Licensing and Regulatory Affairs
Contact Mobile Homes
As otherwise indicated below.
The Mobile Homes program is responsible for initial and renewal licensure for mobile home parks and dealers and determining eligibility of park licensing through the annual inspection process. The program is also responsible for park and dealer complaints, affidavit of affixtures and detachments, and park construction and permitting.
Mobile Home Parks
Mobile Home Dealers
Mobile Home Installer & Repairer
License status can be checked at: https://aca3.accela.com/lara/
Requests for licensee/registrant lists can be submitted to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Note: See HUD-Administered Manufactured Home Installation Program below for licensing information regarding installers.
Questions can be directed to the Licensing Division at 517-241-9316 or by email at email@example.com.
The Bureau of Construction Codes (BCC) does not have legal authority over contractual, monetary, or warranty issues nor does the bureau have authority to conduct criminal prosecution.
The Mobile Home program reviews and investigates complaints against mobile home parks and dealers. Examples of such complaints may be negligence resulting in physical harm to a consumer, performing work without a permit or proper licensure, and fraud or deceit in the performance of work. See HUD – Administered Manufactured Home Installation Program below for complaint information regarding installers and manufacturers.
NOTE: Filing a complaint with BCC is not the only option. Complainants may opt for an informal resolution between them and the contractor, formally through the courts, or by other agencies. If a complaint has been filed with BCC and resolution is sought through the legal system, please advise our office immediately.
Note: The Bureau does not title mobile homes. For information regarding Certificates of Mobile Home Ownership (titles), contact your local branch of the Office of the Secretary of State or call 1-888-767-6424.
Complaints must be made in writing by one of the following methods:
Complaints should contain the following information:
NOTE: Do not include any information you do not want released to the respondent (i.e., social security numbers, other personal information). Do not send bulky material. Originals will not be returned. Additional information will be requested if needed. Keep copies of all documents sent to the bureau.
Most complaints will be handled in the order they were received. Priority will be given to complaints where the situation appears to be life threatening or circumstances exist which might be hazardous to the public. Final determinations are based on facts, so we are unable to provide a timeframe for the length of the investigation. In general, the process is as follows:
Questions can be directed to the Compliance Division at 517-241-9309 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Proposal for the construction of a new mobile home park, expansion of an existing park, or alteration to an existing park is required to obtain plan approval and a permit to construct from the Bureau's construction code plan review program.
Prior to applying for plan approval, the developer shall obtain preliminary approvals from the local health department, county road commission, county drain commissioner, and municipality as well as obtain a construction plan approval for water and sewer.
How to Submit
Reviews can also be submitted by mail or in-person at our Lansing Office. Submittals to the plan review program must include a completed application, fee and two (2) sets of construction documents sealed and signed in accordance with 1980 PA 299. Additionally, reviews must include:
The Bureau's construction code plan review program will review the documents for compliance with applicable rules, and once approved, issue a plan approval and permit to construct. The plan approval and permit to construct is valid for 5 years after the date of issuance and may be extended upon application. An extension may be issued for a maximum of 10 years beyond the initial date of approval. The same approval process is applicable to mobile home condominium and conversion of existing park to home condominium. The Manufactured Housing Commission may extend the plan approval and permit to construct and grant a variance to the park design and construction rules upon request.
Questions should be directed to the Bureau's construction code plan review program at 517-241-9328 or by email at email@example.com.
Note: The Bureau does not issue Certificates of Mobile Home Ownership (titles) for mobile homes. For information regarding the issuance of titles, contact your local branch of the Office of the Secretary of State or call 1-888-767-6424.
Questions should be directed to the Office of Land & Survey Remonumentation at 517-241-6321 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.