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The Public Housing program is one of HUD's largest national affordable housing programs, serving about 1.2 million families in 14,000 public housing developments in all 50 states, and administered by 3,050 Housing Authorities. The Public Housing Operating Fund subsidy budget is currently about $3.6 billion annually. Other special Public Housing Programs are accounted for separately.

The goal of this handbook is to simplify Public Housing management, and save time for the busy Public Housing Administrator and Affordable Housing Professional. This Handbook's Comprehensive Index includes about 7000 entries, and over 120,000 references, organizing access to the main sources of regulatory and management control of Public Housing Programs.
The Public Housing program is one of HUD's largest national affordable housing programs, serving about 1.2 million families in 14,000 public housing developments in all 50 states, and administered by 3,050 Housing Authorities. The Public Housing Operating Fund subsidy budget is currently about $3.6 billion annually. Other special Public Housing Programs are accounted for separately.

The goal of this handbook is to simplify Public Housing management, and save time for the busy Public Housing Administrator and Affordable Housing Professional. This Handbook's Comprehensive Index includes about 7000 entries, and over 120,000 references, organizing access to the main sources of regulatory and management control of Public Housing Programs.

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HUD’s Affordable Housing Programs

Volume 3




Public Housing Occupancy Handbook

Regulations and Comprehensive Index


2004 Edition












David Hoicka







Please Note: to be notified of updates, send an email with contact information to
Books@PublicHousing.info





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 Copyright (c) 2004 by David Hoicka

All rights reserved. David Hoicka retains all intellectual property rights. No portion of this book may be
reproduced – mechanically, electronically, or by any other means, including photocopying – without written permission
of the author or publisher.

 Notes:

The HUD Regulations, Forms, Handbooks, Guidebooks, and other documents referenced herein, are public
documents published by HUD and the US Government Printing Office (GPO), and/or a local housing authority,
respectively. These documents are generally available without cost by downloading from HUD’s online internet
document library at www.hudclips.org or www.hud.gov. Many are also available by calling HUD’s clearinghouse.
Some regulations are also available for free download from the GPO through www.access.gpo.gov. Housing Authority
Plans such as Admin Plans and ACOPs are generally available through a local housing authority.

 Disclaimers:

This publication is authored by David Hoicka. All opinions, if there are any, in this publication are the sole
opinions of the author, and not the opinions of the Housing Authority of New Orleans, HUD, NCHM, NAHRO, or any
other entity.

No copyright is claimed in any underlying government or public documents.

Disclaimer of Warranty and Liability. The author and publisher, their dealers and distributors, make no
representations or warranties with respect to the accuracy or completeness of the contents of this book and specifically
disclaim any implied warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose. There are no warranties that
extend beyond the descriptions contained here. This Handbook is sold ―as is‖. No warranty may be created by any
sales representatives or written sales materials. In no event shall the author, publisher, nor any dealers or distributors,
be liable for any damages, direct, indirect, special, incidental, exemplary, or consequential damages arising out of use
of this Handbook or use of the data contained herein, however caused, on any theory of liability, and whether or not the
author has been advised of the possibility of such damage.

Legal Information Is Not Legal Advice. This Handbook provides information about the law designed to help
users safely cope with their own legal needs. But legal information is not the same as legal advice -- the application of
law to an individual's specific circumstances. Although the author goes to great lengths to make sure the information is
accurate and useful, the author recommends you consult a lawyer if you want professional assurance that the enclosed
information, and your interpretation of it, is appropriate to your particular situation.

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Table of Contents

1. Introduction ................................................................................................. 5

2. How to Use the Comprehensive Index ........................................................ 6

3. Statistics for Words appearing in the Comprehensive Index ...................... 6

4. Outline of Public Housing Occupancy Documents
Indexed in this Handbook ........................................................................... 7
1) Public Housing Occupancy Forms
2) HUD PH Occupancy Manuals
3) PIH Notices for Public Housing Occupancy
4) Outline of Admissions and Continued Occupancy Plan (ACOP)
5) Note on Spelling in Source Documents

5. Code of Federal Regulations for the Public Housing Program,
Reprinted in this Handbook ....................................................................... 11
a) 24 CFR 5 General HUD Program Requirements
b) 24 CFR 35 Lead-Based Paint in Public Housing
c) 24 CFR 945 Designated Housing
d) 24 CFR 960 Public Housing Admission and Occupancy
e) 24 CFR 964 Tenant Participation and Opportunities
f) 24 CFR 966 Public Housing Lease and Grievance Procedures

6. Comprehensive Index for the following HUD regulations ..................... 147
a) HUD Regulations 24 CFR 5, 35, 945, 960, 964 & 966
b) HUD Forms
c) Public Housing Occupancy Guidebook
d) 7465.1 Public Housing Occupancy Handbook
e) 7467.7 Restrictions on Assistance to Noncitizens Guidebook
f) PIH Notices
g) Sample ACOP

7. Useful Web Sites ..................................................................................... 530
a) HUD – www.hud.gov, and
HUDCLIPS – www.hudclips.org
b) NAHRO – National Association of Housing and Redevelopment Officials
– www.nahro.org
c) PHADA – Public Housing Authorities Directors Association –
www.phada.org
d) NCHM – National Center for Housing Management – www.nchm.org


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Introduction

The Public Housing Program is one of HUD’s largest national affordable housing
programs, serving about 1.2 million families in 14,000 public housing developments in all 50
states, and administered by 3,050 Housing Authorities. The Public Housing Operating Fund
subsidy budget is currently about $3.6 billion annually. Other special Public Housing
Programs are accounted for separately.

The goal of this Handbook is to simplify Public Housing management, and save time
for the busy Public Housing Administrator and Affordable Housing Professional. This
Handbook’s Comprehensive Index includes about 7,000 entries, and over 120,000 references,
organizing access to the main sources of regulatory and management control of Public
Housing Programs:
Statutory and Federal Regulations, most notably in 24 CFR
HUD Occupancy Forms,
HUD Occupancy Guidebooks and Handbooks,
PIH Notices for Public Housing Occupancy, and
Admissions and Continued Occupancy Policies (ACOP) for local agency rules
and procedures.

All of these sources of regulation and management decisions are indexed.

The primary regulations, 24 CFRs 5, 35, 945, 960, 964 & 966 (about 160 pages), are
reprinted in the front portion of this Handbook, a few pages after this Introduction. The main
HUD occupancy forms used by Public Housing Administrators (about 130 pages), PIH
Notices (about 330 pages), and the HUD Occupancy Handbooks and Guidebooks (about 630)
pages, are available for free from HUDCLIPS. All are completely indexed in this Handbook
together with a typical Public Housing ACOP (about 170 pages), based on the ACOP used by
the Housing Authority of New Orleans – for a total of about 1,400 pages indexed.

In this Comprehensive Index, the total number of times a word or phrase appears is
on the first line of each index entry. Then the index references are listed individually for
each regulatory source shown above.

The author welcomes suggestions and input to improve this Handbook, and for future
Handbooks. For example, new words to add to the index, additional or changed forms, new
regulations, or any other thoughts and suggestions the reader may have.

If you would like a Custom Index for your ACOP, or have other suggestions for
indexing and facilitating HUD Affordable Housing, please contact the author (email below).

Please send all suggestions and comments to the author at the email below
David Hoicka
New Orleans, LA.
DavidHoicka@PublicHousing.info

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How to Use The Comprehensive Index

Following is a sample Index entry:

ACCESSIBLE UNITS 44
24 CFR 945: .105; .203(c) (2);
HUD-50058Instr: p70;
PH Occ Gbk: s1.1 (2); s4.10; s6.9; Ap1-233; Ap3-250 (2); Ap3-266;
Ap3-277;
7465.1 Hbk: s2-3;
PIH Notices: 02-01 (12); 99-52 (12); 97-12;
ACOP: 4B; 4O (2); 5C; 5C

"44" refers to the number of times "Accessible Unit" appears in the texts indexed.
References are organized according to type of source: 24 CFR (e.g. 24 CFR
945.105), HUD Forms, HUD Handbooks and Guidebooks, PIH Notices, and a
typical ACOP.
"(2)", "(3)", and such numbers underlined in the indices, means the indexed word
or phrase occurs (2) or (3), (or more) times on that page.


Statistics for Words Appearing in the Index

Words indexed in Public Housing source documents over 500,000
Pages indexed in source documents about 1,400
Index entry words & phrases in this Index about 7,000
Total index references to source documents over 120,000

Certain common words appear on nearly every page of the source documents,
appearing at the frequency shown in the following table. Such common individual words
were excluded from the printed index. However, where they form a part of an important
phrase - e.g. in ―family absence‖, ―family breakup‖, ―family characteristic‖, ―family
composition‖, ―family income‖, ―single family‖, ―single family house‖, ―working
family‖, etc., these words are included in the indexed.

Common Word Frequency Common Word Frequency
family 4,003

assistance 1,642
PHA 3,373

program 1,504
may 2,116

tenant 1,443
must 1,852

HUD 1,293
unit 1,797

Public Housing 1,213
rent 1,762

families 1,114

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HUD Documents Indexed

The following Public Housing Occupancy HUD forms, manuals and notices are
indexed in this Handbook and Comprehensive Index. The originals of the HUD
documents are available for free download from HUDCLIPS, www.hudclips.org.


1. Public Housing Occupancy Forms Indexed:
a) HUD-50058 Family Report (34 pages)
b) HUD-50058 Instruction Booklet (95 pages)
c) HUD-903 Housing Discrimination Complaint
d) HUD-903.1 Housing Discrimination Information Form
e) HUD-9886 Authorization for the Release of Information / Privacy Act
Notice


2. HUD PH Occupancy Manuals Indexed:
a) HUD Public Housing Occupancy Guidebook (about 395 pages)
b) HUD-7465.1 Public Housing Occupancy Handbook (about 118 pages)
c) HUD-7465.7G Restrictions on Assistance to Noncitizens (about 116
pages)



3. PIH Notices Indexed for Public Housing Occupancy:

PIH # Topic of PIH Notice Indexed Applicability
03-17 Reinstatement Community Service and Self-
Sufficiency Requirement
PHOcc FHEO
03-11 Obtaining FBI Criminal Records S8 PHOcc
03-05 Military in Persian Gulf S8 SS8 Multi PHOcc
02-21 Relocation Vouchers – Demo, Disposition,
Conversion
S8 PHOcc Fin Mod
02-12 Designation of Elderly-Disabled Developments
(re 01-17)
PHOcc FHEO
02-09 Terminations re Drug Activity (Rucker) PHOcc
02-01 Section 504 and Assisted Housing All
01-43 PIC and 50058 Reporting S8 PHOcc Fin
01-40 Military – Operation Enduring Freedom and S8 SS8 Multi PHOcc
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PIH # Topic of PIH Notice Indexed Applicability
Assisted Housing
01-37 Promoting Energy Conservation (re 00-50) PHOcc Fin Mod
01-27 Immigration – Freely Assoc States and Assisted
Housing
S8 SS8 Multi PHOcc
01-20 HCVP Relocation Vouchers – Demo,
Disposition, Conversion
S8 PHOcc Fin Mod
01-18 PHA Police Depts (re 00-19) PHOcc Fin
01-17 Designation of Elderly-Disabled Developments
(re 00-20)
PHOcc FHEO
01-15 Improving Income Integrity S8 SS8 PHOcc
01-15
Impr Integ
Hbk
Improving Income Integrity Guidebook S8 SS8 PHOcc
01-11 Implementation of Revised 50058 S8 SS8 PHOcc Fin
01-09 Emergency Utility Costs PHOcc Fin
01-09-A Emergency Utility Costs Attachment A PHOcc Fin
01-09-B Emergency Utility Costs Attachment B PHOcc Fin
01-09-C Emergency Utility Costs Attachment C PHOcc Fin
01-05 PHAS PHOcc Mod
00-52 Moving To Work Agency Openings PHOcc
00-51 Army Corps of Engineers Inspections (re 98-53) PHOcc Fin Mod
00-50 Promoting Energy Conservation PHOcc Fin Mod
00-45 Section 504 and Assisted Housing – correction to
99-52
All
00-36 PHA Plans and Resident Advisory Boards (RAB) PHOcc Fin
00-35 Electricity Shortages In California PHOcc Fin
00-32 Asbestos in Public Housing (re 99-31) PHOcc Fin Mod
00-31 Renewal – Designation, Demo, Conversions,
Homeownership – Special Application Center
All
00-27 HCVP Relocation Vouchers – Demo,
Disposition, Conversion
S8 PHOcc Fin Mod
00-20 Designation of Elderly-Disabled Developments
(re 99-21)
PHOcc FHEO
00-19 PHA Police Depts (re 99-18) PHocc Fin
00-16 PH Demolition and Disposition (re 99-19) PHOCC Fin Mod
00-11 Cooperation Agreements for Economic Self-
Sufficiency with TANF Agencies
S8 SS8 PHOcc Fin
00-01 Census Taker Income Exclusion S8 SS8 Multi PHOcc
99-52 Application of Section 504 to Assisted Housing All
99-50 Army Corps of Engineers Inspections (re 97-53) PHOcc Fin Mod
99-31 Asbestos in Public Housing PHOcc Fin Mod
99-30 Renewal – Designation, Demo, Conversions,
Homeownership – Special Application Center
All
99-21 Designation of Elderly-Disabled Developments PHOcc FHEO
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PIH # Topic of PIH Notice Indexed Applicability
(re 98-24)
99-19 PH Demolition and Disposition PHOcc Fin Mod
99-18 PHA Police Depts (re 98-16) PHOcc Fin
99-11 Fire Safety in Assisted Housing S8 SS8 Multi PHOcc
98-66 Census Taker Income Exclusion S8 SS8 Multi PHOcc
98-53 Army Corps of Engineers Inspections (re 97-53) PHOcc Fin Mod
98-44 Designated Housing – Special Application Center PHOcc Fin FHEO
98-24 Designation of Elderly-Disabled Developments
(re 97-12)
PHOcc FHEO
98-16 PHA Police Depts (re 95-58) PHOcc Fin
97-12 Designation of Elderly-Disabled Developments
(re 96-60)
PHOcc FHEO
95-69 Army Corps of Engineers Inspections (re 94-67) PHOcc Fin Mod
95-58 PHA Police Depts PHOcc Fin
95-48 ADA-and Section 504 and Assisted Housing All
95-48
Tech Asst
ADA Title II Technical Assistance Manual All
94-67 Army Corps of Engineers Inspections PHOcc Fin Mod



4. Outline of Public Housing Admissions and Continued
Occupancy Plan (ACOP) Indexed

The ACOP for the Housing Authority of New Orleans (HANO) is included in the
Comprehensive Index. This ACOP is similar to many other ACOPs around the United
States. Following are the Chapter and Appendix Headings:

1. Statement of Policies and Objectives
2. Eligibility for Admission
3. Applying for Admission
4. Tenant Selection and Assignment Plan
5. Occupancy Guidelines
6. Determination of Total Tenant Payment
7. Verification Procedures
8. Transfer Policy
9. Leasing
10. Pet Policy – General Occupancy (Family) Projects
11. Reexaminations
12. Lease Terminations
13. Complaints, Grievances and Appeals
14. Family Debts to Housing Authority
15. Community Service
16. Glossary
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App. 1. Criteria for investigation of suspected fraud and abuse
App. 2. Steps the housing authority will take to prevent program abuse and
fraud
App. 3. Steps HANO will take to detect program abuse and fraud
App. 4. HANO’s handling of allegations of possible abuse and fraud
App. 5. How HANO will investigate allegations of abuse and fraud
App. 6. Placement of documents, evidence and statements obtained by
HANO
App. 7. Conclusion of HANO’s investigative review
App. 8. Evaluation of the findings
App. 9. Action procedures for violations which have been documented
App. 10. Other procedural listings


5. Note on Spelling in Source Documents

The original source documents come with a wide variety of formats, spellings,
and punctuations.

For consistency, spelling irregularities, hyphens, etc. in the original sources are
retained as-is in the Index. Thus, e.g. the following words, all with about the same
meaning, are indexed separately:
―childcare‖,
―child care‖, and
―child-care‖

For thoroughness, please check all word and punctuation forms, including
apostrophes, hyphens, etc.





Custom Indices. If you would like a Custom Index for your ACOP, or have other
suggestions for indexing Hud Affordable Housing, please contact the author
David Hoicka at:

DavidHoicka@PublicHousing.info.


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GPO Revised as of April 1, 2003

Codes of Federal Regulations
Most Applicable to Public Housing:
24 CFR 5, 35, 945, 960, 964 & 966

TITLE 24--HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT ............................................... 18
PART 5--GENERAL HUD PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS; WAIVERS--Table of
Contents} ........................................................................................................................... 18
[CITE: 24 CFR 5.100] ....................................................................................................... 18
Subpart A--Generally Applicable Definitions and Federal Requirements; Waivers .... 18
Sec. 5.100 Definitions. ............................................................................................. 18
105 Other Federal requirements. .............................................................................. 20
107 Audit requirements for non-profit organizations............................................... 20
110 Waivers. ............................................................................................................. 20
Subpart B--Disclosure and Verification of Social Security Numbers and Employer
Identification Numbers; Procedures for Obtaining Income Information ...................... 21
Sec. 5.210 Purpose, applicability, and Federal preemption. .................................... 21
Sec. 5.212 Compliance with the Privacy Act and other requirements. .................... 21
Sec. 5.214 Definitions. ............................................................................................. 21
Disclosure and Verification of Social Security Numbers and Employer
Identification Numbers for Applicants and Participants in Certain HUD Programs 23
Sec. 5.216 Disclosure and verification of Social Security and Employer
Identification Numbers. ............................................................................................. 23
Sec. 5.218 Penalties for failing to disclose and verify Social Security and Employer
Identification Numbers. ............................................................................................. 26
Procedures for Obtaining Income Information About Applicants and Participants . 26
Sec. 5.230 Consent by assistance applicants and participants. ................................ 26
Sec. 5.232 Penalties for failing to sign consent forms. ............................................ 27
Sec. 5.234 Requests for information from SWICAs and Federal agencies;
restrictions on use. ..................................................................................................... 27
Sec. 5.236 Procedures for termination, denial, suspension, or reduction of assistance
based on information obtained from a SWICA or Federal agency. .......................... 28
Sec. 5.238 Criminal and civil penalties. ................................................................... 29
Sec. 5.240 Family disclosure of income information to the responsible entity and
verification. ............................................................................................................... 29
Subpart C--Pet Ownership for the Elderly or Persons With Disabilities ...................... 29
Sec. 5.300 Purpose. .................................................................................................. 29
Sec. 5.303 Exclusion for animals that assist persons with disabilities. .................... 29
Sec. 5.306 Definitions. ............................................................................................. 30
Sec. 5.309 Prohibition against discrimination. ......................................................... 31
Sec. 5.312 Notice to tenants. .................................................................................... 31
Sec. 5.315 Content of pet rules: General requirements. ........................................... 31
318 Discretionary pet rules. ..................................................................................... 32
Sec. 5.321 Lease provisions. .................................................................................... 35
Sec. 5.324 Implementation of lease provisions. ....................................................... 35
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Sec. 5.327 Nuisance or threat to health or safety. .................................................... 35
Pet Ownership Requirements for Housing Programs ................................................ 35
Sec. 5.350 Mandatory pet rules for housing programs. ............................................ 35
Sec. 5.353 Housing programs: Procedure for development of pet rules. ................. 36
Sec. 5.356 Housing programs: Pet rule violation procedures. ................................. 37
Sec. 5.359 Housing programs: Rejection of units by applicants for tenancy. .......... 38
Sec. 5.360 Housing programs: Additional lease provisions. .................................... 39
Sec. 5.363 Housing programs: Protection of the pet. ............................................... 39
Pet Ownership Requirements for Public Housing Programs .................................... 40
Sec. 5.380 Public housing programs: Procedure for development of pet rules. ....... 40
Subpart D--Definitions for Section 8 and Public Housing Assistance Under the United
States Housing Act of 1937 ........................................................................................... 40
Sec. 5.400 Applicability. .......................................................................................... 40
Sec. 5.403 Definitions. ............................................................................................. 40
Subpart E--Restrictions on Assistance to Noncitizens .................................................. 41
Sec. 5.500 Applicability. .......................................................................................... 41
Sec. 5.502 Requirements concerning documents. .................................................... 41
Sec. 5.504 Definitions. ............................................................................................. 42
Sec. 5.506 General provisions. ................................................................................. 43
Sec. 5.508 Submission of evidence of citizenship or eligible immigration status. .. 43
Sec. 5.510 Documents of eligible immigration status. ............................................. 46
Sec. 5.512 Verification of eligible immigration status. ............................................ 46
Sec. 5.514 Delay, denial, reduction or termination of assistance. ............................ 47
Sec. 5.516 Availability of preservation assistance to mixed families and other
families. ..................................................................................................................... 50
Sec. 5.518 Types of preservation assistance available to mixed families and other
families. ..................................................................................................................... 51
Sec. 5.520 Proration of assistance. ........................................................................... 53
Sec. 5.522 Prohibition of assistance to noncitizen students. .................................... 55
Sec. 5.524 Compliance with nondiscrimination requirements. ................................ 55
Sec. 5.526 Protection from liability for responsible entities and State and local
government agencies and officials. ........................................................................... 55
Sec. 5.528 Liability of ineligible tenants for reimbursement of benefits. ................ 55
Subpart F--Section 8 and Public Housing, and Other HUD Assisted Housing Serving
Persons with Disabilities: Family Income and Family Payment; Occupancy
Requirements for Section 8 Project-Based Assistance .................................................. 56
Sec. 5.601 Purpose and applicability. ....................................................................... 56
Sec. 5.603 Definitions. ............................................................................................. 56
Family Income ........................................................................................................... 59
Sec. 5.609 Annual income. ....................................................................................... 59
Sec. 5.611 Adjusted income. .................................................................................... 61
Sec. 5.613 Public housing program and Section 8 tenant-based assistance program:
PHA cooperation with welfare agency. ..................................................................... 61
Sec. 5.615 Public housing program and Section 8 tenant-based assistance program:
How welfare benefit reduction affects family income. ............................................. 62
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Sec. 5.617 Self-sufficiency incentives for persons with disabilities--Disallowance of
increase in annual income. ........................................................................................ 64
Family Payment ......................................................................................................... 65
Sec. 5.628 Total tenant payment. ............................................................................. 65
Sec. 5.630 Minimum rent. ........................................................................................ 65
Sec. 5.632 Utility reimbursements. .......................................................................... 66
Sec. 5.634 Tenant rent. ............................................................................................. 67
Section 8 Project-Based Assistance: Occupancy Requirements ............................... 67
Sec. 5.653 Section 8 project-based assistance programs: Admission--Income-
eligibility and income-targeting. ............................................................................... 67
Sec. 5.655 Section 8 project-based assistance programs: Owner preferences in
selection for a project or unit. .................................................................................... 68
Sec. 5.657 Section 8 project-based assistance programs: Reexamination of family
income and composition. ........................................................................................... 69
Sec. 5.659 Family information and verification. ...................................................... 70
Sec. 5.661 Section 8 project-based assistance programs: Approval for police or
other security personnel to live in project. ................................................................ 70
Subpart G--Physical Condition Standards and Inspection Requirements ..................... 72
Sec. 5.701 Applicability. .............................................................................................. 72
Sec. 5.703 Physical condition standards for HUD housing that is decent, safe, sanitary
and in good repair (DSS/GR). ....................................................................................... 72
Sec. 5.705 Uniform physical inspection requirements. ............................................ 73
Subpart H--Uniform Financial Reporting Standards .................................................... 73
Sec. 5.801 Uniform financial reporting standards. ................................................... 73
Subpart I--Preventing Crime in Federally Assisted Housing--Denying Admission and
Terminating Tenancy for Criminal Activity or Alcohol Abuse .................................... 75
Sec. 5.850 Which subsidized housing is covered by this subpart? .......................... 75
Sec. 5.851 What authority do I have to screen applicants and to evict tenants? ...... 76
Sec. 5.852 What discretion do I have in screening and eviction actions? ................ 76
Sec. 5.853 Definitions. ............................................................................................. 76
Denying Admissions ................................................................................................. 76
Sec. 5.854 When must I prohibit admission of individuals who have engaged in
drug-related criminal activity? .................................................................................. 76
Sec. 5.855 When am I specifically authorized to prohibit admission of individuals
who have engaged in criminal activity? .................................................................... 76
Sec. 5.856 When must I prohibit admission of sex offenders? ................................ 76
Sec. 5.857 When must I prohibit admission of alcohol abusers? ............................. 76
Terminating Tenancy ................................................................................................ 76
Sec. 5.858 What authority do I have to evict drug criminals? ................................. 76
Sec. 5.859 When am I specifically authorized to evict other criminals? ................. 76
Sec. 5.860 When am I specifically authorized to evict alcohol abusers? ................. 77
Sec. 5.861 What evidence of criminal activity must I have to evict? ...................... 77
Subpart J--Access to Criminal Records and Information .......................................... 77
Sec. 5.901 To what criminal records and searches does this subpart apply? ........... 77
Sec. 5.902 Definitions. ............................................................................................. 77
Sec. 5.903 What special authority is there to obtain access to criminal records? .... 78
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Sec. 5.905 What special authority is there to obtain access to sex offender
registration information? ........................................................................................... 81
PART 35--LEAD-BASED PAINT POISONING PREVENTION IN CERTAIN
RESIDENTIAL STRUCTURES } .................................................................................... 83
[Cite 24 CFR 35] ............................................................................................................... 83
Subpart L--Public Housing Programs ........................................................................... 83
Sec. 35.1100 Purpose and applicability. .................................................................... 83
Sec. 35.1105 Definitions and other general requirements. ........................................ 83
Sec. 35.1110 Notices and pamphlet. ......................................................................... 83
Sec. 35.1115 Evaluation. ........................................................................................... 83
Sec. 35.1120 Hazard reduction. ................................................................................. 84
Sec. 35.1125 Evaluation and hazard reduction before acquisition and development.
................................................................................................................................... 84
Sec. 35.1130 Child with an environmental intervention blood lead level. ................ 84
Sec. 35.1135 Eligible costs. ....................................................................................... 86
Sec. 35.1140 Insurance coverage. ............................................................................. 86
PART 945--DESIGNATED HOUSING--PUBLIC HOUSING DESIGNATED FOR
OCCUPANCY BY DISABLED, ELDERLY, OR DISABLED AND ELDERLY
FAMILIES ......................................................................................................................... 86
[CITE: 24CFR945] ............................................................................................................ 86
Subpart A--General ....................................................................................................... 86
Sec. 945.101 Purpose. .............................................................................................. 86
Sec. 945.103 General policies. ................................................................................. 86
Sec. 945.105 Definitions. ......................................................................................... 87
Subpart B--Application and Approval Procedures ........................................................ 89
Sec. 945.201 Approval to designate housing. .......................................................... 89
Sec. 945.203 Allocation plan. ................................................................................... 89
Sec. 945.205 Designated housing for disabled families. .......................................... 93
Subpart C--Operating Designated Housing ................................................................... 95
Sec. 945.301 General requirements. ......................................................................... 95
Sec. 945.303 Requirements governing occupancy in designated housing. .............. 95
PART 960--ADMISSION TO, AND OCCUPANCY OF, PUBLIC HOUSING ............. 97
[CITE: 24CFR960] ............................................................................................................ 97
Subpart A--Applicability, Definitions, Equal Opportunity Requirements .................... 97
Sec. 960.101 Applicability. ...................................................................................... 97
Sec. 960.102 Definitions. ......................................................................................... 97
Sec. 960.103 Equal opportunity requirements. ........................................................ 97
Subpart B--Admission ................................................................................................... 98
Sec. 960.200 Purpose. .............................................................................................. 98
Sec. 960.201 Eligibility. ........................................................................................... 98
Sec. 960.202 Tenant selection policies. .................................................................... 98
Sec. 960.203 Standards for PHA tenant selection criteria. ....................................... 99
Sec. 960.204 Denial of admission for criminal activity or drug abuse by household
members. ................................................................................................................. 100
Sec. 960.205 Drug use by applicants: Obtaining information from drug treatment
facility. ..................................................................................................................... 101
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Sec. 960.206 Waiting list: Local preferences in admission to public housing
program. .................................................................................................................. 103
Sec. 960.208 Notification to applicants. ................................................................ 104
Subpart C--Rent and Reexamination ........................................................................... 104
Sec. 960.253 Choice of rent. .................................................................................. 104
Sec. 960.255 Self-sufficiency incentives--Disallowance of increase in annual
income. .................................................................................................................... 106
Sec. 960.257 Family income and composition: Regular and interim reexaminations.
................................................................................................................................. 107
Sec. 960.259 Family information and verification. ................................................ 107
Sec. 960.261 Restriction on eviction of families based on income. ....................... 108
Subpart D--Preference for Elderly Families and Disabled Families in Mixed Population
Projects ........................................................................................................................ 108
Sec. 960.401 Purpose. ............................................................................................ 108
Sec. 960.403 Applicability. .................................................................................... 108
Sec. 960.407 Selection preference for mixed population developments. .............. 108
Subpart E--Occupancy by Over-Income Families or Police Officers ......................... 109
Sec. 960.503 Occupancy by over-income families. ............................................... 109
Sec. 960.505 Occupancy by police officers to provide security for public housing
residents. .................................................................................................................. 109
Subpart F--When Resident Must Perform Community Service Activities or Self-
Sufficiency Work Activities ........................................................................................ 109
Sec. 960.600 Implementation. ................................................................................ 110
Sec. 960.601 Definitions. ....................................................................................... 110
Sec. 960.603 General requirements. ....................................................................... 110
Sec. 960.605 How PHA administers service requirements. ................................... 111
Sec. 960.607 Assuring resident compliance. .......................................................... 111
Sec. 960.609 Prohibition against replacement of PHA employees. ....................... 112
Subpart G--Pet Ownership in Public Housing ............................................................ 112
Sec. 960.701 Purpose. ............................................................................................ 112
Sec. 960.703 Applicability. .................................................................................... 112
Sec. 960.705 Animals that assist, support, or provide service to persons with
disabilities. ............................................................................................................... 112
Sec. 960.707 Pet ownership. .................................................................................. 112
PART 964--TENANT PARTICIPATION AND TENANT OPPORTUNITIES IN
PUBLIC HOUSING ........................................................................................................ 113
[CITE: 24 CFR 964] ........................................................................................................ 113
Subpart A--General Provisions ................................................................................... 113
Sec. 964.1 Purpose. ................................................................................................ 113
Sec. 964.3 Applicability and scope. ....................................................................... 113
Sec. 964.7 Definitions. ........................................................................................... 114
Sec. 964.11 HUD policy on tenant participation. .................................................. 115
Sec. 964.12 HUD policy on the Tenant Opportunities Program (TOP). ............... 116
Sec. 964.14 HUD policy on partnerships. .............................................................. 116
Sec. 964.15 HUD policy on resident management. ............................................... 116
Sec. 964.16 HUD role in activities under this part. ................................................ 116
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Sec. 964.18 HA role in activities under subparts B & C. ....................................... 116
Sec. 964.24 HUD policy on FIC Program. ............................................................. 117
Sec. 964.30 Other Program requirements. .............................................................. 118
Subpart B--Tenant Participation .................................................................................. 118
Sec. 964.100 Role of resident council. ................................................................... 118
Sec. 964.105 Role of the jurisdiction-wide resident council. ................................. 118
Sec. 964.115 Resident council requirements. ......................................................... 118
Sec. 964.117 Resident council partnerships. .......................................................... 119
Sec. 964.120 Resident management corporation requirements. ............................. 119
Sec. 964.125 Eligibility for resident council membership. .................................... 119
Sec. 964.130 Election procedures and standards. ................................................... 120
Sec. 964.135 Resident involvement in HA management operations. .................... 120
Sec. 964.140 Resident training. .............................................................................. 121
Sec. 964.145 Conflict of interest. ........................................................................... 121
Sec. 964.150 Funding tenant participation. ............................................................ 121
Subpart C--Tenant Opportunities Program ................................................................. 122
Sec. 964.200 General. ............................................................................................. 122
Sec. 964.205 Eligibility. ......................................................................................... 122
Sec. 964.210 Notice of funding availability. .......................................................... 123
Sec. 964.215 Grant agreement. ............................................................................... 123
Sec. 964.220 Technical assistance. ......................................................................... 124
Sec. 964.225 Resident management requirements. ................................................ 124
Sec. 964.230 Audit and administrative requirements. ............................................ 126
Subpart D--Family Investment Centers (FIC) Program .............................................. 126
Sec. 964.300 General. ............................................................................................. 126
Sec. 964.305 Eligibility. ......................................................................................... 126
Sec. 964.308 Supportive services requirements. .................................................... 127
Sec. 964.310 Audit/compliance requirements. ....................................................... 127
Sec. 964.315 HAs role in activities under this part. ............................................... 128
Sec. 964.320 HUD Policy on training, employment, contracting and subcontracting
of public housing residents. ..................................................................................... 128
Sec. 964.325 Notice of funding availability. .......................................................... 128
Sec. 964.330 Grant set-aside assistance. ................................................................ 129
Sec. 964.335 Grant agreement. ............................................................................... 129
Sec. 964.340 Resident compensation. .................................................................... 129
Sec. 964.345 Treatment of income. ........................................................................ 129
Sec. 964.350 Administrative requirements. ........................................................... 129
Subpart E--Resident Board Members .......................................................................... 130
Sec. 964.400 Purpose. ............................................................................................ 130
Sec. 964.405 Applicability. .................................................................................... 130
Sec. 964.410 Additional definitions. ...................................................................... 130
Sec. 964.415 Resident board members. .................................................................. 130
Sec. 964.420 Resident board member may be elected. .......................................... 130
Sec. 964.425 Small public housing agencies. ......................................................... 131
Sec. 964.430 Nondiscrimination. ........................................................................... 131
PART 966--PUBLIC HOUSING LEASE AND GRIEVANCE PROCEDURE ............ 132
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[CITE: 24 CFR 966] ........................................................................................................ 132
Subpart A--Dwelling Leases, Procedures and Requirements ..................................... 132
Sec. 966.1 Purpose and applicability. .................................................................... 132
Sec. 966.2 Definitions. ........................................................................................... 132
Sec. 966.3 Tenants' opportunity for comment. ....................................................... 132
Sec. 966.4 Lease requirements. .............................................................................. 132
Sec. 966.5 Posting of policies, rules and regulations. ............................................ 140
Sec. 966.6 Prohibited lease provisions. .................................................................. 140
Sec. 966.7 Accommodation of persons with disabilities. ...................................... 141
Subpart B--Grievance Procedures and Requirements ................................................. 141
Sec. 966.50 Purpose and scope. ............................................................................. 141
Sec. 966.51 Applicablity. ....................................................................................... 141
Sec. 966.52 Requirements. ..................................................................................... 142
Sec. 966.53 Definitions. ......................................................................................... 142
Sec. 966.54 Informal settlement of grievance. ....................................................... 143
Sec. 966.55 Procedures to obtain a hearing. .......................................................... 143
Sec. 966.56 Procedures governing the hearing. ..................................................... 144
Sec. 966.57 Decision of the hearing officer or hearing panel. ............................... 145


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{[Code of Federal Regulations]
[Title 24, Volume 1]
[Revised as of April 1, 2003]
From the U.S. Government Printing Office
via GPO Access
[CITE: 24CFR5.100]
TITLE 24--HOUSING AND
URBAN DEVELOPMENT
PART 5--GENERAL HUD
PROGRAM
REQUIREMENTS;
WAIVERS--Table of
Contents}
[CITE: 24 CFR 5.100]
Subpart A--Generally
Applicable Definitions and
Federal Requirements;
Waivers
Sec. 5.100 Definitions.
The following definitions apply to this
part and also in other regulations, as noted:
1937 Act means the United States
Housing Act of 1937 (42 U.S.C. 1437 et
seq.)
ADA means the Americans with
Disabilities Act of 1990 (42 U.S.C. 12101 et
seq.).
ALJ means an administrative law judge
appointed to HUD pursuant to 5 U.S.C.
3105 or detailed to HUD pursuant to 5
U.S.C. 3344.
Covered person, for purposes of 24 CFR
5, subpart I, and parts 966 and 982, means a
tenant, any member of the tenant's
household, a guest or another person under
the tenant's control.
Department means the Department of
Housing and Urban Development.
Drug means a controlled substance as
defined in section 102 of the Controlled
Substances Act (21 U.S.C. 802).
Drug-related criminal activity means the
illegal manufacture, sale, distribution, or use
of a drug, or the possession of a drug with
intent to manufacture, sell, distribute or use
the drug.
Elderly Person means an individual who
is at least 62 years of age.
Fair Housing Act means title VIII of the
Civil Rights Act of 1968, as amended by the
Fair Housing Amendments Act of 1988 (42
U.S.C. 3601 et seq.).
Fair Market Rent (FMR) means the rent
that would be required to be paid in the
particular housing market area in order to
obtain privately owned, decent, safe and
sanitary rental housing of modest (non-
luxury) nature with suitable amenities. This
Fair Market Rent includes utilities (except
telephone). Separate Fair Market Rents will
be established by HUD for dwelling units of
varying sizes (number of bedrooms) and will
be published in the Federal Register in
accordance with part 888 of this title.
Federally assisted housing (for purposes
of subparts I and J of this part) means
housing assisted under any of the following
programs:
(1) Public housing;
(2) Housing receiving project-based or
tenant-based assistance under Section 8 of
the U.S. Housing Act of 1937 (42 U.S.C.
1437f);
(3) Housing that is assisted under section
202 of the Housing Act of 1959, as amended
by section 801 of the National Affordable
Housing Act (12 U.S.C. 1701q);
(4) Housing that is assisted under section
202 of the Housing Act of 1959, as such
section existed before the enactment of the
National Affordable Housing Act;
(5) Housing that is assisted under section
811 of the National Affordable Housing Act
(42 U.S.C. 8013);
(6) Housing financed by a loan or
mortgage insured under section 221(d)(3) of
the National Housing Act (12 U.S.C.
1715l(d)(3)) that bears interest at a rate
determined under the proviso of section
221(d)(5) of such Act (12 U.S.C.
1715l(d)(5));
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(7) Housing insured, assisted, or held by
HUD or by a State or local agency under
section 236 of the National Housing Act (12
U.S.C. 1715z- 1); or
(8) Housing assisted by the Rural
Development Administration under section
514 or section 515 of the Housing Act of
1949 (42 U.S.C. 1483, 1484).
General Counsel means the General
Counsel of HUD.
Grantee means the person or legal entity
to which a grant is awarded and that is
accountable for the use of the funds
provided.
Guest, only for purposes of 24 CFR part
5, subparts A and I, and parts 882, 960, 966,
and 982, means a person temporarily staying
in the unit with the consent of a tenant or
other member of the household who has
express or implied authority to so consent on
behalf of the tenant. The requirements of
parts 966 and 982 apply to a guest as so
defined.
Household, for purposes of 24 CFR part
5, subpart I, and parts, 960, 966, 882, and
982, means the family and PHA-approved
live-in aide.
HUD means the same as Department.
MSA means a metropolitan statistical
area.
NAHA means the Cranston-Gonzalez
National Affordable Housing Act (42 U.S.C.
12701 et seq.).
NEPA means the National Environmental
Policy Act of 1969 (42 U.S.C. 4321).
NOFA means Notice of Funding
Availability.
OMB means the Office of Management
and Budget.
Organizational Unit means the
jurisdictional area of each Assistant
Secretary, and each office head or field
administrator reporting directly to the
Secretary.
Other person under the tenant's control,
for the purposes of the definition of covered
person and for parts 5, 882, 966, and 982
means that the person, although not staying
as a guest (as defined in this section) in the
unit, is, or was at the time of the activity in
question, on the premises (as premises is
defined in this section) because of an
invitation from the tenant or other member
of the household who has express or implied
authority to so consent on behalf of the
tenant. Absent evidence to the contrary, a
person temporarily and infrequently on the
premises solely for legitimate commercial
purposes is not under the tenant's control.
Premises, for purposes of 24 CFR part 5,
subpart I, and parts 960 and 966, means the
building or complex or development in
which the public or assisted housing
dwelling unit is located, including common
areas and grounds.
Public housing means housing assisted
under the 1937 Act, other than under Section
8. ``Public housing'' includes dwelling units
in a mixed finance project that are assisted
by a PHA with capital or operating
assistance.
Public Housing Agency (PHA) means any
State, county, municipality, or other
governmental entity or public body, or
agency or instrumentality of these entities,
that is authorized to engage or assist in the
development or operation of low-income
housing under the 1937 Act.
Responsible entity means:
(1) For the public housing program, the
Section 8 tenant-based assistance program
(part 982 of this title), and the Section 8
project- based certificate or voucher
programs (part 983 of this title), and the
Section 8 moderate rehabilitation program
(part 882 of this title), responsible entity
means the PHA administering the program
under an ACC with HUD;
(2) For all other Section 8 programs,
responsible entity means the Section 8
project owner.
Section 8 means section 8 of the United
States Housing Act of 1937 (42 U.S.C.
1437f).
Secretary means the Secretary of Housing
and Urban Development.
URA means the Uniform Relocation
Assistance and Real Property Acquisition
Policies Act of 1970 (42 U.S.C. 4201-4655).
Violent criminal activity means any
criminal activity that has as one of its
elements the use, attempted use, or
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threatened use of physical force substantial
enough to cause, or be reasonably likely to
cause, serious bodily injury or property
damage.
{61 FR 5202, Feb. 9, 1996, as amended
at 63 FR 23853, Apr. 30, 1998; 65 FR
16715, Mar. 29, 2000; 66 FR 28791, May
24, 2001}
105 Other Federal
requirements.
The following Federal requirements apply
as noted in the respective program
regulations:
(a) Nondiscrimination and equal
opportunity. The Fair Housing Act (42
U.S.C. 3601-19) and implementing
regulations at 24 CFR part 100 et seq.;
Executive Order 11063, as amended by
Executive Order 12259 (3 CFR, 1959-1963
Comp., p. 652 and 3 CFR, 1980 Comp., p.
307) (Equal Opportunity in Housing
Programs) and implementing regulations at
24 CFR part 107; title VI of the Civil Rights
Act of 1964 (42 U.S.C. 2000d-2000d-4)
(Nondiscrimination in Federally Assisted
Programs) and implementing regulations at
24 CFR part 1; the Age Discrimination Act
of 1975 (42 U.S.C. 6101-6107) and
implementing regulations at 24 CFR part
146; section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of
1973 (29 U.S.C. 794) and implementing
regulations at part 8 of this title; title II of
the Americans with Disabilities Act, 42
U.S.C. 12101 et seq.; 24 CFR part 8; section
3 of the Housing and Urban Development
Act of 1968 (12 U.S.C. 1701u) and
implementing regulations at 24 CFR part
135; Executive Order 11246, as amended by
Executive Orders 11375, 11478, 12086, and
12107 (3 CFR, 1964-1965 Comp., p. 339; 3
CFR, 1966-1970 Comp., p. 684; 3 CFR,
1966-1970 Comp., p. 803; 3 CFR, 1978
Comp., p. 230; and 3 CFR, 1978 Comp., p.
264, respectively) (Equal Employment
Opportunity Programs) and implementing
regulations at 41 CFR chapter 60; Executive
Order 11625, as amended by Executive
Order 12007 (3 CFR, 1971-1975 Comp., p.
616 and 3 CFR, 1977 Comp., p. 139)
(Minority Business Enterprises); Executive
Order 12432 (3 CFR, 1983 Comp., p. 198)
(Minority Business Enterprise
Development); and Executive Order 12138,
as amended by Executive Order 12608 (3
CFR, 1977 Comp., p. 393 and 3 CFR, 1987
Comp., p. 245) (Women's Business
Enterprise).
(b) Disclosure requirements. The
disclosure requirements and prohibitions of
31 U.S.C. 1352 and implementing
regulations at 24 CFR part 87; and the
requirements for funding competitions
established by the Department of Housing
and Urban Development Reform Act of
1989 (42 U.S.C. 3531 et seq.).
(c) Debarred, suspended or ineligible
contractors. The prohibitions at 24 CFR part
24 on the use of debarred, suspended or
ineligible contractors.
(d) Drug-Free Workplace. The Drug-Free
Workplace Act of 1988 (41 U.S.C. 701 et
seq.) and HUD's implementing regulations
at 24 CFR part 24.
{61 FR 5202, Feb. 9, 1996, as amended
at 65 FR 16715, Mar. 29, 2000}
107 Audit requirements for
non-profit organizations.
Non-profit organizations subject to
regulations in the part 200 and part 800
series of title 24 of the CFR shall comply
with the audit requirements of revised OMB
Circular A-133, ``Audits of States, Local
Governments, and Non-profit
Organizations'' (see 24 CFR 84.26). For
HUD programs, a non-profit organization is
the mortgagor or owner (as these terms are
defined in the regulations in the part 200 and
part 800 series) and not a related or affiliated
organization or entity.
{62 FR 61617, Nov. 18, 1997}
110 Waivers.
Upon determination of good cause, the
Secretary may, subject to statutory
limitations, waive any provision of this title
and delegate this authority in accordance
with section 106 of the Department of
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Housing and Urban Development Reform
Act of 1989 (42 U.S.C. 3535(q)).
Subpart B--Disclosure and
Verification of Social Security
Numbers and Employer
Identification Numbers;
Procedures for Obtaining
Income Information
Sec. 5.210 Purpose,
applicability, and Federal
preemption.
Authority: 42 U.S.C. 3535(d), 3543,
3544, and 11901 et seq.
Source: 61 FR 11113, Mar. 18, 1996,
unless otherwise noted.

