Title 24--HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT
Chapter XX--OFFICE OF ASSISTANT SECRETARY FOR HOUSING--FEDERAL HOUSING


Scope. Subpart A_General Sec. 3280.1 Scope. 3280.2 Definitions. 3280.3 Manufactured home procedural...


Definitions. Definitions in this subpart are those common to all subparts of the standard and are in addition to the definitions provided in individual parts....


Manufactured home procedural and enforcement regulations and consumer manual requirements. A manufacturer must comply with the requirements of this part 3280, part...


Incorporation by reference. (a) The specifications, standards and codes of the following organizations are incorporated by reference in 24 CFR part 3280...


Data plate. Each manufactured home shall bear a data plate affixed in a permanent manner near the main electrical panel or other readily accessible and...


Serial number. (a) A manufactured home serial number which will identify the manufacturer and the state in which the manufactured home is manufactured, must be...


Excluded structures. Certain structures may be excluded from these Standards as modular homes under 24 CFR 3282.12. [52 FR 4581, Feb....


Waivers. (a) Where any material piece of equipment, or system which does not meet precise requirements or specifications set out in the standard is shown, to...


Interpretative bulletins. Interpretative bulletins may be issued for the following purposes: (a) To clarify the meaning of the Standard; and (b) To assist in...


Use of alternative construction. Requests for alternative construction can be made pursuant to 24 CFR 3282.14 of this chapter. [58 FR 55003, Oct....


Certification label. (a) A permanent label shall be affixed to each transportable section of each manufactured home for sale or lease in the United States. This...


3280.101 Scope. Subpart B states the planning requirements in manufactured homes. The intent of this subpart is to assure the adequacy of architectural...


3280.102 Definitions. (a) Gross floor area means all space, wall to wall, including recessed entries not to exceed 5 sq. ft. and areas under built-in...


3280.103 Light and ventilation. (a) Lighting. Each habitable room shall be provided with exterior windows and/or doors having a total glazed area of not less than...


3280.104 Ceiling heights. (a) Every habitable room and bathroom shall have a minimum ceiling height of not less than 7 feet, 0 inches for a minimum of 50 percent...


3280.105 Exit facilities; exterior doors. (a) Number and location of exterior doors. Manufactured homes shall have a minimum of two exterior doors located remote...


3280.106 Exit facilities; egress windows and devices. (a) Every room designed expressly for sleeping purposes, unless it has an exit door (see Sec. 3280.105), shall...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 24, Volume 5] [Revised as of April 1, 2004] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 24CFR3280.107] [Page 114] TITLE 24--HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT CHAPTER XX--OFFICE OF ASSISTANT SECRETARY FOR HOUSING--FEDERAL HOUSING COMMISSIONER, DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT PART 3280_MANUFACTURED HOME CONSTRUCTION AND SAFETY STANDARDS--Table of Contents Subpart B_Planning Considerations Sec. 3280.107 Interior privacy. Bathroom and toilet compartment doors shall be equipped with a privacy lock. ...


3280.108 Interior passage. (a) Interior doors having passage hardware without a privacy lock, or with a privacy lock not engaged,...


3280.109 Room requirements. (a) Every manufactured home shall have at least one living area with not less than 150 sq. ft. of gross floor area. (b) Rooms...


3280.110 Minimum room dimensions. The gross floor area required by Sec. 3280.110 (a) and (b) shall have no clear horizontal dimension less than 5 feet except as...


3280.111 Toilet compartments. Each toilet compartment shall be a minimum of 30 inches in width, except, when the toilet is located adjacent to the short dimension...


3280.112 Hallways. Hallways shall have a minimum horizontal dimension of 28 inches measured from the interior finished surface to the interior finished surface...


3280.113 Glass and glazed openings. (a) Windows and sliding glass doors. All windows and sliding glass doors shall meet the requirements of Sec. 3280.403 the...


Scope. Source: 49 FR 32008, Aug. 9, 1984, unless otherwise noted. The purpose of this subpart is to set forth requirements that will...


