1.To carry out the provisions of this chapter, the Administrator may:
(a)Issue subpoenas for the attendance of witnesses or the production of books, papers and documents; and
2.The Administrator may apply for and receive grants from the Secretary of Housing and Urban Development for developing and carrying out a plan for enforcement and administration of federal standards of safety and construction respecting manufactured homes offered for sale or lease in this state.
3.The Administrator may adopt regulations to ensure acceptance by the Secretary of Housing and Urban Development of the state plan for administration and enforcement of federal standards of safety and construction respecting manufactured homes in accordance with the National Manufactured Housing Construction and Safety Standards Act of 1974, 42 U.S.C. §§ 5401 et seq.
4.The Administrator may:
(b)Approve plans and specifications;
(c)Provide technical services;
(d)Issue licenses, permits, certificates of ownership and certificates and labels of compliance and installation;
(e)Enter into reciprocal agreements with other states or private organizations that adopt and maintain standards reasonably consistent with this chapter;
(f)Collect the fees provided for in this chapter; and
(g)Adopt regulations necessary to carry out his or her duties under this chapter.
5.The Administrator or a representative of the Administrator may enter, at reasonable times and without notice, any mobile home park or place of business or any factory, warehouse or establishment in which manufactured homes, mobile homes, travel trailers, manufactured buildings or factory-built housing are manufactured, stored or held for sale or distribution and inspect at reasonable times in a reasonable manner the premises and books, papers, records and documents which are relevant to the manufacture, distribution and sale of manufactured homes, mobile homes, travel trailers, manufactured buildings or factory-built housing and compliance with the National Manufactured Housing Construction and Safety Standards Act of 1974, 42 U.S.C. §§ 5401 et seq., this chapter and chapter 461 of NRS, and any regulations adopted pursuant thereto, and to compliance by landlords of mobile home parks with the prohibition in NRS 118B.140 against charging or receiving any entrance or exit fee. A magistrate shall issue a warrant to permit an inspection if the Administrator has shown:
(a)Evidence that a violation of a provision of this chapter or of the prohibition in NRS 118B.140 against charging or receiving any entrance or exit fee has been committed or is being committed; or
(b)That the business has been chosen for an inspection on the basis of a general administrative plan for the enforcement of the provisions of this chapter.
Section 489.231 — Administrator: Powers.,