Q: I feel I was wrongly evicted my trailer sale was denied 6 times no return calls for sale sign removed doors screwed shut

My trailer still sits on lot its been over a year I get no phone calls back I haven't received any letters do they just get my home do I owe for all this time? Is there anything i can do about them denying my potential sales? Slander? Treble damages? I tried to pay my back rent they would not accept and let me stay. I never received an eviction notice it was taped to my door. Windows and doors screwed shut my for sale sign was removed from window. Skirting was removed garbage was thrown all over back yard. I have called many times and have gotten no calls back. I was threatened with trespassing and told i was banned from park couldn't even come see my mom who lives there. Do I just leave my trailer do I keep calling what do I do? I could have sold trailer a year ago but the park denied and detoured all buyers that were interested. I don't know what to do pleaee give me some guidance

1 Lawyer Answer
Brent T. Geers
Brent T. Geers
  • Grand Rapids, MI
  • Licensed in Michigan

A: They do not have to accept your sale offer or offer you an explanation as to why. Sounds like they foreclosed on your trailer. If that's the case, and proper procedure was followed, there is nothing you can do at this point. The fact that there was a notice taped to your door, even though you're saying you never received anything, suggests that the proper steps were taken to make this happen.

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