Q: We own a mobile home in a mobile home part. Back in Sept. They evicted us. For a no real reason.we tried to pay our ren
They fused to take . We we're harrassed beyond belief when I figured out a scam they were making more money off us . By charging extremely high wAter bills were a result of leaks we had under our mobile home. We had a lot of evidence but the judge sided with the big money attorney. That was a n obvious excuse for an attorney. There had to have been a bring of some kind. Any way we moved out unwillingly. Now we got a letter stating the right to claim abandon property. Does this mean we get our home back. What are our options if any . How can we find an attorney that will help us. We have been black balled and robbed of our home. And they are still scamming renters and stealing from the elderly. I would love to sue them for definition of charicature, making us pay for charges they caused us . When they refused to take our rent.. now we have an eviction and now they want us to pay for storage. They even stol e his bout and trailer after he was instructed by the office to store it where
"... we got a letter stating the right to claim abandon property. Does this mean we get our home back. [?]"
No. Abandoned property means the mobile home, as well as stuff you left in it,
Bruce Alexander Minnick agrees with this answer
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