Manufactured Housing Law Update
Manufactured Housing Law Update – March 2018
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.
It is now April. While they say “April showers bring May flowers,” here in the Northeast we have no idea what you are talking about because we are busy trying to figure out what April snow brings.
Enough about April. This is, after all, the March Manufactured Housing Law Update.
As you will see, March Madness was not limited to the Loyola-Chicago Ramblers, who we know you did not have going to the Final Four. As you will see, the legislatures in the various states were very busy this month. While we did not go back to verify making the following statement completely unreliable: this is the longest Manufactured Housing Law Update on record.
To that end, Virginia certainly won the March Manufactured Housing Law Update, with several pieces of legislation impacting communities.
Other items to note are fee holidays in Colorado, but act quick because the holiday expires on May 15. In addition, there are several titling bills we summarize, including electronic titling bills in a number of states and an overhaul of Mississippi’s conversation procedure.
Enjoy the Update and the Spring weather‼