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Posted 14 November 2014
by Paul Kelly

Tackling anti-social behaviour on residential parks

Before a Mobile Homes Act agreement may be terminated for anti-social behaviour one of the things the park must prove to a court is that the homeowner was served with a notice requiring them to stop behaving badly and then failed to comply with that notice within a “reasonable time”.

In Telchadder -v- Wicklands the park owner relied on a notice which was three years old. The Supreme Court said that a new notice should have been served. The homeowner had complied with the first notice because sufficient time had gone by for fears and anxiety caused by the bad behaviour to calm down.  This meant that the court could not terminate the agreement on this occasion.

If you have any questions regarding the termination of Mobile Homes Act agreements contact the parks team by telephone on 01392 207020 or email

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Paul Kelly

Partner and Solicitor

Paul is the managing partner of the firm