2013 Mississippi Code
Title 75 - REGULATION OF TRADE, COMMERCE AND INVESTMENTS
Chapter 49 - FACTORY-BUILT HOMES
§ 75-49-7 - Compliance with commissioner's rules
(1) No person may manufacture, sell or offer for sale, or transport or install any factory-built home which has been constructed after July 1, 1970, unless such manufactured home, its components, systems and appliances were constructed and assembled in accordance with rules of the commissioner issued to afford reasonable protection to persons and property with respect to the construction, assembly and sale of such factory-built homes, and unless compliance with such rules be evidenced in the manner required by the commissioner's rules.
(2) From and after July 1, 1992, no dealer, transporter or installer shall deliver or cause to be delivered any factory-built home to any person at any site where such home is to be used for human habitation without anchoring and blocking such home in accordance with rules, regulations and procedures promulgated by the commissioner pursuant to Section 75-49-5; provided, however, that a period of thirty (30) days from date of delivery shall be allowed for the anchoring and blocking of such homes.
(3) The requirements of this chapter with regard to any transporter of factory-built housing are in addition to the requirements of any other law currently in effect.
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