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Mobile Home Park Home Owners Allegiance

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We (Tustin Village Mobile Home Park) do business in accordance with the state and federal fair housing laws. It is illegal to discriminate against any person because of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, handicap or disability, source of income, national origin, familial status, ancestry or for arbitrary reasons under state law. Discriminatory actions claimed of the management, homeowners, residents, guests or others may be reported to owner's agents, or the department of fair employment and housing. Management will not at any time unlawfully administer, enforce or express any preference with respect to existing or prospective tenants, residents, or guests based on any protected class status as defined under such laws. No such unlawful activity by other persons whether residing in or doing business in the community or otherwise is permitted; any unlawful discrimination known or reasonably suspected may be reported to appropriate authorities for prosecution.

Last Modified: Tuesday, March 1, 2005
Confirmed: Wednesday, August 27, 2014

  1. THESE ARE THE RULES AND REGULATIONS: The rules and regulations are for the protection of the park and to promote care for common areas and reasonable maintenance standards. At all times, the rules and regulations will be interpreted in a reasonable fashion consistent with the Mobilehome Residency Law as it may change from time to time. However, these rules and regulations are not permanent by nature, and may be changed any time on conformance with procedures required to do so. Changes to the Mobilehome Residency Law may occur each year. If significant, we will provide you copies of the Mobilehome Residency Law as required by law. If any of these rules are unclear, please advise the property management office for explanation by a supervisor. Tenancy in the Community is based on your promise, for the sole benefit of the management, that the rules will not be violated.
  2. UNIVERSAL RULE: The universal rule always applicable and controlling unless a more specific rule exists, is that residents must conduct themselves in a reasonable manner for the benefit of the management, so as not to adversely affect management and property. In other words, no nuisance, breach of quiet enjoyment, annoyance, violation of laws or regulations, or injurious conduct or conditions are permitted, even if not specifically described. It is important that you carefully read all of these Rules and Regulations so that you have a clear understanding of them.
  3. RESIDENTIAL NEIGHBORHOOD STANDARD AND QUIET ENJOYMENT: As a general rule, our Park is like other typical residential neighborhoods of similar quality and population makeup in our geographic area. Just like any other typical residential area, you and the other residents are expected to accept a reasonable amount of disturbances and other activity by your neighbors and others, which won't be to your liking. For example, periodically your neighbors may give a party, run their lawn mowers or other noisy equipment earlier than you'd like, making too much noise when they start their car, or do other things, which commonly occur in any other neighborhood, which will disturb you. However, if one of your neighbors, another resident or their guest is unreasonably disturbing you or others, you agree to affirmatively contact the person and make reasonable efforts to resolve and remedy it. Management is not the cause of such disturbances and shall have no responsibility, duty or obligation to intercede in a "neighbor vs. neighbor" dispute, except as may be required by law. No such responsibility duty or obligation lies as against the management under the terms of the rules and regulations, rental or lease agreement, or by reason of any other residency document enforceable as a contract. If management seeks to take reasonable steps to try to resolve a "neighbor vs. neighbor" dispute, claim or demand:
    1. Tenant shall indemnify and defend the owners and all agents (management agents, entities and employees) (severally and collectively "owner") in respect to any claimed damage or injury inflicted by the tenant including tenant's family members, residents and guests or other invitees (severally and collectively the "tenant"). Specifically, tenant, as so defined, agrees to indemnify owner and agrees to defend and hold owner harmless from all liability, loss, expense, damage, judgments, awards in arbitration, or other injury or loss to owner, including without limitation, attorney's fees and expenses, to the fullest extent not prohibited by applicable law, and all other costs and expenses incurred by reason of, or in any manner resulting from the acts or omissions of the tenant, for which any person seeks to impose liability against owner, including all third-party claims of or related to any facts or circumstances with respect to the acts or omissions of the tenant. Defending the owner in the circumstances defined in this sub-paragraph shall require tenant to allow owner to select counsel of its choice, and owner shall permit defense to be undertaken by tenant's counsel on approval of qualifications specified by Civil Code section 2860, so long as no other factor such as conflict of interest disqualifies tenant's counsel from undertaking such defense. Such a conflict of interest shall be deemed to exist in the event that owner has commenced legal action against tenant for injunctive or other relief or in the event that tenant denies and or refuses to defend owner.
    2. When tenants commence legal action against another tenant:
      1. If tenant obtains a temporary restraining order or injunctive relief against another tenant (including, again, all family members, residents and guests or other invitees), it is agreed that owner shall not be required to do so in order or seek any other remedy to satisfy any legal duty owing to tenant, because further injunctive or other relief by the owner is redundant or superfluous to the relief already previously obtained by the tenant for tenant's protection to remedy any claimed injury or damage;
      2. If some other tenant obtains a temporary restraining order or injunctive relief against you as tenant (including again all family members, residents and guests or other invitees), it is agreed that owner shall not be required to seek injunctive relief or other remedy in order to satisfy any legal duty, because of the judicial determination that you as tenant are at fault: owner shall have no responsibility, duty or obligation to champion a cause on your behalf as to which you have been declared, by judicial decree or order at fault;
      3. In the event you as tenant commence legal action for injunctive or other relief as against another tenant, and, conversely another tenant contemporaneously commences such a legal action against you as tenant, and by order of the court a mutual restraining order or injunction or other reciprocal relief as against you as tenant and any other tenant, is issued again as between both affected tenants, owner shall not be required to seek injunctive relief or other remedy in order to satisfy any legal duty, because of the judicial determination that both of the affected tenants are at fault: management shall have no responsibility, duty or obligation to champion a cause on your behalf or another tenant's behalf as to which you both have been declared, by judicial decree or order at fault. And in such case, further injunctive relief if sought by owner may be redundant or superfluous to the relief already previously obtained by the affected tenants. Owner may seek to terminate the tenancy of one or both such tenants, or seek other relief including without limitation injunctive relief, and this provision shall be without prejudice to such right of owner.
      4. In the event a temporary restraining order is issued against any tenant, owner may seek supplemental injunctive relief for protection of its own interest. Morever, tenant agrees that issuance of a restraining order against a tenant, or breach of the covenant of quiet and peaceable enjoyment by one tenant against another, constitutes good and sufficient grounds for termination of tenancy as a substantial annoyance or other relief including without limitation injunctive relief.
      5. Once tenants or residents become embroiled in any altercation, that is a matter to be handled by peace officers and not by the property manager or owner. Such conduct constitutes good and sufficient grounds for termination of tenancy as a substantial annoyance.
      6. THE PROVISIONS OF THIS PARAGRAPH AND SUB-PARAGRAPHS IMMEDIATELY ABOVE SHALL BE CONSTRUED AND INTERPRETED AS BEING MADE IN ACKNOWLEDGMENT OF THE COVENANT OF QUIET ENJOYMENT AND IN LIEU OF ALL DUTIES EXPRESS OR IMPLIED AS TO THE COVENANT OF QUIET ENJOYMENT TO THE EXTENT PERMITTED BY LAW. THERE ARE NO PROMISES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, MADE BY OWNER AS TO THE COVENANT OF QUIET ENJOYMENT, OR THE QUALITY, CONDITION, VALUE OR FITNESS FOR USE OF THE MOBILEHOME SPACE AND TENANCY EXCEPT AS SO PROVIDED.
  4. We will make a reasonable effort and try and have residents and guests comply with these Rules and Regulations, but at the discretion of the Owner, minor or ordinary occurrences tolerated in a typical neighborhood constitute modern day life, which cannot be avoided or remedied. There will also be instances where we will not be able to be successful in enforcing these rules when we reasonably seek to do so. In many instances, it may be impossible or impractical for us to enforce these rules because, for example, our legal advisors conclude that judicial willingness to enforce certain rules may not be reasonably certain, the severity of the violation warrants no enforcement activity, and due to other practical and legal reasons. Because of these and other similar considerations, you agree that by freely deciding to establish tenancy in the Park and continuing your tenancy, we will not be liable to you or others for typical and routine disturbances commonly foreseeable, nor are we liable for inconsistent or lack of enforcement of these Rules and Regulations.
  5. DEFINITIONS: These Rules and Regulations are part of your rental and lease agreements, so please read them carefully. In these Rules and Regulations, the following terms will have the following meanings unless the context or way they are used indicates a different meaning is intended. In all cases, the common sense, normal meaning of the term will apply.\
    • 'Resident,' 'you,' 'your' and other similar terms mean someone we have approved for tenancy in the Park under a rental or lease agreement or who we have approved to lawfully occupy a mobilehome with a resident as a member of their household.
    • 'Owner'; 'we,' 'us'; 'Park Manage1nent,' 'Management,' 'Park' and other similar terms mean the owners of the Park, including their partners, shareholders, directors, officers, representatives, employees and agents. 'Park' also means our mobilehome Park.
    • 'Park facilities'; 'recreational facilities', 'common areas' or other similar terms mean those facilities and areas of the Park which are generally open to residents and their guests.
    • 'Space' or 'homesite' other similar terms mean the mobilehome lot you are renting from us.
    • 'Mobilehome' means the mobilehome or manufactured home, which you occupy in the Park.
    • 'Mobilehome Residency Law' or 'MRL' means the most current version of the California Civil Code sections 798 and following. Resident acknowledges that the MRL is attached to the Lease or Rental Agreement.
    • 'Guest' includes anyone living with you who has not been approved by us for tenancy and does not have the right to occupy your mobilehome on an ongoing basis as a member of your household. Unless noted to the contrary, 'guest' also includes your agents, employees, persons living with you as allowed by Civil Code section 798.34(b), ©) or (d) invitees, permittees, Licensees or other persons in the Park at your invitation, request or tolerance.
    • 'Owner's approval,' 'our approval' or other similar terms mean you must obtain our prior written approval for any action on your part requiring Owner's consent as provided herein.
    • 'Discretion' refers to decision-making by the management where provided, and the exercise of that decision­ making power shall be based on the personal, sole and undisturbed choice of the management.
    • 'Adult' means someone age 18 or older.
    • 'Child,' 'children' or other similar words mean someone under the age of 18.
  6. COMPLIANCE WITH LAW AND LEASE OR RENTAL AGREEMENT: No violation of any federal, state, or local law or regulation or administrative, order by you or your guests is allowed. Also prohibited is any violation of any term, condition, or other provision of the lease or rental agreement applicable to anyone's tenancy or residency in the Park or these Rules and Regulations.
  7. The promises, duties and conditions of this agreement are a private matter of contract between residents and management. This agreement is not for the benefit of any other resident or person. It is agreed that no other resident's rental agreement, or rules and regulations benefit you and that this agreement does not benefit others; there is no third party beneficiary to this contract. Thus, no claim against the management may be made for the decision or policy of refrain from enforcement of rules and regulations, including covenants to maintain the peace and quiet, bars against encroachment, or any disagreement with a neighboring or other resident or person residing or upon the premises of the community, for any reason including advice of counsel.
  8. This agreement may differ from other agreement and rules and regulations in effect in the park. Thus, in the event, for example, that a neighbor is claimed to be violating a rule and regulation, or that you are claiming a neighbor is disturbing you, such violation gives rise to a remedy available only to management, and management may pursue such remedy or not in management's discretion; such a rule violation does not give rise to a claim against management for not enforcing rules and regulations as to a complaining homeowner. This provision is the essence of this agreement. It is not subject to any waiver by the management unless expressed in writing and executed by an owner of the mobilehome park; the resident manager has no authority to waive the provisions of this paragraph.
  9. OTHER RULES AND REGULATIONS AND DOCUMENTS: Other rules and regulations and documents are referred to below and incorporated in our rental and lease agreements. Others are posted in the Park. These other rules, regulations and other documents and signs (as they may be periodically changed) are incorporated in these Rules and Regulations by reference.
  10. If, for any reason, any portion of these Rules and Regulations are adjudged unenforceable for any reason, such an occurrence is strictly unintentional, based on the counseling and advice of an attorney, and all affected portions will be deemed automatically deleted without further action on our part, with all remaining rules to be in full force and effect.
  1. There are no minimum age requirements to live in the Park. Any regulations which result in differential treatment based on age merely implement existing law or regulations or health and safety imperatives to avoid risk of injury, danger or harm which can be avoided by reasonable care of parents or adult custodians. Management will not at any time unlawfully administer, enforce or express any preference with respect to existing or prospective tenants, residents, or guests based on any protected class status as defined under such laws. No such unlawful activity by other persons whether residing in or doing business in the community or otherwise is permitted; any unlawful discrimination known or reasonably suspected may be reported to appropriate government authorities for prosecution.
  2. Any regulations which result in differential treatment based on age merely implement existing law or regulations or health and safety imperatives to avoid risk of injury, danger or harm which can be avoided by reasonable care of parents or adult custodians. Such rules and regulations as contained herein, and other policies of the management expressed in any writings, posted signs, memos, notices or otherwise, have been based on consultation with legal counsel for compliance; in the event that any such policy is ruled or challenged as being or having become unenforceable or void based on legal interpretations, rulings or complaints, management may on receiving notification of the existence of such a dispute, omit, delete or rescind operation thereof without further notice and without inference or implication of fault or wrongdoing. Management will not at any time unlawfully administer, enforce or express any preference with respect to existing or prospective tenants, residents, or guests based on any protected class status as defined under such laws.
  3. These Rules and Regulations supersede any other rules and regulations dated prior to the date set forth above.

