QUOTE(Kawartha @ Oct 10 2011, 06:52 PM)
Well, park models and modular homes can be listed on the multiple listing real estate service in Canada. I know, because mine is listed with a realtor and has been shown to other real estate companies.
I am not asking for legal advice, as I said at the beginning, I am wondering if anyone else here has consulted a lawyer, related to selling their RV and the seasonal contract.
I don't know why, but I will try one final time. What in the heck are the FACTS?? Finally it appears we have either a Park Model RV or a Modular Home. Which is it? They are very different, both structurally and legally. Also, are we talking about a Rental Contract for a seasonal site or an owned RV lot? Is it in Canada? Are your trying to avoid paying the Commission to the park or are you trying to break a rental or purchase contract? You are not going to get any answers without letting people know what you are talking about and what you are trying to accomplish. And yes, you are asking for legal advice, you just (A) Don't want to admit it. and (
Don't want to pay for it. No matter what you find out, it won't amount to a hill of beans unless you are willing to pay an attorney to enforce the law if it turns out it is in favor, or are willing to accept an anonomous layman's opinion if it is not in your favor. If you are unwilling to hire an attorney, you are going to have to abide by all the terms of the contract in question or face the consequences of breaching that contract. All the lay advice and public opinion will not change the terms of a written contract, only the courts can do that.