Minn. R. 1350.3800 - CONSTRUCTION ALTERATIONS
Any alteration of the construction, plumbing, heating, cooling, fuel-burning system, electrical equipment, installation, or fire safety in a manufactured home that bears a seal or label, prior to receiving review and approval, and prior to obtaining permits, which include necessary inspections, shall void the approval, and the seal or label shall be returned to the commissioner.
The following shall not constitute an alteration: repairs with approved components or parts; conversion of listed fuel-burning appliances in accordance with the terms of their listing; adjustment and maintenance of equipment; or replacement of equipment in kind.
Any person proposing an alteration to a manufactured home bearing a seal or label shall make application for review and approval of the alteration to the commissioner or to the local authority having jurisdiction on the form issued by the commissioner.
Upon completion of the alteration, the applicant shall request the commissioner or the local authority having jurisdiction to make an inspection pursuant to part 1350.2100 to determine code compliance of the approved alteration.
If approvals and inspections for alterations were not obtained, and the home's construction seal or label is removed by the commissioner, or the commissioner ordered removal by the local authority having jurisdiction, then the applicant may apply for a replacement construction seal upon inspection and approval of the alteration. Replacement construction seals shall require submission of an application in accordance with part 1350.0500, subpart 2.
Statutory Authority: MS s 326B.02; 326B.101; 326B.106; 326B.13; 327.32; 327.33; 327B.01 to 327B.12
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