Residents’ right to privacy
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(a)The management shall respect the privacy of home owners. Except as otherwise provided by law, the management has no right of entry to a mobile home:
(I)Without first obtaining the written consent of the home owner;
(II)As described in subsection (2) of this section;
(III)In the case of an emergency; or
(IV)When the mobile home has been abandoned.
(b)A home owner may revoke consent in writing at any time.
(2)Unless otherwise prohibited by law, the management has a right of entry to mobile home space to fulfill the duties described in section 38-12-212.3 and to ensure compliance with applicable codes, statutes, ordinances, and administrative rules; the rental agreement; and the rules and regulations of the park. A landlord shall not enter in a manner that interferes with a resident’s peaceful enjoyment of the mobile home space, as described in section 38-12-219 (1)(b), except in the case of an emergency.
(3)Except when posting notices that are required by law or by a rental agreement, the management shall make a reasonable effort to notify a resident of the management’s intention to enter the mobile home space at least forty-eight hours before entry. The notification must include the date and approximate time of the planned entry and must be delivered in a manner that is reasonably likely to be seen or heard by the resident in a timely manner.
Section 38-12-222 — Residents’ right to privacy,
https://leg.colorado.gov/sites/default/files/images/olls/crs2023-title-38.pdf (accessed Oct. 20, 2023).