Nevada Property Rights and Transactions

Sec. § 118B.115
Written consent may be required before manufactured home or recreational vehicle is moved into park; remedies if written consent is not obtained; exception.


1.

The landlord of a manufactured home park may require that a person submit a written application to and receive written consent from the landlord before the person moves or causes to be moved a manufactured home or recreational vehicle into the manufactured home park. The landlord shall not unreasonably withhold his or her consent.

2.

If the landlord of a manufactured home park requires written consent pursuant to subsection 1, the landlord shall post and maintain a sign that is clearly readable at the entrance to the manufactured home park which advises the reader of the consent that is required before a person may move or cause to be moved a manufactured home or recreational vehicle into the manufactured home park.

3.

If a person moves or causes to be moved a manufactured home or recreational vehicle into the manufactured home park without the written consent of the landlord, if the landlord requires such consent pursuant to subsection 1, the landlord of that manufactured home park may:

(a)

After providing at least 5 days’ written notice to the person, bring an action for an unlawful detainer in the manner prescribed in chapter 40 of NRS; or

(b)

Require the person to sign a rental agreement. If the person refuses to sign the rental agreement within 5 days after such a request, the landlord may, after providing at least 5 days’ written notice to the person, bring an action for an unlawful detainer in the manner provided in chapter 40 of NRS.

4.

For the purposes of NRS 40.251, a person who moves or causes to be moved a manufactured home or recreational vehicle into a manufactured home park without the written consent of the landlord, if the landlord requires such consent pursuant to subsection 1, shall be deemed a tenant at will and a lessee of the manufactured home park.

5.

The provisions of this section do not apply to a corporate cooperative park.
Source

Last accessed
Feb. 5, 2021