M – MHP Glossary of Terms and Definitions
Mobile Home Park glossary of terms starting with the letter M, abbreviations, acronyms, initialisms, and definitions of each.
- Manufactured Home
- Refers to homes built on or after June 15, 1976 when the HUD code governing building standards for factory built homes was instituted. According to Fannie Mae, a Manufactured Home is a housing unit of not less than 12 feet in width and 400 square feet in area. All Manufactured Homes typically have traditional pitched roofs.
- Marriage Line
- The marriage line is where home sections are joined.
- Mental Suffering
- Civil Elder Abuse: The infliction of fear, agitation, confusion through threats, harassment or other forms of intimidating behavior.
Welfare and Institutions Code Section 15610.07
- Manufactured Housing
- Mobile Home
- Manufactured Home Community
- Mobile Home Estates
- Manufactured Housing Educational Trust
- Manufactured Housing Institute
- Manufactured Home Park
- Mobile Home Park
- Mobile Home Resident Coalition
- Mobile Home University
- Mobile Home
- Mobile Home is often used interchangeably with the term Manufactured Home, they are technically different. Mobile Home refers to homes built prior to June 1976. All Mobile Homes typically have flat roofs.
- Modular Home
- Refers to a manufactured home built in a production facility in two or more sections then transported and assembled on location. The assembly process typically uses a traditional permanent concrete foundation. See Site-Built Home
- Moral Turpitude
- A phrase used in criminal law to describe conduct that is considered contrary to community standards of justice, honesty, or good morals. Turpitude means a corrupt, depraved, degenerate act or practice that shocks the public conscience.
- Mobilehome Residency Law
- Multi-Section Home
- A manufactured home delivered to the home site in two or more sections. The average square footage is 1,715 square feet but may be as large as 2,500+ square feet. The most common multi-section manufactured home consists of two sections and are referred to as a double-wide. Three section manufactured homes are referred to as a triple-wide. Four section homes are referred to as a quad.
- Mountain View Mobile Home Alliance