The Legislative Assembly finds:
(1) There is a need to create a mechanism for owners of manufactured dwellings in existing manufactured dwelling parks and mobile home parks to acquire individual ownership interest in the lot on which the dwelling is located;
(2) The creation of an individual ownership interest should not impose an undue financial burden on the owner of a park;
(3) The public interest is furthered by regulating the promotion, subdivision and sale of individual ownership interests in the lots in a park to owners of manufactured dwellings to ensure that local jurisdictions do not place unreasonable constraints on the conversion of existing parks into planned community subdivisions of manufactured dwellings; and
(4) The orderly conversion of manufactured dwelling parks and mobile home parks to subdivisions has effects on infrastructure and access that make it appropriate to require assurances that public health and safety standards are met by persons buying or selling lots converted from a park. [2001 c.711 §2; 2003 c.474 §6]
Note: See note under 92.830 (Definitions for ORS 92.830 to 92.845).
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