OAR 918-500-0400
Required Inspection


A person may not manufacture, transport, rent, lease, or sell or offer for rent, lease, or sale a new manufactured dwelling without requesting an inspection from the division if any of the following conditions exist:


The manufactured dwelling has been altered by the manufacturer or dealer before or at the time of sale to the first consumer but has not been approved by the division;


The manufactured dwelling has left the manufacturer’s facility under a “Notice of Violation” or “Red Tag” condition; or


Violations noted in an inplant inspection report have not been corrected through the inspection process.


When inspections reveal that a manufacturer is not manufacturing structures according to their approved design or to the Federal Construction and Safety Standard, and the manufacturer has been provided with a written report identifying specific provisions of the design or the standard that have been in violation, and the manufacturer continues to manufacture structures in violation, the division may withhold or remove insignia, increase the frequency of inspections, or provide training.


To facilitate required inplant and field inspections, a manufacturer may not construct a manufactured dwelling under an alternate construction method according to the federal Manufactured Home Procedural and Enforcement Regulations (24 CFR Section 3282.14) without first notifying the division in writing and supplying a copy of the alternate construction method approval from HUD.
[Publications: Publications referenced are available from the agency.]

Source: Rule 918-500-0400 — Required Inspection, https://secure.­sos.­state.­or.­us/oard/view.­action?ruleNumber=918-500-0400.

Last Updated

Jun. 8, 2021

Rule 918-500-0400’s source at or​.us