Definitions. The following definitions are applicable to subparts C, H, and I of the Standards: Combustible material: Any material not meeting the...


Flame spread limitations and fire protection requirements. (a) Establishment of flame spread rating. The surface flame spread rating of interior-finish...


Kitchen cabinet protection. (a) The bottom and sides of combustible kitchen cabinets over cooking ranges to a horizontal distance of 6 inches from the...


Carpeting. Carpeting shall not be used in a space or compartment designed to contain only a furnace and/or water heater. Carpeting may be used in other...


Firestopping. (a) Firestopping of at least 1-inch nominal lumber, \5/16\-inch thick gypsum board, or the equivalent, shall be provided to cut off concealed...


Requirements for foam plastic thermal insulating materials. (a) General. Foam plastic thermal insulating materials shall not be used within the cavity of...


Smoke alarm requirements. (a) Labeling. Each smoke alarm required under paragraph (b) of this section must conform with the requirements of UL 217, Single...


Fire testing. All fire testing conducted in accordance with this subpart shall be performed by nationally recognized testing laboratories which have expertise...


3280.301 Scope. This subpart covers the minimum requirements for materials, products, equipment and workmanship needed to assure that the...


3280.302 Definitions. The following definitions are applicable to subpart D only: Anchoring equipment: means straps, cables, turnbuckles, and...


3280.303 General requirements. (a) Minimum requirements. The design and construction of a manufactured home shall conform with the provisions of this...


3280.304 Materials. (a) Dimension and board lumber shall not exceed 19 percent moisture content at time of installation. (b)(1) Standards for some...


3280.305 Structural design requirements. (a) General. Each manufactured home shall be designed and constructed as a completely integrated structure capable...


3280.306 Windstorm protection. (a) Provisions for support and anchoring systems. Each manufactured home shall have provisions for support/anchoring...


3280.307 Resistance to elements and use. (a) Exterior coverings shall be of moisture and weather resistive materials attached with corrosion...


3280.308 Formaldehyde emission controls for certain wood products. (a) Formaldehyde emission levels. All plywood and particleboard materials bonded with...


3280.309 Health Notice on formaldehyde emissions. (a) Each manufactured home shall have a Health Notice on formaldehyde emissions prominently displayed in...


Structural load tests. Every structural assembly tested shall be capable of meeting the Proof Load Test or the Ultimate Load Test as follows: (a) Proof...


Test procedure for roof trusses. (a) Roof load tests. The following is an acceptable test procedure, consistent with the provisions of Sec. 3280.401, for...


Standard for windows and sliding glass doors used in manufactured homes. (a) Scope. This section sets the requirements for prime windows and sliding glass...


Standard for egress windows and devices for use in manufactured homes. (a) Scope and purpose. The purpose of this section is to establish the requirements...


Standard for swinging exterior passage doors for use in manufactured homes. (a) Introduction. This standard applies to all exterior passage door...


Air chamber test method for certification and qualification of formaldehyde emission levels. (a) Preconditioning. Preconditioning of plywood or particleboard...


Scope. This subpart sets forth the requirements for condensation control, air infiltration, thermal insulation and certification for heating and...


3280.502 Definitions. (a) The following definitions are applicable to subpart F only: (1) Pressure envelope means that primary air barrier surrounding the...


Materials. Materials used for insulation shall be of proven effectiveness and adequate durability to assure that required design conditions concerning...


Condensation control and installation of vapor retarders. (a) Ceiling vapor retarders. (1) In Uo Value Zones 2 and 3, ceilings shall have a vapor retarder with...


3280.505 Air infiltration. (a) Envelope air infiltration. The opaque envelope shall be designed and constructed to limit air infiltration to the living area of...


3280.506 Heat loss/heat gain. The manufactured home heat loss/heat gain shall be determined by methods outlined in Sec. Sec. 3280.508 and 3280.509. The...


