First Ever Panel in MB Closet of Manufactured Home

This is the first time I have seen this.
I know that in residential detached single family homes that a sub/service panel is not allowed in a clothes closet, but what about in a manufactured home?

Peter, I see them there quite often, not as much in the newer ones, but some of the few year old ones were in the MBR closet.

so are they allowed?
The manufactured home was made in PA but shipped and installed in NJ.

This might be applicable:

it does help
where did you get this?

All the manufacturer would have to do to get around the code is call it a utility room on there plans. No longer in a clothes closet its the home owners that are miss using the room. I’m not saying this is what happened but I have seen it in construction before.

How old is the home? Makes all the difference. “Allowed” means code. We don’t do code. I know nothing of NJ but you may want to refer the situation to an electician who does “do code.” I have seen the same thing here on old homes. Not on newer ones though.

Sorry Peter I should have noted it, NFPA 70, the 2008 National Electrical Code**. ** For further information you can check out the FPN at the bottom.