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Texas Occupations Code - OCC § 1202.002. Definition of Industrialized Housing

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(a) Industrialized housing is a residential structure that is:

(1) designed for the occupancy of one or more families;

(2) constructed in one or more modules or constructed using one or more modular components built at a location other than the permanent site;  and

(3) designed to be used as a permanent residential structure when the module or the modular component is transported to the permanent site and erected or installed on a permanent foundation system.

(b) Industrialized housing includes the structure's plumbing, heating, air conditioning, and electrical systems.

(c) Industrialized housing does not include:

(1)  housing constructed of a sectional or panelized system that does not use a modular component;  or

(2) a ready-built home constructed in a manner in which the entire living area is contained in a single unit or section at a temporary location for the purpose of selling and moving the home to another location.

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