The bond must have a corporate surety licensed to do business within this state. A letter of credit must be an irrevocable letter of credit issued by an insured institution.
The bond or letter of credit must:
Be executed to the State of Oregon;
Be in the sum of $40,000 for each year the license is valid;
Be in a form approved by the Director of the Department of Consumer and Business Services;
Be conditioned that the dealer will conduct the manufactured structure dealership without fraud or fraudulent representation and without violating any statute or rule relating to manufactured structure dealers, manufactured structure dealerships, transfers of interests in manufactured structures, alteration of manufactured structures or moving manufactured structures;
Be separate from any bond or letter of credit covering business activities other than dealing in manufactured structures; and
Be filed and held by the director.
The surety or institution shall notify the director if the bond or letter of credit is canceled for any reason. The surety or institution continues to be liable under the bond or letter of credit until the director receives the notice required by this subsection, or until the cancellation date specified in the notice, whichever is later.
If the license of a manufactured structure dealer is not renewed or is voluntarily or involuntarily canceled, the surety on the bond and the issuer of the letter of credit are relieved from liability that accrues after the director cancels the license.
The manufactured structure dealer shall purchase a bond or letter of credit under this section annually on or before each anniversary of the issuance of the dealer’s license.
A retail customer has a right of action against a manufactured structure dealer, against the surety on the dealer’s bond and the issuer of a letter of credit if the retail customer suffers any loss or damage by reason of the manufactured structure dealer’s fraud, fraudulent representations or violations of statutes relating to: