A park owner has no right of access to a manufactured home located within the park unless access is necessary to prevent damage to the park premises or to respond to an emergency.
A park owner may come onto a manufactured home lot in order to inspect the lot, make necessary or agreed-upon repairs or improvements, supply necessary or agreed-upon goods or services or exhibit the lot to prospective or actual purchasers, mortgagees, residents, workers or contractors. The park owner may come onto the resident's lot whenever necessary to respond to or prevent an emergency, but otherwise may not come onto the lot at unreasonable times or in a way that unreasonably disrupts the resident's use and enjoyment of the lot.
Official Publication of the State of Minnesota
Revisor of Statutes