Manufactured Housing Law Update
Manufactured Housing Law Update – January 2019
McGlinchey Stafford and the Manufactured Housing Institute (MHI) are pleased to bring you the Manufactured Housing Law Update. With content prepared by McGlinchey Stafford’s nationally-recognized consumer financial services team, the Update focuses on legal and regulatory actions in the manufactured housing industry.
Welcome to the January 2019 Manufactured Housing Law Update.
Items of interest this month include the New York Department of Financial Services’ fine of a servicer for failure to meet its obligations under New York’s Vacant and Abandoned Property Law, as well as the North Carolina Commissioner of Banks communicating a change in policy regarding the licensing requirements imposed on the holders of servicing rights by updating an FAQ.
Other items of interest include New York adding gender identity or expression as an additional prohibited bases of discrimination under its civil rights law and Kentucky’s revisions to its regulations for retailers and installers.
Those interested in leases with option to purchase should review the puppy lease case.
Enjoy the Update!