[Title 24 CFR 3282.352]
[Code of Federal Regulations (annual edition) - May 1, 2001 Edition]
[Title 24 - HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT]
[Chapter Xx - OFFICE OF ASSISTANT SECRETARY FOR HOUSING--FEDERAL HOUSING]
[Part 3282 - MANUFACTURED HOME PROCEDURAL AND ENFORCEMENT REGULATIONS]
[Subpart H - Primary Inspection Agencies]
[Sec. 3282.352 - State exclusive IPIA functions.]
[From the U.S. Government Printing Office]
24HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT52001-05-012001-05-01falseState exclusive IPIA functions.3282.352Sec. 3282.352HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENTOFFICE OF ASSISTANT SECRETARY FOR HOUSING--FEDERAL HOUSINGMANUFACTURED HOME PROCEDURAL AND ENFORCEMENT REGULATIONSPrimary Inspection Agencies
Sec. 3282.352 State exclusive IPIA functions.
(a) Any State which has an approved State Administrative Agency may,
if accepted as an IPIA, act as the exclusive IPIA within the State. A
State which acts as an IPIA but is not approved as an SAA may not act as
the exclusive IPIA in the State. A State which acts as an exclusive IPIA
shall be staffed to provide IPIA services to all manufacturers within
the state and may not charge unreasonable fees for those services.
(b) States which wish to act as exclusive IPIAs shall apply for
approval to do so in their State plan applications. They shall specify
the fees they will charge for IPIA services and shall submit proposed
fee revisions to the Secretary prior to instituting any change in fees.
If at any time the Secretary finds that those fees are not commensurate
with the fees generally being charged for similar services, the
Secretary will withhold or revoke approval to act as an exclusive IPIA.
States acting as DAPIAs and also as exclusive IPIAs shall establish
separate fees for the two functions and shall specify what additional
services (such as approval of design changes and full time inspections)
these fees cover. As provided in Sec. 3282.302(b)(11), each State shall
submit fee schedules for its activities and, where appropriate, the fees
presently charged for DAPIA and IPIA services, and any fees charged for
DAPIA and IPIA services during the preceding two calendar years.
(c) A State's status as an exclusive IPIA shall commence upon
approval of the State Plan Application and acceptance of the State's
submission under Sec. 3282.355. Where a private organization accepted or
provisionally accepted as an IPIA under this subpart H is operating in a
manufacturing plant within the State on the date the State's status
as an exclusive IPIA commences, the private organization may provide
IPIA services in that plant for 90 days after that date.
[61 FR 10861, Mar. 15, 1996]