Comfort heat gain. Information necessary to calculate the home cooling load shall be provided as specified in this part. (a) Transmission heat gains....


3280.508 Heat loss, heat gain and cooling load calculations. (a) Information, values and data necessary for heat loss and heat gain determinations shall be taken...


3280.509 Criteria in absence of specific data. In the absence of specific data, for purposes of heat-loss/gain calculation, the following criteria shall be used: ...


3280.510 Heat loss certificate. The manufactured home manufacturer shall permanently affix the following ``Certificate'' to an interior surface of the home that...


3280.511 Comfort cooling certificate and information. (a) The manufactured home manufacturer shall permanently affix a ``Comfort Cooling Certificate'' to an...


Scope. Subpart G of this standard covers the plumbing materials, fixtures, and equipment installed within or on manufactured homes. It is the intent...


3280.602 Definitions. The following definitions are applicable to subpart G only: Accessible, when applied to a fixture, connection, appliance or equipment,...


3280.603 General requirements. (a) Minimum requirements. Any plumbing system installed in a manufactured home shall conform, at least, with the provisions of...


3280.604 Materials. (a) Minimum standards. Materials, devices, fixtures, fittings, equipment, appliances, appurtenances and accessories shall conform to one of...


Joints and connections. (a) Tightness. Joints and connections in the plumbing system shall be gastight and watertight for the pressures required under...


3280.606 Traps and cleanouts. (a) Traps--(1) Traps required. Each plumbing fixture, except listed toilets, shall be separately trapped by approved water seal ``P''...


3280.607 Plumbing fixtures. (a) General requirements--(1) Quality of fixtures. Plumbing fixtures shall have smooth impervious surfaces, be free from defects...


Hangers and supports. (a) Strains and stresses. Piping in a plumbing system shall be installed without undue strains and stresses, and provision shall be...


3280.609 Water distribution systems. (a) Water supply--(1) Supply piping. Piping systems shall be sized to provide an adequate quantity of water to each plumbing...


3280.610 Drainage systems. (a) General. (1) Each fixture directly connected to the drainage system shall be installed with a water seal trap (Sec. 3280.606(a)). ...


3280.611 Vents and venting. (a) General. Each plumbing fixture trap shall be protected against siphonage and back pressure, and air circulation shall be...


Tests and inspection. (a) Water system. All water piping in the water distribution system shall be subjected to a pressure test. The test shall be made...


3280.701 Scope. Subpart H of this standard covers the heating, cooling and fuel burning equipment installed within, on, or external to a...


Sec. 3280.702 Definitions. The definitions in this subpart apply to subpart H only. Accessible, when applied to a fixture, connection, appliance...


Sec. 3280.703 Minimum standards. Heating, cooling and fuel burning appliances and systems in manufactured homes shall be free of defects, and shall conform...


Sec. 3280.704 Fuel supply systems. (a) LP--Gas system design and service line pressure. (1) Systems shall be of the vapor-withdrawal type. (2) Gas, at...


Sec. 3280.705 Gas piping systems. (a) General. The requirements of this section shall govern the installation of all fuel gas piping attached to any...


Sec. 3280.706 Oil piping systems. (a) General. The requirements of this section shall govern the installation of all liquid fuel piping attached to...


Sec. 3280.707 Heat producing appliances. (a) Heat-producing appliances and vents, roof jacks and chimneys necessary for their installation in manufactured...


Sec. 3280.708 Exhaust duct system and provisions for the future installation of a clothes dryer. (a) Clothes dryers. (1) All gas and electric clothes dryers...


Sec. 3280.709 Installation of appliances. (a) The installation of each appliance shall conform to the terms of its listing and the manufacturer's...


Sec. 3280.710 Venting, ventilation and combustion air. (a) The venting as required by Sec. 3280.707(b) shall be accomplished by one or more of the methods...


3280.711 Instructions. Operating instructions shall be provided with each appliance. These instructions shall include directions and information covering...


