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41-2190. Recovery from fund; claim against licensee; subrogation; appeal; statute of limitations

A. If any consumer who is buying or selling the consumer's home uses the services of a licensed dealer or broker of manufactured homes, mobile homes or factory-built buildings designed for use as residential buildings and is damaged as a result of an act or omission by a licensed dealer or broker of manufactured homes, mobile homes or factory-built buildings designed for use as residential buildings which constitutes a violation of section 41-2180, or rules adopted pursuant to that section, that consumer may file a claim with the office for payment from the consumer recovery fund. The claim shall be verified by the office.

B. If any consumer of manufactured homes, mobile homes or factory-built buildings designed for use as residential buildings is damaged by the failure of the principal to perform a sales agreement or to perform repairs under a warranty, the consumer may file a claim with the office for payment from the consumer recovery fund. The claim shall be verified by the office.

C. Upon verification of the claim for payment, the deputy director shall provide for a hearing pursuant to chapter 6, article 10 of this title.

D. The board shall pay from the consumer recovery fund whatever sum the administrative law judge finds payable upon the claim. A decision granting a claim shall include an order suspending the license of the licensee upon whose account the claim was filed. Such a license shall remain on suspension until the licensee has repaid in full, plus interest at the rate of ten per cent per year, the amount paid from the consumer recovery fund on the licensee's account.

E. Any party aggrieved by the administrative law judge's decision may apply for a rehearing by filing with the deputy director a motion in writing pursuant to chapter 6, article 10 of this title. The filing of a motion for rehearing shall suspend the operation of the administrative law judge's order pending the decision of the director upon the rehearing.

F. Except as provided in section 41-1092.08, subsection H, any person aggrieved by a final administrative decision may seek judicial review pursuant to title 12, chapter 7, article 6.

G. The consumer recovery fund has a claim against the licensee on whose account a claim was granted for the amount paid plus costs, necessary expenses and reasonable attorney fees.

H. The deputy director is subrogated to the claim of the consumer recovery fund against the bond and other assets of the licensee. The deputy director shall deposit any amount recovered into the consumer recovery fund.

I. If, at any time, the money deposited in the consumer recovery fund is insufficient to satisfy any duly authorized claim or portion of a claim, the board shall, when sufficient money has been deposited in the consumer recovery fund, satisfy such unpaid claims or portions of claims in the order that such claims or portions of claims were originally filed.

J. A consumer pursuant to subsection A or B of this section is barred from commencing an application for payment from the consumer recovery fund later than two years from the date of sale or date of installation, whichever is later.

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Statutes > Arizona > Title41 > 41-2190

41-2190. Recovery from fund; claim against licensee; subrogation; appeal; statute of limitations

A. If any consumer who is buying or selling the consumer's home uses the services of a licensed dealer or broker of manufactured homes, mobile homes or factory-built buildings designed for use as residential buildings and is damaged as a result of an act or omission by a licensed dealer or broker of manufactured homes, mobile homes or factory-built buildings designed for use as residential buildings which constitutes a violation of section 41-2180, or rules adopted pursuant to that section, that consumer may file a claim with the office for payment from the consumer recovery fund. The claim shall be verified by the office.

B. If any consumer of manufactured homes, mobile homes or factory-built buildings designed for use as residential buildings is damaged by the failure of the principal to perform a sales agreement or to perform repairs under a warranty, the consumer may file a claim with the office for payment from the consumer recovery fund. The claim shall be verified by the office.

C. Upon verification of the claim for payment, the deputy director shall provide for a hearing pursuant to chapter 6, article 10 of this title.

D. The board shall pay from the consumer recovery fund whatever sum the administrative law judge finds payable upon the claim. A decision granting a claim shall include an order suspending the license of the licensee upon whose account the claim was filed. Such a license shall remain on suspension until the licensee has repaid in full, plus interest at the rate of ten per cent per year, the amount paid from the consumer recovery fund on the licensee's account.

E. Any party aggrieved by the administrative law judge's decision may apply for a rehearing by filing with the deputy director a motion in writing pursuant to chapter 6, article 10 of this title. The filing of a motion for rehearing shall suspend the operation of the administrative law judge's order pending the decision of the director upon the rehearing.

F. Except as provided in section 41-1092.08, subsection H, any person aggrieved by a final administrative decision may seek judicial review pursuant to title 12, chapter 7, article 6.

G. The consumer recovery fund has a claim against the licensee on whose account a claim was granted for the amount paid plus costs, necessary expenses and reasonable attorney fees.

H. The deputy director is subrogated to the claim of the consumer recovery fund against the bond and other assets of the licensee. The deputy director shall deposit any amount recovered into the consumer recovery fund.

I. If, at any time, the money deposited in the consumer recovery fund is insufficient to satisfy any duly authorized claim or portion of a claim, the board shall, when sufficient money has been deposited in the consumer recovery fund, satisfy such unpaid claims or portions of claims in the order that such claims or portions of claims were originally filed.

J. A consumer pursuant to subsection A or B of this section is barred from commencing an application for payment from the consumer recovery fund later than two years from the date of sale or date of installation, whichever is later.


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Statutes > Arizona > Title41 > 41-2190

41-2190. Recovery from fund; claim against licensee; subrogation; appeal; statute of limitations

A. If any consumer who is buying or selling the consumer's home uses the services of a licensed dealer or broker of manufactured homes, mobile homes or factory-built buildings designed for use as residential buildings and is damaged as a result of an act or omission by a licensed dealer or broker of manufactured homes, mobile homes or factory-built buildings designed for use as residential buildings which constitutes a violation of section 41-2180, or rules adopted pursuant to that section, that consumer may file a claim with the office for payment from the consumer recovery fund. The claim shall be verified by the office.

B. If any consumer of manufactured homes, mobile homes or factory-built buildings designed for use as residential buildings is damaged by the failure of the principal to perform a sales agreement or to perform repairs under a warranty, the consumer may file a claim with the office for payment from the consumer recovery fund. The claim shall be verified by the office.

C. Upon verification of the claim for payment, the deputy director shall provide for a hearing pursuant to chapter 6, article 10 of this title.

D. The board shall pay from the consumer recovery fund whatever sum the administrative law judge finds payable upon the claim. A decision granting a claim shall include an order suspending the license of the licensee upon whose account the claim was filed. Such a license shall remain on suspension until the licensee has repaid in full, plus interest at the rate of ten per cent per year, the amount paid from the consumer recovery fund on the licensee's account.

E. Any party aggrieved by the administrative law judge's decision may apply for a rehearing by filing with the deputy director a motion in writing pursuant to chapter 6, article 10 of this title. The filing of a motion for rehearing shall suspend the operation of the administrative law judge's order pending the decision of the director upon the rehearing.

F. Except as provided in section 41-1092.08, subsection H, any person aggrieved by a final administrative decision may seek judicial review pursuant to title 12, chapter 7, article 6.

G. The consumer recovery fund has a claim against the licensee on whose account a claim was granted for the amount paid plus costs, necessary expenses and reasonable attorney fees.

H. The deputy director is subrogated to the claim of the consumer recovery fund against the bond and other assets of the licensee. The deputy director shall deposit any amount recovered into the consumer recovery fund.

I. If, at any time, the money deposited in the consumer recovery fund is insufficient to satisfy any duly authorized claim or portion of a claim, the board shall, when sufficient money has been deposited in the consumer recovery fund, satisfy such unpaid claims or portions of claims in the order that such claims or portions of claims were originally filed.

J. A consumer pursuant to subsection A or B of this section is barred from commencing an application for payment from the consumer recovery fund later than two years from the date of sale or date of installation, whichever is later.

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