Eviction

Phil Querin Q&A - Sex Offender Leaves and Then Returns

Question -   A tenant’s son has a conviction for sex abuse and is still on parole. He was living with his father in the community until neighbors found out about his conviction and began complaining about his presence because this is a family park with many children.  We informed the son’s father that he would have to leave due to his conviction.  He did leave but now he is doing odd jobs here in the park. He also comes into the park to visit his family.  We are getting resident complaints because people are still concerned for their children. Is there anything I can do as a manager to keep this man out of our community?

 

 

Phil Querin Q&A - Sex Offender Leaves and Then Returns

Question -   A tenant’s son has a conviction for sex abuse and is still on parole. He was living with his father in the community until neighbors found out about his conviction and began complaining about his presence because this is a family park with many children.  We informed the son’s father that he would have to leave due to his conviction.  He did leave but now he is doing odd jobs here in the park. He also comes into the park to visit his family.  We are getting resident complaints because people are still concerned for their children. Is there anything I can do as a manager to keep this man out of our community?

 

 

Mark Busch Q&A - What’s The Quickest Way to Get a Tenant Out of My RV Park?

 

Question:  I own a decent-sized RV park with quite a few long-term tenants living there, but with also a few seasonal guests and overnighters.  I have one tenant in particular who is constantly abrasive towards other tenants and guests (for example, walking thru the park and telling people that they need to fix their awnings, stack their firewood in a certain way, etc.).  He has no qualms about interjecting himself in other people’s conversations even when his input is clearly unwanted.  I have already lost several tenants and others have complained.  Before this person ruins my good park, how can I get rid of him quickly?

 

Phil Querin Q&A: When Resident’s Bad Behavior Continues Within 30-day Notice Period

 

Question.  Our manager gave a 30-day notice to a resident for continued bad behavior (e.g. disturbing the peaceful enjoyment of other residents). After the 30-day notice was served the bad behavior continued.  Does the manager have to wait the full 30 days before going to court and filing the eviction?