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tcbrookston

This might be a strech, but my understanding is that portable house's not left unattended, do not need a shelter licence.

Does that include a drop down house like the grand lodge?

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Thanks for your input guys

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Surface Tension

If your house is unattended you need a shelter license on it.

You'll need the DNR # or drivers license # or name and address on your house regardless if you there or not.

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tcbrookston

Seems cut and dry, But its hard to believe that a 16 foot house is exempt if occupied. Sounds good to me though.

Now we just need enough ice to get it out!

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Steve Foss

I just left last year's license on my flipover shelter so the ID stuff is still there.

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Wanderer

Just not used to the State leaving money in our pockets yet! laugh.giflaugh.gif

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beeonkey

I know that several of you have said that we don't need shelter licenses this year if you take it off every night. I asked at the DMV yesterday and they knew nothing of the thing about not licensing shelters. She read the regs and nothening is there. She did say that they may have changed it for next year and that we are still in 07 not 08. I just really want to be sure I get cheched several times a year and don't want the ticket.

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ripstick

It was supposed to start march 1 08 but moved to present.

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