ORS Chapter 90 give park homeowners the legal right to:
● Form a residents association without management interference or fear of retaliation.
● Object to proposed park rule change by submitting a petition signed by at least one person in 50% of the homes affect by the change.
● Make a legitimate complaint to the landlord or owner without fear of retaliation.
● Receive 90-day written notice of a rent increase.
● Receive written copies of the rental agreement, park rules, and policy statements.
● Receive written notice if you are accused of violating any park rule or policy.
● Expect your park to be maintained in a safe and healthy condition.
● Not be required to sign a new rental agreement if you currently have a month-to-month agreement.
● Be protected from eviction except for not paying rent or utilities, illegal activities or flagrant violation of rules.

The same Statutes require your landlord to:
● Keep clubhouse and other facilities open from 8 am to 10 pm, seven days a week, 365 days a year and cannot require you to provide liability insurance to use these facilities.
● Meet with a community elected committee to resolve landlord/tenant problems.
● No longer charge you extra fees for pets (used to be called 'pet rent.')
● Accept or reject an application from a prospective buyer within 7 days if you are selling your home.
● No longer force you to move your home from the park based on its age, style, or original building materials.
● Not enter your space without 24-hour written notice, except in an emergency.

Current laws are a legacy given to us by hardworking MH/OSTA members. They are the foundation on which we stand today. We owe them our thanks and our pledge to continue to protect, strengthen, and stand up for these laws.


Mail to:
PO Box 24958
Eugene, OR 97402