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(a) It shall be unlawful for any landlord to evict a mobile home owner or mobile home tenant where the landlord’s dominant motive in seeking to recover possession of the rental unit is:

(1) Retaliation for the mobile home owner’s or mobile home tenant’s organizing, petitioning government for rent relief, or exercising any right granted under this Chapter; or

(2) Evasion of the purposes of this Chapter.

(b) It shall be unlawful for a landlord to retaliate against a mobile home owner or mobile home tenant for the owner’s or tenant’s assertion or exercise of rights under this Chapter in any manner, including but not limited to:

(1) Threatening to bring or bringing an action to recover possession of a rental unit.

(2) Engaging in any form of harassment that causes the owner or tenant to quit the premises.

(3) Decreasing housing services.

(4) Increasing rent.

(5) Imposing or increasing a security deposit or other charge payable by the owner or tenant.