Attorney General Sues Community Owners

As MHProNews reported here earlier today (Mon. April 8), the closing of Hilltop Mobile Home Park in State College, Penn. that led to a musical benefit to help residents, has also led to charges being filed against the owners by the state attorney general’s Bureau of Consumer Protection for allegedly violating the Manufactured Home Community Rights Act by not paying relocation expenses. The law states the MHC owners are required to pay $4,000 to move each single-section home, and also have to buy the homes of those who are unable or unwilling to relocate. Owners Kenneth Mayes II and his sister, Sharon Mayes, have entered a conditional sales agreement with a student housing builder, which led to the closing of the community Feb. 28. They reportedly have paid some homeowners but not others. GantDaily states the attorney general’s office is also pursuing an injunction to prevent the Mayes’ from dissipating the assets once the sale is final.

(Photo credit: Christopher Weddle/centredailytimmes–Hilltop Emptying out.)

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