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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 13. Housing
Agency 6. Virginia Manufactured Housing Board
Chapter 20. Manufactured Housing Licensing and Transaction Recovery Fund Regulations
1/23/2020

13VAC6-20-260. Conferences, Hearings and Other Remedies.

A. In every case of a conference or hearing before the board authorized by this chapter, the board shall give reasonable notice of each conference or hearing to all interested parties. The board's decision shall be binding on the parties, subject to the rights of judicial review and appeal.

Conferences or hearings before the board under this part shall commence within 90 days of the request for the conference or hearing. The board's decision shall be rendered within 60 days from the conclusion of the conference or hearing.

B. The board shall initiate investigations, conduct conferences or hearings, and determine the rights of parties under this part whenever they are provided sufficient information indicating a possible violation of this part or this chapter.

C. For purposes of any matter brought to the board under 13VAC6-20-230 in which the board is to determine whether there is good cause for a proposed action or whether it would be unreasonable under the circumstances, the board shall consider:

1. The volume of the affected dealer's business in the relevant market area;

2. The nature and extent of the dealer's investment in its business;

3. The adequacy of the dealer's service facilities, equipment, parts, supplies, and personnel;

4. The effect of the proposed action on the community;

5. The extent and quality of the dealer's service under warranties in Part V of this chapter (13VAC6-20-310 et seq.).

6. The dealer's performance under the terms of its dealer/manufacturer sales agreement;

7. Other economic and geographical factors reasonably associated with the proposed action; and

8. The recommendations, if any, of the department personnel requested to investigate the matter.

Statutory Authority

§ 36-85.18 of the Code of Virginia.

Historical Notes

Derived from VR449-01-02 § 3.6, eff. April 1, 1994.

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