If you sign a residence contract and pay a deposit, your parking or caravan owner must send you a bond lodgement form. Once you have signed the form, you must deposit your deposit with the Residential Tenancies Bond Authority. If your landlord/administrator asks for a deposit, but refuses to give you a Bond Lodgement form, contact us for notice. You can have a rental contract if you rent a mobile home that can be classified as a “dwelling house”. The Land Contracts Act applies when it comes to accommodation: this holiday caravan rental contract should be used if a lessor wishes to grant a short-term rental of a static caravan. As a rule, the rental contract is for a period of one to two weeks. A genuine holiday rental cannot be a short-term relationship, so the provisions of the Housing Act 1988 (property guarantee, etc.) do not apply. A duration of more than two weeks may be granted, but the duration should not exceed 6 months, otherwise the agreement looks less like a holiday rental and more like an insured short-term rental contract. The owners of the caravan park charge for the rental. The owner of a caravan receives a rental fee. Sometimes the park owner and the caravan owner are the same person, so the rental and rental fees are combined. Remember that your rental agreement only determines your rights to live in a rented mobile home, NOT your rights to live on the mobile home/caravan. Your rights to live on the site are governed by different laws and depend on whether or not you exist on a protected website or on an unprotected site.
Click here for more details. Before signing a site agreement, the site owner must provide you with certain information and documents required by law. For more information, see our checklist: Signing a Location Agreement. The agreement you have can be a lease or a license. Most people who rent a mobile home have a license, but you have stronger rights if you have a rental agreement. If you have a license, you have limited rights, especially if your landlord wants to distribute you. An associated settlement agreement is an agreement for land on which the acquired dwelling is or is to be located. If you receive a settlement agreement that you are considering for 20 days and you decide not to sign it, you can terminate the housing rental agreement before the end of the 20 days. . . .