MANUFACTURED HOME DEALER AND INSTALLER LICENSING
44-2102. Administration — Powers and duties. The administrator is charged with the administration of the provisions of this chapter and shall:
(1) In accordance with the provisions of chapter 52, title 67, Idaho Code, promulgate, adopt, amend, and repeal necessary rules for the establishment of a mandatory statewide manufactured home setup code. The administrator may also define and prohibit any practice which is found to be deceptive.
(2) Prescribe the form and content of a new manufactured home buyer’s information and disclosure form. Unless otherwise provided by the administrator, the form shall be presented by the retailer to each purchaser of a new manufactured home and shall be executed by the retailer and purchaser at the time the initial purchase order is signed for the sale of a new manufactured home.
(3) (a) A used unit that has been determined to be or declared by the owner to be real property under the provisions of section 63-304, Idaho Code, may be offered for sale, listed, bought for resale, negotiated for, either directly or indirectly, by a licensed real estate broker or a real estate salesman representing a licensed real estate broker, but not a retailer.
(b) A used unit that has been determined to be and is carried on the tax rolls as personal property may be offered for sale, listed, bought for resale, negotiated for, either directly or indirectly, by a licensed real estate broker or a real estate salesman, pursuant to chapter 20, title 54, Idaho Code, or by a licensed retailer, but with respect to a licensed retailer only to the extent such sale does not involve the purchase or sale of an interest in real estate.
(c) A licensed real estate broker or real estate salesman representing a licensed real estate broker, pursuant to chapter 20, title 54, Idaho Code, may participate in new manufactured home sales that include real estate if the real estate broker or salesman has a valid, written agreement with a licensed retailer to represent the interests of the retailer in this type of transaction.
(4) Promulgate rules establishing a program for the timely resolution of disputes between manufacturers, retailers, and installers of manufactured homes. The rules shall be consistent with the United States department of housing and urban development’s procedural and enforcement authority in 42 U.S.C. 5422(c)(12), and shall include identifying the respective responsibilities of manufacturers, retailers, and installers; providing for the issuance of appropriate orders for the correction or repair of defects in manufactured homes that are reported during the one (1) year period following the date of installation; and may include an appropriate schedule of fees.
[44-2102, added 1988, ch. 264, sec. 1, p. 520; am. 1990, ch. 165, sec. 1, p. 362; am. 1996, ch. 322, sec. 43, p. 1074; am. 1996, ch. 421, sec. 29, p. 1426; am. 1997, ch. 107, sec. 1, p. 251; am. 1999, ch. 171, sec. 1, p. 461; am. 2000, ch. 439, sec. 1, p. 1399; am. 2004, ch. 243, sec. 1, p. 708; am. 2004, ch. 313, sec. 4, p. 880; am. 2007, ch. 112, sec. 4, p. 323; am. 2020, ch. 129, sec. 3, p. 410.]