No more than two (2) persons per bedroom, plus one (1) additional person per home shall regularly occupy the home. All bedrooms must have an unobstructed exterior window or door large enough for an adult to get through in the event of fire or other emergency. For purposes of this restriction, a "bedroom" is a room intended by the manufacturer of the mobilehome to be regularly used as a bedroom and all bedrooms must contain closet space. A bedroom is not a bathroom, kitchen, den, family room, living room or other room, which has been or could be converted to a bedroom.

  1. Owner shall be represented by a Resident Manager who is vested with legal right and authority to enforce the Rules and Regulations on behalf of Owner. The Resident Manager has no authority to enter into any verbal agreement, understanding, or to make exception, or approve any arrangement inconsistent with the rules and regulations and rental agreement.
  2. The Resident Managers may not give advance written consent where called for by the rental agreement or the rules and regulations. The Resident Managers are not authorized to consent or agree to, nor acquiesce in exceptions, special arrangements, or to waive compliance with the rental agreement or rules and regulations. Please do not request the managers to make promises or seek special favors they cannot offer or accept. Park employees are prohibited from receiving any notices, mail, service of process, gratuities, deliveries or packages (in particular mail or parcel post) or other property from anyone for safekeeping, storage or any purpose on behalf of any resident or guest. Resident Managers shall do no work in or around your home on the premises except as needed to fulfill park management duties. In the event that resident seeks to have such work done or services performed (beyond the scope of management duties), Resident should seek independent contractors and management is released from all responsibility and liability therefore. Management shall not refer to contractors for such work. Accordingly, resident releases the park owner, agents, employees and representatives for any defects, faults, failures, with respect to any work or services provided by Resident Managers as to resident's mobilehome, accessory structures, equipment, appliances, or landscaping. This release includes all actions, disputes, controversies, claims, demands, injuries and property damage, which relate to such work or services.
  3. The managers have no authority to represent or give opinions about mobilehome values, quality, utility, condition or merchantability: please consult your dealer or broker. Numbers for the managers when not in the office are posted.
  4. Acceptance of rent by the Resident Manager shall not reinstate a tenancy after breach or termination on proper notice, and shall not create a tenancy where such payment is made by a prospective purchaser, dealer or other person for a space; any such payment received shall be deemed a payment on behalf of the prior resident in order to retire past debt, or for purposes of maintaining bare custody of the payment pending approval of receipt by the Park owner.
  5. Accordingly, the conditional acceptance of rent pending approval of tenancy shall not be deemed to create a tenancy or waive any requirements applicable to tenancy, purchaser application or approval requirements or assignment or transfer requirements. Acceptance of rent by the Resident management shall constitute no waiver of rule violations or any rule, substantial annoyance, or other grounds for the termination of tenancy specified under the Mobilehome Residency Law, or other rights. Acceptance of rent by the Resident Manager after service of a notice to terminate tenancy as specified in Civil Code §798.57 shall not waive, release, cancel, or affect the validity and effectiveness of, or prejudice in any way, the notice, demand or suit there under. Nor shall routine service of other notices by the resident manager, management communications, or other actions or omissions of the management waive, release, cancel, prejudice, or affect the right to terminate tenancy, process a purchaser application and approve a tenant for tenancy, or otherwise adversely affect the rights of management. Possession of rent by the resident manager shall not be deemed "acceptance" as legally defined, until actually approved by the park owner; accordingly, the receipt by or the tender of payment to the resident park manager shall be conditional and for custody purposes only until approved and accepted by the park owner.
  6. No waiver of park management's right to enforce any provision of the rules and regulations after resident default shall be deemed a waiver or estoppel of the right to enforce same or other rule or regulation upon any further default. The acceptance of rent hereunder shall not be nor shall be construed to be a waiver, estoppel or acquiescence of any default, breach, violation, nonconformance or other failure to perform the rules and regulations. Manager's delay in enforcing a rule is not a waiver of the rule, nor shall be an estoppel against enforcement, nor shall constitute any other legal or equitable defense to enforcement.
  7. Park may exercise any right under the terms of the rental agreement or lease, or these rules and regulations as amended or modified or any other right of the management under applicable law, and do so at any time subsequent to the date such right became effective hereunder, and do so retroactively to the date the right initially became effective or enforceable and demand performance from such inception through to and including the date of the demand and thereafter; any such delay, forbearance, whether intentional or inadvertent in enforcing any such right shall not be construed as a waiver, release or acquittal, accord and satisfaction, settlement in whole or part; shall not constitute an estoppel, and, shall not render any such right unenforceable or be a defense against enforcement of such rights from the time such right could first be exercised and thereafter.
  1. All guests must register with Management if they stay more than a total of twenty (20) consecutive days or thirty (30) days in a calendar year and are subject to a guest charge as set forth in your rental agreement.
  2. Resident agrees to acquaint all guests with the conditions of tenancy of the Community, including, but not limited to, the Community's Rules and Regulations. Resident is personally responsible for all the actions and conduct of his guests including, but not limited to, any damage caused by his guests.
  3. Management reserves the right to determine whether the Community's recreational and other facilities can accommodate, all the residents and their guests and, therefore, Management may refuse any guest access to said facilities if the guest's presence would unreasonably detract from the use and enjoyment of these facilities by other residents and guests who are then using the facilities.
  4. Except when guests are entering or leaving the Community, Resident must accompany his or her guests at all times when they are in the Community or using any Community facility.
  5. If Resident will not be present, then no guests may occupy or otherwise use Resident's home without prior written approval.
  1. Landscaping of un-landscaped spaces or changes to existing landscaping shall be completed within ninety (90) days of the date Resident signs the rental agreement or the date work is first commenced, whichever is earlier. Because of the infinite variety of living and non-living objects, which may be used in landscaping, it is impossible to describe all things, which will or will not be accepted as landscaping. Consequently, the following general landscaping standards are provided only to assist residents in their preliminary planning. Prior to beginning any landscaping, including changes to existing landscaping, Residents must obtain the prior written approval of Management. Residents are cautioned that there are spaces in the Community which contain landscaping, which no longer conform with the present Community standards and regulations. Residents may not assume, therefore, that their plans will be approved because they conform to landscaping existing on other spaces. Any landscaping installed which does not conform to the Community's residency documents or is installed without the required written approval must be removed by Resident within ten (10) days of receipt of written notice.
  2. The Community's general landscaping standards are:
    1. Residents are encouraged to be as original and elaborate as they wish as far as lawn, flowers, and shrubs are concerned.
    2. Only live plants may be used.
    3. Decorative rock, bark or similar ground cover maybe incorporated in your landscaping plan provided written approval is first obtained from Management as to its location. Black plastic ground cover must be used to prevent weeds from growing up through the rocks.
    4. Owner expressly prohibits the use of odorous manures and fertilizers.
    5. Trees are permitted only with prior written Management approval as to the type and location. No tree or shrubbery is allowed which does or may develop a root structure which causes cracking, buckling, or otherwise interferes with streets, driveways, other Community facilities or other spaces;
    6. The installation of fences or walls is prohibited.
    7. Waterfalls, statuary and other forms of decor will be permitted only with Management's prior approval.
    8. Permanent flagpoles are not permitted. Flagpoles which are four (4) feet or less in length, which are designed to be mounted on the front of the home and easily removed for storage are permitted.
  1. The installation of all required appliances, accessory equipment and structures on incoming homes by Resident shall be completed within sixty (60) days of the date Resident signs the rental agreement or first occupies the home, whichever is earlier. Prior to commencing installation of or a change in accessory equipment and structures, or installation of or a change in any appliance which is to be connected to the gas, electric or water supply, Resident shall submit for Management's approval a written plan describing in detail the accessory equipment, structure or appliance which Resident proposes to install or change. Because of the wide variety of types and styles of available appliances, accessory equipment and structures, it is impossible to describe all those which Management will or will not accept. Consequently, the following accessory equipment, structures and appliance standards are provided only to assist residents in their preliminary planning. Residents must discuss their plans for accessory equipment and structures with the Community Manager prior to preparing the written plan for Management's approval. Residents are cautioned that there are homes and spaces in the Community, which contain accessory equipment, structures and appliances, which no longer conform with the present Community standards and regulations. Residents may not assume, therefore, that their plans will be approved because they conform to accessory equipment, structures and appliances existing on other homes and spaces. Any accessory equipment or structure or appliance installed or changed which does not conform with the Community's residency documents must be removed by Resident within ten (10) days of receipt of written notice.
