19 Miss. Code. R. § 7-5.04.2 - Standards for "Non-Coded" Areas

Current through December 27, 2021

Minimum standards for blocking, anchors and tie-downs for Factory-Built homes in non-coded areas of the state, when delivered to a home site location in the State of Mississippi, where they are intended to be used for human habitation shall be installed in accordance with the Mississippi Factory-Built Home Installation Program, these regulations, and any and all applicable state and federal laws, rules and regulations, so as to prevent loss of life and property from wind storms and related hazards. A period of thirty (30) days from the date of delivery is allowed for blocking and anchoring of the home.

If the licensure exceptions do not apply (as listed in Rule 5.02.5 ), no Factory-Built home shall be installed within this state unless such installation is done by an installer/transporter licensed by the Mississippi Department of Insurance State Fire Marshal's office in accordance with the manufacturer's approved installation plan or the minimum standards set forth in this Regulation. The licensed installer/transporter or an employee of the licensed installer/transporter who possesses a current certificate of training from the State Fire Marshal's Office must be present during the entire installation process. The owner or purchaser of a Factory-Built home is not allowed to transport said home unless the owner or purchaser is a licensed installer/transporter.

If the manufacturer's installation manual is unavailable for the installation, then the home must be installed according to the minimum standards set forth in this regulation.


19 Miss. Code. R. § 7-5.04.2
Miss. Code Ann. § 75-49-1, et seq.; § 75-49-11 (Supp. 2015).
Adopted January 1, 2015 Amended October 1,2016

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