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It depends. If the Permit to Operate (PTO) is officially suspended by the state Department of Housing (HCD) for more than 30 consecutive days, the park cannot legally collect rent from residents until the permit is re-instated. Until the PTO is officially suspended by HCD however — despite the fact that the PTO fee may not been paid to the state in a year — residents who withhold rent from the park may be subject to a notice of termination of tenancy by the management.

Recap:
● If the park’s PTO is officially suspended by HCD for more than 30 days, then the park cannot legally collect rent.

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