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Newsletters

Click HERE to view the Spring 2022 News
Click HERE to view the Winter 2022 News
Click HERE to view the Fall 2021 News
Click HERE to view the Spring 2021 News

2021 Annual General Meeting information

Click HERE to view the AGM Minutes
Click HERE to view the Financial Report
Click HERE to view the Annual Report
Click HERE to view the Expert Panel Report

The Residential Tenancy Branch

The BC Residential Tenancy Branch Both tenants and landlords have specific rights and responsibilities in a tenancy. For answers to you tenancy questions or to apply for a dispute resolution visit their website HERE Or Phone them with your questions at: 604-660-1020 (Lower Mainland) 250-387-1602 (Victoria) 1-800-665-8779 (Elsewhere in B.C.)

Click HERE to view The Manufactured Home Park Tenancy ACT as of May 19, 2021. Between the ACT and the REGULATIONS, it has all the current  information. Both documents refer back and forth to each other so basically one is no good without the other! It makes it clear what it applies to and what it does NOT apply to. Not to be confused with the Residential Tenancy Act which you can view HERE. Landlords and tenants may not avoid or contract out of these Acts or the Regulations. Any attempt to avoid or contract out of this Act or the regulations is of no effect. The law is the law.

Click HERE to view the Manufactured Home Park Tenancy REGULATIONS 
Click HERE to visit the Forms Page which landlords are supposed to use
Click HERE to view the July 2019 Guide for Manufactured Home Park Landlords & Tenants in B.C. 
Click HERE to view the Compliance and Enforcement Division 
Click HERE to view the Expedited Hearings Policy
Click HERE to view the Tenant Policy Guideline listed in alphabetical orders. Click HERE to view them by number.

Selling, buying and the RTB-10 Form
Click HERE to view the RTB Forms available to download
Click HERE to view addition information about selling your home
Click HERE to view information on buying & selling manufactured homes

Find your MLA - Contact Information for the MLA in your community. Visit their website HERE

Manufactured Home Owner Resources

Emergency Preparedness Plans
Find out if Emergency Response management teams are active in your community. They can present and provide information on how to prepare and what to know before, during and after an emergency. For help in creating one you can visit HERE.
You can view the April 30, 2022PreparedBC Emergency Preparedness Presentation HERE

Shelter Aid For Elderly Renters (SAFER)
Lower income seniors renting in the private market may be eligible for a rent supplement through SAFER. Visit their website HERE for more information.

Adaptations of Independence (HAFI) Program
If you are eligible you could receive a grant for eligible adaptations. For more information visit the program website HERE

BC Hydro & Fortis BC Energy Upgrade Programs for Low Income  Home Owners visit the program website HERE

BC Manufactured Home Registry British Columbia is the only jurisdiction in Canada that protects a person's investment in a manufactured home by having a central register of ownership details and controlling the movement of homes within BC. Visit their website  HERE.

Property Tax Assessments
If you believe your assessment is incorrect you can visit the BC Assessment website at: www.bcassessment.ca or contact BC Assessment at:    1-866-825-8322 or 604-739-8588.
Property Tax Assessment Forms can be viewed HERE
Property Assessment Review Panel information can be viewed HERE
Property Assessments Searches can be viewed HERE

The steps for an assessment review are:

Property Tax Deferment Program for Seniors
Find out if you quality to defer your property taxes. Visit the BC government website HERE 

Provincial Associations

Manufactured Housing Association of BC
Since 1972, the Manufactured Housing Association of British Columbia has been the voice of manufactured home dealers, builders, transporters and many suppliers providing service within BC. Visit their website HERE.

The Lower Mainland Manufactured Home Owners Association
The umbrella organization for lower mainland communities including large cities, towns and villages along both banks of the Fraser River, from Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam and Port Moody on the north side and Surrey on the south side up to and including Hope and area. Visit their website HERE.

The Penticton & District Manufactured Home Owners Association
Helping  homeowners from Summerland to Osoyoos and Keremeos to Princeton. Visit their website HERE 

Legal Resources for Home Owners

TRAC - BC Tenant Resource & Advisory Centre
TRAC’s purpose is to promote the legal protection of residential tenants across British Columbia by providing information, education, support and research on residential tenancy matters. Visit their website HERE.

The Law Foundation of British Columbia
To advance and promote a just society governed by the rule of law, through leadership, innovation and collaboration. Visit their website HERE.

Access Pro Bono 
Operates a free lawyer referral service and several pro bono programs. Visit their website HERE 

Povnet
Where to find a legal advocate. Visit their website HERE


 

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Occasionally home owners are reluctant to speak up when problems occur in their park community, therefore, we have a privacy policy which states that we will not divulge members names or the number of members we have to anyone. Any information that you share with us will not be shared with anyone else without your permission.

The material on our web site does not constitute legal or professional advice and is presented as information only. We recommend you consult a lawyer if you want professional assurance that our information, and your interpretation of it, is appropriate to your particular situation.