Huntington Woods, MI asked in Land Use & Zoning and Real Estate Law for Michigan

Q: I live in a trailer park can the manager come on the leased piece at any time or do they have to give notice

they are saying they will come and take my trump sign in my front yard

1 Lawyer Answer
Thomas. R. Morris
Thomas. R. Morris
  • Dexter, MI
  • Licensed in Michigan

A: I expect that the lease provides the landlord with the authority to maintain the property. If the lease does not permit you to post a sign on the property, I expect that the lease would permit the landlord to enforce the lease by removing a sign. Without reviewing the lease, I cannot determine whether the removal of the sign is a breach of the lease. Whether notice to you is required to enter your front yard depends upon the terms of the lease. Note that this is not the same as government action -- a government may not be able to limit your freedom of expression by prohibiting a political sign, but your landlord is not subject to that same constraint.

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