  2. The Community's general standards for accessory equipment, structures and appliances for incoming homes are:
    1. Porches, porch and carport awnings, skirting, steps, and a shed must be added:
    2. Carports and porches must be covered by an awning when covers the entire carport or porch and is aesthetically compatible with the appearance of the home;
    3. All exterior siding of the home must be of a material approved by Management, with skirting to match and compatible with existing homes. Plywood siding is not permitted. Roofs must be of composition shingle or other approved material of an approved color;
    4. Exterior steps, both patio side and carport side, must be of an approved material matching the exterior material of the home. Treads and porch surfaces, unless masonry, must be covered with outdoor carpet or other approved material;
    5. The temporary steps provided by your dealer must be removed from the Community no later than sixty (60) days from the time the home is moved into the Community. Steps must have approved handrails;
    6. Resident must install one storage shed, with a maximum of 100 square feet, placed in a spot approved by Management a second storage shed may be installed provided that together they do not exceed 100 square feet. Storage sheds must be of an approved manufactured type, of anodized material and painted to match the exterior of the home;
    7. All homes moving into the Community must have detachable /removable hitches and tongues which must be removed when the home is installed;
    8. All mobilehomes coming into the Park for the first time must meet the following requirements:
      1. Only new, not used, mobilehomes are permitted.
      2. The location and placement of the mobilehome on the space will he determined by us.
      3. Must have detachable hitches and tongues, which must be removed when the mobilehome is installed.
      4. The mobilehome may not require more electrical service than is available at the space.
    9. Drippings from air conditioners are not allowed to fall onto the ground under the home but must, instead, be piped away from the home in a manner satisfactory to Management. Management mnst approve the location and type of all air conditioning units. Air conditioning units must be compatible with the electrical output of the Community;
    10. All appliances must conform with all applicable federal, state and local laws and ordinances. Resident is responsible for making sure that the home and all accessory equipment and appliances are compatible with the electric service now available and do not exceed the rating for the space;
    11. TV or dish antennae may only be installed at a location approved by Management on the rear one-half (1/2) of the space or home. All such antennae must not be visible from the street. If placement of the antennae in accordance with these rules sufficiently impairs the quality of reception, the antennae must be installed in the most inconspicuous location possible and out of view to the greatest extent possible. TV and dish antennae may only be as high as reasonably necessary to receive acceptable quality signals provided that no TV or dish antennae may extend more than twelve feet (12) above the home roof. Only dish antennae, which do not exceed thirty-nine inches (39") in diameter, are permitted. All other dish antennae are prohibited. Every TV and dish antennae must be installed and secured in compliance with all applicable codes, city and state laws and regulations. TV and dish antennae must be installed and secured so as not to jeopardize the safety of any neighboring property and/or person. Resident is responsible for the maintenance and repair of any TV or dish antennae installed on resident's space or home and all such devices must be maintained in good condition and repair. Resident is responsible for all costs associated with the installation, maintenance, use or removal of any TV or dish antennae. TV and dish antennae are not allowed to encroach onto any common area or the space of another resident, or placed in such a way as to obstruct a driver's view of any street, driveway, sidewalk or intersection;
    12. Homes must have a State of California approved tie down and earthquake bracing system;
    13. The installation of pools, spas, hot tubs and Jacuzzis are prohibited;
    14. Color and materials used are subject to Owner's discretion and must be of an earth-tone or pastel variety, or as per the samples kept in the park office;
    15. Any pouring of concrete must have the prior written approval of Management; and
    16. In order to maintain the aesthetic beauty of the Community, Owner/Management reserves the right to impose additional standards on those residents who have corner spaces or spaces in unique locations.
  3. The Community's general standards for accessory equipment, structures and appliances for existing homes are:
    1. Residents are required to maintain in good condition and repair the home and all accessory equipment, structures and appliances, which are presently installed or may be installed on the space. This obligation includes the replacement of any such items, which are missing or are damaged to the point that they cannot be reasonably repaired. This obligation also includes the repainting of the home, accessory equipment, structures and appliances when they are reasonably in need of repainting. Color and materials used are subject to Owner/Management's discretion. In addition, all such items shall be required to comply with all applicable laws and regulations; and
    2. Those who were residents prior to the standards for incoming homes being instituted will not be required to adhere to them unless they voluntarily undertake to make a change or addition to their space, home, accessory equipment, structures or appliances. Residents will also only be required to adhere to the new standard(s), which apply to the changes, or additions they are actually making. For example, if you added a storage shed, you would only be required to adhere to the storage shed standard. In other words, the standards for skirting and awnings would not apply to you unless you voluntarily made some change or addition to your skirting or awnings.
  4. Owner reserves the right to require any home sold/transferred/assigned to a prospective buyer/transferee/ assignee to remain in the Community to be inspected and approved by the Department of Housing and Community Development ("HCD"), any other regulatory agency responsible for such inspections or a licensed contractor. The cost for such inspection shall be Resident's responsibility.
  1. Residents must maintain their space and home and all landscaping, structures, improvements and other things attached to or placed thereon in good condition and repair and in a neat, clean, attractive and well-kept fashion. Lawns must be mowed regularly and weeds must be kept under control. Residents must maintain at Resident's sole cost all trees located on their space, regardless of whether they planted the trees or the trees were planted by a prior resident/occupant of the space, so as not to become a specific hazard or health and safety violation. Management shall be responsible for the trimming, pruning, or removal of trees located on Resident's space only upon a determination that a tree poses a specific hazard or health and safety violation. Should Resident fail to properly maintain a tree located on Resident's space, or should it be determined that Management is responsible for a tree located on Resident's space, Owner reserves the right, at Owner's sole discretion, to remove said tree. All concrete, asphalt and other surfaces, including driveways and parking spaces, shall be maintained in good condition, kept clean and maintained free of oil, and all other sticky or oily substances. Resident shall be responsible for the cost of repairing damage to and/or the replacement of Resident's driveway caused by an act of Resident, any member of Resident's family, any occupant of Resident's home, and any guests, workers, contractors or invitees of Resident. Resident shall be responsible, at resident's sole cost, for the maintenance, repair replacement, paving and sealing of a homeowner (past or present) installed driveway. When Resident is away, it is Resident's responsibility to have someone maintain his home and space.
  2. Wheels, hitches and other items permitted by law are the only objects, which may be stored under the home. Unless specifically permitted by the Community's residency documents or approved by Management, nothing may be placed or stored outside of the home or storage shed(s) This limitation includes, but is not limited to, overstuffed furniture, appliances, ironing boards, brooms, mops, tools, gardening equipment, debris, refuse, litter, firewood or any item which is unsightly in appearance. Patio furniture, operable bicycles and barbecue equipment, all of which are to be maintained in an attractive and neat condition, are the only items permitted outside of the home or storage shed. Nothing is to be hung outside of the home or shed to dry or air or for any other purpose.
  3. Garbage and refuse must be placed in plastic trash bags or trash cans and kept inside the home, storage shed(s) or kept in a location not visible from the street or an adjacent home until placed in the Community's disposal bins. The Community's disposal bins are for the use of residents only. Residents are not to remove any item placed in recycling and/or disposal bins without approval of Management. Sanitary and health laws must be obeyed at all times.
  4. Large items such as furniture, boxes, old carpet, appliances, etc., must not be placed in or beside the Community's disposal bins. Resident is responsible for the removal from the Community and proper disposal of all such items.
