Because of the increasing use of the mobile home as a form of housing, practitioners will be handling an ever-increasing number of cases dealing with the problems of the mobile home resident. The four major areas of investigation of mobile home law dealt with here are taxation, zoning, warranties, and fixtures. The purpose of the article is not to reveal any particular deficiencies in West Virginia's mobile home law, but rather to investigate and synthesize the law in a comprehensive review. While there are certain areas where the need for reform has been suggested, compiling the law as a research guide for the practitioner has been the main goal.
Mark Summers, Frederick D. Fahrenz & David C. Shepler,
Housing--Mobile Homes--Some Legal Questions,
W. Va. L. Rev.
Available at: https://researchrepository.wvu.edu/wvlr/vol75/iss4/5