(a) Purpose. This subpart B requires
applicants for and participants in covered
HUD programs to disclose, and submit
documentation to verify, their Social
Security Numbers (SSNs). This subpart B
also enables HUD and PHAs to obtain
income information about applicants and
participants in the covered programs through
computer matches with State Wage
Information Collection Agencies (SWICAs)
and Federal agencies, in order to verify an
applicant's or participant's eligibility for or
level of assistance. The purpose of this
subpart B is to enable HUD to decrease the
incidence of fraud, waste, and abuse in the
covered programs.
(b) Applicability. (1) This subpart B
applies to mortgage and loan insurance and
coinsurance and housing assistance
programs contained in chapter II, subchapter
B, and chapters VIII and IX of this title.
(2) The information covered by consent
forms described in this subpart involves
income information from SWICAs, and
wages, net earnings from self-employment,
payments of retirement income, and
unearned income as referenced at 26 U.S.C.
6103. In addition, consent forms may
authorize the collection of other information
from applicants and participants to
determine eligibility or level of benefits.
(c) Federal preemption. This subpart B
preempts any State law, including
restrictions and penalties, that governs the
collection and use of income information to
the extent State law is inconsistent with this
subpart.
{61 FR 11113, Mar. 18, 1996, as
amended at 65 FR 16715, Mar. 29, 2000}
Sec. 5.212 Compliance with the
Privacy Act and other
requirements.
(a) Compliance with the Privacy Act. The
collection, maintenance, use, and
dissemination of SSNs, EINs, any
information derived from SSNs and
Employer Identification Numbers (EINs),
and income information under this subpart
shall be conducted, to the extent applicable,
in compliance with the Privacy Act (5
U.S.C. 552a) and all other provisions of
Federal, State, and local law.
(b) Privacy Act notice. All assistance
applicants shall be provided with a Privacy
Act notice at the time of application. All
participants shall be provided with a Privacy
Act notice at each annual income
recertification.
Sec. 5.214 Definitions.
In addition to the definitions in Sec.
5.100, the following definitions apply to this
subpart B:
Assistance applicant. Except as excluded
pursuant to 42 U.S.C. 3543(b) and
3544(a)(2), this term means the following:
(1) For any program under 24 CFR parts
215, 221, 236, 290, or 891, or any program
under Section 8 of the 1937 Act: A family or
individual that seeks rental assistance under
the program.
(2) For the public housing program: A
family or individual that seeks admission to
the program.
(3) For any program under 24 CFR part
235: A homeowner or cooperative member
seeking homeownership assistance
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(including where the individual seeks to
assume an existing mortgage).
Computer match means the automated
comparison of data bases containing records
about individuals.
Computer matching agreement means the
agreement that describes the responsibilities
and obligations of the parties participating in
a computer match.
Consent form means any consent form
approved by HUD to be signed by assistance
applicants and participants for the purpose
of obtaining income information from
employers and SWICAs; return information
from the Social Security Administration
(including wages, net earnings from self-
employment, and payments of retirement
income), as referenced at 26 U.S.C.
6103(l)(7)(A); and return information for
unearned income from the Internal Revenue
Service, as referenced at 26 U.S.C.
6103(l)(7)(B). The consent forms expire
after a certain time and may authorize the
collection of other information from
assistance applicants or participants to
determine eligibility or level of benefits as
provided in Secs. 813.109, 913.109, and
950.315 of this title.
Employer Identification Number (EIN)
means the nine-digit taxpayer identifying
number that is assigned to an individual,
trust, estate, partnership, association,
company, or corporation pursuant to
sections 6011(b), or corresponding
provisions of prior law, or 6109 of the
Internal Revenue Code.
Entity applicant. (1) Except as excluded
pursuant to 42 U.S.C. 3543(b), 3544(a)(2),
and paragraph (2) of this definition, this
term means a partnership, corporation, or
any other association or entity, other than an
individual owner applicant, that seeks to
participate as a private owner in any of the
following:
(i) The project-based assistance programs
under Section 8 of the 1937 Act;
(ii) The programs in 24 CFR parts 215,
221, or 236; or
(iii) The other mortgage and loan
insurance programs in 24 CFR parts 201
through 267, except that the term ``entity
applicant'' does not include a mortgagee or
lender.
(2) The term does not include a public
entity, such as a PHA, IHA, or State
Housing Finance Agency.
Federal agency means a department of the
executive branch of the Federal
Government.
Income information means information
relating to an individual's income, including:
(1) All employment income information
known to current or previous employers or
other income sources that HUD or the
processing entity determines is necessary for
purposes of determining an assistance
applicant's or participant's eligibility for, or
level of assistance in, a covered program;
(2) All information about wages, as
defined in the State's unemployment
compensation law, including any Social
Security Number; name of the employee;
quarterly wages of the employee; and the
name, full address, telephone number, and,
when known, Employer Identification
Number of an employer reporting wages
under a State unemployment compensation
law;
(3) With respect to unemployment
compensation:
(i) Whether an individual is receiving, has
received, or has applied for unemployment
compensation;
(ii) The amount of unemployment
compensation the individual is receiving or
is entitled to receive; and
(iii) The period with respect to which the
individual actually received such
compensation;
(4) Unearned IRS income and self-
employment, wages and retirement income
as described in the Internal Revenue Code,
26 U.S.C. 6103(l)(7); and
(5) Wage, social security (Title II), and
supplemental security income (Title XVI)
data obtaied from the Social Security
Administration.
Individual owner applicant. Except as
excluded pursuant to 42 U.S.C. 3543(b),
3544(a)(2), or paragraph (2) of this
definition, this term means:
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(1) An individual who seeks to participate
as a private owner in any of:
(i) The project-based assistance programs
under Section 8 of the 1937 Act; or
(ii) The programs in 24 CFR parts 215,
221, 235 (without homeownership
assistance), or 236, including where the
individual seeks to assume an existing
mortgage; or
(2) An individual who:
(i) Either: (A) Applies for a mortgage or
loan insured or coinsured under any of the
programs referred to in paragraph (1)(iii) of
the definition of ``entity applicant'' in this
section; or
(B) Seeks to assume an existing mortgage
or loan; and
(ii) Intends to hold the mortgaged
property in his or her individual right.
IRS means the Internal Revenue Service.
Owner means the person or entity (or
employee of an owner) that leases an
assisted dwelling unit to an eligible family
and includes, when applicable, a mortgagee.
Participant. Except as excluded pursuant
to 42 U.S.C. 3543(b) and 3544(a)(2), this
term has the following meaning:
(1) For any program under 24 CFR part
891, or Section 8 of the 1937 Act: A family
receiving rental assistance under the
program;
(2) For the public housing program: A
family or individual that is assisted under
the program;
(3) For 24 CFR parts 215, 221, 236, and
290: A tenant or qualified tenant under any
of the programs; and
(4) For 24 CFR part 235: A homeowner
or a cooperative member receiving
homeownership assistance.
Processing entity means the person or
entity that, under any of the programs
covered under this subpart B, is responsible
for making eligibility and related
determinations and an income
reexamination. (In the Section 8 and public
housing programs, the ``processing entity'' is
the ``responsible entity'' as defined in Sec.
5.100.)
Social Security Number (SSN) means the
nine-digit number that is assigned to a
person by the Social Security
Administration and that identifies the record
of the person's earnings reported to the
Social Security Administration. The term
does not include a number with a letter as a
suffix that is used to identify an auxiliary
beneficiary.
SSA means the Social Security
Administration.
State Wage Information Collection
Agency (SWICA) means the State agency,
including any Indian tribal agency, receiving
quarterly wage reports from employers in
the State, or an alternative system that has
been determined by the Secretary of Labor
to be as effective and timely in providing
employment-related income and eligibility
information.
{61 FR 11113, Mar. 18, 1996, as
amended at 63 FR 23853, Apr. 30, 1998; 65
FR 16715, Mar. 29, 2000}
Disclosure and Verification of
Social Security Numbers and
Employer Identification
Numbers for Applicants and
Participants in Certain HUD
Programs
Sec. 5.216 Disclosure and
verification of Social Security
and Employer Identification
Numbers.
(a) Disclosure: assistance applicants. Each
assistance applicant must submit the
following information to the processing
entity when the assistant applicant's
eligibility under the program involved is
being determined:
(1)(i) The complete and accurate SSN
assigned to the assistant applicant and to
each member of the assistant applicant's
household who is at least six years of age;
and
(ii) The documentation referred to in
paragraph (f)(1) of this section to verify
each such SSN; or
(2) If the assistance applicant or any
member of the assistance applicant's
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household who is at least six years of age
has not been assigned an SSN, a certification
executed by the individual involved that
meets the requirements of paragraph (j) of
this section.
(b) Disclosure: individual owner
applicants. Each individual owner applicant
must submit the following information to the
processing entity when the individual owner
applicant's eligibility under the program
involved is being determined:
(1)(i) The complete and accurate SSNs
assigned to the individual owner applicant
and to each member of the individual owner
applicant's household who will be obligated
to pay the debt evidenced by the mortgage
or loan documents; and
(ii) The documentation referred to in
paragraph (f)(1) of this section to verify the
SSNs; or
(2) If any person referred to in paragraph
(b)(1)(i) of this section has not been
assigned an SSN, a certification executed by
the individual involved that meets the
requirements of paragraph (j) of this section.
(c) Disclosure: certain officials of entity
applicants. As explained more fully in HUD
administrative instructions, each officer,
director, principal stockholder, or other
official of an entity applicant must submit
the following information to the processing
entity when the entity applicant's eligibility
under the program involved is being
determined:
(1) The complete and accurate SSN
assigned to each such individual; and
(2) The documentation referred to in
paragraph (f)(1) of this section to verify
each SSN.
(d) Disclosure: participants--(1) Initial
disclosure. Each participant whose initial
determination of eligibility under the
program involved was begun before
November 6, 1989, must submit the
following information to the processing
entity at the next regularly scheduled income
reexamination for the program involved:
(i)(A) The complete and accurate SSN
assigned to the participant and to each
member of the participant's family who is at
least six years of age; and
(B) The documentation referred to in
paragraph (f)(1) of this section to verify
each such SSN; or
(ii) If the participant or any member of the
participant's household who is at least six
years of age has not been assigned an SSN, a
certification executed by the individual(s)
involved that meets the requirements of
paragraph (j) of this section.
(2) Subsequent disclosure. Once a
participant has disclosed and verified every
SSN, or submitted any certification that an
SSN has not been assigned, as provided by
paragraph (a) of this section (for an
assistance applicant) or paragraph (d)(1) (for
a preexisting participant) of this section, the
following rules apply:
(i) If the participant's household adds a
new member who is at least six years of age,
the participant must submit to the processing
entity, at the next interim or regularly
scheduled income reexamination that
includes the new members:
(A) The complete and accurate SSNs
assigned to each new member and the
documentation referred to in paragraph
(f)(1) of this section to verify the SSNs for
each new member; or
(B) If the new member has not been
assigned an SSN, a certification executed by
the individual involved that meets the
requirements of paragraph (j) of this section.
(ii) If the participant or any member of the
participant's household who is at least six
years of age obtains a previously
undisclosed SSN, or has been assigned a
new SSN, the participant must submit the
following to the processing entity at the next
regularly scheduled income reexamination:
(A) The complete and accurate SSN
assigned to the participant or household
member involved; and
(B) The documentation referred to in
paragraph (f)(1) of this section to verify the
SSN of each such individual.
(iii) Additional SSN disclosure and
verification requirements, including the
nature of the disclosure and the verification
required and the time and manner for
making the disclosure and verification, may
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be specified in administrative instructions
by:
(A) HUD; and
(B) In the case of the public housing
program or the programs under parts 882
and 887 of this title, the PHA.
(e) Disclosure: entity applicants. Each
entity applicant must submit the following
information to the processing entity when
the entity applicant's eligibility under the
program involved is being determined:
(1) Any complete and accurate EIN
assigned to the entity applicant; and
(2) The documentation referred to in
paragraph (f)(2) of this section to verify the
EIN.
(f) Required documentation--(1) Social
Security Numbers. The documentation
necessary to verify the SSN of an individual
who is required to disclose his or her SSN
under paragraphs (a) through (d) of this
section is a valid SSN card issued by the
SSA, or such other evidence of the SSN as
HUD and, where applicable, the PHA may
prescribe in administrative instructions.
(2) Employer Identification Numbers. The
documentation necessary to verify any EIN
of an entity applicant that is required to
disclose its EIN under paragraph (e) of this
section is the official, written
communication from the IRS assigning the
EIN to the entity applicant, or such other
evidence of the EIN as HUD may prescribe
in administrative instructions.
(g) Special documentation rules for
assistance applicants and participants--(1)
Certification of inability to meet
documentation requirements. If an
individual who is required to disclose his or
her SSN under paragraph (a) (assistance
applicants) of this section or paragraph (d)
(participants) of this section is able to
disclose the SSN, but cannot meet the
documentation requirements of paragraph
(f)(1) of this section, the assistance applicant
or participant must submit to the processing
entity the individual's SSN and a
certification executed by the individual that
the SSN submitted has been assigned to the
individual, but that acceptable
documentation to verify the SSN cannot be
provided.
(2) Acceptance or certification by
processing entity. Except as provided by
paragraph (h) of this section, the processing
entity must accept the certification referred
to in paragraph (g)(1) of this section and
continue to process the assistant applicant's
or participant's eligibility to participate in
the program involved.
(3) Effect on assistance applicants. If the
processing entity determines that the
assistance applicant is otherwise eligible to
participate in the program, the assistance
applicant may not become a participant in
the program, unless it submits to the
processing entity the documentation
required under paragraph (f)(1) of this
section within the time period specified in
paragraph (g)(5) of this section. During such
period, the assistance applicant will retain
the position that it occupied in the program
at the time the determination of eligibility
was made, including its place on any waiting
list maintained for the program, if
applicable.
(4) Effect on participants. If the
processing entity determines that the
participant otherwise continues to be eligible
to participate in the program, participation
will continue, provided that the participant
submits to the processing entity the
documentation required under paragraph
(f)(1) of this section within the time period
specified in paragraph (g)(5) of this section.
(5) Time for submitting documentation.
The time period referred to in paragraphs
(g)(4) and (5) of this section is 60 calendar
days from the date on which the certification
referred to in paragraph (g)(1) of this section
is executed, except that the processing entity
may, in its discretion, extend this period for
up to an additional 60 days if the individual
is at least 62 years of age and is unable to
submit the required documentation within
the initial 60-day period.
(h) Rejection of documentation or
certification. The processing entity may
reject documentation referred to in
paragraph (f) of this section, or a
certification provided under paragraphs
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(a)(2), (b)(2), (d), or (g)(1) of this section,
only for such reasons as HUD and the PHA
may prescribe in applicable administrative
instructions.
(i) Information on SSNs and EINs. (1)
Information regarding SSNs and SSN cards
may be obtained by contacting the local
SSA Office or consulting the SSA
regulations at 20 CFR chapter III (see,
particularly, part 422).
(2) Information regarding EINs may be
obtained by contacting the local office of the
IRS or consulting the appropriate
regulations for the IRS.
(j) Form and manner of certifications. The
certifications referred to in paragraphs
(a)(2), (b)(2), (d), and (g)(1) of this section
must be in the form and manner that HUD
and the PHA prescribe in applicable
administrative instructions. If an individual
who is required to execute a certification is
less than 18 years of age, the certification
must be executed by his or her parent or
guardian or, in accordance with
administrative instructions, by the individual
or another person.
(Approved by the Office of Management
and Budget under control number 2502-
0204)
Sec. 5.218 Penalties for failing
to disclose and verify Social
Security and Employer
Identification Numbers.
(a) Denial of eligibility: assistance
applicants and individual owner applicants.
The processing entity must deny the
eligibility of an assistance applicant or
individual owner applicant in accordance
with the provisions governing the program
involved, if the assistance or individual
owner applicant does not meet the
applicable SSN disclosure, documentation
and verification, and certification
requirements specified in Sec. 5.216.
(b) Denial of eligibility: entity applicants.
The processing entity must deny the
eligibility of an entity applicant in
accordance with the provisions governing
the program involved; if:
(1) The entity applicant does not meet the
applicable EIN disclosure and verification
requirements specified in Sec. 5.216; or
(2) Any of the officials of the entity
applicant referred to in Sec. 5.216(c) does
not meet the applicable SSN disclosure, and
documentation and verification requirements
specified in Sec. 5.216.
(c) Termination of assistance or tenancy:
participants. The processing entity must
terminate the assistance or tenancy, or both,
of a participant, in accordance with the
provisions governing the program involved,
if the participant does not meet the
applicable SSN disclosure, documentation
and verification, and certification
requirements specified in Sec. 5.216.
(d) Cross reference. Individuals should
consult the regulations and administrative
instructions for the programs covered under
this subpart B for further information on the
use of SSNs and EINs in determinations
regarding eligibility.
Procedures for Obtaining
Income Information About
Applicants and Participants
Sec. 5.230 Consent by
assistance applicants and
participants.
(a) Required consent by assistance
applicants and participants. Each member of
the family of an assistance applicant or
participant who is at least 18 years of age,
and each family head and spouse regardless
of age, shall sign one or more consent forms.
(b) Consent authorization--(1) To whom
and when. The assistance applicant shall
submit the signed consent forms to the
processing entity when eligibility under a
covered program is being determined. A
participant shall sign and submit consent
forms at the next regularly scheduled
income reexamination. Assistance applicants
and participants shall be responsible for the
signing and submitting of consent forms by
each applicable family member.
(2) Subsequent consent forms--special
cases. Participants are required to sign and
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submit consent forms at the next interim or
regularly scheduled income reexamination
under the following circumstances:
(i) When any person 18 years or older
becomes a member of the family;
(ii) When a member of the family turns 18
years of age; and
(iii) As required by HUD or the PHA in
administrative instructions.
(c) Consent form--contents. The consent
form required by this section shall contain,
at a minimum, the following:
(1) A provision authorizing HUD and
PHAs to obtain from SWICAs any
information or materials necessary to
complete or verify the application for
participation and to maintain continued
assistance under a covered program; and
(2) A provision authorizing HUD, PHAs,
or the owner responsible for determining
eligibility for or the level of assistance to
verify with previous or current employers
income information pertinent to the
assistance applicant's or participant's
eligibility for or level of assistance under a
covered program;
(3) A provision authorizing HUD to
request income return information from the
IRS and the SSA for the sole purpose of
verifying income information pertinent to
the assistance applicant's or participant's
eligibility or level of benefits; and
(4) A statement that the authorization to
release the information requested by the
consent form expires 15 months after the
date the consent form is signed.
Sec. 5.232 Penalties for failing
to sign consent forms.
(a) Denial or termination of benefits. In
accordance with the provisions governing
the program involved, if the assistance
applicant or participant, or any member of
the assistance applicant's or participant's
family, does not sign and submit the consent
form as required in Sec. 5.230, then:
(1) The processing entity shall deny
assistance to and admission of an assistance
applicant;
(2) Assistance to, and the tenancy of, a
participant may be terminated.
(b) Cross references. Individuals should
consult the regulations and administrative
instructions for the programs covered under
this subpart B for further information on the
use of income information in determinations
regarding eligibility.
Sec. 5.234 Requests for
information from SWICAs and
Federal agencies; restrictions
on use.
(a) Information available from SWICAs
and Federal agencies--to whom and what.
Income information will generally be
obtained through computer matching
agreements between HUD and a SWICA or
Federal agency, or between a PHA and a
SWICA, as described in paragraph (c) of
this section. Certification that the applicable
assistance applicants and participants have
signed appropriate consent forms and have
received the necessary Privacy Act notice is
required, as follows:
(1) When HUD requests the computer
match, the processing entity shall certify to
HUD; and
(2) When the PHA requests the computer
match, the PHA shall certify to the SWICA.
(b) Restrictions on use of information.
The restrictions of 42 U.S.C. 3544(c)(2)(A)
apply to the use by HUD or a PHA of
income information obtained from a
SWICA. The restrictions of 42 U.S.C.
