Manufactured Housing Law Update
Manufactured Housing Law Update – March 2017
The University of North Carolina may have won the NCAA National Championship, but when it comes to legislation impacting manufactured housing, the state houses of Virginia and Utah were in a battle to the very end to win page space in the March Manufactured Housing Law Update. Virginia narrowly beat out Utah with a final score of 9 to 7. If you reside or do business in either of the states you have lots of reading ahead of you, but you can take comfort in knowing your legislature is very efficient. Utah’s updates include bills relating to rental applications, leases, deficient conditions, judgment interest, unlawful detainer, and sales and use tax. Virginia’s updates include bills relating to unlawful detainer, park model RVs, assistance animals, submetering, building code violations, uncorrected violations, water and sewer fees, and real estate taxation.
Other states with service animal-related legislation include Arkansas and Wyoming. In addition, there was titling legislation passed in several states, including Arkansas, Kentucky, and North Dakota.
Enjoy this update and look for our April update next month.
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