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thank you. Based on what you say, this is likely to be a basic tenancy without security of tenure but because you occupy the mobile homes as your main residence, you would nevertheless have protection under the protection against eviction act which prohibits eviction without a court order.
As such, the landlord would need to give you reasonable notice and if you refuse to leave, would then need to consider applying to court for possession before they could physically remove you from the land.
In the first instance, naturally, you would presumably wish to consider negotiating with the landlord for an agreed solution but in the event that fails, you have the option to engage with any possession claim the landlord makes and among other things, you can apply to the court for up to 6 additional weeks to be added to the date the court orders you to leave on grounds of exceptional hardship.
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