An expandable manufactured housing unit.
A type of wainscoting constructed of fire and weather resistant materials, such as aluminum, particle board, treated pressed wood or other approved materials, enclosing the entire undercarriage of the manufactured or certified mobile home.
A dwelling unit fabricated in an off-site manufacturing facility for installation or
assembly at the building site, bearing a seal certifying that it is built in compliance with the Federal Manufactured Housing Construction and Safety Standards Code. The three (3) types of manufactured homes (TYPE I, TYPE II, AND TYPE III) are defined as meeting all of the appropriate requirements of this chapter.
8.Manufactured Home Subdivision
A parcel of land platted for subdivision according to all requirements of the Shelby County Comprehensive Plan and Zoning Regulations designed or intended for lots to be conveyed by deed to individual owners for residential occupancy primarily by manufactured homes.
9.Manufactured Housing Construction and Safety Standards
Title VI of the 1974 Housing and Community and/or County Development Act (42 U.S.C 5401 et sequential), as amended (previously known as the Federal Mobile Home Construction and Safety Act), rules and regulations adopted hereunder (including information supplied by the home manufacturer), which has been stamped and approved by a Design Approval Primary Inspection Agency, an agent of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development pursuant to HUD rules.