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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
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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:
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:
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.
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.
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.