Manufactured Housing Law Update
Manufactured Housing Law Update – February 2017
February is the shortest month, and thank goodness! Although it is hard for this editor to believe, spring is just around the corner.
It has been a relatively quiet month on the manufactured housing front. In the bankruptcy realm, courts have rejected appraisers’ attempts to add a monetary adjustment of the value of a manufactured home for costs of delivery, set up, and connection of the home.
Virginia has adopted a new process for exoneration of personal property, and HUD issued an update on the Manufactured Home Installation Program, including new Fast Facts about the Dispute Resolution Program. California has enacted an emergency rule relating to the Fee and Tax Waiver Program.
Arkansas has amended its certificate of title law, as has South Dakota. Wyoming has also enacted an amendment to its titling law concerning surrender of title.
Finally, we have a report of what the Arkansas Manufactured Housing Association has been up to. Good work, guys!
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