3280.712 Marking. (a) Information on clearances, input rating, lighting and shutdown shall be attached to the appliances with the same permanence as...


3280.713 Accessibility. Every appliance shall be accessible for inspection, service, repair, and replacement without removing permanent construction. For...


Sec. 3280.714 Appliances, cooling. (a) Every air conditioning unit or a combination air conditioning and heating unit shall be listed or certified by a...


Sec. 3280.715 Circulating air systems. (a) Supply system. (1) Supply ducts and any dampers contained therein shall be made from galvanized steel,...


3280.801 Scope. (a) Subpart I of this standard and part A of Article 550 of the National Electrical Code (NFPA No. 70-1993) cover the electrical conductors...


3280.802 Definitions. (a) The following definitions are applicable to subpart I only. (1) Accessible (i) (As applied to equipment) means admitting close...


3280.803 Power supply. (a) The power supply to the manufactured home shall be a feeder assembly consisting of not more than one listed 50 ampere manufactured...


3280.804 Disconnecting means and branch-circuit protective equipment. (a) The branch-circuit equipment shall be permitted to be combined with the disconnecting means...


3280.805 Branch circuits required. (a) The number of branch circuits required shall be determined in accordance with the following: (1) Lighting, based on...


Receptacle outlets. (a) All receptacle outlets shall be: (1) Of grounding type; (2) Installed according to section 210-7 of the National...


3280.807 Fixtures and appliances. (a) Electrical materials, devices, appliances, fittings, and other equipment installed, intended for use in, or attached to...


3280.808 Wiring methods and materials. (a) Except as specifically limited in this part, the wiring methods and materials specified in the National Electrical Code...


3280.809 Grounding. (a) General. Grounding of both electrical and nonelectrical metal parts in a manufactured home shall be through connection to a grounding bus...


Electrical testing. (a) Dielectric strength test. The wiring of each manufactured home shall be subjected to a 1-minute, 900 to 1079 volt dielectric...


3280.811 Calculations. (a) The following method shall be employed in computing the supply cord and distribution-panelboard load for each feeder assembly for...


Wiring of expandable units and dual units. (a) Expandable or multiple unit manufactured homes shall use fixed- type wiring methods and materials for connecting...


Outdoor outlets, fixtures, air-conditioning equipment, etc. (a) Outdoor fixtures and equipment shall be listed for use in wet locations, except that if located...


Painting of wiring. During painting or staining of the manufactured home, it shall be permitted to paint metal raceways (except where grounding...


Polarization. (a) The identified (white) conductor shall be employed for grounding circuit conductors only and shall be connected to the identified...


Examination of equipment for safety. The examination or inspection of equipment for safety, according to this standard, shall be conducted under uniform...


Scope. Subpart J of this standard covers the general requirement for designing the structure of the manufactured home to fully withstand the...


Definitions. (a) Chassis means the entire transportation system comprising the following subsystems: drawbar and coupling mechanism, frame, running...


General requirements for designing the structure to withstand transportation shock and vibration. (a) The cumulative effect of highway transportation shock...


Specific requirements for designing the transportation system. (a) General. The entire system (frame, drawbar and coupling mechanism, running gear assembly,...


Scope and purpose. Subpart A_General Sec. 3282.1 Scope and purpose. 3282.6 Separability of...


Separability of provisions. If any clause, sentence, paragraph, section or other portion of part 3282 shall, for any reason, be adjudged by any court of...


Definitions. The terms Department, HUD, and Secretary are defined in 24 CFR part 5. (a) Act means the National Manufactured Housing Construction...


Applicability. (a) Mobile homes. This part applies to all manufactured homes that enter the first stage of production on or after June 15, 1976, and to...


Computation of time. (a) In computing any period of time prescribed by the regulations in this part, refer to Sec. 26.16(a) of this title. (b) Extensions of...


Civil and criminal penalties. Failure to comply with these regulations may subject the party in question to the civil and criminal penalties provided for in...