  5. Resident must not dispose of any hazardous waste, substance or household products in the Community disposal bins and shall not dump any such substance on any Community property, on any space within the Community, in any drain connected to the sewer system or in the Community streets. All hazardous waste, substances and household products including, but not limited to, used motor vehicle oil, engine coolant, pesticides, toxins, paints, cleaning products and other similar substances shall be taken by resident to a hazardous waste collection center or otherwise disposed of in accordance with all applicable local, state and federal law.
  6. Anything, which creates a threat to health and safety, shall not be permitted on the space. No flammable, combustible, or explosive fluid, material, chemical or substances, except ones customarily used for normal household purposes, may he stored on the space and then only in quantities reasonably necessary for normal household purposes.
  7. As major repair and painting can cause damage to the property of others if not properly conducted, Resident is required to obtain Management's consent before undertaking such action.
  8. If any portion of the exterior of the home or its accessory equipment, structures or appliances, or the space is damaged, the damage must be repaired within thirty (30) days. This obligation includes, but is not limited to, damage to the siding, awning supports, downspouts, skirting, porch or storage shed.
  9. The utility pedestals (water and utility hookups) must be accessible at all times. If one of the Community's utility shut­ off valves or part of the Community's cathodic protection system is located on resident's space, it must be uncovered, accessible at all times and not tampered with by Resident. Resident shall not connect, except through existing electrical or natural gas outlets or water pipes on the space, any apparatus or device for the purposes of using electric current, natural gas or water. Residents are not to open, remove or tamper with any utility meter and/or system without the prior written approval of Management.
  10. Trees and shrubs may not extend beyond lot boundary lines. All trees and shrubs must be maintained so as not to obscure the street view of those driving in the Community.
  11. Resident will bear the cost of repairs to any utilities or Community property damaged by Resident. To avoid damage to underground facilities, Residents must have Management's approval before digging or driving rods or stakes in the ground.
  12. Sweeping or hosing dirt, clippings or debris into the street or the neighboring space is prohibited.
  13. Building permits, licenses and other similar permission from governmental or quasi-governmental bodies or agencies are required and must be obtained before construction or installation of certain accessory equipment and structures and appliances and all such appliances, equipment and structures must comply with all federal, state and local laws and ordinances. Only licensed contractors having liability and worker's compensation insurance are permitted to work in the Community and/or install items which are required to be connected to the electrical, gas or water supplies.
  14. Except in those instances where the electrical system capabilities may he insufficient to supply adequate power to all appliances or where there are specific restrictions on the installation of certain items, reference in the Rules and Regulations or other residency documents to items "connected to the gas, electric or water supply" are not intended to include normal household appliances that can be installed by simply "plugging in" to an electrical plug or attaching a water hose to an existing outlet or making a similar connection to a gas outlet. Rather, the Community is only concerned with items which require more extensive installation efforts where the method and quality of the installation may present health or safety problems if not performed correctly or the installation of items which require building permits or installation by a licensed contractor or where the Community or other persons may he adversely affected by the installation of the particular item.
  15. Because the Community's electrical service delivery system is subject to minor momentary and transient voltage surges, fluctuations and disruptions which may occur in the normal operation of the Community's electrical system and which are beyond the control of Community, it shall be the responsibility of Resident, at Resident's own expense, to install and maintain any and all special and/or auxiliary protective devices on the load side of the service delivery point as deemed necessary by Resident to protect Resident's electrical equipment and devices from voltage surges, fluctuations and disruptions resulting from causes beyond the control of the Community.
  16. CAUTION: RESTORATION OF ELECTRICITY, WHICH MAY CAUSE SURGES IN ELECTRICAL POWER, FOLLOWS INTERMITTENT POWER INTERRUPTIONS. POWER SURGES OFTEN AFFECT UNPROTECTED CONSUMER HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCES SUCH AS ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT (COMPUTERS, STEREOS, RADIOS, ETC.). MANAGEMENT IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR THE DISRUPTIONS, OUTAGES, SURGES, OR OTHER IRREGULARITIES IN THE PROVISION OF ELECTRICAL SERVICE TO THE PREMISES WHICH ARE CAUSED BY THE SERVING PUBLIC UTILITY ..RESIDENT AGREES THAT OWNER IS FULLY AND UNCONDITIONALLY RELEASED AND DISCHARGED FROM ANY AND ALL LIABILITY WHICH ARISES ASA RESULT OF THE ACTS AND OMISSION OF THE SERVING PUBLIC UTILITY. IT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE RESIDENT, EXCLUSIVELY, TO EXERCISE PRUDENT CARE FOR PROPERTY WHICH MAY BE AFFECTED BY DISRUPTIONS, OUTAGES, SURGES, OR OTHER IRREGULARITIES IN THE PROVISION OF ELECTRICAL SERVICE TO THE PREMISES. ACCORDINGLY, RESIDENT HAS THE RESPONSIBILITY TO TAKE THE FOLLOWING PRECAUTIONS:
    1. Resident has the responsibility, always, TO USE SURGE PROTECTORS FOR THE PROTECTION OF RESIDENT'S PROPERTY, especially for computer equipment, stereo equipment, radios and other electrical appliances, devices and products which may be affected by disruptions, outages, surges, or other irregularities in the provision of electrical service. Unplug heat­ producing items such as irons or portable heaters to prevent a fire when power is restored.
    2. Report the difficulty to the management immediately.
    3. Turn off and unplug all computer equipment, stereo equipment, radios, appliances and other electrical equipment, except for a single light bulb, which will be the signal your power has been restored. This helps ensure against circuit overloading, which could delay restoration of service.
    4. In the event of an outage, do not use candles for lighting during an outage, since they create a fire hazard. Use flashlights or battery-powered lanterns instead.
    5. Check the neighborhood to see if others have their power. If they do, the problem may be a "tripped" circuit breaker.
    6. IT IS RECOMMENDED THAT RESIDENT OBTAIN A HOMEOWNER'S INSURANCE POLICY TO COVER DAMAGE, LOSS AND LIABILITY ASSOCIATED WITH THE DISRUPTIONS, OUTAGES, SURGES, OR OTHER IRREGULARITIES IN THE PROVISION OF ELECTRICAL SERVICE TO THE PREMISES AND OTHER RISKS.
    7. Resident agrees not to install electrical appliances, which will use energy in excess of the electrical service and capacity available to your Space. Resident also agrees not to attempt to increase the electrical service and capacity of the Space by installing any device or taking any other action unless our prior written permission is given. If electrical demands exceed the capability of the Park, or are otherwise inconsistent with the capabilities of the Park, you will be deemed to be in default under your rental or lease agreement and you will, in addition to all of the remedies available to us, reimburse us within ten (10) working days for any costs and expense we incur in remedying the situation created by your use of excessive or inconsistent electrical demands. You also agree to indemnify and hold us harmless against any loss, cost, damage, expense (including attorneys' fees and costs) or other liability incurred or imposed by reason of any injury to persons or property which occurs as a result of your electrical demands.
  17. Only accessory equipment, structures and appliances, which are aesthetically compatible with the appearance of the home, are permitted and no such "homemade" equipment, structures or appliances may be installed without Management's prior written approval.
  18. Residents must maintain and respect all lot boundary lines and not infringe on other residents' spaces. Management reserves the right to modify any lot line at any time provided that such modification does not violate applicable law. Actual and apparent use of a homesite defines the expectations of occupation, which Resident may use and enjoy. Resident is responsible for homesite maintenance within the area defined by the lot line markers. You shall maintain your lot line markers as they currently exist and you will promptly notify us if your lot line markers are lost, moved or destroyed. The foregoing defines the enforceable expectations of use, occupation and enjoyment to which Resident is entitled. The lot line markers and lot lines in the park are for the purpose of establishing the separation and set-backs for installation of mobilehomes, accessory structures and equipment, utilities and appliances as defined by applicable codes and standards and for no other purpose. Therefore, Resident may not rely on the lot line markers to define the area of use and enjoyment to be expected. Owner reserves the right to modify any lot line at any time provided that such modification does not violate any applicable law. If Resident or any prior resident of the space or any adjoining space has installed landscaping or other improvements that have been discovered to encroach across a lot line over a course of time of previously-established consistent usage, then residents of any adjoining spaces agree to continue to allow the use of the area encroached upon as was expected before such discovery. This use of the encroached­ upon area will not, however, affect the location of the lot line markers. Resident shall maintain the lot line markers as they currently exist. Resident agrees to indemnify and hold harmless owner and owner's agents, employees, representatives, assigns and successors, against any loss, cost, damage, expense (including attorneys' fees) or other liability incurred or imposed by reason of any person, association, firm or corporation claiming to have an interest in the event that the lot line markers are lost, moved or destroyed.
  19. Christmas decorations and lights may not be put up outside of Resident's home before Thanksgiving and must be removed by mid-January. Other seasonal and holiday decorations may not be put outside of Resident's home any earlier than two weeks before the holiday and must be removed within two weeks following the holiday.

