HEALTH & SAFETY CODE §18610.5 MOBILE HOME AND SPECIAL OCCUPANCY PARK LOT LINES
(a) Park lot lines shall not be created, moved, shifted, or altered without a permit issued to the park owner or operator by the enforcement agency and the written authorization of the registered owner or owners of the mobile home or manufactured home, if any, located on the lot or lots on which the lot line will be created, moved, shifted, or altered.
(b) No park lot line shall be created, moved, shifted, or altered, if the action will place the mobile home owner, as defined by Section 18400.4, of a mobile home or manufactured home located on a lot in violation of any separation or space requirements under this part or under any administrative regulation.
(c) The park owner or operator shall submit a written application for the lot line alteration permit to the enforcement agency. The application shall include a list of the names and addresses of the registered owners of mobile homes or manufactured homes located on the lot or lots that would be altered by the proposed lot line change and the written authorization of the registered owners. The enforcement agency may require, as part of the application for the permit, that a mobile home park owner or operator submit to the enforcement agency documents needed to demonstrate compliance with this section, including, but not limited to, a detailed plot plan showing the dimensions of each lot altered by the creation, movement, shifting, or alteration of the lot lines. If submission of a plot plan is required, the mobile home park owner or operator shall provide a copy of the plot plan to the registered owners of mobile homes or manufactured homes located on each lot that would be altered by the proposed lot line change and provide the enforcement agency, as part of the application, with proof of delivery by first-class postage prepaid of the copy of the plot plan to the affected registered owners.
(d) The department may adopt a fee, by regulation, payable by the applicant, for the permit authorized by this section.
(e) If the department is the enforcement agency and the application proposes to reduce or increase the total number of lots available for occupation, the applicant shall submit a copy of that application and any information required by subdivision (c) to the local planning agency of the jurisdiction where the park is located.
(Amended by Stats. 2003, Ch. 815, (SB 54, Dunn). Operative 7/1/2005)