Forms for manufactured home owners living in residential parks
Below are various forms that are related to manufactured home owners and linked directly to the QLD Government website that you can download to your computer by right clicking on the link and choosing “Save linked content as…”
Sale and Transfer Forms
Form 1A – Initial disclosure document
The initial disclosure document is intended to provide prospective home owners with preliminary
information about a site and residential park before they make a decision about moving into a
residential park. Prospective home owners should use this document to shop around and find
a manufactured home in a location that suits their needs and budget.
This document seeks to ensure that you are aware of your rights and responsibilities under
the Manufactured Homes (Residential Parks) Act 2003 (the Act). It is one of the key documents
designed to help you decide whether to live in a residential park, and also contains information about the facilities available at the residential park.
Form 3A – Termination for site agreement by home owner in cooling-off period
This form can be used by a new home owner to terminate a site agreement during the cooling-off
period. The completed and signed form must be given to the park owner and any financier who has been
granted a security interest in the manufactured home on the site
Form 3B – Termination notice of assignment agreement – by home owner in cooling-off period
This form can be used by a home owner/s to terminate an assignment agreement during the
cooling-off period. An assignment agreement is an agreement between a seller and a buyer for the
assignment of the seller’s interest under a site agreement to the home owner (‘buyer’).
A home owner (or home owners) and the park owner/manager complete this form when both parties
agree to terminate the site agreement. Before signing this form, you should seek independent legal advice from
an independent and experienced Queensland lawyer.
A home owner (or home owners) can complete this form and give it to the park owner/manager to give notice that they wish to terminate the site agreement. Give this notice to the park owner/manager no later than 28 days before the agreement is to be terminated.
A home owner wishing to sell a manufactured home (seller) and assign (transfer) the seller’s interest
in a site agreement to the buyer must give this completed form to the park owner.
Within 7 days of receiving this form, the park owner must give the buyer a copy of the
precontractual disclosure documents for the site, as per S1 of the Act.
This form must be used when a home owner (seller) wants to assign (transfer) their interest in a site
agreement to a person who wants to buy their manufactured home (buyer). The seller, buyer and the
park owner must complete and sign two copies of this form. The park owner must not unreasonably refuse to consent to the assignment.
Queensland Manufactured Home Owners Association Inc. (QMHOA) is an organisation dedicated to protecting the rights and interests of manufactured home owners in Queensland.
We assist members in understanding the Manufactured Homes (Residential Parks) Act 2003 which governs residential parks and the site agreements (contracts) made under that Act, especially in relation to the settling of disputes between home owners and park operators.