Community personnel shall have a right of entry upon the land upon which a home is situated for maintenance of utilities, trees, driveways, for maintenance of the Space where the Resident fails to maintain the Space in accordance with these Rules and Regulations, and for the protection of the Community at any reasonable time, but not in a manner or at a time which would unreasonably interfere with Resident's use of the Space. So long as we do not unreasonably interfere with your use of the Space, we shall have the right to enter onto your Space for any legitimate purpose, including, but not limited to, inspecting for compliance with rules and regulations, maintaining, repairing, replacing, and/or adding utilities or improvements on your space or other areas of the Park.

  1. The hours for the recreational facilities are posted. The facilities will be closed from time to time for cleaning and repairs. Recreational facility rules are posted and incorporated by this reference.
  2. Use of the recreational and other facilities by residents and their guests is a privilege, not a right, and may be revoked if you, or your guests, abuse the privilege by failing to act reasonably and in accordance with these Rules and Regulations.
  3. Residents wishing to reserve the main hall and kitchen for parties may apply to Park Management. If the date does not conflict with another planned use of the facilities and approval is obtained, then you will be asked to sign an agreement, and your request will be granted. However, the Clubhouse will remain open to all Park Residents. To schedule a function or event in the clubhouse, a Resident must, at least two weeks prior to the event, fill out a request form, which is available in the Park office, and obtain written approval from us. The application is required to disclose the following information:
  1. Residents must complete an application for reservation of the clubhouse. The following information will be required for approval of the function or event:
    1. The proposed date;
    2. The proposed beginning and ending time;
    3. The number of persons invited;
    4. The names of the persons invited;
    5. The occasion for which the reservation is requested;
    6. Identification of facilities or equipment will be used or brought to the hall;
    7. Identification of any decorations to be put up in the hall;
    8. Description of all food and drink to be served;
    9. A description of all beverages to be served or allowed in the hall for the occasion, function or event;
    10. A description of any music or entertainment;
    11. The name of the residents to be responsible for damage to park property;
    12. The name of the residents responsible for cleanup;
  2. No activity will be permitted which is illegal, constitutes a nuisance, breach of the peace, or is unsafe, disruptive, disturbing or which interferes with the business of the management. No smoking, no dangerous activity, no illegal activity nor any activity, which may endanger anyone, is permitted. If the reservation is approved, it is subject to immediate revocation in the event that any activities, conduct or conditions during the reserved time constitutes any of the foregoing conditions. Invitations for attendance to members of the general public are prohibited.
  3. Management personnel shall be entitled to enter onto the premises, monitor the planned event, and enforce rules and regulations of the park relating to the use of the clubhouse. Any activity may be cancelled during the planned event by the management if it appears that such activity poses unreasonable risk of harm to anyone or damage to property. Management is not required to supervise or observe any planned event; this is the exclusive responsibility of the host. Host shall take reasonable measures of assuring adequate security as necessary for the planned event.
  4. There will be no charge for the use of the clubhouse. If the date does not conflict with another social event or planned use of the facilities, and approval is obtained, your request will be granted. Reservations will not be given for use of the pool areas. The pool area is held out for the access of residents, their families and limited reasonable number of guests.
    1. Cleanup-Deposit for Private Functions: There will be no charge for the use of the clubhouse in the event the occasion is a resident function and all park residents are invited.
    2. Management reserves the right to require a deposit of $250.00 for any private occasion which is not intended for the attendance or invitation of all park residents (for use in the event of damage to facilities, or damage or loss of fixtures or property in the facilities other than nominal wear and tear) and for other legally permissible purposes. Management may deduct the cost of any damage or the cost of cleaning from such deposit.
    3. Damages caused to the park facilities or property will be charged and collected from the resident who had reserved the facility and/or others whose conduct was proximate cause for the damage. Resident will be required to pay for any additional cleaning that may be necessary after the function or for any damage that may occur. Those Residents scheduling the function will be responsible for all cleanups immediately after the event or party.
    4. The hosting Resident(s) is/are personally liable for the acts and omissions, including personal injury and all property damage, resulting from use of the clubhouse, kitchen, pool area, patios or other common areas during the planned event. All costs and expenses for damage to park property, or for cleaning or repairs or replacement of damaged property shall be assessed against the host(s) and at Owner's option, such charges may be added as further monthly rent when the charges are ascertained. Private parties must be limited to families and friends of residents and the general public may not be invited. You are responsible for all of your guests.
  1. Swimming pool area rules are posted and are incorporated by this reference. DO NOT SWIM ALONE. NO LIFEGUARD IS ON DUTY. Resident assumes full responsibility while using the swimming pool.

Alcohol and smoking is prohibited in the clubhouse and the Community's recreational and other facilities unless prior written approval is first obtained from Management for special events.

  1. Residents and guests must behave reasonably, be respectful of the legitimate rights, of others, not do anything which will unreasonably and adversely affect others and not do anything which may endanger anyone or any other person's property. This limitation includes, but is not limited to, unreasonable and noise, intoxication, quarreling, threatening, fighting, immoral or illegal conduct, profanity, or rude, boisterous, objectionable or abusive language or conduct, threatening or interfering with the Manager, employees, contractors or Owner of the Community. The use or display of fireworks and any weapon, including, but not limited to, bow and arrow, BB guns, knives and guns are expressly prohibited.
  2. Persons under the influence of alcohol or any other substance are not being permitted in any area of the Community, which is generally open to Residents and guests.
  3. Radios, televisions, record players, musical instruments and other devices must be used so as not to unreasonably disturb others. "Ham" and other transmitters are prohibited in the Community.
  4. Residents and guests must not encroach or trespass on any area which is not open for general use by Residents and their, guests. All Community property which is not for the use of Residents and guests, including but not limited to gas, electric, water and sewer connections and other equipment connected with utility services and tools and equipment of Community must be avoided and not used, tampered or interfered with in any way.
  5. Residents and their guests must not encroach on other Residents' spaces without that Residents' approval. Residents must acquaint all visiting guests with the Community Rules and Regulations.
  6. Although playing in the streets is not prohibited, all such activities must be limited to activities which will not present a reasonable likelihood that the participants, others, or property off others will be injured or damaged. This limitation includes, but is not limited to baseball, football, or other such games involving flying objects, skateboards, "Big Wheels," and remote control devices.
  7. Except for fireplaces, barbecues and other appliances in Resident's homes, fires are not permitted.
  8. The violation of any law, ordinance or regulation of the city, county, state or federal government is prohibited.
  1. No repair or maintenance work of any kind on any vehicle, boat or trailer (other than Resident's home) may be done in the Community. Under no circumstances are guests permitted to undertake repairs to their vehicles within the Community.
  2. Vehicles, including bicycles, must be operated in a safe manner. Pedestrians, electric carts and bicycles shall be granted the right of way. No motorized vehicle may be operated within the Community by any person who is not licensed. Vehicles operated in the Community must be properly licensed and registered. RESIDENTS MUST OBEY ALL POSTED TRAFFIC CONTROL SIGNS (e.g. stop signs, no parking signs, signs, etc.).
  3. No vehicle is permitted to be in the Park or parked on a mobilehome driveway or designated parking space if it is not maintained in normal operating condition, neat and clean in appearance, in compliance with all Vehicle Code equipment requirements and bears current registration. The foregoing vehicles include, but are not limited to, "junkers" or other vehicles whose exterior appearance has deteriorated to a point where they are unsightly and detract from the appearance of the Park, any vehicle dripping oil, gasoline or other automotive fluid and excessively noisy vehicles. Any vehicle not meeting these standards may be removed from the Park by management at Resident expense in accordance with the Mobilehome Residency Law, after applicable notice is given. In the event that the vehicle poses a danger to others, no notice is required prior to removal by the management. A drip pan may be used if cleaned regularly by prior written agreement. If it is returned to the driveway or designated parking space in violation of this rule, the vehicle may be removed without further notice. Management may refuse admittance to the Park of any vehicle that does not comply with these Rules and Regulations and remove it in accordance with law.
  4. Bicycles may only be ridden on the roadways and not on sidewalks, grass, vacant Spaces or any other paved area. Bicycles must obey the same traffic regulations as other vehicles.
  5. Motorcycles, motor scooters, mopeds or other licensed two and three wheel-motorized vehicles brought into or operated in the Community must be driven by the most direct route between the Community's entrance and Resident's home. Mini-bikes, dirt bikes and other loud off-road vehicles are not permitted within the Community. Guests are not permitted to bring any such prohibited vehicle into the Community.

All landscaping and structures or other improvements permanently attached to or embedded in the ground shall become a part of the realty upon their installation and belong to Community and shall remain upon and be surrendered with the space, unless Resident obtains permission from Community to remove, at his own expense, said improvements. Resident shall repair any damage to the space caused by the removal, including, but not limited to, the filling in and leveling of holes or depressions and shall leave the space in a neat, uncluttered condition with the Community's original engineered grade intact.

  1. Residents may only park as many vehicles as will fit on their driveway, up to a maximum of two (2) vehicles per space. Parking is permitted only in designated parking areas. Unless otherwise posted or permitted by these Rules and Regulations, STREET PARKING IS PROHIBITED AT ALL TIMES. Such vehicles may be towed in accordance with the Mobilehome Residency Law. Vehicles parked on Resident's space may only be parked on the driveway, and not on the landscaped or other areas of the space or other vacant spaces within the Community. Vehicles parked on the driveway must not extend beyond the property line into the street. Guests may only park on the host resident's space, in designated guest parking spaces, or outside of the Community. Because of limited parking facilities, traffic congestion, noise and the need to insure a safe and pleasant environment for all Residents, Management reserves the right to restrict the number of guests bringing automobiles or other vehicles into the Community. Sleeping in parked vehicles is prohibited.
  2. Motor homes, buses, travel trailers, boats, boat trailers, and other similar vehicles that are not self-propelled may not be permanently parked on Resident's space. Permanent parking, for purposes of this rule, is defined as a period exceeding 24 hours or more than 5 times in any one month. All such prohibited vehicles will be parked in the Community's limited recreational vehicle parking area or outside of the Community. Space within the recreational vehicle parking area shall be on a first-come, first-served basis and will be subject to a charge. Management is not responsible for providing space for all residents' recreational vehicles within the recreational vehicle storage area.
  3. These parking limitations do not apply to service vehicles of contractors or other persons performing services for Resident during the time the service is being performed. Vehicles, which are otherwise prohibited, may be temporarily parked on Resident's space or on the street for purposes of loading or unloading (only while actively loading or unloading).
  4. No vehicle may be "stored" on the space. "Storage" shall include, but not be limited to, the parking of an inoperative vehicle for a period exceeding two (2) weeks, the parking of an operative vehicle that is not in use for a period exceeding four (4) weeks, or the parking of more than one vehicle for the purpose of selling the vehicle(s). Residents may, however, leave their vehicle(s) in their parking space while on vacation.
  5. VEHICLES PARKED IN VIOLATION OF THESE RULES AND REGULATIONS ARE SUBJECT TO BEING TOWED AT THE VEHICLE OWNER'S EXPENSE.
  1. Laundry facilities are for use by residents and their guests only. The facilities will be closed from time to time for cleaning and repairs. Additional Rules and Regulations governing the use of the laundry and its facilities are posted and are incorporated by this reference.
  2. Due to the risk of injury to small children posed by limbs getting caught in moving machinery, the Consumer Safety Commission has recommended keeping small children away from laundry dryers ("These injuries are serious and at least 21 of the injuries have involved children. Four children and one adult experienced the amputation of an arm. Other injuries have included 1 hand amputation, 2 finger amputations, 20 fractured arms, 1 fractured finger, and finger/hand bruises and lacerations. Traumatic injury may result if a person's hand or arm is caught in a spinning laundry load. Never Open Door While Machine is Operating - Keep Children Away - Report Unsafe Machines" U.S. CONSUMER PRODUCT SAFETY COMMISSION, WASHINGTON, D.C. 20207, CPSC DOC #5106). For these reasons, young children should be supervised while in the laundry room.

