A park owner cannot require tenants to buy goods and services from any particular company or stop tenants from buying goods and services from the dealer of their choice. These goods and services include but are not limited to: fuel oil, paving, snow plowing, laundry service, and delivery of bakery, dairy and other food. Tenants may have to use a central fuel or gas metering system if the cost does not exceed the average price in the area.
If skirting is required, the park owner must allow a reasonable choice of types and materials. If a tenant wishes to put up a shed or outbuilding, the park owner cannot specify any one type.