2011 Nevada Revised Statutes
Chapter 118B - Landlord and Tenant: Manufactured Home Parks
NRS 118B.160 - Prohibited practices by landlord: Sale of manufactured home or recreational vehicle by tenant; subleasing of lots by tenants; additions by tenant to manufactured home; purchase of manufactured home within park by landlord.
1. Except as otherwise provided in subsection 2, the landlord or his or her agent or employee shall not:
(a) Deny any tenant the right to sell his or her manufactured home or recreational vehicle within the park or require the tenant to remove the manufactured home or recreational vehicle from the park solely on the basis of the sale, except as otherwise provided in NRS 118B.170.
(b) Prohibit any tenant desiring to sell his or her manufactured home or recreational vehicle within the park from advertising the location of the home or vehicle and the name of the manufactured home park or prohibit the tenant from displaying at least one sign of reasonable size advertising the sale of the home or vehicle.
(c) Require that the landlord be an agent of an owner of a manufactured home or recreational vehicle who desires to sell the home or vehicle.
(d) Unless subleasing of lots is prohibited by a rental agreement or lease, prohibit a tenant from subleasing his or her manufactured home lot if the prospective subtenant meets the general requirements for tenancy in the park.
(e) Require a tenant to make any additions to his or her manufactured home unless those additions are required by an ordinance of a local government.
(f) Purchase a manufactured home within the park if the landlord has denied:
(1) A tenant the right to sell that manufactured home; or
(2) A prospective buyer the right to purchase that manufactured home.
2. The provisions of this section do not apply to a corporate cooperative park.
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