The normal business hours for the Community office are posted. EXCEPT IN AN EMERGENCY, PLEASE DO NOT TELEPHONE OR GO TO THE MANAGER'S HOME. The Community office phone is for business and emergency use only. Except for emergencies, all complaints and suggest10ns must be in writing and signed by the person making the complaint and/or suggestion.

  1. Except as specifically permitted by the Community's residency documents, no "For Sale" signs or other signs advertising anything for sale or advertising any other commercial activity are permitted. Signs with Resident's name and address are permitted. Any sign advertising the sale or exchange of Resident's home shall be limited in size as presently provided in the Mobilehome Residency Law; no more than one (1) such sign shall be displayed and it shall be displayed only in accordance with the provisions of the Mobilehome Residency Law. Any change in the Mobilehome Residency Law or other laws affecting the restriction on signs shall automatically become applicable and be part of the Rules and Regulations. Except as provided for above, all other exterior signs are prohibited.
  2. Resident may display a political campaign sign relating to a candidate for election to public office or to the initiative, referendum, or recall process in the window or on the side of the mobilehome, or within the site on which the home is located or installed. The size of the face of a political sign may not exceed six square feet, and the sign may not be displayed in excess of a period of time from 90 days prior to an election to 15 days following the election, unless local ordinance imposes a more restrictive period of time for the display of such a sign.
  3. The mobilehome and space may not be used for any business or commercial activity, which would result in the residential nature of the Park being changed or disturbed. For example, you may have a business where the work is done inside the mobilehome and other residents are not disturbed by the business activity. A business which would result in such things as the following is not permitted:
    1. Customers coming into the Park on a frequent basis so that traffic or parking problems are created;
    2. The business involves the operation of noisy equipment or results in quantities of materials used in the business being stored outside the mobilehome or storage shed;
    3. Any manufacturing or processing requiring the use of power tools, chemicals, spray paints, machining, adhesives, or which creates noise, emits light, odors, fumes, smoke or any particulate matter, requires pressurized vessels of any kind utilizes any flammable, poisonous or hazardous substance' which increases or results in any additional traffic in the park: or increases or may increase or create dust, noise, or any odors or fumes, requires waste disposal other than ordinary household waste disposal and volume, creates emissions of any kind which are reasonably objectionable to others, or any acts, conduct, or activity which is inconsistent with park zoning and conditional use permits, or which may affect insurability of the park, available coverage, increase the cost of insurance, or expose the management to liability, claims, demands, costs, or suits from any third party including any governmental or other entity, agency, or organization; and
    4. The law or one of our other rules and regulations or conditions of tenancy being violated. All proposed business activity must be approved in writing and in advance by us and we may, in our sole discretion, refuse permission. This rule is not intended to and shall not prohibit a properly licensed residential care facility, which the Community is required by law to accept.
  4. Except for the sale of Resident's home, no "auction," "moving sale" or "garage sale" will be permitted.
  5. Throw-away newspapers, distribution of handbills and door­ to-door selling or solicitation are not permitted. Solicitations for political purposes will be permitted so long as they do not unreasonably disturb Residents of the Community, the Community has been notified in advance and the solicitor is accompanied by a resident.
  6. "Caravanning" by Realtors or brokers of homes, which are for sale, is specifically prohibited.
  7. All exterior "For Sale" signs must comply with the provisions of the Mobilehome Residency Law. For sale flags and banners are prohibited.

Subletting is prohibited and any subletting will be void except as provided in this paragraph. "Subletting" means any renting, regardless of the time period or how it is characterized, of the mobilehome or Space.

  1. Management shall permit a homeowner to rent his or her home that serves as the homeowner' s primary residence or sublet his or her space, under the circumstances described in this section. A homeowner shall be permitted to rent or sublet if a medical emergency or medical treatment requires the homeowner to be absent from his or her home and this is confirmed in writing by an attending physician. The following provisions shall apply to a rental or sublease pursuant to this section. Only one mobilehome may be subleased by the homeowner though the homeowner may own or control one or more mobilehomes or homesites in the Park.
    1. The minimum term of the rental or sublease shall be six months, unless the management approves a shorter term, but no greater than 12 months, unless management approves a longer term.
    2. The management may require approval of a prospective renter or sublessee, subject to the process and restrictions provided by subdivision (a) of Section 798.74 for prospective purchasers of mobilehomes. The management may charge a prospective sublessee a credit screening fee for the actual cost of any personal reference check or consumer credit report that is provided by a consumer credit reporting agency, as defined in Section 1785.3, if the management or his or her agent requires that personal reference check or consumer credit report.
    3. The renter or sublessee shall comply with all rules and regulations of the park. The failure of a renter or sublessee to comply with the rules and regulations of the park may result in the termination of the homeowner' s tenancy in the mobilehome park, in accordance with Section 798.56. A homeowner' s tenancy will not be terminated however, if the homeowner completes an action for unlawful detainer or executes a judgment for possession, pursuant to Chapter 4 (commencing with Section 1159) of Title 3 of Part 3 of the Code of Civil Procedure within 60 days of the homeowner receiving notice of termination of tenancy.
    4. The homeowner shall remain liable for the mobilehome park rent and other park charges.
    5. The management may require the homeowner to reside in the mobilehome park for a term of one year before management permits the renting or subletting of a mobilehome or mobilehome space.
    6. Notwithstanding subdivision (a) of Section 798.39, if a security deposit has been refunded to the homeowner pursuant to subdivision (b) or ©) of Section 798.39, the management may require the homeowner to resubmit a security deposit in an amount or value not to exceed two months' rent in addition to the first month's rent. Management will retain this security deposit for the duration of the term of the rental or sublease.
    7. The homeowner shall keep his or her current address and telephone number on file with the management during the term of rental or sublease. If applicable, the homeowner may provide the name, address, and telephone number of his or her legal representative. Resident agrees that subtenant is authorized as an agent for receipt of service of process and notices of Resident and that service of any papers shall only be required to be made to the premises.
    8. A homeowner may not charge a renter or sublessee more than an amount necessary to cover the cost of space rent, utilities, and scheduled loan payments on the mobilehome, if any. Therefore, the rental agreement must be submitted prior to the sublease for inspection by the management. Failure to do so or overcharging a subtenant constitutes a violation of these rules and regulations.
  2. Homeowner shall further agree, warrant and guarantee the dutiful performance of all terms and conditions of the sublease agreement by the sublessee and agree to indemnify and defend us and our agents and employees against any claim or demand made by or against the sublessee for any injury or damage caused by sublessee or resulting to the sublessee, our active negligence and willful misconduct excepted.
  3. Homeowner acknowledges that sub-lessees are not tenants because there is no landlord/tenant relationship as between Park and sublessee. It is specifically agreed and understood that sublessee cannot become a resident by attempting or purporting to pay Park such monies.
  4. Receipt, retention, acceptance or possession of any monies from the sublessee shall only be on behalf of the Resident. As between Park and sublessee there is no privily of estate or contract. Any endorsements tendered on the face of any conditional obligation of the Homeowner to the contrary shall be deemed a breach of this agreement entitling Park to immediately declare breach and termination hereof.
  5. Homeowner hereby further agrees to defend and indemnify, at Resident's sole expense, the Park from any claims, liabilities, or actions brought by sublessee against the Park or for any action brought against the Park by any person arising out of conduct related to Sublessee's conduct within the Park. Subleasing not approved or in any way inconsistent with this agreement is void. There is no power and no right to sublease unless this agreement is complied with. For pnrposes of the lease or rental agreement, rules and regulations, and other residency documents, "subleasing" includes the rental of your mobilehome and space, including "home sitting", "house­ sitting", "house-watching", "care taking", subleasing with an option to purchase, and purchase contracts unless in such circumstances the purchaser is bona fide and has been approved in accordance with Civil Code §798.74 and becomes the registered owner of the mobilehome. Subleasing also refers to contractors who occupy the space or mobilehome in the absence of the resident, for whatever the purpose.

Owner and Management shall not be liable for any loss, damage or injury of any kind whatsoever to the person or property of any resident or any of the employees, guests, invitees, permittees, or licensees of any resident, or of any other person whomsoever, caused by any use of the Community or space, or by any defect in improvements erected thereon, or arising from any cause whatsoever, unless resulting from the negligence or willful act of Owner or Management. Owner strongly urges residents to keep their homes secured and all personal effects insured for their protection. It is strongly recommended that residents fully secure all windows with locking devices and that a deadbolt lock with a one-inch throw be installed on all doors. It is suggested that each resident carry personal liability and property damage insurance and replacement coverage on his or her home and belongings.

If the prospective buyer/transferee/assignee of Resident's home intends for the home to remain in the Community, or for the buyer/transferee/assignee to reside in the Community, said buyer/transferee/assignee must do the following before occupying the home:

  1. Complete an application for tenancy;
  2. Be accepted by the Community;
  3. Execute a rental agreement or other agreement for the occupancy of the Space; and
  4. Execute and deliver to Management a copy of the Community's then effective Community Rules and Regulations and other residency documents.

