Home owners in a residential park can, by election conducted among themselves, establish one home owners' committee.
A member of the committee holds office for not more than 1 year, but may be re-elected and may be removed, at any time, by special resolution at a meeting of the home owners.
A majority of home owners may adopt a constitution governing the performance of the committee and the committee must comply with it. The committee may determine its own procedures and form subcommittees.
A committee for a residential park deals with the park owner on behalf of the home owners about:
- the day-to-day running of the park
- any complaint or proposal about the park's operation raised by the home owners.
If a home owners' committee gives the park owner a notice of a complaint or proposal, the park owner must give the committee a written response that addresses the complaint or proposal within 21 days of receiving the notice.