- If one lives (permanently) in a mobile home, does it need a mezuzah?
- What if he lives in it but not permanently (i.e. for a week-long vacation)?
- A person who lives permanently in a mobile home, like those who live in a community of mobile homes, has to put up a mezuza. This is even though it is mobile, but since it is his permanent home, even though it is mobile it is chayiv in a mezuza according to most poskim.
- If it is only meant to be a temporary dwelling, for a week or so, since it is less than thirty days at a time, then it would not need a mezuza. even without a bracha.
Y:D 186-11, Chelkas Yackov Y:D 163, Be’er Moshe 2-82, M’bais Halevi (Inyonei Y:D) pg. 269-9, Teshuvos Vhanhagos 2- 542, Chayei Halevi 2-67(4), Agur Boholecha 31-29 ftnt. 58.