3544(c)(2)(A) and of 26 U.S.C. 6103(l)(7)
apply to the use by HUD or a PHA of
income information obtained from the IRS
or SSA.
(c) Computer matching agreements.
Computer matching agreements shall
specify the purpose and the legal authority
for the match, and shall include a description
of the records to be matched, a statement
regarding disposition of information
generated through the match, a description
of the administrative and technical
safeguards to be used in protecting the
information obtained through the match, a
description of the use of records, the
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restrictions on duplication and redisclosure,
a certification, and the amount that will be
charged for processing a request.
(Approved by the Office of Management
and Budget under control number 2508-
0008)
Sec. 5.236 Procedures for
termination, denial,
suspension, or reduction of
assistance based on
information obtained from a
SWICA or Federal agency.
(a) Termination, denial, suspension, or
reduction of assistance. The provisions of 42
U.S.C. 3544(c)(2)(B) and (C) shall govern
the termination, denial, suspension, or
reduction of benefits for an assistance
applicant or participant based on income
information obtained from a SWICA or a
Federal agency. Procedures necessary to
comply with these provisions are provided
in paragraph (b) of this section.
(b) Procedures for independent
verification. (1) Any determination or
redetermination of family income verified in
accordance with this paragraph must be
carried out in accordance with the
requirements and procedures applicable to
the individual covered program.
Independent verification of information
obtained from a SWICA or a Federal agency
may be:
(i) By HUD;
(ii) In the case of the public housing
program, by a PHA; or
(iii) In the case of any Section 8 program,
by a PHA acting as contract administrator
under an ACC.
(2) Upon receiving income information
from a SWICA or a Federal agency, HUD
or, when applicable, the PHA shall compare
the information with the information about a
family's income that was:
(i) Provided by the assistance applicant or
participant to the PHA; or
(ii) Obtained by the owner (or mortgagee,
as applicable) from the assistance applicant
or participant or from his or her employer.
(3) When the income information reveals
an employer or other income source that was
not disclosed by the assistance applicant or
participant, or when the income information
differs substantially from the information
received from the assistance applicant or
participant or from his or her employer:
(i) HUD or, as applicable or directed by
HUD, the PHA shall request the undisclosed
employer or other income source to furnish
any information necessary to establish an
assistance applicant's or participant's
eligibility for or level of assistance in a
covered program. This information shall be
furnished in writing, as directed to:
(A) HUD, with respect to programs under
parts 215, 221, 235, 236, or 290 of this title;
(B) The responsible entity (as defined in
Sec. 5.100) in the case of the public housing
program or any Section 8 program.
(C) The owner or mortgagee, as
applicable, with respect to the rent
supplement, Section 221(d)(3) BMIR,
Section 235 homeownership assistance, or
Section 236 programs.
(ii) HUD or the PHA may verify the
income information directly with an
assistance applicant or participant. Such
verification procedures shall not include any
disclosure of income information prohibited
under paragraph (b)(6) of this section.
(4) HUD and the PHA shall not be
required to pursue these verification
procedures when the sums of money at issue
are too small to raise an inference of fraud
or justify the expense of independent
verification and the procedures related to
termination, denial, suspension, or reduction
of assistance.
(5) Based on the income information
received from a SWICA or Federal agency,
HUD or the PHA, as appropriate, may
inform an owner (or mortgagee) that an
assistance applicant's or participant's
eligibility for or level of assistance is
uncertain and needs to be verified. The
owner (or mortgagee) shall then confirm the
assistance applicant's or participant's income
information by checking the accuracy of the
information with the employer or other
income source, or directly with the family.
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(6) Nondisclosure of Income information.
Neither HUD nor the PHA may disclose
income information obtained from a SWICA
directly to an owner (unless a PHA is the
owner). Disclosure of income information
obtained from the SSA or IRS is restricted
under 26 U.S.C. Sec. 6103(l)(7) and 42
U.S.C. 3544.
(c) Opportunity to contest. HUD, the
PHA, or the owner (or mortgagee, as
applicable) shall promptly notify any
assistance applicant or participant in writing
of any adverse findings made on the basis of
the information verified in accordance with
paragraph (b) of this section. The assistance
applicant or participant may contest the
findings in the same manner as applies to
other information and findings relating to
eligibility factors under the applicable
program. Termination, denial, suspension, or
reduction of assistance shall be carried out
in accordance with requirements and
procedures applicable to the individual
covered program, and shall not occur until
the expiration of any notice period provided
by the statute or regulations governing the
program.
{61 FR 11113, Mar. 18, 1996, as
amended at 65 FR 16715, Mar. 29, 2000}
Sec. 5.238 Criminal and civil
penalties.
Persons who violate the provisions of 42
U.S.C. 3544 or 26 U.S.C. 6103(l)(7) with
respect to the use and disclosure of income
information may be subject to civil or
criminal penalties under 42 U.S.C.
3544(c)(3), 26 U.S.C. 7213(a), or 18 U.S.C.
1905.
Sec. 5.240 Family disclosure of
income information to the
responsible entity and
verification.
(a) This section applies to families that
reside in dwelling units with assistance
under the public housing program, the
Section 8 tenant- based assistance programs,
or for which project-based assistance is
provided under the Section 8, Section 202,
or Section 811 program.
(b) The family must promptly furnish to
the responsible entity any letter or other
notice by HUD to a member of the family
that provides information concerning the
amount or verification of family income.
(c) The responsible entity must verify the
accuracy of the income information received
from the family, and change the amount of
the total tenant payment, tenant rent or
Section 8 housing assistance payment, or
terminate assistance, as appropriate, based
on such information.
{65 FR 16715, Mar. 29, 2000}
Subpart C--Pet Ownership for
the Elderly or Persons With
Disabilities
Sec. 5.300 Purpose.
Authority: 42 U.S.C. 1701r-1 and
3535(d).
General Requirements
(a) This subpart implements section 227
of the Housing and Urban- Rural Recovery
Act of 1983 (12 U.S.C. 1701r-1) as it
pertains to projects for the elderly or persons
with disabilities under:
(1) The housing programs administered
by the Assistant Secretary for Housing-
Federal Housing Commissioner;
(2) Projects assisted under the programs
contained in chapter VIII of this title 24; and
(3) The public housing program.
(b) [Reserved]
{61 FR 5202, Feb. 9, 1996, as amended
at 65 FR 16715, Mar. 29, 2000}
Sec. 5.303 Exclusion for
animals that assist persons
with disabilities.
(a) This subpart C does not apply to
animals that are used to assist persons with
disabilities. Project owners and PHAs may
not apply or enforce any pet rules developed
under this subpart against individuals with
animals that are used to assist persons with
disabilities. This exclusion applies to
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animals that reside in projects for the elderly
or persons with disabilities, as well as to
animals that visit these projects.
(1) A project owner may require resident
animals to qualify for this exclusion. Project
owners must grant this exclusion if:
(i) The tenant or prospective tenant
certifies in writing that the tenant or a
member of his or her family is a person with
a disability;
(ii) The animal has been trained to assist
persons with that specific disability; and
(iii) The animal actually assists the person
with a disability.
(2) [Reserved]
(b) Nothing in this subpart C:
(1) Limits or impairs the rights of persons
with disabilities;
(2) Authorizes project owners or PHAs to
limit or impair the rights of persons with
disabilities; or
(3) Affects any authority that project
owners or PHAs may have to regulate
animals that assist persons with disabilities,
under Federal, State, or local law.
Sec. 5.306 Definitions.
Common household pet means:
(1) For purposes of Housing programs: A
domesticated animal, such as a dog, cat,
bird, rodent (including a rabbit), fish, or
turtle, that is traditionally kept in the home
for pleasure rather than for commercial
purposes. Common household pet does not
include reptiles (except turtles). If this
definition conflicts with any applicable State
or local law or regulation defining the pets
that may be owned or kept in dwelling
accommodations, the State or local law or
regulation shall apply. This definition shall
not include animals that are used to assist
persons with disabilities.
(2) For purposes of Public Housing
programs: PHAs may define the term
``common household pet'' under Sec. 5.318.
Elderly or disabled family means:
(1) For purposes of Housing programs:
An elderly person, a person with a disability,
or an elderly or disabled family for purposes
of the program under which a project for the
elderly or persons with disabilities is
assisted or has its mortgage insured.
(2) For purposes of Public Housing
programs: (i) An elderly person, a person
with a disability, or an elderly or disabled
family as defined in Sec. 5.403 in subpart A
of this part.
(ii) [Reserved]
Housing programs means:
(1) The housing programs administered
by the Assistant Secretary for Housing-
Federal Housing Commissioner; and
(2) The programs contained in chapter
VIII of this title 24 that assist rental projects
that meet the definition of project for the
elderly or persons with disabilities in this
subpart C.
Project for the elderly or persons with
disabilities means:
(1) For purposes of Housing programs: (i)
A specific rental or cooperative multifamily
property that, unless currently owned by
HUD, is subject to a first mortgage, and:
(A) That is assisted under statutory
authority identified by HUD through notice;
(B) That was designated for occupancy by
elderly or disabled families when funds for
the project were reserved, or when the
commitment to insure the mortgage was
issued or, of not then so designated, that is
designated for such occupancy in an
effective amendment to the regulatory
agreement covering the project, made
pursuant to the project owner's request, and
that is assisted or insured under one of the
programs identified by HUD through notice;
or
(C) For which preference in tenant
selection is given for all units in the project
to elderly or disabled families and that is
owned by HUD or assisted under one of the
programs identified by HUD through notice.
(ii) This term does not include health and
care facilities that have mortgage insurance
under the National Housing Act. This term
also does not include any of the project
owner's other property that does not meet
the criteria contained in any one of
paragraphs (1)(i)(A) through (C) of this
definition, even if the property is adjacent to
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or under joint or common management with
such specific property.
(2) For purposes of Public Housing
programs: Any project assisted under title I
of the United States Housing Act of 1937
(other than under section 8 or 17 of the Act),
including any building within a mixed-use
project, that was designated for occupancy
by the elderly or persons with disabilities at
its inception or, although not so designated,
for which the PHA gives preference in
tenant selection (with HUD approval) for all
units in the project (or for a building within
a mixed-use project) to elderly or disabled
families. For purposes of this part, this term
does not include projects assisted the Low-
Rent Housing Homeownership Opportunity
program or under title II of the United States
Housing Act of 1937.
Project owner means an owner (including
HUD, where HUD is the owner) or manager
of a project for the elderly or persons with
disabilities, or an agent authorized to act for
an owner or manager of such housing.
Public Housing Agency (PHA) is defined
in Sec. 5.100.
{61 FR 5202, Feb. 9, 1996, as amended
at 65 FR 16715, Mar. 29, 2000}
Sec. 5.309 Prohibition against
discrimination.
Except as otherwise specifically
authorized under this subpart no project
owner or PHA that owns or manages a
project for the elderly or persons with
disabilities may:
(a) As a condition of tenancy or
otherwise, prohibit or prevent any tenant of
such housing from owning common
household pets or having such pets living in
the tenant's dwelling unit; or
(b) Restrict or discriminate against any
person in connection with admission to, or
continued occupancy of, such housing by
reason of the person's ownership of common
household pets or the presence of such pets
in the person's dwelling unit.
Sec. 5.312 Notice to tenants.
(a) During the development of pet rules as
described in Secs. 5.353 or 5.380, the
project owner or PHA shall serve written
notice on all tenants of projects for the
elderly or persons with disabilities in
occupancy at the time of service, stating
that:
(1) Tenants are permitted to own and keep
common household pets in their dwelling
units, in accordance with the pet rules (if
any) promulgated under this subpart C;
(2) Animals that are used to assist persons
with disabilities are excluded from the
requirements of this subpart C, as provided
in Sec. 5.303;
(3) Tenants may, at any time, request a
copy of any current pet rule developed under
this subpart C (as well as any current
proposed rule or proposed amendment to an
existing rule); and
(4) Tenants may request that their leases
be amended under Sec. 5.321 to permit
common household pets.
(b) The project owner or PHA shall
provide to each applicant for tenancy when
he or she is offered a dwelling unit in a
project for the elderly or persons with
disabilities, the written notice specified in
paragraphs (a) (1), (2), and (3) of this
section.
(c) If a PHA chooses not to promulgate
pet rules, the notice shall be served within
60 days of the effective date of this part.
PHAs shall serve notice under this section in
accordance with their normal service of
notice procedures.
Sec. 5.315 Content of pet rules:
General requirements.
(a) Housing programs. The project owner
shall prescribe reasonable rules to govern
the keeping of common household pets. The
pet rules must include the mandatory rules
described in Sec. 5.350 and may, unless
otherwise noted in this subpart C, include
other discretionary provisions as provided in
Sec. 5.318.
(b) Public Housing programs. (1) PHAs
may choose not to promulgate rules
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governing the keeping of common
household pets or may include rules as
provided in Sec. 5.318. PHAs may elect to
include provisions based on those in Sec.
5.350. If they so choose, the PHAs may
modify the provisions in Sec. 5.350 in any
manner consistent with this subpart C.
(2) If PHAs choose to promulgate pet
rules, tenants must be permitted to own and
keep pets in their units in accordance with
the terms and conditions of their leases, the
provisions of this subpart C, and any
applicable State or local law or regulation
governing the owning or keeping of pets in
dwelling accommodations.
(3) PHAs that choose not to promulgate
pet rules, shall not impose, by lease
modification or otherwise, any requirement
that is inconsistent with the provisions of
this subpart C.
(c) Use of discretion. (1) This subpart C
does not define with specificity the limits of
the project owners' or PHAs' discretion to
promulgate pet rules. Where a project owner
or PHA has discretion to prescribe pet rules
under this subpart C, the pet rules should be:
(i) Reasonably related to furthering a
legitimate interest of the project owner or
PHA, such as the owner's or PHA's interest
in providing a decent, safe, and sanitary
living environment for existing and
prospective tenants and in protecting and
preserving the physical condition of the
project and the owner's or PHA's financial
interest in it; and
(ii) Drawn narrowly to achieve the
owner's or PHA's legitimate interests,
without imposing unnecessary burdens and
restrictions on pet owners and prospective
pet owners.
(2) Where a project owner or PHA has
discretion to prescribe pet rules under this
subpart C, the owner or PHA may vary the
rules' content among projects and within
individual projects, based on factors such as
the size, type, location, and occupancy of the
project or its units, provided that the
applicable rules are reasonable and do not
conflict with any applicable State or local
law or regulation governing the owning or
keeping of pets in dwelling
accommodations.
(d) Conflict with State or local law. The
pet rules adopted by the project owner or
PHA shall not conflict with applicable State
or local law or regulations. If such a conflict
may exist, the State and local law or
regulations shall apply.
318 Discretionary pet rules.
Pet rules promulgated by project owners
and PHAs may include, but are not limited
to, consideration of the following factors:
(a) Definitions of ``common household
pet''--(1) For Public Housing programs. The
pet rules established by a PHA may contain
a reasonable definition of a common
household pet.
(2) For Housing programs. Project owners
wishing to define ``common household pet''
in their pet rules must use the Housing
programs definition of the term in Sec.
5.306.
(b) Density of tenants and pets. (1)(i) The
pet rules established under this section may
take into account tenant and pet density. The
pet rules may place reasonable limitations
on the number of common household pets
that may be allowed in each dwelling unit.
In the case of group homes, the pet rules
may place reasonable limitations on the
number of common household pets that may
be allowed in each home.
(ii) For Housing programs. Under these
rules, project owners may limit the number
of four-legged, warm-blooded pets to one
pet in each dwelling unit or group home.
(iii) Other than the limitations described
in this paragraph (b)(1), the pet rules may
not limit the total number of pets allowed in
the project.
(2) As used in paragraph (b)(1) of this
section, the term ``group home'' means:
(i) For purposes of Housing programs. A
small, communal living arrangement
designed specifically for individuals who are
chronically mentally ill, developmentally
disabled, or physically disabled who require
a planned program of continual supportive
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services or supervision (other than continual
nursing, medical or psychiatric care).
(ii) For purposes of Public Housing
programs. A dwelling or dwelling unit for
the exclusive residential use of elderly
persons or persons with disabilities who are
not capable of living completely
independently and who require a planned
program of continual supportive services or
supervision (other than continual nursing,
medical or psychiatric care).
(c) Pet size and pet type. The pet rules
may place reasonable limitations on the size,
weight, and type of common household pets
allowed in the project.
(d) Potential financial obligations of
tenants--(1) Pet deposits. The pet rules may
require tenants who own or keep pets in
their units to pay a refundable pet deposit. In
the case of project owners, this pet deposit
shall be limited to those tenants who own or
keep cats or dogs in their units. This deposit
is in addition to any other financial
obligation generally imposed on tenants of
the project. The project owner or PHA may
use the pet deposit only to pay reasonable
expenses directly attributable to the presence
of the pet in the project, including (but not
limited to) the cost of repairs and
replacements to, and fumigation of, the
tenant's dwelling unit and, for project
owners, the cost of animal care facilities
under Sec. 5.363. The project owner or PHA
shall refund the unused portion of the pet
deposit to the tenant within a reasonable
time after the tenant moves from the project
or no longer owns or keeps a pet (or a cat or
dog in the case of project owners) in the
dwelling unit.
(2) Housing programs: Maximum pet
deposit. (i) Pet deposits for the following
tenants shall not exceed an amount
periodically fixed by HUD through notice.
(A) Tenants whose rents are subsidized
(including tenants of a HUD- owned project,
whose rents were subsidized before HUD
acquired it) under one of the programs
identified by HUD through notice.
(B) Tenants who live in a project assisted
(including tenants who live in a HUD-
owned project that was assisted before HUD
acquired it) under one of the programs
identified by HUD through notice.
(C) For all other tenants of projects for the
elderly or persons with disabilities, the pet
deposit shall not exceed one month's rent at
the time the pet is brought onto the
premises.
(ii) In establishing the maximum amount
of pet deposit under paragraph (d)(2)(i) of
this section, HUD will consider factors such
as:
(A) Projected, estimated expenses directly
attributable to the presence of pets in the
project;
(B) The ability of project owners to offset
such expenses by use of security deposits or
HUD-reimbursable expenses; and
(C) The low income status of tenants of
projects for the elderly or persons with
disabilities.
(iii) For pet deposits subject to paragraph
(d)(2)(i)(A) of this section, the pet rules
shall provide for gradual accumulation of
the deposit by the pet owner through an
initial payment not to exceed $50 when the
pet is brought onto the premises, and
subsequent monthly payments not to exceed
$10 per month until the amount of the
deposit is reached.
(iv) For pet deposits subject to paragraphs
(d)(2)(i)(B) and (C) of this section, the pet
rules may provide for gradual accumulation
of the deposit by the pet owner.
(v) The project owner may (subject to the
HUD-prescribed limits) increase the amount
of the pet deposit by amending the house pet
rules in accordance with Sec. 5.353.
(A) For pet deposits subject to paragraph
(d)(2)(i)(A) of this section, the house pet
rules shall provide for gradual accumulation
of any such increase not to exceed $10 per
month for all deposit amounts that are being
accumulated.
(B) [Reserved]
(vi) Any pet deposit that is established
within the parameters set forth by paragraph
(d)(2) of this section shall be deemed
reasonable for purposes of this subpart C.
(3) Public Housing programs: Maximum
pet deposit. The maximum amount of pet
deposit that may be charged by the PHA, on
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a per dwelling unit basis, shall not exceed
the higher of the Total Tenant Payment (as
defined in 24 CFR 913.102) or such
reasonable fixed amount as the PHA may
require. The pet rules may permit gradual
accumulation of the pet deposit by the pet
owner.
(4) Housing programs: Waste removal
charge. The pet rules may permit the project
owner to impose a separate waste removal
charge of up to five dollars ($5) per
occurrence on pet owners that fail to remove
pet waste in accordance with the prescribed
pet rules. Any pet waste removal charge that
is within this five dollar ($5) limitation shall
be deemed to be a reasonable amount for the
purposes of this subpart C.
(5) The pet deposit (for Housing and
Public Housing programs) and waste
removal charge (for Housing programs) are
not part of the rent payable by the tenant.
Except as provided in paragraph (d) of this
section for Housing programs and,
paragraph (d) of this section and 24 CFR
966.4(b) for Public Housing programs,
project owners or PHAs may not prescribe
pet rules that impose additional financial
obligations on pet owners that are designed
to compensate the project owner or PHA for
costs associated with the presence of pets in
the project, including (but not limited to)
requiring pet owners:
(i) To obtain liability or other insurance to
cover damage caused by the pet;
(ii) To agree to be strictly liable for all
damages caused by the pet where this
liability is not otherwise imposed by State or
local law, or
(iii) To indemnify the project owner for
pet-related litigation and attorney's fees.
