Second, if you are paying your rent on time every month you have certain renters rights that will protect you. You and I both know how difficult it is to evict someone who doesn't pay their rent. It's like pulling hens teeth and takes months to legally extract someone from a dwelling whether they own it or not.
You no doubt have a copy of your lease agreement with the park. I would thoroughly peruse that with a fine tooth comb. If there isn't any clause or stipulation in the agreement stating that you cannot do this the park manager doesn't really have any legal issue.
As a licensed Manufactured Home Dealer, Developer, General & Manufactured Home Contractor, Real Estate Broker and an investor with many rental/lease tenants with 3 decades of experience in the MH Industry I can tell you first hand that you have every right to continue living in your home undisturbed.
Lastly, I've also been an expert witness, MH Industry Expert for The State of California, MH consultant and Troubleshooter for 20 years and I've been retained many times on park manager/landlord bullying assignments and cases.
If you're in a rent/lease community you are either a registered and/or legal owner. If you had an agreement with your co-signer they probably retained legal ownership of he home pending your paying the note off whereby they would release the legal ownership of the home to you making you both the registered and legal owner.
If you would like to discuss this with me further in private please feel free to email me at email@example.com or contact me through this thread. You may also contact me on my cell at 760 815-6977.
I will not charge you for any email or phone conversation, however, should you need to seek counsel I would be happy to work with your attorney as the designated expert. But once again I don't think you will need to bare that expense from what you've disclosed thus far.
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