It shall be a misdemeanor for any person,
(a) to sell, lease, or offer to sell or lease, any manufactured home manufactured after June 14, 1976, which does not comply with the Manufactured Home Building Code or which does not bear a seal or label as required by sections 327.31 to 327.34, unless the action is subject to the provisions of section 327.35;
(b) to affix a seal or label, or cause a seal or label to be affixed, to any manufactured home which does not comply with the Manufactured Home Building Code unless the action is subject to the provisions of section 327.35;
(d) to fail to correct a Manufactured Home Building Code violation in a manufactured home manufactured after June 14, 1976, which is owned, manufactured, or sold by that person, within 40 days of being ordered to do so in writing by an authorized representative of the commissioner, unless the correction is subject to the provisions of section 327.35.
Manufactured home seals remain the property of the Department of Labor and Industry and may be removed by the commissioner from any manufactured home which is in violation of the Manufactured Home Building Code.
No person may install a manufactured home or manufactured home accessory structure at a site of occupancy which does not comply with the rules of the commissioner or the laws of this state relating to manufactured home installation or manufactured home accessory structures. A violation of this subdivision is a misdemeanor.
It shall be a misdemeanor for any manufactured home installer to install any manufactured home at the site of occupancy without affixing installation seals to the manufactured home immediately upon completion of installation.