Administrative Code

Virginia Administrative Code
Title 13. Housing
12/11/2019

Agency 6. Virginia Manufactured Housing Board

Preface
Agency Summary
Chapter 10
Public Participation Guidelines [Repealed]Read all
Section 10
[Repealed]
Section 20
[Repealed]
Section 30
[Repealed]
Section 40
[Repealed]
Section 50
[Repealed]
Section 60
[Repealed]
Section 70
[Repealed]
Section 80
[Repealed]
Section 90
[Repealed]
Section 100
[Repealed]
Section 110
[Repealed]
Section 120
[Repealed]
Chapter 11
Public Participation GuidelinesRead all
Section 10
Purpose
Section 20
Definitions
Section 30
Notification List
Section 40
Information to Be Sent to Persons on the Notification List
Section 50
Public Comment
Section 60
Petition for Rulemaking
Section 70
Appointment of Regulatory Advisory Panel
Section 80
Appointment of Negotiated Rulemaking Panel
Section 90
Meetings
Section 100
Public Hearings on Regulations
Section 110
Periodic Review of Regulations
Chapter 20
Manufactured Housing Licensing and Transaction Recovery Fund RegulationsRead all
Section 10
Definitions
Section 20
License Required; Annual Renewal
Section 30
Application for Licensing; Renewal
Section 40
Statement of Compliance
Section 50
License Required; Annual Renewal
Section 60
Application for Licensing; Renewal
Section 70
Statement of Compliance
Section 80
Dealer Responsibility for Inspections; Other Items
Section 90
License Required; Annual Renewal
Section 100
Application for Licensing; Renewal
Section 110
Statement of Compliance
Section 120
Broker Responsibility for Inspections; Other Items
Section 130
License Required; Annual Renewal
Section 140
Application for Licensing; Renewal
Section 150
Termination of Employment; Notification to Department
Section 160
Special License; Applications; Fees
Section 170
Prohibited Conduct; Grounds for Denying, Suspending or Revoking License
Section 180
Penalties; Notice to Regulant
Section 190
Conference; Hearing; Service of Notice
Section 200
Fee Schedules
Section 201
Reinstatement Required
Section 202
Reinstatement Fees
Section 203
Status of the License During the Period Prior to Reinstatement
Section 204
Board Discretion to Deny Reinstatement
Section 210
Filing of Dealer or Manufacturer Sales Agreements; Contents
Section 220
Coercion of Dealer by Manufacturer Prohibited
Section 230
Grant, Transfer, Succession to and Cancellation of Dealer or Manufacturer Sales Agreements: Delivery
Section 240
Dealer or Manufacturer Sales Agreement Warranties
Section 250
[Repealed]
Section 260
Conferences, Hearings and Other Remedies
Section 270
Prohibited Practices
Section 280
Records Retention
Section 290
Violations; Penalties
Section 300
Conferences or Hearings
Section 310
Warranties; Provisions
Section 320
Duration of Warranties
Section 330
Presenting Warranty Claims
Section 340
Service Agreements; Determination of Responsible Party
Section 350
Warranty Service; Time Limits; Rejection of Claim
Section 360
Records; Available to Board
Section 370
Alterations; by Dealer or by Owner
Section 380
Qualifications of Personnel Performing Alterations
Section 390
Set-Up Requirements; Effect on Insurance Policies
Section 400
Limitation on Damages Retained by Dealer; Disclosure to Buyer
Section 410
Other Remedies Not Excluded
Section 420
Recovery Fund Established; Assessments
Section 430
Filing Claims; Investigations; Conference or Hearing on Claim
Section 440
Appeals of the Board's Decision
Section 450
Payment of Damages; Limitations; Conditions
Section 460
Revocation of License
Section 470
Other Disciplinary Action Not Voided
FORMS
Forms (13VAC6-20)


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