(e) Standards of pet care. The pet rules
may prescribe standards of pet care and
handling, but must be limited to those
necessary to protect the condition of the
tenant's unit and the general condition of the
project premises, or to protect the health or
safety of present tenants, project employees,
and the public. The pet rules may not require
pet owners to have any pet's vocal cords
removed. Permitted rules may:
(1) Bar pets from specified common areas
(such as lobbies, laundry rooms, and social
rooms), unless the exclusion will deny a pet
reasonable ingress and egress to the project
or building.
(2) Require the pet owner to control noise
and odor caused by a pet.
(3) Housing programs: Project owners
may also:
(i) Require pet owners to have their dogs
and cats spayed or neutered; and
(ii) Limit the length of time that a pet may
be left unattended in a dwelling unit.
(f) Pet licensing. The pet rules may
require pet owners to license their pets in
accordance with applicable State and local
laws and regulations. (Failure of the pet
rules to contain this requirement does not
relieve the pet owner of responsibility for
complying with applicable State and local
pet licensing requirements.)
(g) Public Housing programs: Designated
pet areas. (1) PHAs may designate
buildings, floors of buildings, or sections of
buildings as no-pet areas where pets
generally may not be permitted. Similarly,
the pet rules may designate buildings, floors
of buildings, or sections of buildings for
residency generally by pet-owning tenants.
The PHA may direct such initial tenant
moves as may be necessary to establish pet
and no-pet areas. The PHA may not refuse
to admit (or delay admission of) an applicant
for tenancy on the grounds that the
applicant's admission would violate a pet or
no-pet area. The PHA may adjust the pet
and no-pet areas or may direct such
additional moves as may be necessary (or
both) to accommodate such applicants for
tenancy or to meet the changing needs of
existing tenants.
(2) Project owners may not designate pet
areas in buildings in their pet rules.
(h) Pets temporarily on the premises. The
pet rules may exclude from the project pets
not owned by a tenant that are to be kept
temporarily on the project premises. For the
purposes of paragraph (h) of this section,
pets are to be kept ``temporarily'' if they are
to be kept in the tenant's dwelling
accommodations for a period of less than 14
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consecutive days and nights. HUD,
however, encourages project owners and
PHAs to permit the use of a visiting pet
program sponsored by a humane society, or
other nonprofit organization.
Sec. 5.321 Lease provisions.
(a) Lease provisions. (1) PHAs which
have established pet rules and project
owners shall ensure that the leases for all
tenants of projects for the elderly or persons
with disabilities:
(i) State that tenants are permitted to keep
common household pets in their dwelling
units (subject to the provisions of this
subpart and the pet rules);
(ii) Shall incorporate by reference the pet
rules promulgated by the project owner or
PHA;
(iii) Shall provide that the tenant agrees to
comply with these rules; and
(iv) Shall state that violation of these rules
may be grounds for removal of the pet or
termination of the pet owner's tenancy (or
both), in accordance with the provisions of
this subpart and applicable regulations and
State or local law.
(2) [Reserved]
(b) Where a PHA has not established pet
rules, the leases of all tenants of such
projects shall not contain any provisions
prohibiting the owning or keeping of
common household pets, and shall state that
owning and keeping of such pets will be
subject to the general obligations imposed
on the PHA and tenants in the lease and any
applicable State or local law or regulation
governing the owning or keeping of pets in
dwelling accommodations.
Sec. 5.324 Implementation of
lease provisions.
The lease for each tenant of a project for
the elderly or persons with disabilities who
is admitted on or after the date on which this
subpart C is implemented shall contain the
lease provisions described in Sec. 5.321 and,
if applicable, Sec. 5.360. The lease for each
tenant who occupies a unit in such a project
under lease on the date of implementation of
this part shall be amended to include the
provisions described in Sec. 5.321 and, if
applicable, Sec. 5.360:
(a) For Housing programs:
(1) Upon renewal of the lease and in
accordance with any applicable regulation;
and
(2) When a Housing program tenant
registers a common household pet under
Sec. 5.350
(b) For Public Housing programs:
(1) Upon annual reexamination of tenant
income in accordance with any applicable
regulation; and
(2) When a Public Housing program
tenant wishes to own or keep a common
household pet in his or her unit.
Sec. 5.327 Nuisance or threat
to health or safety.
Nothing in this subpart C prohibits a
project owner, PHA, or an appropriate
community authority from requiring the
removal of any pet from a project, if the
pet's conduct or condition is duly
determined to constitute, under the
provisions of State or local law, a
nuisance or a threat to the health or
safety of other occupants of the project
or of other persons in the community
where the project is located.
Pet Ownership Requirements
for Housing Programs
Sec. 5.350 Mandatory pet rules
for housing programs.
Mandatory rules. The project owner must
prescribe the following pet rules:
(a) Inoculations. The pet rules shall
require pet owners to have their pets
inoculated in accordance with State and
local laws.
(b) Sanitary standards. (1) The pet rules
shall prescribe sanitary standards to govern
the disposal of pet waste. These rules may:
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(i) Designate areas on the project
premises for pet exercise and the deposit of
pet waste;
(ii) Forbid pet owners from exercising
their pets or permitting their pets to deposit
waste on the project premises outside the
designated areas;
(iii) Require pet owners to remove and
properly dispose of all removable pet waste;
and
(iv) Require pet owners to remove pets
from the premises to permit the pet to
exercise or deposit waste, if no area in the
project is designated for such purposes.
(2) In the case of cats and other pets using
litter boxes, the pet rules may require the pet
owner to change the litter (but not more than
twice each week), may require pet owners to
separate pet waste from litter (but not more
than once each day), and may prescribe
methods for the disposal of pet waste and
used litter.
(c) Pet restraint. The pet rules shall
require that all cats and dogs be
appropriately and effectively restrained and
under the control of a responsible individual
while on the common areas of the project.
(d) Registration. (1) The pet rules shall
require pet owners to register their pets with
the project owner. The pet owner must
register the pet before it is brought onto the
project premises, and must update the
registration at least annually. The project
owner may coordinate the annual update
with the annual reexamination of tenant
income, if applicable. The registration must
include:
(i) A certificate signed by a licensed
veterinarian or a State or local authority
empowered to inoculate animals (or
designated agent of such an authority)
stating that the pet has received all
inoculations required by applicable State
and local law;
(ii) Information sufficient to identify the
pet and to demonstrate that it is a common
household pet; and
(iii) The name, address, and phone
number of one or more responsible parties
who will care for the pet if the pet owner
dies, is incapacitated, or is otherwise unable
to care for the pet.
(2) The project owner may require the pet
owner to provide additional information
necessary to ensure compliance with any
discretionary rules prescribed under Sec.
5.318, and shall require the pet owner to
sign a statement indicating that he or she has
read the pet rules and agrees to comply with
them.
(3) The pet rules shall permit the project
owner to refuse to register a pet if:
(i) The pet is not a common household
pet;
(ii) The keeping of the pet would violate
any applicable house pet rule;
(iii) The pet owner fails to provide
complete pet registration information or fails
annually to update the pet registration; or
(iv) The project owner reasonably
determines, based on the pet owner's habits
and practices, that the pet owner will be
unable to keep the pet in compliance with
the pet rules and other lease obligations. The
pet's temperament may be considered as a
factor in determining the prospective pet
owner's ability to comply with the pet rules
and other lease obligations.
(4) The project owner may not refuse to
register a pet based on a determination that
the pet owner is financially unable to care
for the pet or that the pet is inappropriate,
based on the therapeutic value to the pet
owner or the interests of the property or
existing tenants.
(5) The pet rules shall require the project
owner to notify the pet owner if the project
owner refuses to register a pet. The notice
shall state the basis for the project owner's
action and shall be served on the pet owner
in accordance with the requirements of Sec.
5.353(f)(1)(i) or (ii). The notice of refusal to
register a pet may be combined with a notice
of pet violation as required in Sec. 5.356.
Sec. 5.353 Housing programs:
Procedure for development of
pet rules.
(a) General. Project owners shall use the
procedures specified in this section to
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promulgate the pet rules referred to in Secs.
5.318 and 5.350.
(b) Development and notice of proposed
pet rules. Project owners shall develop
proposed rules to govern the owning or
keeping of common household pets in
projects for the elderly or persons with
disabilities. Notice of the proposed pet rules
shall be served on each tenant of the project
as provided in paragraph (f) of this section.
The notice shall:
(1) Include the text of the proposed rules;
(2) State that tenants or tenant
representatives may submit written
comments on the rules; and
(3) State that all comments must be
submitted to the project owner no later than
30 days from the effective date of the notice
of the proposed rules.
(4) The notice may also announce the
date, time, and place for a meeting to discuss
the proposed rules (as provided in paragraph
(c) of this section).
(c) Tenant consultation. Tenants or tenant
representatives may submit written
comments on the proposed pet rules to the
project owner by the date specified in the
notice of proposed rules. In addition, the
owner may schedule one or more meetings
with tenants during the comment period to
discuss the proposed rules. Tenants and
tenant representatives may make oral
comments on the proposed rules at these
meetings. The project owner must consider
comments made at these meetings only if
they are summarized, reduced to writing,
and submitted to the project owner before
the end of the comment period.
(d) Development and notice of final pet
rules. The project owner shall develop the
final rules after reviewing tenants' written
comments and written summaries of any
owner-tenant meetings. The project owner
may meet with tenants and tenant
representatives to attempt to resolve issues
raised by the comments. Subject to this
subpart C, the content of the final pet rules,
however, is within the sole discretion of the
project owner. The project owner shall serve
on each tenant of the project, a notice of the
final pet rules as provided in paragraph (f) of
this section. The notice must include the text
of the final pet rules and must specify the
effective date of the final pet rules.
(e) Amendment of pet rules. The project
owner may amend the pet rules at any time
by following the procedure for the
development of pet rules specified in
paragraphs (b) through (d) of this section.
(f) Service of notice. (1) The project
owner must serve the notice required under
this section by:
(i) Sending a letter by first class mail,
properly stamped and addressed to the
tenant at the dwelling unit, with a proper
return address; or
(ii) Serving a copy of the notice on any
adult answering the door at the tenant's
leased dwelling unit, or if no adult responds,
by placing the notice under or through the
door, if possible, or else by attaching the
notice to the door; or
(iii) For service of notice to tenants of a
high-rise building, posting the notice in at
least three conspicuous places within the
building and maintaining the posted notices
intact and in legible form for 30 days. For
purposes of paragraph (f) of this section, a
high-rise building is a structure that is
equipped with an elevator and has a
common lobby.
(2) For purposes of computing time
periods following service of the notice,
service is effective on the day that all notices
are delivered or mailed, or in the case of
service by posting, on the day that all
notices are initially posted.
Sec. 5.356 Housing programs:
Pet rule violation procedures.
(a) Notice of pet rule violation. If a
project owner determines on the basis of
objective facts, supported by written
statements, that a pet owner has violated a
rule governing the owning or keeping of
pets; the project owner may serve a written
notice of pet rule violation on the pet owner
in accordance with Sec. 5.353(f)(1)(i) or (ii).
The notice of pet rule violation must:
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(1) Contain a brief statement of the
factual basis for the determination and the
pet rule or rules alleged to be violated;
(2) State that the pet owner has 10 days
from the effective date of service of the
notice to correct the violation (including, in
appropriate circumstances, removal of the
pet) or to make a written request for a
meeting to discuss the violation;
(3) State that the pet owner is entitled to
be accompanied by another person of his or
her choice at the meeting; and
(4) State that the pet owner's failure to
correct the violation, to request a meeting, or
to appear at a requested meeting may result
in initiation of procedures to terminate the
pet owner's tenancy.
(b)(1) Pet rule violation meeting. If the
pet owner makes a timely request for a
meeting to discuss an alleged pet rule
violation, the project owner shall establish a
mutually agreeable time and place for the
meeting but no later than 15 days from the
effective date of service of the notice of pet
rule violation (unless the project owner
agrees to a later date). At the pet rule
violation meeting, the pet owner and project
owner shall discuss any alleged pet rule
violation and attempt to correct it. The
project owner may, as a result of the
meeting, give the pet owner additional time
to correct the violation.
(2) Notice for pet removal. If the pet
owner and project owner are unable to
resolve the pet rule violation at the pet rule
violation meeting, or if the project owner
determines that the pet owner has failed to
correct the pet rule violation within any
additional time provided for this purpose
under paragraph (b)(1) of this section, the
project owner may serve a written notice on
the pet owner in accordance with Sec.
5.353(f)(1) (i) or (ii) (or at the meeting, if
appropriate), requiring the pet owner to
remove the pet. The notice must:
(i) Contain a brief statement of the factual
basis for the determination and the pet rule
or rules that have been violated;
(ii) State that the pet owner must remove
the pet within 10 days of the effective date
of service of the notice of pet removal (or
the meeting, if notice is served at the
meeting); and
(iii) State that failure to remove the pet
may result in initiation of procedures to
terminate the pet owner's tenancy.
(c) Initiation of procedures to remove a
pet or terminate the pet owner's tenancy. (1)
The project owner may not initiate
procedures to terminate a pet owner's
tenancy based on a pet rule violation, unless:
(i) The pet owner has failed to remove the
pet or correct a pet rule violation within the
applicable time period specified in this
section (including any additional time
permitted by the owner); and
(ii) The pet rule violation is sufficient to
begin procedures to terminate the pet
owner's tenancy under the terms of the lease
and applicable regulations.
(2) The project owner may initiate
procedures to remove a pet under Sec. 5.327
at any time, in accordance with the
provisions of applicable State or local law.
Sec. 5.359 Housing programs:
Rejection of units by applicants
for tenancy.
(a) An applicant for tenancy in a project
for the elderly or persons with disabilities
may reject a unit offered by a project owner
if the unit is in close proximity to a dwelling
unit in which an existing tenant of the
project owns or keeps a common household
pet. An applicant's rejection of a unit under
this section shall not adversely affect his or
her application for tenancy in the project,
including (but not limited to) his or her
position on the project waiting list or
qualification for any tenant selection
preference.
(b) Nothing in this subpart C imposes a
duty on project owners to provide alternate
dwelling units to existing or prospective
tenants because of the proximity of common
household pets to a particular unit or the
presence of such pets in the project.
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Sec. 5.360 Housing programs:
Additional lease provisions.
(a) Inspections. In addition to other
inspections permitted under the lease, the
leases for all Housing program tenants of
projects for the elderly or persons with
disabilities may state that the project owner
may, after reasonable notice to the tenant
and during reasonable hours, enter and
inspect the premises. The lease shall permit
entry and inspection only if the project
owner has received a signed, written
complaint alleging (or the project owner has
reasonable grounds to believe) that the
conduct or condition of a pet in the dwelling
unit constitutes, under applicable State or
local law, a nuisance or a threat to the health
or safety of the occupants of the project or
other persons in the community where the
project is located.
(b) Emergencies. (1) If there is no State or
local authority (or designated agent of such
an authority) authorized under applicable
State or local law to remove a pet that
becomes vicious, displays symptoms of
severe illness, or demonstrates other
behavior that constitutes an immediate threat
to the health or safety of the tenancy as a
whole, the project owner may place a
provision in tenant leases permitting the
project owner to enter the premises (if
necessary), remove the pet, and take such
action with respect to the pet as may be
permissible under State and local law, which
may include placing it in a facility that will
provide care and shelter for a period not to
exceed 30 days.
(2) The lease shall permit the project
owner to enter the premises and remove the
pet or take such other permissible action
only if the project owner requests the pet
owner to remove the pet from the project
immediately, and the pet owner refuses to do
so, or if the project owner is unable to
contact the pet owner to make a removal
request. The lease may not contain a
provision relieving the project owner from
liability for wrongful removal of a pet. The
cost of the animal care facility shall be paid
as provided in Sec. 5.363.
(3) The project owner may place a
provision in tenant leases permitting the
project owner to enter the premises, remove
the pet, and place the pet in a facility that
will provide care and shelter, in accordance
with the provisions of Sec. 5.363. The lease
may not contain a provision relieving the
project owner from liability for wrongful
removal of a pet.
Sec. 5.363 Housing programs:
Protection of the pet.
(a) If the health or safety of a pet is
threatened by the death or incapacity of the
pet owner, or by other factors that render the
pet owner unable to care for the pet, the
project owner may contact the responsible
party or parties listed in the pet registration
required under Sec. 5.350(d)(1)(iii).
(b) If the responsible party or parties are
unwilling or unable to care for the pet, or the
project owner, despite reasonable efforts,
has been unable to contact the responsible
party or parties, the project owner may
contact the appropriate State or local
authority (or designated agent of such an
authority) and request the removal of the
pet.
(c) If there is no State or local authority
(or designated agent of such an authority)
authorized to remove a pet under these
circumstances and the project owner has
placed a provision in the lease agreement (as
described in Sec. 5.360(c)(2)), the project
owner may enter the pet owner's unit,
remove the pet, and place the pet in a facility
that will provide care and shelter until the
pet owner or a representative of the pet
owner is able to assume responsibility for
the pet, but not longer than 30 days.
(d) The cost of the animal care facility
provided under this section shall be borne by
the pet owner. If the pet owner (or the pet
owner's estate) is unable or unwilling to pay,
the cost of the animal care facility may be
paid from the pet deposit, if imposed under
the pet rules.
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Pet Ownership Requirements
for Public Housing Programs
Sec. 5.380 Public housing
programs: Procedure for
development of pet rules.
PHAs that choose to promulgate pet rules
shall consult with tenants of projects for the
elderly or persons with disabilities
administered by them with respect to their
promulgation and subsequent amendment.
PHAs shall develop the specific procedures
governing tenant consultation, but these
procedures must be designed to give tenants
(or, if appropriate, tenant councils) adequate
opportunity to review and comment upon
the pet rules before they are issued for
effect. PHAs are solely responsible for the
content of final pet rules, but must give
consideration to tenant comments. PHAs
shall send to the responsible HUD field
office, copies of the final (or amended) pet
rules, as well as summaries or copies of all
tenant comments received in the course of
the tenant consultation.
Subpart D--Definitions for
Section 8 and Public Housing
Assistance Under the United
States Housing Act of 1937
Sec. 5.400 Applicability.
Authority: 42 U.S.C. 1437a and 3535(d).
Source: 61 FR 5665, Feb. 13, 1996,
unless otherwise noted.
This part applies to public housing and
Section 8 programs.
{61 FR 5665, Feb. 13, 1996, as amended
at 65 FR 16715, Mar. 29. 2000}
Sec. 5.403 Definitions.
Annual contributions contract (ACC)
means the written contract between HUD
and a PHA under which HUD agrees to
provide funding for a program under the
1937 Act, and the PHA agrees to comply
with HUD requirements for the program.
Applicant means a person or a family that
has applied for housing assistance.
Disabled family means a family whose
head, spouse, or sole member is a person
with disabilities. It may include two or more
persons with disabilities living together, or
one or more persons with disabilities living
with one or more live-in aides.
Displaced family means a family in which
each member, or whose sole member, is a
person displaced by governmental action, or
a person whose dwelling has been
extensively damaged or destroyed as a result
of a disaster declared or otherwise formally
recognized pursuant to Federal disaster
relief laws.
Elderly family means a family whose
head, spouse, or sole member is a person
who is at least 62 years of age. It may
include two or more persons who are at least
62 years of age living together, or one or
more persons who are at least 62 years of
age living with one or more live-in aides.
Family includes but is not limited to:
(1) A family with or without children (the
temporary absence of a child from the home
due to placement in foster care shall not be
considered in determining family
composition and family size);
(2) An elderly family;
(3) A near-elderly family;
(4) A disabled family;
(5) A displaced family;
(6) The remaining member of a tenant
family; and
(7) A single person who is not an elderly
or displaced person, or a person with
disabilities, or the remaining member of a
tenant family.
Live-in aide means a person who resides
with one or more elderly persons, or near-
elderly persons, or persons with disabilities,
and who:
(1) Is determined to be essential to the
care and well-being of the persons;
(2) Is not obligated for the support of the
persons; and
(3) Would not be living in the unit except
to provide the necessary supportive services.
Near-elderly family means a family
