Q: In a mobile home park Can a landlord Dump onto tenants lawn.

Landlord used a tractor to dump televisions onto lawn and breaking glass everywhere then told us to clean it up in 60 days or else. Tractor forcefully shoving me out of the way. 4 or 5 park workers aggressively threw televisions on mom's lawn.

2 Lawyer Answers

Theodore Allan Greene

Answered
  • Real Estate Law Lawyer
  • Sacramento, CA
  • Licensed in California

A: This doesn't sound like something they should be doing. Did you have any other witnesses? Did they give any kind of explanation at all? Very strand behavior. You should consider consulting with a local attorney to see what options you might have.

Dale S. Gribow

Answered
  • Real Estate Law Lawyer
  • Palm Desert, CA
  • Licensed in California

A: To properly evaluate any legal question a lawyer needs a thorough summary of the facts. What you have shared is not much. If you are not clear then the lawyer will no doubt be challenged to give an accurate answer.

It is the same as using the adage for using a computer... “JUNK IN, JUNK OUT”.

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this is very unusual behavior and is clearly wrong............did you call police? I think police or an atty at the least will be able to get the landlord to clean up HIS/HER mess.

take pix and names of wits.

consider suing in small claims for up to $10k

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