Abbottstown, PA asked in Real Estate Law for Pennsylvania

Q: We live in Benton Pa in a mobile home park for 18 yrs.we have been feeding stray/feral cats on our porch for 8 yrs.

The park was sold new owners were ok with feeding now have said we are in violation of park rules.rules state can feed on there anything they can do to us

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A: Whether or not your mobile home park can prohibit you from feeding stray/feral cats on your porch depends on a number of factors, including the specific language of the park's rules and regulations, the laws of Pennsylvania, and the local ordinances in your area. In general, mobile home parks have the right to set rules and regulations for their residents. However, these rules and regulations cannot be unreasonable or discriminatory. For example, a mobile home park cannot have a rule that prohibits all pets, as this would be discriminatory against residents with disabilities who may rely on service animals. For personalized legal advice tailored to your unique circumstances, it's advisable to consult with an attorney.

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