whose head, spouse, or sole member is a
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person who is at least 50 years of age but
below the age of 62; or two or more persons,
who are at least 50 years of age but below
the age of 62, living together; or one or more
persons who are at least 50 years of age but
below the age of 62 living with one or more
live-in aides.
Person with disabilities:
(1) Means a person who:
(i) Has a disability, as defined in 42
U.S.C. 423;
(ii) Is determined, pursuant to HUD
regulations, to have a physical, mental, or
emotional impairment that:
(A) Is expected to be of long-continued
and indefinite duration;
(B) Substantially impedes his or her
ability to live independently, and
(C) Is of such a nature that the ability to
live independently could be improved by
more suitable housing conditions; or
(iii) Has a developmental disability as
defined in 42 U.S.C. 6001.
(2) Does not exclude persons who have
the disease of acquired immunodeficiency
syndrome or any conditions arising from the
etiologic agent for acquired
immunodeficiency syndrome;
(3) For purposes of qualifying for low-
income housing, does not include a person
whose disability is based solely on any drug
or alcohol dependence; and
(4) Means ``individual with handicaps'',
as defined in Sec. 8.3 of this title, for
purposes of reasonable accommodation and
program accessibility for persons with
disabilities.
{61 FR 5665, Feb. 13, 1996, as amended
at 63 FR 23853, Apr. 30, 1998; 65 FR
16715, Mar. 29, 2000}
Subpart E--Restrictions on
Assistance to Noncitizens
Sec. 5.500 Applicability.
Authority: 42 U.S.C. 1436a and 3535(d).
(a) Covered programs/assistance. This
subpart E implements Section 214 of the
Housing and Community Development Act
of 1980, as amended (42 U.S.C. 1436a).
Section 214 prohibits HUD from making
financial assistance available to persons who
are not in eligible status with respect to
citizenship or noncitizen immigration status.
This subpart E is applicable to financial
assistance provided under:
(1) Section 235 of the National Housing
Act (12 U.S.C. 1715z) (the Section 235
Program);
(2) Section 236 of the National Housing
Act (12 U.S.C. 1715z-1) (tenants paying
below market rent only) (the Section 236
Program);
(3) Section 101 of the Housing and Urban
Development Act of 1965 (12 U.S.C. 1701s)
(the Rent Supplement Program); and
(4) The United States Housing Act of
1937 (42 U.S. C. 1437 et seq.) which covers:
(i) HUD's Public Housing Programs;
(ii) The Section 8 Housing Assistance
Programs; and
(iii) The Housing Development Grant
Programs (with respect to low income units
only).
(b) Covered individuals and entities--(1)
Covered individuals/ persons and families.
The provisions of this subpart E apply to
both applicants for assistance and persons
already receiving assistance covered under
this subpart E.
(2) Covered entities. The provisions of
this subpart E apply to Public Housing
Agencies (PHAs), project (or housing)
owners, and mortgagees under the Section
235 Program. The term ``responsible entity''
is used in this subpart E to refer collectively
to these entities, and is further defined in
Sec. 5.504.
Sec. 5.502 Requirements
concerning documents.
For any notice or document (decision,
declaration, consent form, etc.) that this
subpart E requires the responsible entity to
provide to an individual, or requires the
responsible entity to obtain the signature of
an individual, the responsible entity, where
feasible, must arrange for the notice or
document to be provided to the individual in
a language that is understood by the
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individual if the individual is not proficient
in English. (See 24 CFR 8.6 of HUD's
regulations for requirements concerning
communications with persons with
disabilities.)
Sec. 5.504 Definitions.
(a) The definitions 1937 Act, HUD,
Public Housing Agency (PHA), and Section
8 are defined in subpart A of this part.
(b) As used in this subpart E:
Child means a member of the family other
than the family head or spouse who is under
18 years of age.
Citizen means a citizen or national of the
United States.
Evidence of citizenship or eligible status
means the documents which must be
submitted to evidence citizenship or eligible
immigration status. (See Sec. 5.508(b).)
Family has the same meaning as provided
in the program regulations of the relevant
Section 214 covered program.
Head of household means the adult
member of the family who is the head of the
household for purposes of determining
income eligibility and rent.
Housing covered programs means the
following programs administered by the
Assistant Secretary for Housing:
(1) Section 235 of the National Housing
Act (12 U.S.C. 1715z) (the Section 235
Program);
(2) Section 236 of the National Housing
Act (12 U.S.C. 1715z-1) (tenants paying
below market rent only) (the Section 236
Program); and
(3) Section 101 of the Housing and Urban
Development Act of 1965 (12 U.S.C. 1701s)
(the Rent Supplement Program).
INS means the U.S. Immigration and
Naturalization Service.
Mixed family means a family whose
members include those with citizenship or
eligible immigration status, and those
without citizenship or eligible immigration
status.
National means a person who owes
permanent allegiance to the United States,
for example, as a result of birth in a United
States territory or possession.
Noncitizen means a person who is neither
a citizen nor national of the United States.
Project owner means the person or entity
that owns the housing project containing the
assisted dwelling unit.
Public Housing covered programs means
the public housing programs administered
by the Assistant Secretary for Public and
Indian Housing under title I of the 1937 Act.
This definition does not encompass HUD's
Indian Housing programs administered
under title II of the 1937 Act. Further, this
term does not include those programs
providing assistance under section 8 of the
1937 Act. (See definition of ``Section 8
Covered Programs'' in this section.)
Responsible entity means the person or
entity responsible for administering the
restrictions on providing assistance to
noncitizens with ineligible immigrations
status. The entity responsible for
administering the restrictions on providing
assistance to noncitizens with ineligible
immigration status under the various
covered programs is as follows:
(1) For the Section 235 Program, the
mortgagee.
(2) For Public Housing, the Section 8
Rental Certificate, the Section 8 Rental
Voucher, and the Section 8 Moderate
Rehabilitation programs, the PHA
administering the program under an ACC
with HUD.
(3) For all other Section 8 programs, the
Section 236 Program, and the Rent
Supplement Program, the owner.
Section 8 covered programs means all
HUD programs which assist housing under
Section 8 of the 1937 Act, including Section
8-assisted housing for which loans are made
under section 202 of the Housing Act of
1959.
Section 214 means section 214 of the
Housing and Community Development Act
of 1980, as amended (42 U.S.C. 1436a).
Section 214 covered programs is the
collective term for the HUD programs to
which the restrictions imposed by Section
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214 apply. These programs are set forth in
Sec. 5.500.
Tenant means an individual or a family
renting or occupying an assisted dwelling
unit. For purposes of this subpart E, the term
tenant will also be used to include a
homebuyer, where appropriate.
Sec. 5.506 General provisions.
(a) Restrictions on assistance. Financial
assistance under a Section 214 covered
program is restricted to:
(1) Citizens; or
(2) Noncitizens who have eligible
immigration status under one of the
categories set forth in Section 214 (see 42
U.S.C. 1436a(a)).
(b) Family eligibility for assistance. (1) A
family shall not be eligible for assistance
unless every member of the family residing
in the unit is determined to have eligible
status, as described in paragraph (a) of this
section, or unless the family meets the
conditions set forth in paragraph (b)(2) of
this section.
(2) Despite the ineligibility of one or
more family members, a mixed family may
be eligible for one of the three types of
assistance provided in Secs. 5.516 and
5.518. A family without any eligible
members and receiving assistance on June
19, 1995 may be eligible for temporary
deferral of termination of assistance as
provided in Secs. 5.516 and 5.518.
(c) Preferences. Citizens of the Republic
of Marshall Islands, the Federated States of
Micronesia, and the Republic of Palau who
are eligible for assistance under paragraph
(a)(2) of this section are entitled to receive
local preferences for housing assistance,
except that, within Guam, such citizens who
have such local preference will not be
entitled to housing assistance in preference
to any United States citizen or national
resident therein who is otherwise eligible for
such assistance.
{61 FR 5202, Feb. 9, 1996, as amended
at 67 FR 65273, Oct. 23, 2002}
Sec. 5.508 Submission of
evidence of citizenship or
eligible immigration status.
(a) General. Eligibility for assistance or
continued assistance under a Section 214
covered program is contingent upon a
family's submission to the responsible entity
of the documents described in paragraph (b)
of this section for each family member. If
one or more family members do not have
citizenship or eligible immigration status,
the family members may exercise the
election not to contend to have eligible
immigration status as provided in paragraph
(e) of this section, and the provisions of
Secs. 5.516 and 5.518 shall apply.
(b) Evidence of citizenship or eligible
immigration status. Each family member,
regardless of age, must submit the following
evidence to the responsible entity.
(1) For U.S. citizens or U.S. nationals, the
evidence consists of a signed declaration of
U.S. citizenship or U.S. nationality. The
responsible entity may request verification
of the declaration by requiring presentation
of a United States passport or other
appropriate documentation, as specified in
HUD guidance.
(2) For noncitizens who are 62 years of
age or older or who will be 62 years of age
or older and receiving assistance under a
Section 214 covered program on September
30, 1996 or applying for assistance on or
after that date, the evidence consists of:
(i) A signed declaration of eligible
immigration status; and
(ii) Proof of age document.
(3) For all other noncitizens, the evidence
consists of:
(i) A signed declaration of eligible
immigration status;
(ii) One of the INS documents referred to
in Sec. 5.510; and
(iii) A signed verification consent form.
(c) Declaration. (1) For each family
member who contends that he or she is a
U.S. citizen or a noncitizen with eligible
immigration status, the family must submit
to the responsible entity a written
declaration, signed under penalty of perjury,
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by which the family member declares
whether he or she is a U.S. citizen or a
noncitizen with eligible immigration status.
(i) For each adult, the declaration must be
signed by the adult.
(ii) For each child, the declaration must be
signed by an adult residing in the assisted
dwelling unit who is responsible for the
child.
(2) For Housing covered programs: The
written declaration may be incorporated as
part of the application for housing assistance
or may constitute a separate document.
(d) Verification consent form--(1) Who
signs. Each noncitizen who declares eligible
immigration status (except certain
noncitizens who are 62 years of age or older
as described in paragraph (b)(2) of this
section) must sign a verification consent
form as follows.
(i) For each adult, the form must be
signed by the adult.
(ii) For each child, the form must be
signed by an adult residing in the assisted
dwelling unit who is responsible for the
child.
(2) Notice of release of evidence by
responsible entity. The verification consent
form shall provide that evidence of eligible
immigration status may be released by the
responsible entity without responsibility for
the further use or transmission of the
evidence by the entity receiving it, to:
(i) HUD, as required by HUD; and
(ii) The INS for purposes of verification
of the immigration status of the individual.
(3) Notice of release of evidence by HUD.
The verification consent form also shall
notify the individual of the possible release
of evidence of eligible immigration status by
HUD. Evidence of eligible immigration
status shall only be released to the INS for
purposes of establishing eligibility for
financial assistance and not for any other
purpose. HUD is not responsible for the
further use or transmission of the evidence
or other information by the INS.
(e) Individuals who do not contend that
they have eligible status. If one or more
members of a family elect not to contend
that they have eligible immigration status,
and other members of the family establish
their citizenship or eligible immigration
status, the family may be eligible for
assistance under Secs. 5.516 and 5.518, or
Sec. 5.520, despite the fact that no
declaration or documentation of eligible
status is submitted for one or more members
of the family. The family, however, must
identify in writing to the responsible entity,
the family member (or members) who will
elect not to contend that he or she has
eligible immigration status.
(f) Notification of requirements of Section
214--(1) When notice is to be issued.
Notification of the requirement to submit
evidence of citizenship or eligible
immigration status, as required by this
section, or to elect not to contend that one
has eligible status as provided by paragraph
(e) of this section, shall be given by the
responsible entity as follows:
(i) Applicant's notice. The notification
described in paragraph (f)(1) of this section
shall be given to each applicant at the time
of application for assistance. Applicants
whose applications are pending on June 19,
1995, shall be notified of the requirement to
submit evidence of eligible status as soon as
possible after June 19, 1995.
(ii) Notice to tenants. The notification
described in paragraph (f)(1) of this section
shall be given to each tenant at the time of,
and together with, the responsible entity's
notice of regular reexamination of income,
but not later than one year following June
19, 1995.
(iii) Timing of mortgagor's notice. A
mortgagor receiving Section 235 assistance
must be provided the notification described
in paragraph (f)(1) of this section and any
additional requirements imposed under the
Section 235 Program.
(2) Form and content of notice. The notice
shall:
(i) State that financial assistance is
contingent upon the submission and
verification, as appropriate, of evidence of
citizenship or eligible immigration status as
required by paragraph (a) of this section;
(ii) Describe the type of evidence that
must be submitted, and state the time period
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in which that evidence must be submitted
(see paragraph (g) of this section concerning
when evidence must be submitted); and
(iii) State that assistance will be prorated,
denied or terminated, as appropriate, upon a
final determination of ineligibility after all
appeals have been exhausted (see Sec. 5.514
concerning INS appeal, and informal
hearing process) or, if appeals are not
pursued, at a time to be specified in
accordance with HUD requirements.
Tenants also shall be informed of how to
obtain assistance under the preservation of
families provisions of Secs. 5.516 and 5.518.
(g) When evidence of eligible status is
required to be submitted. The responsible
entity shall require evidence of eligible
status to be submitted at the times specified
in paragraph (g) of this section, subject to
any extension granted in accordance with
paragraph (h) of this section.
(1) Applicants. For applicants, responsible
entities must ensure that evidence of eligible
status is submitted not later than the date the
responsible entity anticipates or has
knowledge that verification of other aspects
of eligibility for assistance will occur (see
Sec. 5.512(a)).
(2) Tenants. For tenants, evidence of
eligible status is required to be submitted as
follows:
(i) For financial assistance under a
Section 214 covered program, with the
exception of Section 235 assistance
payments, the required evidence shall be
submitted at the first regular reexamination
after June 19, 1995, in accordance with
program requirements.
(ii) For financial assistance in the form of
Section 235 assistance payments, the
mortgagor shall submit the required
evidence in accordance with requirements
imposed under the Section 235 Program.
(3) New occupants of assisted units. For
any new occupant of an assisted unit (e.g., a
new family member comes to reside in the
assisted unit), the required evidence shall be
submitted at the first interim or regular
reexamination following the person's
occupancy.
(4) Changing participation in a HUD
program. Whenever a family applies for
admission to a Section 214 covered
program, evidence of eligible status is
required to be submitted in accordance with
the requirements of this subpart unless the
family already has submitted the evidence to
the responsible entity for a Section 214
covered program.
(5) One-time evidence requirement for
continuous occupancy. For each family
member, the family is required to submit
evidence of eligible status only one time
during continuously assisted occupancy
under any Section 214 covered program.
(h) Extensions of time to submit evidence
of eligible status--(1) When extension must
be granted. The responsible entity shall
extend the time, provided in paragraph (g) of
this section, to submit evidence of eligible
immigration status if the family member:
(i) Submits the declaration required under
Sec. 5.508(a) certifying that any person for
whom required evidence has not been
submitted is a noncitizen with eligible
immigration status; and
(ii) Certifies that the evidence needed to
support a claim of eligible immigration
status is temporarily unavailable, additional
time is needed to obtain and submit the
evidence, and prompt and diligent efforts
will be undertaken to obtain the evidence.
(2) Thirty-day extension period. Any
extension of time, if granted, shall not
exceed thirty (30) days. The additional time
provided should be sufficient to allow the
individual the time to obtain the evidence
needed. The responsible entity's
determination of the length of the extension
needed shall be based on the circumstances
of the individual case.
(3) Grant or denial of extension to be in
writing. The responsible entity's decision to
grant or deny an extension as provided in
paragraph (h)(1) of this section shall be
issued to the family by written notice. If the
extension is granted, the notice shall specify
the extension period granted (which shall
not exceed thirty (30) days). If the extension
is denied, the notice shall explain the
reasons for denial of the extension.
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(i) Failure to submit evidence or to
establish eligible status. If the family fails to
submit required evidence of eligible
immigration status within the time period
specified in the notice, or any extension
granted in accordance with paragraph (h) of
this section, or if the evidence is timely
submitted but fails to establish eligible
immigration status, the responsible entity
shall proceed to deny, prorate or terminate
assistance, or provide continued assistance
or temporary deferral of termination of
assistance, as appropriate, in accordance
with the provisions of Secs. 5.514, 5.516,
and 5.518.
(ii) [Reserved]
{61 FR 13616, Mar. 27, 1996, as
amended at 61 FR 60538, Nov. 29, 1996; 64
FR 25731, May 12, 1999}
Sec. 5.510 Documents of
eligible immigration status.
(a) General. A responsible entity shall
request and review original documents of
eligible immigration status. The responsible
entity shall retain photocopies of the
documents for its own records and return the
original documents to the family.
(b) Acceptable evidence of eligible
immigration status. Acceptable evidence of
eligible immigration status shall be the
original of a document designated by INS as
acceptable evidence of immigration status in
one of the six categories mentioned in Sec.
5.506(a) for the specific immigration status
claimed by the individual.
{61 FR 13616, Mar. 27, 1996, as
amended at 61 FR 60539, Nov. 29, 1996; 64
FR 25731, May 12, 1999}
Sec. 5.512 Verification of
eligible immigration status.
(a) General. Except as described in
paragraph (b) of this section and Sec. 5.514,
no individual or family applying for
assistance may receive such assistance prior
to the verification of the eligibility of at least
the individual or one family member.
Verification of eligibility consistent with
Sec. 5.514 occurs when the individual or
family members have submitted
documentation to the responsible entity in
accordance with Sec. 5.508.
(b) PHA election to provide assistance
before verification. A PHA that is a
responsible entity under this subpart may
elect to provide assistance to a family before
the verification of the eligibility of the
individual or one family member.
(c) Primary verification--(1) Automated
verification system. Primary verification of
the immigration status of the person is
conducted by the responsible entity through
the INS automated system (INS Systematic
Alien Verification for Entitlements
(SAVE)). The INS SAVE system provides
access to names, file numbers and admission
numbers of noncitizens.
(2) Failure of primary verification to
confirm eligible immigration status. If the
INS SAVE system does not verify eligible
immigration status, secondary verification
must be performed.
(d) Secondary verification--(1) Manual
search of INS records. Secondary
verification is a manual search by the INS of
its records to determine an individual's
immigration status. The responsible entity
must request secondary verification, within
10 days of receiving the results of the
primary verification, if the primary
verification system does not confirm eligible
immigration status, or if the primary
verification system verifies immigration
status that is ineligible for assistance under a
Section 214 covered program.
(2) Secondary verification initiated by
responsible entity. Secondary verification is
initiated by the responsible entity
forwarding photocopies of the original INS
documents required for the immigration
status declared (front and back), attached to
the INS document verification request form
G-845S (Document Verification Request),
or such other form specified by the INS to a
designated INS office for review. (Form G-
845S is available from the local INS Office.)
(3) Failure of secondary verification to
confirm eligible immigration status. If the
secondary verification does not confirm
eligible immigration status, the responsible
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entity shall issue to the family the notice
described in Sec. 5.514(d), which includes
notification of the right to appeal to the INS
of the INS finding on immigration status
(see Sec. 5.514(d)(4)).
(e) Exemption from liability for INS
verification. The responsible entity shall not
be liable for any action, delay, or failure of
the INS in conducting the automated or
manual verification.
{61 FR 13616, Mar. 27, 1996, as
amended at 61 FR 60539, Nov. 29, 1996; 64
FR 25731, May 12, 1999}
Sec. 5.514 Delay, denial,
reduction or termination of
assistance.
(a) General. Assistance to a family may
not be delayed, denied, reduced or
terminated because of the immigration status
of a family member except as provided in
this section.
(b) Restrictions on delay, denial,
reduction or termination of assistance. (1)
Restrictions on reduction, denial or
termination of assistance for applicants and
tenants. Assistance to an applicant or tenant
shall not be delayed, denied, reduced, or
terminated, on the basis of ineligible
immigration status of a family member if:
(i) The primary and secondary
verification of any immigration documents
that were timely submitted has not been
completed;
(ii) The family member for whom
required evidence has not been submitted
has moved from the assisted dwelling unit;
(iii) The family member who is
determined not to be in an eligible
immigration status following INS
verification has moved from the assisted
dwelling unit;
(iv) The INS appeals process under Sec.
5.514(e) has not been concluded;
(v) Assistance is prorated in accordance
with Sec. 5.520; or
(vi) Assistance for a mixed family is
continued in accordance with Secs. 5.516
