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The following links are for quick reference to the relevant Acts and Regulations and Rules that govern both Residential Tenancy and Manufactured
Home Owner's Tenancy along with various rights and responsibilities both of the Landlord and the Tenant.
http://amhoa.ca/ This is the website for the
Active Manufactured Home Owners Association.
It is well worth the visit.
The Residential Tenancy Branch office hours are on the following Contact Us
page of their New website.
The Residential Tenancy Branch's new website address is www.gov.bc.ca/landlordtenant.
The new website provides information on various tabs and links within those tabs
in plain language relating to all aspects of residential tenancy.
On The Law page, which is within the Tools and Resources
tab, you will see links to the Manufactured Home Park Tenancy
and Regulations, and a link to the Dispute Resolution Rules of Procedure (PDF).
On the left side of the Tools and Resources page you will
also see links to Guides, Information Sheets and Policy Guidelines.
The MANUFACTURED HOME PARK TENANCY AMENDMENT ACT, 2010 was before the Legislature, 2nd Session, 39th Parliament
and has had FIRST READING. The following electronic version is for informational purposes only.
The printed version remains the official version. For the pdf version please click on the link for
BILL M 208-2010, or this website link.
This is a link to By-Law 92-21 in pdf format, which came into force in Penticton
on February 3rd 1992. It applies to the Manufactured Home Parks in Penticton. Read it carefully as it appears to only be effective for new development in a park.
Check these links often because the content of these websites does change as updated information is