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Is this your main home please?
They can't do this. They need a Court order. If someone has an agreement to live in a ‘park home’ as their only or main residence on a protected site then they will have the benefit of the rights and protections provided by the 1983 Act which implies a number of important terms into their agreement. These cover such matters as to how the agreement can be terminated, how the annual ‘pitch fee’ can be changed and the process that needs to be followed when buying or selling (or gifting) the home.
As such you can refuse to leave and the only way they can get you to move is a Court order. There would need to be a very good reason why they are refusing - generally if you had been bad tenants, anti-social behaviour etc.
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Ah I see. In that case, your rights are more limited. Please see:
Does that clarify?
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