and 5.518; or
(vii) Deferral of termination of assistance
is granted in accordance with Secs. 5.516
and 5.518.
(2) Restrictions on delay, denial,
reduction or termination of assistance
pending fair hearing for tenants. In addition
to the factors listed in paragraph (b)(1) of
this section, assistance to a tenant cannot be
delayed, denied, reduced or terminated until
the completion of the informal hearing
described in paragraph (f) of this section.
(c) Events causing denial or termination
of assistance. (1) General. Assistance to an
applicant shall be denied, and a tenant's
assistance shall be terminated, in accordance
with the procedures of this section, upon the
occurrence of any of the following events:
(i) Evidence of citizenship (i.e., the
declaration) and eligible immigration status
is not submitted by the date specified in Sec.
5.508(g) or by the expiration of any
extension granted in accordance with Sec.
5.508(h);
(ii) Evidence of citizenship and eligible
immigration status is timely submitted, but
INS primary and secondary verification does
not verify eligible immigration status of a
family member; and
(A) The family does not pursue INS
appeal or informal hearing rights as
provided in this section; or
(B) INS appeal and informal hearing
rights are pursued, but the final appeal or
hearing decisions are decided against the
family member; or
(iii) The responsible entity determines
that a family member has knowingly
permitted another individual who is not
eligible for assistance to reside (on a
permanent basis) in the public or assisted
housing unit of the family member. Such
termination shall be for a period of not less
than 24 months. This provision does not
apply to a family if the ineligibility of the
ineligible individual was considered in
calculating any proration of assistance
provided for the family.
(2) Termination of assisted occupancy.
For termination of assisted occupancy, see
paragraph (i) of this section.
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(d) Notice of denial or termination of
assistance. The notice of denial or
termination of assistance shall advise the
family:
(1) That financial assistance will be
denied or terminated, and provide a brief
explanation of the reasons for the proposed
denial or termination of assistance;
(2) That the family may be eligible for
proration of assistance as provided under
Sec. 5.520;
(3) In the case of a tenant, the criteria and
procedures for obtaining relief under the
provisions for preservation of families in
Secs. 5.514 and 5.518;
(4) That the family has a right to request
an appeal to the INS of the results of
secondary verification of immigration status
and to submit additional documentation or a
written explanation in support of the appeal
in accordance with the procedures of
paragraph (e) of this section;
(5) That the family has a right to request
an informal hearing with the responsible
entity either upon completion of the INS
appeal or in lieu of the INS appeal as
provided in paragraph (f) of this section;
(6) For applicants, the notice shall advise
that assistance may not be delayed until the
conclusion of the INS appeal process, but
assistance may be delayed during the
pendency of the informal hearing process.
(e) Appeal to the INS. (1) Submission of
request for appeal. Upon receipt of
notification by the responsible entity that
INS secondary verification failed to confirm
eligible immigration status, the responsible
entity shall notify the family of the results of
the INS verification, and the family shall
have 30 days from the date of the
responsible entity's notification, to request
an appeal of the INS results. The request for
appeal shall be made by the family
communicating that request in writing
directly to the INS. The family must provide
the responsible entity with a copy of the
written request for appeal and proof of
mailing.
(2) Documentation to be submitted as part
of appeal to INS. The family shall forward
to the designated INS office any additional
documentation or written explanation in
support of the appeal. This material must
include a copy of the INS document
verification request form G-845S (used to
process the secondary verification request)
or such other form specified by the INS, and
a cover letter indicating that the family is
requesting an appeal of the INS immigration
status verification results.
(3) Decision by INS--(i) When decision
will be issued. The INS will issue to the
family, with a copy to the responsible entity,
a decision within 30 days of its receipt of
documentation concerning the family's
appeal of the verification of immigration
status. If, for any reason, the INS is unable
to issue a decision within the 30 day time
period, the INS will inform the family and
responsible entity of the reasons for the
delay.
(ii) Notification of INS decision and of
informal hearing procedures. When the
responsible entity receives a copy of the INS
decision, the responsible entity shall notify
the family of its right to request an informal
hearing on the responsible entity's
ineligibility determination in accordance
with the procedures of paragraph (f) of this
section.
(4) No delay, denial, reduction, or
termination of assistance until completion of
INS appeal process; direct appeal to INS.
Pending the completion of the INS appeal
under this section, assistance may not be
delayed, denied, reduced or terminated on
the basis of immigration status.
(f) Informal hearing. (1) When request for
hearing is to be made. After notification of
the INS decision on appeal, or in lieu of
request of appeal to the INS, the family may
request that the responsible entity provide a
hearing. This request must be made either
within 30 days of receipt of the notice
described in paragraph (d) of this section, or
within 30 days of receipt of the INS appeal
decision issued in accordance with
paragraph (e) of this section.
(2) Informal hearing procedures--(i)
Tenants assisted under a Section 8 covered
program: For tenants assisted under a
Section 8 covered program, the procedures
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for the hearing before the responsible entity
are set forth in:
(A) For Section 8 Moderate
Rehabilitation assistance: 24 CFR part 882;
(B) For Section 8 tenant-based assistance:
24 CFR part 982; or
(C) For Section 8 project-based certificate
program: 24 CFR part 983.
(ii) Tenants assisted under any other
Section 8 covered program or a Public
Housing covered program: For tenants
assisted under a Section 8 covered program
not listed in paragraph (f)(3)(i) of this
section or a Public Housing covered
program, the procedures for the hearing
before the responsible entity are set forth in
24 CFR part 966.
(iii) Families under Housing covered
programs and applicants for assistance under
all covered programs. For all families under
Housing covered programs (applicants as
well as tenants already receiving assistance)
and for applicants for assistance under all
covered programs, the procedures for the
informal hearing before the responsible
entity are as follows:
(A) Hearing before an impartial
individual. The family shall be provided a
hearing before any person(s) designated by
the responsible entity (including an officer
or employee of the responsible entity), other
than a person who made or approved the
decision under review, and other than a
person who is a subordinate of the person
who made or approved the decision;
(B) Examination of evidence. The family
shall be provided the opportunity to examine
and copy at the individual's expense, at a
reasonable time in advance of the hearing,
any documents in the possession of the
responsible entity pertaining to the family's
eligibility status, or in the possession of the
INS (as permitted by INS requirements),
including any records and regulations that
may be relevant to the hearing;
(C) Presentation of evidence and
arguments in support of eligible status. The
family shall be provided the opportunity to
present evidence and arguments in support
of eligible status. Evidence may be
considered without regard to admissibility
under the rules of evidence applicable to
judicial proceedings;
(D) Controverting evidence of the
responsible entity. The family shall be
provided the opportunity to controvert
evidence relied upon by the responsible
entity and to confront and cross-examine all
witnesses on whose testimony or
information the responsible entity relies;
(E) Representation. The family shall be
entitled to be represented by an attorney, or
other designee, at the family's expense, and
to have such person make statements on the
family's behalf;
(F) Interpretive services. The family shall
be entitled to arrange for an interpreter to
attend the hearing, at the expense of the
family, or responsible entity, as may be
agreed upon by the two parties to the
proceeding; and
(G) Hearing to be recorded. The family
shall be entitled to have the hearing recorded
by audiotape (a transcript of the hearing
may, but is not required to, be provided by
the responsible entity).
(3) Hearing decision. The responsible
entity shall provide the family with a written
final decision, based solely on the facts
presented at the hearing, within 14 days of
the date of the informal hearing. The
decision shall state the basis for the decision.
(g) Judicial relief. A decision against a
family member, issued in accordance with
paragraphs (e) or (f) of this section, does not
preclude the family from exercising the
right, that may otherwise be available, to
seek redress directly through judicial
procedures.
(h) Retention of documents. The
responsible entity shall retain for a minimum
of 5 years the following documents that may
have been submitted to the responsible
entity by the family, or provided to the
responsible entity as part of the INS appeal
or the informal hearing process:
(1) The application for financial
assistance;
(2) The form completed by the family for
income reexamination;
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(3) Photocopies of any original
documents (front and back), including
original INS documents;
(4) The signed verification consent form;
(5) The INS verification results;
(6) The request for an INS appeal;
(7) The final INS determination;
(8) The request for an informal hearing;
and
(9) The final informal hearing decision.
(i) Termination of assisted occupancy. (1)
Under Housing covered programs, and in
the Section 8 covered programs other than
the Section 8 Rental Certificate, Rental
Voucher, and Moderate Rehabilitation
programs, assisted occupancy is terminated
by:
(i) If permitted under the lease, the
responsible entity notifying the tenant that
because of the termination of assisted
occupancy the tenant is required to pay the
HUD-approved market rent for the dwelling
unit.
(ii) The responsible entity and tenant
entering into a new lease without financial
assistance.
(iii) The responsible entity evicting the
tenant. While the tenant continues in
occupancy of the unit, the responsible entity
may continue to receive assistance payments
if action to terminate the tenancy under an
assisted lease is promptly initiated and
diligently pursued, in accordance with the
terms of the lease, and if eviction of the
tenant is undertaken by judicial action
pursuant to State and local law. Action by
the responsible entity to terminate the
tenancy and to evict the tenant must be in
accordance with applicable HUD regulations
and other HUD requirements. For any
jurisdiction, HUD may prescribe a
maximum period during which assistance
payments may be continued during eviction
proceedings and may prescribe other
standards of reasonable diligence for the
prosecution of eviction proceedings.
(2) In the Section 8 Rental Certificate,
Rental Voucher, and Moderate
Rehabilitation programs, assisted occupancy
is terminated by terminating assistance
payments. (See provisions of this section
concerning termination of assistance.) The
PHA shall not make any additional
assistance payments to the owner after the
required procedures specified in this section
have been completed. In addition, the PHA
shall not approve a lease, enter into an
assistance contract, or process a portability
move for the family after those procedures
have been completed.
{61 FR 13616, Mar. 27, 1996, as
amended at 61 FR 60539, Nov. 29, 1996; 64
FR 25731, May 12, 1999}
Sec. 5.516 Availability of
preservation assistance to
mixed families and other
families.
(a) Assistance available for tenant mixed
families--(1) General. Preservation
assistance is available to tenant mixed
families, following completion of the
appeals and informal hearing procedures
provided in Sec. 5.514. There are three types
of preservation assistance:
(i) Continued assistance (see paragraph
(a) of Sec. 5.518);
(ii) Temporary deferral of termination of
assistance (see paragraph (b) of Sec. 5.518);
or
(iii) Prorated assistance (see Sec. 5.520, a
mixed family must be provided prorated
assistance if the family so requests).
(2) Availability of assistance--(i) For
Housing covered programs: One of the three
types of assistance described is available to
tenant mixed families assisted under a
National Housing Act or 1965 HUD Act
covered program, depending upon the
family's eligibility for such assistance.
Continued assistance must be provided to a
mixed family that meets the conditions for
eligibility for continued assistance.
(ii) For Section 8 or Public Housing
covered programs. One of the three types of
assistance described may be available to
tenant mixed families assisted under a
Section 8 or Public Housing covered
program.
(b) Assistance available for applicant
mixed families. Prorated assistance is also
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available for mixed families applying for
assistance as provided in Sec. 5.520.
(c) Assistance available to other families
in occupancy. Temporary deferral of
termination of assistance may be available to
families receiving assistance under a Section
214 covered program on June 19, 1995, and
who have no members with eligible
immigration status, as set forth in
paragraphs (c)(1) and (2) of this section.
(1) For Housing covered programs:
Temporary deferral of termination of
assistance is available to families assisted
under a Housing covered program.
(2) For Section 8 or Public Housing
covered programs: The responsible entity
may make temporary deferral of termination
of assistance to families assisted under a
Section 8 or Public Housing covered
program.
(d) Section 8 covered programs:
Discretion afforded to provide certain family
preservation assistance--(1) Project owners.
With respect to assistance under a Section 8
Act covered program administered by a
project owner, HUD has the discretion to
determine under what circumstances
families are to be provided one of the two
statutory forms of assistance for
preservation of the family (continued
assistance or temporary deferral of
assistance). HUD is exercising its discretion
by specifying the standards in this section
under which a project owner must provide
one of these two types of assistance to a
family. However, project owners and PHAs
must offer prorated assistance to eligible
mixed families.
(2) PHAs. The PHA, rather than HUD,
has the discretion to determine the
circumstances under which a family will be
offered one of the two statutory forms of
assistance (continued assistance or
temporary deferral of termination of
assistance). The PHA must establish its own
policy and criteria to follow in making its
decision. In establishing the criteria for
granting continued assistance or temporary
deferral of termination of assistance, the
PHA must incorporate the statutory criteria,
which are set forth in paragraphs (a) and (b)
of Sec. 5.518. However, the PHA must offer
prorated assistance to eligible families.
{61 FR 13616, Mar. 27, 1996, as
amended at 61 FR 60539, Nov. 29, 1996; 64
FR 25732, May 12, 1999}
Sec. 5.518 Types of
preservation assistance
available to mixed families and
other families.
(a) Continued assistance. (1) General. A
mixed family may receive continued
housing assistance if all of the following
conditions are met (a mixed family assisted
under a Housing covered program must be
provided continued assistance if the family
meets the following conditions):
(i) The family was receiving assistance
under a Section 214 covered program on
June 19, 1995;
(ii) The family's head of household or
spouse has eligible immigration status as
described in Sec. 5.506; and
(iii) The family does not include any
person (who does not have eligible
immigration status) other than the head of
household, any spouse of the head of
household, any parents of the head of
household, any parents of the spouse, or any
children of the head of household or spouse.
(2) Proration of continued assistance. A
family entitled to continued assistance
before November 29, 1996 is entitled to
continued assistance as described in
paragraph (a) of this section. A family
entitled to continued assistance after
November 29, 1996 shall receive prorated
assistance as described in Sec. 5.520.
(b) Temporary deferral of termination of
assistance--(1) Eligibility for this type of
assistance. If a mixed family qualifies for
prorated assistance (and does not qualify for
continued assistance), but decides not to
accept prorated assistance, or if a family has
no members with eligible immigration
status, the family may be eligible for
temporary deferral of termination of
assistance if necessary to permit the family
additional time for the orderly transition of
those family members with ineligible status,
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and any other family members involved, to
other affordable housing. Other affordable
housing is used in the context of transition
of an ineligible family from a rent level that
reflects HUD assistance to a rent level that is
unassisted; the term refers to housing that is
not substandard, that is of appropriate size
for the family and that can be rented for an
amount not exceeding the amount that the
family pays for rent, including utilities, plus
25 percent.
(2) Housing covered programs:
Conditions for granting temporary deferral
of termination of assistance. The responsible
entity shall grant a temporary deferral of
termination of assistance to a mixed family
if the family is assisted under a Housing
covered program and one of the following
conditions is met:
(i) The family demonstrates that
reasonable efforts to find other affordable
housing of appropriate size have been
unsuccessful (for purposes of this section,
reasonable efforts include seeking
information from, and pursuing leads
obtained from the State housing agency, the
city government, local newspapers, rental
agencies and the owner);
(ii) The vacancy rate for affordable
housing of appropriate size is below five
percent in the housing market for the area in
which the project is located; or
(iii) The consolidated plan, as described
in 24 CFR part 91 and if applicable to the
covered program, indicates that the local
jurisdiction's housing market lacks sufficient
affordable housing opportunities for
households having a size and income similar
to the family seeking the deferral.
(3) Time limit on deferral period. If
temporary deferral of termination of
assistance is granted, the deferral period
shall be for an initial period not to exceed
six months. The initial period may be
renewed for additional periods of six
months, but the aggregate deferral period for
deferrals provided after November 29, 1996
shall not exceed a period of eighteen
months. The aggregate deferral period for
deferrals granted prior to November 29,
1996 shall not exceed 3 years. These time
periods do not apply to a family which
includes a refugee under section 207 of the
Immigration and Nationality Act or an
individual seeking asylum under section 208
of that Act.
(4) Notification requirements for
beginning of each deferral period. At the
beginning of each deferral period, the
responsible entity must inform the family of
its ineligibility for financial assistance and
offer the family information concerning, and
referrals to assist in finding, other affordable
housing.
(5) Determination of availability of
affordable housing at end of each deferral
period. (i) Before the end of each deferral
period, the responsible entity must satisfy
the applicable requirements of either
paragraph (b)(5)(i)(A) or (B) of this section.
Specifically, the responsible entity must:
(A) For Housing covered programs: Make
a determination that one of the two
conditions specified in paragraph (b)(2) of
this section continues to be met (note:
affordable housing will be determined to be
available if the vacancy rate is five percent
or greater), the owner's knowledge and the
tenant's evidence indicate that other
affordable housing is available; or
(B) For Section 8 or Public Housing
covered programs: Make a determination of
the availability of affordable housing of
appropriate size based on evidence of
conditions which when taken together will
demonstrate an inadequate supply of
affordable housing for the area in which the
project is located, the consolidated plan (if
applicable, as described in 24 CFR part 91),
the responsible entity's own knowledge of
the availability of affordable housing, and
on evidence of the tenant family's efforts to
locate such housing.
(ii) The responsible entity must also:
(A) Notify the tenant family in writing, at
least 60 days in advance of the expiration of
the deferral period, that termination will be
deferred again (provided that the granting of
another deferral will not result in aggregate
deferral periods that exceeds the maximum
deferral period). This time period does not
apply to a family which includes a refugee
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under section 207 of the Immigration and
Nationality Act or an individual seeking
asylum under section 208 of that Act, and a
determination was made that other
affordable housing is not available; or
(B) Notify the tenant family in writing, at
least 60 days in advance of the expiration of
the deferral period, that termination of
financial assistance will not be deferred
because either granting another deferral will
result in aggregate deferral periods that
exceed the maximum deferral period (unless
the family includes a refugee under section
207 of the Immigration and Nationality Act
or an individual seeking asylum under
section 208 of that Act), or a determination
has been made that other affordable housing
is available.
(c) Option to select proration of assistance
at end of deferral period. A family who is
eligible for, and receives temporary deferral
of termination of assistance, may request,
and the responsible entity shall provide
proration of assistance at the end of the
deferral period if the family has made a
good faith effort during the deferral period
to locate other affordable housing.
(d) Notification of decision on family
preservation assistance. A responsible entity
shall notify the family of its decision
concerning the family's qualification for
family preservation assistance. If the family
is ineligible for family preservation
assistance, the notification shall state the
reasons, which must be based on relevant
factors. For tenant families, the notice also
shall inform the family of any applicable
appeal rights.
{61 FR 13616, Mar. 27, 1996, as
amended at 61 FR 60539, Nov. 29, 1996; 64
FR 25732, May 12, 1999}
Sec. 5.520 Proration of
assistance.
(a) Applicability. This section applies to a
mixed family other than a family receiving
continued assistance, or other than a family
who is eligible for and requests and receives
temporary deferral of termination of
assistance. An eligible mixed family who
requests prorated assistance must be
provided prorated assistance.
(b) Method of prorating assistance for
Housing covered programs--(1) Proration
under Rent Supplement Program. If the
household participates in the Rent
Supplement Program, the rent supplement
paid on the household's behalf shall be the
rent supplement the household would
otherwise be entitled to, multiplied by a
fraction, the denominator of which is the
number of people in the household and the
numerator of which is the number of eligible
persons in the household;
(2) Proration under Section 235 Program.
If the household participates in the Section
235 Program, the interest reduction
payments paid on the household's behalf
shall be the payments the household would
otherwise be entitled to, multiplied by a
fraction the denominator of which is the
number of people in the household and the
numerator of which is the number of eligible
persons in the household;
