Question: I have a resident who was given permission to build a permanent carport. Most all of the carports in my park are free standing and permanent which is my preference. However, he constructed the permanent carport by boring holes in the ground and filling them with concrete and inserting metal mounts to which he fastened 4x4 uprights for the carport. Building it this way, in my opinion, made it part of the real property. I was there when construction started but was absent when it was completed. What now complicates matters is that he recently decided to sell the manufactured home, including the carport. This would not have been an issue had the buyer is now planned on moving the home. I believe that since the carport is now permanently affixed to the ground, it cannot be sold as personal property along with the home. He also attached the carport to the manufactured home which may complicate things, as well. What are my rights here?