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Detailed Information for: Manufactured Home Title/Ownership
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Updated: 11/20/2006
Description: Effective May 1, 2005, responsibility for maintaining ownership and siting information for manufactured structures transferred from the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) to the Building Codes Division (BCD). Homeowners and other interested parties should no longer contact DMV if they buy, move, or otherwise change the status of a manufactured home or other manufactured structure. Instead, most transactions will now take place at the county assessor's office, which will be acting on behalf of the division.

To make changes to a manufactured home, you MUST contact your county taxation/assessment office to have these changes processed. The Building Codes Division will not process transactions unless they have been first submitted to the county taxation/assessment office and have been refused. Click on the County Offices link below for contact information for each county assessor's office. For additional information, please call 503-373-1309.
Duration: Until sold or destroyed
Fees - application, exam, etc.:  Ownership document $55.00
Trip Permit $5.00 per section
Responsible Agency: BCD - Manufactured Dwellings
Service Links:  County Offices
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  Agency Information
Please refer to the Agency Website for further details and additional information.
Agency Name: BCD - Manufactured Dwellings
E-mail Address: License.BCD@state.or.us
Phone: 503-373-1268
Mail Address: DCBS - Building Codes Division
PO Box 14470
Salem, OR 97309 - 0404
Website Information: http://www.bcd.oregon.gov/programs/mdprogram.html

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