HEALTH AND SAFETY
39-4305. Reciprocity of standards with other states. (1) If the administrator determines that standards for modular buildings that have been adopted by the statutes or rules of another state are at least equal to the standards adopted by the administrator, the administrator may so provide by rule.
(2) If the administrator determines that standards for modular buildings have not been adopted by another state, and modular buildings from that state are transported into this state to be offered for sale, the administrator may certify reciprocal states to inspect such modular buildings. If there is no reciprocity agreement with a state of manufacture, then Idaho will inspect the building, plumbing, electrical and HVAC, provided that the out-of-state manufacturer shall bear the costs of travel and inspection services related to such inspection. If the administrator shall then determine that the modular buildings meet the standards of this state, the product shall be acceptable and the administrator may issue insignia for said modular buildings.
[39-4305, added 2007, ch. 252, sec. 5, p. 742.]