Manufactured Home Community Owners Agree to Settlement

According to newszap, Delaware Attorney General Beau Biden issued an order requiring PFL Limited Partnership, owner of Layton’s Riviera MHC in Sussex County in southern Delaware, to better protect its residents. MHProNews has learned an investigation by the state’s Consumer Protection Unit (CPU) revealed numerous violations of the Manufactured Home Owners and Community Owners Act. Specifically, under an agreement with the CPU, PFL has to remove debris remaining from a deserted manufactured home that was destroyed in a fire, and to repair and maintain community roads so they are safe. The company was also ordered to pay $3,500 in investigative costs and attorneys’ fees, and $10k in civil penalties to the state. As long as PFL abides by the agreement the civil penalties will be suspended, but future violations may result in a $25,000 fine per incident.

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