Mobile home parks generally have a reasonable regulatory code that the landlord establishes and includes in the rental agreement. These rules, attached to the Statement of Policy, protect the welfare of the tenants and ensure respectful treatment of the landlord's property.
Many mobile home parks have basic rules, such as no subletting to anyone who does not already appear in the written contract and the prohibition of any alterations without proper approval. These rules are in place to ensure proper use of the landlord's property. Other rules, such as the rule that prohibits tenants from bringing wild animals into the mobile home park, are for the safety of the other tenants. Any rules in place must relate to their intended purpose and are subject to reasonable enforcement.