A: Generally, an agreement to pay the arrears includes a provision to pay the current rent on time. Failure to pay the current rent on time is grounds for the landlord to have you evicted. You can stop the eviction by paying all the rent you owe.
A: It depends. If you own the mobile home and there is an electrical problem in the home, you are responsible for getting it repaired. If you rent the mobile home, the owner is responsible. If the problem is outside the home, the park manager or power company would be responsible for the repair, depending on what kind of problem it is.
A: First, you need to have him served with a 10-day notice to quit. If he does not leave after the 10 days, you have him served with a 30 day notice (i.e., must serve by the end of the month prior to the month at the end of which you are telling him to leave). If he doesn't leave, you must file with the court and have him served with a holdover petition.