Most mobile homes have titles, like automobiles, so they are not always treated like Deeded real estate property in a personal Bankruptcy filing.

In most bankruptcy jurisdictions, mobile homes are treated as personal property (having a title) and not as real property (for which ownership is vested per a Deed).

But each Bankruptcy District Court can have its own slight differences to its instructions regarding mobile homes.

As such, Standard Legal suggests a filer research the treatment provided by their specific Bankruptcy District.