3282.11 Preemption and reciprocity. (a) No State manufactured home standard regarding manufactured home construction and safety which covers aspects of the...


3282.12 Excluded structures--modular homes. (a) The purpose of this section is to provide the certification procedure authorized by section 604(h) of the...


3282.13 Voluntary certification. (a) The purpose of this section is to provide a procedure for voluntary certification of non-conforming manufactured homes as...


3282.14 Alternative construction of manufactured homes. (a) Policy. In order to promote the purposes of the Act, the Department will permit the sale or lease of one...


3282.51 Scope. This subpart contains rules of procedure generally applicable to the transaction of official business under the National Manufactured...


3282.52 Address of communications. Unless otherwise specified, communications shall be addressed to the Director, Manufactured Housing Standards Division, Department...


3282.53 Service of process on foreign manufacturers and importers. The designation of an agent required by section 612(e) of the Act, 42 U.S.C. 5411(e), shall be...


3282.54 Public information. (a) General. Subject to the provisions of 24 CFR part 15 covering the production or disclosure of material or information and...


3282.101 Generally. Procedures that apply to the formulation, issuance, amendment, and revocation of rules pursuant to the Act are governed by the Act,...


3282.111 Petitions for reconsideration of final rules. (a) Definition. A petition for reconsideration of a final rule issued by the Secretary is a request...


3282.113 Interpretative bulletins. When appropriate, the Secretary shall issue interpretative bulletins interpreting the standards under the authority of...


Hearings and Investigations Sec. 3282.151 Applicability and scope. (a) This subpart sets out procedures to be followed when...


Hearings and Investigations Sec. 3282.152 Procedures to present views and evidence. (a) Policy. All Formal and Informal...


and Investigations Sec. 3282.153 Public participation in formal or informal presentation of views. (a) Any...


and Investigations Sec. 3282.154 Petitions for formal or informal presentations of views, and requests for extraordinary...


and Investigations Sec. 3282.155 Investigations. The procedures for investigations and investigational proceedings are...


Hearings and Investigations Sec. 3282.156 Petitions for investigations. (a) Any person may petition the Secretary in writing to...


Sec. 3282.201 Scope and purpose. (a) This subpart sets out requirements which must be met by manufacturers of manufactured homes for sale...


Sec. 3282.202 Primary inspection agency contracts. Each manufacturer shall enter into a contract or other agreement with as many Design Inspection...


Sec. 3282.203 DAPIA services. (a) Each manufacturer shall have each manufactured home design and each quality assurance manual which it intends...


Sec. 3282.204 IPIA services. (a) Each manufacturer shall obtain the services of an IPIA as set out in Sec. 3282.362 for each manufacturing...


Sec. 3282.205 Certification requirements. (a) Every manufacturer shall make a record of the serial number of each manufactured home produced, and a...


Sec. 3282.206 Disagreement with IPIA or DAPIA. Whenever a manufacturer disagrees with a finding by a DAPIA or an IPIA acting in accordance with...


Sec. 3282.207 Manufactured home consumer manual requirements. (a) The manufacturer shall provide a consumer manual with each manufactured home that...


Sec. 3282.208 Remedial actions--general description. (a) Notification. A manufacturer may be required to provide formal notice to manufactured home...


Sec. 3282.209 Report requirements. The manufacturer shall submit reports to the PIAs, SAAs, and the Secretary as required by subpart L of...


Sec. 3282.210 Payment of monitoring fee. (a) Each manufacturer shall pay the monitoring fee established under [[Page 218]] Sec....


Sec. 3282.211 Record of purchasers. (a) Information requirements for purchasers. (1) Every manufacturer of manufactured homes shall, for each...


3282.251 Scope and purpose. (a) This subpart sets out the responsibilities which shall be met by distributors and dealers with respect...


3282.252 Prohibition of sale. (a) No distributor or dealer shall make use of any means of transportation affecting interstate or foreign commerce or...


3282.253 Removal of prohibition of sale. (a) If a distributor or dealer has a manufactured home in its possession or a manufactured home with respect...


