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Homeowners living in a park have the right to review the proposed long-term lease and to reject it within 30 days and opt instead for a 12-month lease agreement or month-to-month rental agreement. (Civil Code §798.17(b)) If a homeowner rejects a long term lease, then the park cannot increase the rent above the terms provided for in the rejected long-term lease, for a year after the rejection date. (Civil Code §§798.17(c), 798.18(b)) A homeowner living in the park is entitled to a 12-month agreement or month-to-month, if they ask for it. (Civil Code 798.18(a)).

● The resident has 30 days to accept or reject a long-term lease.
● The resident has the option of a month-to-month or annual rental agreement.
● If the lease is rejected, no increase in rent is allowed, above the terms of the lease, for a year

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