This guide is intended to provide basic information about mobile home foreclosure and evictions under Ohio law. This section focuses on laws that apply to those purchasing a mobile home. For information about laws applying to renters of mobile homes see the "Manufactured Homes" section of the "Ohio Landlord-Tenant Law" guide.
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Laws regarding mobile home purchase and foreclosure may differ depending upon individual circumstances. Below are three general scenarios of mobile home ownership and some laws that MAY apply:
Purchasing a mobile home that is affixed to the land on which it sits:
Purchasing a mobile home by land installment contract:
Purchasing a mobile home that is NOT affixed to the land on which it sits:
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