IF THE BUYER/TRANSFEREE/ASSIGNEE FAILS TO EXECUTE THE COMMUNITY' S LEASE OR RENTAL AGREEMENT, HE/SHE SHALL HAVE NO RIGHTS OF TENANCY.

Owner may, in order to upgrade the quality of the Community, require the removal of homes from the Space upon their sale or transfer to a third party, in accordance with the provisions of the Mobilehome Residency Law and other applicable law. Any such rights granted Owner due to amendments, deletions, or modifications of the Mobilehome Residency Law and other applicable law may be enforced by the Owner at its option. Specifically:

  1. Park reserves the right to require that the Resident obtain an inspection conducted by the California Department of Housing and Community Development, or if applicable, the local enforcement agency with responsibility and jurisdiction to enforce Division 13, Part 2.1 of the California Health and Safety Code and the applicable provisions of the California Code of Regulations Title 25, Division 1, Chapter 2 (mobilehome parks). The mobilehome may not be transferred or sold for in-park residency by a new prospective Resident if the mobilehome and accessory structures, equipment and appliances do not pass such code inspection. The inspection shall be requested by the Resident no later than on the date Resident is required to notify the management that the mobilehome is being offered for sale. Such notification must be given as soon as possible, because there may be delays encountered in scheduling an inspection. Resident should further seek inspection as soon as possible in order to avoid possible inconvenience or delay in finalizing a subsequent sale of the mobilehome after the expiration of the 60-day written notice of termination of tenancy required to be given to the management.
  2. In addition to the requirement of inspection, Management shall furthermore, require repairs and or improvements prior to approval the mobilehome for in-park sale in the following respects:
    1. All damage caused by the actions or negligence of the Resident or an agent of the Resident;
    2. The repair or improvement of the mobilehome, its appurtenances, or an accessory structure that is not owned and installed by the management, based upon or as required by a local ordinance or state statute or regulation relating to mobilehomes, or a rule or regulation that implements or enforces a local ordinance or a state statute or regulation relating to mobilehomes. Such requirements shall apply to the exterior of the mobilehome, its appurtenances, or an accessory structure that is not owned and installed by the management.
  3. Resident is required to request written statement itemizing all required repairs and or improvements. Management shall provide a written summary of repairs or improvements required no later than 10 business days following the receipt of a request for this information, as part of the notice of termination of tenancy required by Civil Code §798.59 (the written advance 60 day notice of termination of tenancy to be given to the management).
  4. Management further reserves the right, pursuant to Civil Code §798.73, to require removal on sale if the mobilehome is in a significantly rundown condition or in disrepair, as determined by the general condition of the mobilehome and its acceptability to the health and safety of the occupants and to the public, exclusive of its age.
  5. Any such rights granted either party due to amendments, deletions or modifications of the Mobilehome Residency Law and other applicable Jaw may be enforced by either party at that party's option.
  6. If, on the date of this Agreement, there is not presently a mobilehome located on the Homesite, or if Resident is to remove the mobilehome presently located on said Homesite and replace it with another mobilehome, Resident acknowledges and agrees that a certain make, model, type, size, age, and condition of the mobilehome which will occupy the Homesite and the accessory equipment and structures which will be a part of or installed with the mobilehome. Resident warrants to Park that all representations made regarding the mobilehome and all accessory equipment and structures prior to their being placed on the Homesite are true and accurate. Park is pennitted by this paragraph to inspect the mobilehome and the accessory equipment, and Resident agrees not to substitute another mobilehome or other accessory equipment and structures for the ones approved by Park unless they meet all of Park's requirements and specifications. If Park determines that said representations are not true and accurate, then Park may refuse to accept the mobilehome or the accessory equipment and structures for installation. Submission of a plot plan is required by Resident (or its agent) and approval in writing by management must be obtained before seeking or procuring any permits for installation of the mobilehome. Inspection by management may be made at the time the mobilehome and the accessory equipment and structures arrive at the Park, and the mobilehome and the accessory equipment and structures shall not be allowed within the Park until they are inspected and approved.

22. Pets

  1. Permission to keep a house pet must be obtained from Management. A house pet is defined as a pet that spends its primary existence within the home.
  2. The type of pets permitted is cats, dogs, small birds, such as parakeets and canaries, fish and other usual household pets approved by Management. Only medium-sized cats and dogs (which at maturity do not exceed Twenty four inches (24") in height, when measured at the shoulders when in a standing position) are permitted. Farm animals (chickens, etc.), animals, which may be dangerous or have unpredictable behavior (Pit Bulls, Rottweilers, etc., or mixed breeds thereof) and exotic animals (snakes, etc.) are not allowed. Owner reserves the right to request Resident to have the pet examined by a veterinarian to have it certified as to breed or potential dangerous character. With the exception of fish and caged birds, no more than two (2) pets will be allowed per home. All non-house pets are prohibited.
  3. Each pet must be licensed and inoculated in accordance with local law. Upon request by Management, Resident must provide evidence of licensing and inoculation within seven (7) days of the request.
  4. Pets will not be allowed in the laundry or common areas at any time with the exception of guide dogs, signal dogs and other service dogs as defined by Civil Code, Section 54.1. Pets are not permitted to invade the privacy of other residents' spaces, flowerbeds, shrubs, etc.
  5. Any pet running loose in the Community will be impounded at the pet owner's expense and the resident may be notified to vacate his Space or give up his pet. Should a pet is lost or dies a resident must obtain written permission from Community Management before acquiring another.
  6. Pets must be walked on a short leash at all times held in the hand of the person walking the pet. When walking a pet within the Community, the individual walking the pet is responsible for picking up and disposing of any excrement from the pet.
  7. Regardless of the area, any excrement left by a pet must be picked up immediately and disposed of properly.
  8. Pets will not be allowed to cause any unreasonable disturbance or harm. If a pet causes any unreasonable disturbance, annoyance or harm (including, without limitation, excessive barking, growling, biting, or any other unreasonable noises or damage to property), permission to keep the pet may be revoked;
  9. Except for guide dogs, signal dogs and other service dogs as defined by Civil Code Section 54.1, guests are not permitted to bring pets into the Community.
  10. Unless consented otherwise, no exterior pet housing is permitted in the Park. This includes, but is not limited to, any type of fencing, confining barricade, kennel, cage, or structure. Tying of pets outside the mobilehome or leaving pets unattended outside the mobilehome or anywhere in the Park's common areas is prohibited.
  11. Tying of pets outside the home and leaving them unattended is prohibited.
  12. Feeding stray cats, other stray animals and wild animals in the Community is prohibited. Therefore, it is not permitted to leave any food outdoors.
  13. After moving into the Park, a pet may not be acquired without written permission from the Park Management. Park Management must approve all pets before application to rent is accepted.

Only licensed contractors having adequate liability and Worker's Compensation Insurance are permitted to work in the Park and we may require them to provide proof of insurance to us in advance of beginning any work. You may not allow any liens or other claims to be made against our property and, if you do, you agree to immediately do whatever is necessary to remove them and protect our interests. We may at our election take such action as necessary to remove such liens if you fail to do so and provide written proof consisting of a release from lien, on ten days written notice, and if so you will promptly and on demand reimburse management for the cost of clearing title to the owners property, and such debt shall be deemed to constitute further rent beginning the month following finality of the actions required to remove such lien, including all attorney's fees and costs. Resident may not record a copy of the rental agreement or lease agreement, nor may resident record a homestead against the laud of the owner.

Material which will not dissolve in the sewer system, such as facial tissue, paper towels, sanitary napkins, or dryer sheets MUST NOT BE FLUSHED DOWN THE TOILETS. We may hold resident responsible for costs of clearing any clogged lines where the obstruction is located on the resident's side of the main or common line. Resident shall indemnify management for any damage which occurs due to such a resident-caused obstruction.

