(1) “Landlord” means the owner or manager of a manufactured home community and includes an employee
or agent of the landlord.
(2) “Lease agreement” means a written agreement between a landlord and a tenant that establishes the terms,
conditions, and other provisions for placing a manufactured home on the premises of
a manufactured home community.
(4) “Manufactured home community” means a parcel of land on which four or more lots are offered for lease for installing
and occupying manufactured homes.
(5) “Manufactured home community rules” means the rules provided in a written document that establish the policies and regulations
of the manufactured home community, including regulations relating to the use, occupancy,
and quiet enjoyment of and the health, safety, and welfare of tenants of the manufactured
(6) “Manufactured home lot” means the space allocated in the lease agreement for the placement of the tenant's
manufactured home and the area adjacent to that space designated in the lease agreement
for the tenant's exclusive use.
(7) “Normal wear and tear” means deterioration that results from intended use of the premises, including breakage
or malfunction due to age or deteriorated condition, but the term does not include
deterioration that results from negligence, carelessness, accident, or abuse of the
premises, equipment, or chattels by the tenant, a member of the tenant's household,
or a guest or invitee of the tenant.
(9) “Premises” means a tenant's manufactured home lot, any area or facility the lease authorizes
the tenant to use, and the appurtenances, grounds, and facilities held out for the
use of tenants generally.
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