3282.254 Distributor and dealer alterations. (a) If a distributor or dealer alters a manufactured home in such a way as to create an imminent...


3282.255 Completion of information card. (a) Whenever a distributor or dealer sells a manufactured home subject to the standards to a purchaser,...


3282.256 Distributor or dealer complaint handling. (a) When a distributor or dealer believes that a manufactured home in its possession which it has not...


3282.301 General--scope. This subpart sets out procedures to be followed and requirements to be met by States which wish to participate as...


3282.302 State plan. A State wishing to qualify and act as a SAA under this subpart shall make a State Plan Application under this section. The State...


3282.303 State plan--suggested provisions. The following are not required to be included in the State plan, but they are urged as necessary to provide...


3282.304 Inadequate State plan. If the Secretary determines that a State plan submitted under this subpart is not adequate, the designated State agency shall...


3282.305 State plan approval. The Secretary's approval or conditional approval of a State plan Application shall qualify that State to perform the functions...


3282.306 Withdrawal of State approval. The Secretary shall, on the basis of reports submitted by the State, and on the basis of HUD monitoring, make a...


3282.307 Monitoring inspection fee establishment and distribution. (a) Each approved State shall establish a monitoring inspection fee in an amount...


3282.308 State participation in monitoring of primary inspection agencies. (a) An SAA may provide personnel to participate in joint team monitoring...


3282.309 Formal and informal presentations of views held by SAAs. (a) When an SAA is the appropriate agency to hold a Formal or Informal Presentation of...


3282.351 General. (a) This subpart sets out the requirements which must be met by States or private organizations which wish to qualify as...


3282.352 State exclusive IPIA functions. (a) Any State which has an approved State Administrative Agency may, if accepted as an IPIA, act as the exclusive...


3282.353 Submission format. States and private organizations which wish to act as primary inspection agencies shall submit to the Director, Manufactured...


3282.354 Submittal of false information or refusal to submit information. The submittal of false information or the refusal to submit information...


3282.355 Submission acceptance. (a) A party whose submission is determined by the Department to be adequate shall be granted provisional acceptance...


3282.356 Disqualification and requalification of primary inspection agencies. (a) The Secretary, based on monitoring reports or on other reliable...


3282.357 Background and experience. All private organizations shall submit statements of the organizations' experience in the housing industry, including a list...


3282.358 Personnel. (a) Each primary inspection agency shall have qualified personnel capable of carrying out all of the functions for which the...


3282.359 Conflict of interest. (a) All submissions by private organizations shall include a statement that the submitting party is independent in that it...


3282.360 PIA acceptance of product certification programs or listings. In determining whether products to be included in a manufactured home are acceptable...


3282.361 Design Approval Primary Inspection Agency (DAPIA). (a) General. (1) The DAPIA selected by a manufacturer under Sec. 3282.203 shall be responsible...


3282.362 Production Inspection Primary Inspection Agencies (IPIAs). (a) General--(1) IPIA responsibilities. An IPIA selected by a manufacturer under...


3282.363 Right of entry and inspection. Each primary inspection agency shall secure from each manufacturer and manufacturing plant under its surveillance...


3282.364 Inspection responsibilities and coordination. All primary inspection agencies shall be responsible for acting as necessary under their...


3282.365 Forwarding monitoring fee. The IPIA shall, whenever it provides labels to a manufacturer, obtain from the manufacturer the monitoring fee to be...


3282.366 Notification and correction campaign responsibilities. (a) Both IPIAs and DAPIAs are responsible for assisting the Secretary or an SAA in identifying...


Sec. 3282.401 Purpose and scope. Source: 42 FR 2580, Jan. 12, 1977, unless otherwise noted. [[Page 237]] (a) The purpose of...


Sec. 3282.402 General principles. (a) Nothing in this subpart or in these regulations shall limit the rights of the purchaser under any contract or...


Sec. 3282.403 Consumer complaint and information referral. When a consumer complaint or other information indicating the possible existence of...