  1. No waiver by Management of Management's right to enforce any provision hereof after any default on the part of Resident, shall be deemed a continuing waiver or a waiver of Management's right to enforce each and all of the provisions hereof upon any further or other default on the part of the Resident. The acceptance of rent shall not be, or become construed to be, a waiver of any breach of any term, covenant or condition of the parties' lease or affect any notice, demand or suit hereunder.
  2. Acceptance of rent shall not reinstate or create a tenancy. Conditional acceptance of rent pending approval of tenancy shall not be deemed to create a tenancy or waive any requirements applicable to tenancy, purchaser application or approval requirements or assignment or transfer requirements. Acceptance of rent shall constitute no waiver of rule violations or any rule, substantial annoyance, or other grounds for the termination of tenancy specified under the Mobilehome Residency Law, or other rights. Acceptance of rent after service of a notice to terminate tenancy as specified in Civil Code section 798.57 shall not waive, affect or prejudice the notice. Nor shall routine service of other notices, management communications, or other actions or omissions of the management waive, prejudice, or affect the right to terminate tenancy, process a purchaser application and approve a resident for tenancy, or otherwise affect the rights of management. Possession of rent by the Resident manager shall not be acceptance until actually approved by the park owner; accordingly, the receipt by or the tender of payment to the Resident park manager shall be conditional and for custody purposes only until approved and accepted by the park owner.
  3. Park may exercise any right under the terms of the rental agreement or lease, or these rules and regulations as amended or modified or any other right of the management under applicable law, and do so at any time subsequent to the date such right became effective hereunder, and do so retroactively to the date the right initially became effective or enforceable and demand performance from such inception through to and including the date of the demand and thereafter; any such delay, forbearance, whether intentional or inadvertent in enforcing any such right shall not be construed as a waiver, release or acquittal, accord and satisfaction, settlement in whole or part; shall not constitute an estoppel, and, shall not render any such right unenforceable or be a defense against enforcement of such rights from the time such right could first be exercised and thereafter.
  1. RESIDENT RESPONSIBLE FOR MOISTURE, ACCUMULATED WATER, MOLD: Resident shall maintain the homesite so water does not accumulate. Water must drain off in a fashion as to avoid runoff onto another homesite. The skirting shall not extend into the grade because moisture or water may accumulate under the mobilehome. All watering systems shall be installed, maintained and adjusted as necessary to avoid water run-off and standing water. Any berms shall be maintained to avoid the accumulation of water on the homesite. Any masonry skirting must contain sufficient ventilation to prevent accumulation of water under the mobilehome.
  2. Resident warrants to maintain the mobilehome and areas under the mobilehome and space free of and from conditions which produce mold. Resident is also responsible for mold cleanup. It is imperative to treat and remove all molds as if they are potentially harmful. The following are sources of indoor moisture that may cause problems: flooding, backed-up sewers, leaky roofs, humidifiers, mud or ice dams, damp crawl spaces, constant plumbing leaks, house plants - watering can generate large amounts of moisture, steam from cooking, shower/bath steam and leaks, wet clothes on indoor drying lines, clothes dryers vented indoors, combustion appliances (e.g. stoves) not exhausted to the outdoors. Homeowner should keep the humidity of the home down and ensure adequate ventilation inside the home (especially in the kitchen and bathroom).
  3. If you can see mold, or if there is an earthy or musty odor, you can assume you have a mold problem. Visible mold growth is found underneath materials where water has damaged surfaces, behind walls or inside the vapor barrier under the sub floor of the mobilehome. Look for discoloration and leaching from wall surfaces. Mold cleanup is usually considered one of the housekeeping tasks of the private citizen and is such a responsibility of the resident, along with roof and plumbing repairs, sweeping and house cleaning.
  4. Any discovery of mold in or about the mobilehome should be cleaned up promptly. When considering clean up of mold, verify the extent of the problem. It can be treated with bleach. Common dish soap will also aid in dissolving accumulated grease and dirt in the area.
  5. Resident agrees to indemnify, defend and hold management, owner and all agents and employees free and harmless from any claim, demand, suit, action, or liability (personal or bodily injury or property damage to any person or thing) caused or claimed to be caused by mold in, about or under a mobilehome or any accessory structure equipment, appliance or other property, or upon the homesite. Resident furthermore warrants that there is no mold of any kind upon any location on the homesite. Since management may not enter the mobilehome except under the circumstances allowed by the Mobilehome Residency Law, Resident further warrants that the mobilehome is under the exclusive control of the Resident and that management has no duties respecting prevention or treatment of mold within the mobilehome. If the occurrence of mold on the homesite is observed by the management and resident fails to properly remediate such condition, management may proceed with any available remedy including a fourteen day notice as elsewhere provided for in resident's agreements with the management (with management cost therefore to be added as further rent payable together with rents and other charges on the first month, as billed, following such remediation); seek injunctive relief to compel compliance with mold remediation as hereby required; and I or terminate tenancy for failure to comply with this reasonable rule and regulation. Such remedies are cumulative and election of any remedy shall not preclude the resort to other remedies.
  1. Resident, family members, Tenants, guests or other person under the Resident's control shall not engage in criminal activity, including drug-related criminal activity, on or near property premises. "Drug-related criminal activity" means the illegal manufacture, sale, distribution, use or possession with intent to manufacture, sell distribute, or use of a controlled substance (as defined in Section 102 of the Controlled Substance Act (21 U.S.C. 802). Resident, family members, Tenants, guests or other person under the Resident's control shall not engage in any act intended to facilitate criminal activity, including drug-related criminal activity, on or near property premises. Resident shall not permit the mobilehome to be used for or to facilitate criminal activity, including drug­ related criminal activity, regardless of whether the individual engaging in such activity is a member of the household or a guest. Resident, family members, Tenants and guests shall not engage in the manufacture, sale, or distribution of illegal drugs at any location, whether on or near property premises, and shall not engage in acts of violence or threats of violence, including, but not limited to, the unlawful discharge of firearms, on or near property premises.
  2. ANY VIOLATION OF THE ABOVE PROVISIONS SHALL BE A MATERIAL VIOLATION OF THE LEASE AND GOOD CAUSE FOR TERMINATION OF TENANCY. A single violation of any of the provisions of these rules and regulations shall be deemed a serious violation and a material noncompliance with the lease. It is understood and agreed that a single violation shall be good cause for termination of the rental agreement and rules and regulations. Failure to comply with this provision is considered a material, non-curable breach of the lease and will result in a Notice to Quit being served upon Resident requiring that Resident, every member of Resident's household, and all guests or other person(s) under Resident's control shall vacate said premises on proper notice, all in accordance with California law. California law provides for an extraordinary remedy to remedy to regain possession when illegal activity is being carried out on or near the premises which constitutes a public or private nuisance.
  1. Resident acknowledges that the Park is not a "security" community. Resident agrees that Owner, his employees, and agents have not made any representations or warranties to Resident that the Park is secure from theft or other criminal acts which may be perpetrated by any Resident of the Park or other persons. The park is a reflection of modern society, with many of the same benefits and risks. All residents should exercise typical precautionary measures for their own protection and well-being. While there are no specific incidents which call for warnings or precautionary security measures by the management known at this time, good "common sense" advise should be remembered.
  2. First, be aware of your surroundings. When walking in the park, be aware of traffic, bicyclists, and other people. Be even more careful at night when vision is reduced, pedestrians are more difficult to see.
  3. Ordinary security measures are also appropriate, including locking of doors and windows, watching for suspicious activity, watching out for your neighbors. Report any suspicious activities to the police. Be wary of solicitors and salesmen or contractors who canvas door-to-door.
  4. Do not allow strangers into your home for any reason. Be more cautious for your own safety in the evening hours. Management hopes that preventive measures will be effective in avoiding problems before they arise.

The nature of the zoning or use permit under which the Park operates is Mobile Home Park and if subject to a renewal or expiration date is If the Park is subject to a Lease in which Management is a lessee, the expiration or renewal date of such Lease is April 30, 2034.

The following notice is provided for the information of the Resident, and is required to be provided for residential rental agreements. For the convenience of mobilehome owners, this notice is also included herein. The California Department of Justice, sheriff's departments, police departments serving jurisdictions of 200,000 or more and many other local law enforcement authorities maintain for public access a data base of the locations of persons required to register pursuant to paragraph 1 of subdivision (a) of §290.4 of the Penal Code. The database is updated on a quarterly basis and a source of information about the presence of these individuals in any neighborhood. The Department of Justice also maintains a Sex Offender Identification Line through which inquiries about individuals may be made. This is a "900" telephone service. Callers must have specific information about individuals they are checking. Information regarding neighborhoods is not available through the "900" telephone service." The law further provides that based on this notification, the lessor (owner and management), seller, or broker is not required to provide information in addition to that contained in the notice regarding the proximity of registered sex offenders; the information in the notice shall be deemed to be adequate to inform the lessee or transferee about the existence of a statewide data base of the locations of registered sex offenders and information from the data base regarding those locations. The information in the notice shall not give rise to any cause of action against the disclosing party by a registered sex offender. PLEASE NOTE: Owner and management are permitted to investigate the ability of the prospective resident to pay rent and to comply with the rules and regulations of the Community pursuant to Civil Code §798.74. Homeowners and Residents are therefore encouraged to further investigate in this regard to the extent deemed necessary and appropriate.

Resident agrees not to make any alterations, improvements, additions or utility installations to, on or about the Homesite or mobilehome, or to install, remove or change any existing improvements, or modify the drainage or landscaping, or make any contract for such work without Owner's prior written consent and approval. In giving or withholding Owner's consent to any such work, Owner may, at his option, take into account and base his agreement or refusal of consent entirely upon aesthetic considerations and the compatibility of such changes to the Park. If Resident fails to obtain Owner's prior written consent and approval, all such alterations, improvements, additions or utility installations shall be promptly removed by Resident, at Resident's own expense, upon Owner's request.

The emergency procedure for gas leaks or other safety hazards in the gas distribution system is located in the park office. This information is also posted in the park office.

  • Gas Company Telephone Number: 800-427-2200
  • Fire Department: 714-538-3501
  • Emergency: 911
  • Park Manager: 714-542-0637

You acknowledge and agree as follows: That you and the other members of your house hold have had the opportunity to read these Rules and Regulations and all documents it incorporates or refers to and the opportunity to discuss these Rules and Regulations and all such documents with an attorney and any other advisor you might choose to select. You and the other members of your household agree to comply with all the terms of these Rules and Regulations and the documents it incorporates or refers to. You also agree to be responsible for the conduct of other members of your household and all guests or other persons who are in the Park with the permission or at the request of you or other members of your household.

YOU AND THE OTHER MEMBERS OF YOUR HOUSEHOLD ALSO AGREE THAT THESE RULES AND REGULATIONS MAY BE MODIFIED TO ADD OR SUBTRACT PROVISIONS OR MODIFY EXISTING PROVISIONS IN ACCORDANCE WITH CALIFORNIA CIVIL CODES 798, et seq. BY SIGNING BELOW, YOU AGREE THAT THESE RULES AND REGULATIONS ARE EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY ON YOU AND ALL MEMBERS OF YOUR HOUSEHOLD.

Owner reserves the right to amend any and all of the Community's Rules and Regulations in accordance with the provisions of the Mobilehome Residency Law and any other applicable law.

The heading and titles of the paragraphs within these Rules and Regulations are included solely for the purpose of convenience, and shall not affect the construction or interpretation of any of the provisions contained herein.

I have had an opportunity to read the above Rules and Regulations. I have received a copy of the Rules and Regulations and all documents incorporated herein. I agree that I, each member of my household, all guests and other persons in the Community with my permission or the permission of any member of my household, will comply with these Rules and Regulations.

Read and Accepted: Resident

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