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Please keep in mind that the following is not legal advice but information gleaned from our years of experience and, sometimes, how other
jurisdictions are handling the issue.
This page will be developed over time. Its purpose, as I see it, is to list frequently asked questions along with solutions or links to resources that can
It would be nice to have input from the membership and other tenant/homeowners. If you have questions that have been asked, along with answers or solutions that we
all would be interested in hearing about, then please contact the Webmaster at webmaster@pdmhoa
and I will review and then add them to this page.
The inspiration for this page I got from the F.A.Q. page at amhoa.ca. The question they posed was: "Who is responsible for maintenance or
removal of trees in manufactured home parks?" The link they gave for one solution was from the State of Delaware:
"Copy of House Bill 105".
In BC the solution to this question can be possibly answered in the Tenant Agreement or Park Rules established in each park. For example, in the park
that I lived in, the Agreement or Park Rules gave the view that: "Trees, shrubs or plants on the lot at the time the tenant moved in would remain the property
of the Landlord and had to be maintained by the tenant. Also any trees planted became fixtures and therefore the property of the Landlord, or any trees removed
had to have the prior consent of the Landlord".
Also, any big trees that became a safety hazard, would then have to be removed by the Landlord, according to the ACT.