Sec. 3282.404 Notification pursuant to manufacturer's determination. (a) The manufacturer shall provide notification as set out in this subpart...


Sec. 3282.405 SAA responsibilities. (a) As set out at Sec. 3282.302(b)(5), each SAA is responsible for overseeing the handling of consumer complaints...


Sec. 3282.406 Required manufacturer correction. A manufacturer required to furnish notification under Sec. 3282.404 or Sec. 3282.407 shall correct, at...


Sec. 3282.407 Notification and correction pursuant to administrative determination. (a) Preliminary determinations. (1) Whenever the Secretary...


Sec. 3282.408 Reimbursement for prior correction by owner. A manufacturer that is required to correct under Sec. 3282.406 or that decides to correct...


Sec. 3282.409 Manufacturer's plan for notification and correction. (a) This section sets out the requirements that shall be met by manufacturers...


Sec. 3282.410 Contents of notice. Except as otherwise agreed by the Secretary or the SAA reviewing the plan under Sec. 3282.404(c), the notification to...


Sec. 3282.411 Time for implementation. (a) The manufacturer shall complete implementation of the plan for correction approved under Sec. 3282.404(d) on...


Sec. 3282.412 Completion of remedial actions and report. (a) Where a manufacturer is required to provide notification under this subpart, the...


Sec. 3282.413 Replacement or repurchase of manufactured home from purchaser. (a) Whenever an imminent safety hazard or serious defect which must...


Sec. 3282.414 Manufactured homes in the hands of dealers and distributors. (a) The manufacturer is responsible for correcting any failures to conform...


Sec. 3282.415 Notices, bulletins and other communications. Each manufacturer shall, at the time of dispatch, furnish to the Secretary a true or...


Sec. 3282.416 Supervision of notification and correction actions. (a) The IPIA in each manufacturing plant shall be responsible for assuring...


Sec. 3282.451 General. The actions of all primary inspection agencies accepted under subpart H shall be monitored by the Secretary or the...


Sec. 3282.452 Participation in monitoring. (a) Joint monitoring teams. (1) The Secretary or the Secretary's agent shall develop and coordinate joint...


Sec. 3282.453 Frequency and extent of monitoring. (a) The actions of all primary inspection agencies shall be monitored at a frequency adequate to...


3282.501 General. The Secretary shall oversee the performance of SAAs, the Secretary's agent, and primary inspection agencies as follows: (a)...


3282.502 Departmental implementation. To the extent that SAAs or any parties contracting with the Secretary do not perform functions called for under...


3282.503 Determinations and hearings. The Secretary shall make all the determinations and hold such hearings as are required by these regulations, and the...


3282.551 Scope and purpose. This subpart describes the reports which shall be submitted by manufacturers, PIAs and SAAs as part of the system...


3282.552 Manufacturer reports for joint monitoring fees. For each month, the manufacturer shall submit to the IPIA in each of its manufacturing plants a...


Sec. 3282.553 IPIA reports. Each IPIA shall submit by the twentieth day of each month to each SAA, or if no SAA to the Secretary, in each state where it...


3282.554 SAA reports. Each SAA shall submit, prior to the last day of each month, to the Secretary a report covering the preceding month which includes: ...


of fee. 3284.10 Payments to States. Authority: 42 U.S.C. 3535(d), 5419 and 5424. Source: 67 FR 52835, Aug. 13, 2002, unless...


this chapter, must pay a fee of $39 per transportable section of each manufactured housing unit that it manufactures under the requirements of part 3280 of...


State that, on December 27, 2000, had a State plan approved pursuant to subpart G of part 3282 of this chapter a total amount that is not less than the amount paid to that...


Questions or suggestions from public and copies of public guidance documents. 3500.4 Reliance upon rule, regulation or interpretation...


RESPA (12 U.S.C. 2602) are used in accordance with their statutory meaning unless otherwise defined in paragraph (b) of this section or elsewhere in this part. (b)...


