Shirl.bolanos View Post

                    If we leave our rv rental unit until monday
                    Do we forfeit any monetary damages or right to punitive damage reimbursements.
                    my wife has breast cancer,and is an insulin dependent diabetic. And has to have best water and heat and electricity or she can get sicker from dehydration and other issues and they have now turned off our electricity and our water remove the boxes and any way for us to turn the water back on manually and we had set up a surveillance camera while we left today to go down to talk to the Sheriff's Department about this issue and when we got back and watched the tape we have them on recording joking around about shutting off power utilities to get us out and turning off the utilities themselves and laughing what do we do do we have claim for lawsuit

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                    • #40
                      I also have three sugar gliders that lives in the RV with us and they have to have the temperature above 65 degrees it's now 55 in the RV and I'm afraid we've already lost one glider to the cold a couple of weeks ago due to the power being off during an ice storm and now I'm afraid the other three are going to die and that's about a $5,000 loss with the sugar glider price and the cages and everything else we don't know what to do

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                      • #41
                        You have some complicated issues. You will have to go to court to get them resolved. If you aren't willing and able to do that, I'm afraid that the park owner will continue the behavior. Please consult an attorney or, at least, local legal aid, or a tenants rights organization that might help.

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