Legislation Would Provide Legal Recourse for Community Disputes

The Oakdale Patch of Minnesota reports that Rep. Nora Slawik of the Minnesota House of Representatives has introduced bill number HF1430 to provide low-cost mediation when residents of a manufactured home community have a disagreement with community owners.  In the past, many communities have been family-owned and were responsive to residents’ needs.  Paul Ruby, a resident of a community now owned by an out-of-state corporation, worked with Rep. Slawik to draft the legislation thatwould provide for an administrative law judge to hear disputes.  Ruby said the goal is to more easily address issues that concern residents of all 900 communities across the state, not just the Rolling Hills Community where he lives.


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