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A resident may have one person at least eighteen years of age occupy the resident's mobile home on a temporary basis to provide necessary live-in health care to the resident pursuant to a written treatment plan prepared by the resident's physician. The landlord may require the resident to provide a written renewal of the physician's treatment plan every six months. The landlord shall not charge a fee for the person rendering care. The person rendering care has no rights of tenancy, and any agreement between the resident and person rendering care in no way modifies any term or condition of the rental agreement between the landlord and tenant. The person rendering care shall comply with the rules and regulations of the mobile home park.