Any questions or suggestions from the public regarding RESPA, or requests for copies of HUD Public Guidance Documents, should be directed to the...


(a) Rule, regulation or interpretation. (1) For purposes of sections 19 (a) and (b) of RESPA (12 U.S.C. 2617 (a) and (b)) only the following constitute a rule, regulation...


part apply to all federally related mortgage loans, except for the exemptions provided in paragraph (b) of this section. (b) Exemptions. (1) A loan on property of 25...


(a) Lender to provide special information booklet. Subject to the exceptions set forth in this paragraph, the lender shall provide a copy of the special information booklet to...


provided in this paragraph (a) or paragraph (f) of this section, the lender shall provide all applicants for a federally related mortgage loan with a good faith estimate of...


by settlement agent. The settlement agent shall use the HUD- 1 settlement statement in every settlement involving a federally related mortgage loan in which there is a borrower and...


The following changes and insertions are permitted when the HUD-1 settlement statement is reproduced: (1) The person reproducing the HUD-1 may insert...


delivery; recordkeeping. (a) Inspection one day prior to settlement upon request by the borrower. The settlement agent shall permit the borrower to inspect...


permitting mailing of documents shall be deemed to be satisfied by placing the document in the mail (whether or not received by the addressee) addressed to the addresses stated...


any other person, as a part of settlement costs or otherwise, by a lender in connection with a federally related mortgage loan made by it (or a loan for the purchase of...


inconsistent with RESPA or this part are preempted to the extent of the inconsistency. However, RESPA and these regulations do not annul, alter, affect, or exempt any person subject...


(a) Section 8 violation. Any violation of this section is a violation of section 8 of RESPA (12 U.S.C. 2607) and is subject to enforcement as such under Sec. 3500.19. (b)...


affiliated business arrangement is defined in section 3(7) of RESPA (12 U.S.C. 2602(7)). (b) Violation and exemption. An affiliated business arrangement is not a violation...


purchased with the assistance of a federally related mortgage loan shall violate section 9 of RESPA (12 U.S.C. 2608). Section 3500.2 defines ``required use'' of a provider of...


purchased with the assistance of a federally related mortgage loan shall violate section 9 of RESPA (12 U.S.C. 2608). Section 3500.2 defines ``required use'' of a provider of...
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[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 24, Volume 5] [Revised as of April 1, 2004] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 24CFR3500.18] [Page 278] TITLE 24--HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT CHAPTER XX--OFFICE OF ASSISTANT SECRETARY FOR HOUSING--FEDERAL HOUSING COMMISSIONER, DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT PART 3500_REAL ESTATE SETTLEMENT PROCEDURES ACT--Table of Contents Sec. 3500.18 Validity of contracts and liens. Section 17 of RESPA (12 U.S.C. 2615) governs the validity of contracts and liens under RESPA. ...


of the Secretary regarding RESPA enforcement matters to cooperate with Federal, State or local agencies having supervisory powers over lenders or other persons...


of the Secretary regarding RESPA enforcement matters to cooperate with Federal, State or local agencies having supervisory powers over lenders or other persons...
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of rules. 3800.20 Subpoenas in investigations. 3800.30 Subpoena enforcement in district court. 3800.40 Investigational proceedings. 3800.50 Rights of witnesses...


issue subpoenas relating to any matter under investigation. A subpoena may: (1) Require testimony to be taken by interrogatories; (2) Require the attendance...


In the case of contumacy of a witness or a witness's refusal to obey a subpoena or order of the Secretary, the United States district court for the jurisdiction in which...


of hearing the testimony of witnesses and receiving documents and other data relating to any subject under investigation, the Secretary, or the Secretary's designee, may...


(a) Any person who testifies at a public investigational proceeding shall be entitled, on payment of costs, to purchase a copy of a transcript of the testimony the...


the Department and the parties subject to an investigation may conduct settlement negotiations. (b) When the Secretary or Secretary's designee deems it...




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