Wow that's a really nice place you have pommerlis. Why can't you live in it all year if you want to? How would anyone know if you did anyway?
It's the law down here, legally you are not allowed to live in a recreational park. That's what it says in the law.
But, like always with us Dutchies there is a but, local authorities could allow it - condone it if you will. It totally depends on how the local authorities feel about it. But if things go wrong they can evict everyone from one moment to the next and you have no rights to housing or anything since you were officially breaking the law.
At the moment that is taking place with - what use to be a 5-star park and has degraded to a dumpsite - a wellknown park.
One person went to the judge and he said the local government has to give the people at least a year to find new housing.
Normally - down here - when people get evicted the local government is also responsible for finding a new place to live but - again - since this was illegal the people are on their own to find themselves a place to stay.
It is complicated because we have social housing, financial aid with rent, gas&light etc. You loose all right to any form of financial extra's when you live in an illegal place - if falls under the same law as squatting.
But like with everything, there are exceptions to the rule.
And in this country, they would know - believe me, they would know. It's a small country, if you fart in the south they can hear it up north. They would know.
Recreational parks are for holidays only.
We are allowed to stay there non-stop from 1th April 'till 1th Nov. Then only the weekends Friday evening 'till Monday morning and the school-vacations wich we have alot of.