(3) Proration under Section 236 Program
without the benefit of additional assistance.
If the household participates in the Section
236 Program without the benefit of any
additional assistance, the household's rent
shall be increased above the rent the
household would otherwise pay by an
amount equal to the difference between the
market rate rent for the unit and the rent the
household would otherwise pay multiplied
by a fraction the denominator of which is the
number of people in the household and the
numerator of which is the number of
ineligible persons in the household;
(4) Proration under Section 236 Program
with the benefit of additional assistance. If
the household participates in the Section 236
Program with the benefit of additional
assistance under the rent supplement, rental
assistance payment or Section 8 programs,
the household's rent shall be increased above
the rent the household would otherwise pay
by:
(i) An amount equal to the difference
between the market rate rent for the unit and
the basic rent for the unit multiplied by a
fraction, the denominator of which is the
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number of people in the household, and the
numerator of which is the number of
ineligible persons in the household, plus;
(ii) An amount equal to the rent
supplement, housing assistance payment or
rental assistance payment the household
would otherwise be entitled to multiplied by
a fraction, the denominator of which is the
number of people in the household and the
numerator of which is the number of
ineligible persons in the household.
(c) Method of prorating assistance for
Section 8 covered programs-- (1) Section 8
assistance other than assistance provided for
a tenancy under the Section 8 Rental
Voucher Program or for an over-FMR
tenancy in the Section 8 Rental Certificate
Program. For Section 8 assistance other than
assistance for a tenancy under the voucher
program or an over-FMR tenancy under the
certificate program, the PHA must prorate
the family's assistance as follows:
(i) Step 1. Determine gross rent for the
unit. (Gross rent is contract rent plus any
allowance for tenant paid utilities).
(ii) Step 2. Determine total tenant
payment in accordance with section
5.613(a). (Annual income includes income
of all family members, including any family
member who has not established eligible
immigration status.)
(iii) Step 3. Subtract amount determined
in paragraph (c)(1)(ii), (Step 2), from
amount determined in paragraph (c)(1)(i),
(Step 1).
(iv) Step 4. Multiply the amount
determined in paragraph (c)(1)(iii), (Step 3)
by a fraction for which:
(A) The numerator is the number of
family members who have established
eligible immigration status; and
(B) The denominator is the total number
of family members.
(v) Prorated housing assistance. The
amount determined in paragraph (c)(1)(iv),
(Step 4) is the prorated housing assistance
payment for a mixed family.
(vi) No effect on contract rent. Proration
of the housing assistance payment does not
affect contract rent to the owner. The family
must pay as rent the portion of contract rent
not covered by the prorated housing
assistance payment.
(2) Assistance for a Section 8 voucher
tenancy or over-FMR tenancy. For a tenancy
under the voucher program or for an over-
FMR tenancy under the certificate program,
the PHA must prorate the family's assistance
as follows:
(i) Step 1. Determine the amount of the
pre-proration housing assistance payment.
(Annual income includes income of all
family members, including any family
member who has not established eligible
immigration status.)
(ii) Step 2. Multiply the amount
determined in paragraph (c)(2)(i), (Step 1)
by a fraction for which:
(A) The numerator is the number of
family members who have established
eligible immigration status; and
(B) The denominator is the total number
of family members.
(iii) Prorated housing assistance. The
amount determined in paragraph (c)(2)(ii),
(Step 2) is the prorated housing assistance
payment for a mixed family.
(iv) No effect on rent to owner. Proration
of the housing assistance payment does not
affect rent to owner. The family must pay
the portion of rent to owner not covered by
the prorated housing assistance payment.
(d) Method of prorating assistance for
Public Housing covered programs. The PHA
shall prorate the family's assistance by:
(1) Step 1. Determining total tenant
payment in accordance with 24 CFR
913.107(a). (Annual income includes
income of all family members, including
any family member who has not established
eligible immigration status.)
(2) Step 2. Subtracting the total tenant
payment from a HUD-supplied ``public
housing maximum rent'' applicable to the
unit or the PHA. (This ``maximum rent''
shall be determined by HUD using the 95th
percentile rent for the PHA.) The result is
the maximum subsidy for which the family
could qualify if all members were eligible
(``family maximum subsidy'').
(3) Step 3. Dividing the family maximum
subsidy by the number of persons in the
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family (all persons) to determine the
maximum subsidy per each family member
who has citizenship or eligible immigration
status (``eligible family member''). The
subsidy per eligible family member is the
``member maximum subsidy''.
(4) Step 4. Multiplying the member
maximum subsidy by the number of family
members who have citizenship or eligible
immigration status (``eligible family
members'').
(5) Step 5. The product of steps 1 through
4, as set forth in paragraph (d)(2) of this
section is the amount of subsidy for which
the family is eligible (``eligible subsidy'').
The family's rent is the ``public housing
maximum rent'' minus the amount of the
eligible subsidy.
{61 FR 5202, Feb. 9, 1996, as amended
at 63 FR 23853, Apr. 30, 1998; 64 FR
13056, Mar. 16, 1999}
Sec. 5.522 Prohibition of
assistance to noncitizen
students.
(a) General. The provisions of Secs. 5.516
and 5.518 permitting continued assistance or
temporary deferral of termination of
assistance for certain families do not apply
to any person who is determined to be a
noncitizen student as in paragraph (c)(2)(A)
of Section 214 (42 U.S.C. 1436a(c)(2)(A)).
The family of a noncitizen student may be
eligible for prorated assistance, as provided
in paragraph (b)(2) of this section.
(b) Family of noncitizen students. (1) The
prohibition on providing assistance to a
noncitizen student as described in paragraph
(a) of this section extends to the noncitizen
spouse of the noncitizen student and minor
children accompanying the student or
following to join the student.
(2) The prohibition on providing
assistance to a noncitizen student does not
extend to the citizen spouse of the
noncitizen student and the children of the
citizen spouse and noncitizen student.
Sec. 5.524 Compliance with
nondiscrimination
requirements.
The responsible entity shall administer the
restrictions on use of assisted housing by
noncitizens with ineligible immigration
status imposed by this part in conformity
with all applicable nondiscrimination and
equal opportunity requirements, including,
but not limited to, title VI of the Civil Rights
Act of 1964 (42 U.S.C. 2000d-2000d-5) and
the implementing regulations in 24 CFR part
1, section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of
1973 (29 U.S.C. 794) and the implementing
regulations in 24 CFR part 8, the Fair
Housing Act (42 U.S.C. 3601-3619) and the
implementing regulations in 24 CFR part
100.
Sec. 5.526 Protection from
liability for responsible entities
and State and local government
agencies and officials.
(a) Protection from liability for
responsible entities. Responsible entities are
protected from liability as set forth in
Section 214(e) (42 U.S.C 1436a(e)).
(b) Protection from liability for State and
local government agencies and officials.
State and local government agencies and
officials shall not be liable for the design or
implementation of the verification system
described in Sec. 5.512, as long as the
implementation by the State and local
government agency or official is in
accordance with prescribed HUD rules and
requirements.
{64 FR 25732, May 12, 1999}
Sec. 5.528 Liability of ineligible
tenants for reimbursement of
benefits.
Where a tenant has received the benefit of
HUD financial assistance to which the
tenant was not entitled because the tenant
intentionally misrepresented eligible status,
the ineligible tenant is responsible for
reimbursing HUD for the assistance
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improperly paid. If the amount of the
assistance is substantial, the responsible
entity is encouraged to refer the case to the
HUD Inspector General's office for further
investigation. Possible criminal prosecution
may follow based on the False Statements
Act (18 U.S.C. 1001 and 1010).
Subpart F--Section 8 and
Public Housing, and Other
HUD Assisted Housing
Serving Persons with
Disabilities: Family Income
and Family Payment;
Occupancy Requirements for
Section 8 Project-Based
Assistance
Sec. 5.601 Purpose and
applicability.
Authority: 42 U.S.C. 1437a, 1437c,
1437d, 1437f, 1437n, and 3535(d).
Source: 61 FR 54498, Oct. 18, 1996,
unless otherwise noted.
This subpart states HUD requirements on
the following subjects:
(a) Determining annual and adjusted
income of families who apply for or receive
assistance in the Section 8 (tenant-based and
project-based) and public housing programs;
(b) Determining payments by and utility
reimbursements to families assisted in these
programs;
(c) Additional occupancy requirements
that apply to the Section 8 project-based
assistance programs. These additional
requirements concern:
(1) Income-eligibility and income-
targeting when a Section 8 owner admits
families to a Section 8 project or unit;
(2) Owner selection preferences; and
(3) Owner reexamination of family
income and composition;
(d) Determining adjusted income, as
provided in Sec. 5.611(a) and (b), for
families who apply for or receive assistance
under the following programs: HOME
Investment Partnerships Program (24 CFR
part 92); Rent Supplement Payments
Program (24 CFR part 200, subpart W);
Rental Assistance Payments Program (24
CFR part 236, subpart D); Housing
Opportunities for Persons with AIDS (24
CFR part 574); Shelter Plus Care Program
(24 CFR part 582); Supportive Housing
Program (McKinney Act Homeless
Assistance) (24 CFR part 583); Section 202
Supportive Housing Program for the Elderly
(24 CFR 891, subpart B); Section 202 Direct
Loans for Housing for the Elderly and
Persons with Disabilities (24 CFR part 891,
subpart E) and the Section 811 Supportive
Housing for Persons with Disabilities (24
CFR part 891, subpart C). Unless specified
in the regulations for each of the programs
listed in paragraph (d) of this section or in
another regulatory section of this part 5,
subpart F, the regulations in part 5, subpart
F, generally are not applicable to these
programs; and
(e) Determining earned income disregard
for persons with disabilities, as provided in
Sec. 5.617, for the following programs:
HOME Investment Partnerships Program
(24 CFR part 92); Housing Opportunities for
Persons with AIDS (24 CFR part 574);
Supportive Housing Program (McKinney
Act Homeless Assistance) (24 CFR part
583); and the Housing Choice Voucher
Program (24 CFR part 982).
{66 FR 6222, Jan. 19, 2001}
Sec. 5.603 Definitions.
As used in this subpart:
(a) Terms found elsewhere in part 5--(1)
Subpart A. The terms 1937 Act, elderly
person, public housing, public housing
agency (PHA), responsible entity and
Section 8 are defined in Sec. 5.100.
(2) Subpart D. The terms ``disabled
family'', ``elderly family'', ``family'', ``live-
in aide'', and ``person with disabilities'' are
defined in Sec. 5.403.
(b) The following terms shall have the
meanings set forth below:
Adjusted income. See Sec. 5.611.
Annual income. See Sec. 5.609.
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Child care expenses. Amounts anticipated
to be paid by the family for the care of
children under 13 years of age during the
period for which annual income is
computed, but only where such care is
necessary to enable a family member to
actively seek employment, be gainfully
employed, or to further his or her education
and only to the extent such amounts are not
reimbursed. The amount deducted shall
reflect reasonable charges for child care. In
the case of child care necessary to permit
employment, the amount deducted shall not
exceed the amount of employment income
that is included in annual income.
Dependent. A member of the family
(except foster children and foster adults)
other than the family head or spouse, who is
under 18 years of age, or is a person with a
disability, or is a full-time student.
Disability assistance expenses.
Reasonable expenses that are anticipated,
during the period for which annual income
is computed, for attendant care and auxiliary
apparatus for a disabled family member and
that are necessary to enable a family
member (including the disabled member) to
be employed, provided that the expenses are
neither paid to a member of the family nor
reimbursed by an outside source.
Economic self-sufficiency program. Any
program designed to encourage, assist, train,
or facilitate the economic independence of
HUD-assisted families or to provide work
for such families. These programs include
programs for job training, employment
counseling, work placement, basic skills
training, education, English proficiency,
workfare, financial or household
management, apprenticeship, and any
program necessary to ready a participant for
work (including a substance abuse or mental
health treatment program), or other work
activities.
Extremely low income family. A family
whose annual income does not exceed 30
percent of the median income for the area,
as determined by HUD, with adjustments for
smaller and larger families, except that HUD
may establish income ceilings higher or
lower than 30 percent of the median income
for the area if HUD finds that such
variations are necessary because of
unusually high or low family incomes.
Full-time student. A person who is
attending school or vocational training on a
full-time basis.
Imputed welfare income. See Sec. 5.615.
Low income family. A family whose
annual income does not exceed 80 percent
of the median income for the area, as
determined by HUD with adjustments for
smaller and larger families, except that HUD
may establish income ceilings higher or
lower than 80 percent of the median income
for the area on the basis of HUD's findings
that such variations are necessary because of
unusually high or low family incomes.
Medical expenses. Medical expenses,
including medical insurance premiums, that
are anticipated during the period for which
annual income is computed, and that are not
covered by insurance.
Monthly adjusted income. One twelfth of
adjusted income.
Monthly income. One twelfth of annual
income.
Net family assets. (1) Net cash value after
deducting reasonable costs that would be
incurred in disposing of real property,
savings, stocks, bonds, and other forms of
capital investment, excluding interests in
Indian trust land and excluding equity
accounts in HUD homeownership programs.
The value of necessary items of personal
property such as furniture and automobiles
shall be excluded.
(2) In cases where a trust fund has been
established and the trust is not revocable by,
or under the control of, any member of the
family or household, the value of the trust
fund will not be considered an asset so long
as the fund continues to be held in trust. Any
income distributed from the trust fund shall
be counted when determining annual income
under Sec. 5.609.
(3) In determining net family assets,
PHAs or owners, as applicable, shall include
the value of any business or family assets
disposed of by an applicant or tenant for less
than fair market value (including a
disposition in trust, but not in a foreclosure
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or bankruptcy sale) during the two years
preceding the date of application for the
program or reexamination, as applicable, in
excess of the consideration received
therefor. In the case of a disposition as part
of a separation or divorce settlement, the
disposition will not be considered to be for
less than fair market value if the applicant or
tenant receives important consideration not
measurable in dollar terms.
(4) For purposes of determining annual
income under Sec. 5.609, the term ``net
family assets'' does not include the value of
a home currently being purchased with
assistance under part 982, subpart M of this
title. This exclusion is limited to the first 10
years after the purchase date of the home.
Owner has the meaning provided in the
relevant program regulations. As used in this
subpart, where appropriate, the term
``owner'' shall also include a ``borrower'' as
defined in part 891 of this title.
Responsible entity. For Sec. 5.611, in
addition to the definition of ``responsible
entity'' in Sec. 5.100, and for Sec. 5.617, in
addition to only that part of the definition of
``responsible entity'' in Sec. 5.100 which
addresses the Section 8 program covered by
Sec. 5.617 (public housing is not covered by
Sec. 5.617), ``responsible entity'' means:
(1) For the HOME Investment
Partnerships Program, the participating
jurisdiction, as defined in 24 CFR 92.2;
(2) For the Rent Supplement Payments
Program, the owner of the multifamily
project;
(3) For the Rental Assistance Payments
Program, the owner of the Section 236
project;
(4) For the Housing Opportunities for
Persons with AIDS (HOPWA) program, the
applicable ``State'' or ``unit of general local
government'' or ``nonprofit organization'' as
these terms are defined in 24 CFR 574.3,
that administers the HOPWA Program;
(5) For the Shelter Plus Care Program, the
``Recipient'' as defined in 24 CFR 582.5;
(6) For the Supportive Housing Program,
the ``recipient'' as defined in 24 CFR 583.5;
(7) For the Section 202 Supportive
Housing Program for the Elderly, the
``Owner'' as defined in 24 CFR 891.205;
(8) For the Section 202 Direct Loans for
Housing for the Elderly and Persons with
Disabilities), the ``Borrower'' as defined in
24 CFR 891.505; and
(9) For the Section 811 Supportive
Housing Program for Persons with
Disabilities, the ``owner'' as defined in 24
CFR 891.305.
Tenant rent. The amount payable monthly
by the family as rent to the unit owner
(Section 8 owner or PHA in public housing).
(This term is not used in the Section 8
voucher program.)
Total tenant payment. See Sec. 5.613.
Utility allowance. If the cost of utilities
(except telephone) and other housing
services for an assisted unit is not included
in the tenant rent but is the responsibility of
the family occupying the unit, an amount
equal to the estimate made or approved by a
PHA or HUD of the monthly cost of a
reasonable consumption of such utilities and
other services for the unit by an energy-
conservative household of modest
circumstances consistent with the
requirements of a safe, sanitary, and
healthful living environment.
Utility reimbursement. The amount, if
any, by which the utility allowance for a
unit, if applicable, exceeds the total tenant
payment for the family occupying the unit.
(This definition is not used in the Section 8
voucher program, or for a public housing
family that is paying a flat rent.)
Very low income family. A family whose
annual income does not exceed 50 percent
of the median family income for the area, as
determined by HUD with adjustments for
smaller and larger families, except that HUD
may establish income ceilings higher or
lower than 50 percent of the median income
for the area if HUD finds that such
variations are necessary because of
unusually high or low family incomes.
Welfare assistance. Welfare or other
payments to families or individuals, based
on need, that are made under programs
funded, separately or jointly, by Federal,
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State or local governments (including
assistance provided under the Temporary
Assistance for Needy Families (TANF)
program, as that term is defined under the
implementing regulations issued by the
Department of Health and Human Services
at 45 CFR 260.31).
Work activities. See definition at section
407(d) of the Social Security Act (42 U.S.C.
607(d)).
{61 FR 54498, Oct. 18, 1996, as
amended at 65 FR 16716, Mar. 29, 2000; 65
FR 55161, Sept. 12, 2000; 66 FR 6223, Jan.
19, 2001; 67 FR 47432, July 18, 2002}
Family Income
Sec. 5.609 Annual income.
(a) Annual income means all amounts,
monetary or not, which:
(1) Go to, or on behalf of, the family head
or spouse (even if temporarily absent) or to
any other family member; or
(2) Are anticipated to be received from a
source outside the family during the 12-
month period following admission or annual
reexamination effective date; and
(3) Which are not specifically excluded in
paragraph (c) of this section.
(4) Annual income also means amounts
derived (during the 12-month period) from
assets to which any member of the family
has access.
(b) Annual income includes, but is not
limited to:
(1) The full amount, before any payroll
deductions, of wages and salaries, overtime
pay, commissions, fees, tips and bonuses,
and other compensation for personal
services;
(2) The net income from the operation of
a business or profession. Expenditures for
business expansion or amortization of
capital indebtedness shall not be used as
deductions in determining net income. An
allowance for depreciation of assets used in
a business or profession may be deducted,
based on straight line depreciation, as
provided in Internal Revenue Service
regulations. Any withdrawal of cash or
assets from the operation of a business or
profession will be included in income,
except to the extent the withdrawal is
reimbursement of cash or assets invested in
the operation by the family;
(3) Interest, dividends, and other net
income of any kind from real or personal
property. Expenditures for amortization of
capital indebtedness shall not be used as
deductions in determining net income. An
allowance for depreciation is permitted only
as authorized in paragraph (b)(2) of this
section. Any withdrawal of cash or assets
from an investment will be included in
income, except to the extent the withdrawal
is reimbursement of cash or assets invested
by the family. Where the family has net
family assets in excess of $5,000, annual
income shall include the greater of the actual
income derived from all net family assets or
a percentage of the value of such assets
based on the current passbook savings rate,
as determined by HUD;
(4) The full amount of periodic amounts
received from Social Security, annuities,
insurance policies, retirement funds,
pensions, disability or death benefits, and
other similar types of periodic receipts,
including a lump-sum amount or prospective
monthly amounts for the delayed start of a
periodic amount (except as provided in
paragraph (c)(14) of this section);
(5) Payments in lieu of earnings, such as
unemployment and disability compensation,
worker's compensation and severance pay
(except as provided in paragraph (c)(3) of
this section);
(6) Welfare assistance payments. (i)
Welfare assistance payments made under the
Temporary Assistance for Needy Families
(TANF) program are included in annual
income only to the extent such payments:
(A) Qualify as assistance under the TANF
program definition at 45 CFR 260.31; and
(B) Are not otherwise excluded under
paragraph (c) of this section.
(ii) If the welfare assistance payment
includes an amount specifically designated
for shelter and utilities that is subject to
adjustment by the welfare assistance agency
in accordance with the actual cost of shelter
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and utilities, the amount of welfare
assistance income to be included as income
shall consist of:
(A) The amount of the allowance or grant
exclusive of the amount specifically
designated for shelter or utilities; plus
(B) The maximum amount that the
welfare assistance agency could in fact
allow the family for shelter and utilities. If
the family's welfare assistance is ratably
reduced from the standard of need by
applying a percentage, the amount
calculated under this paragraph shall be the
amount resulting from one application of the
percentage.
(7) Periodic and determinable allowances,
such as alimony and child support payments,
and regular contributions or gifts received
from organizations or from persons not
residing in the dwelling;
(8) All regular pay, special pay and
allowances of a member of the Armed
Forces (except as provided in paragraph
(c)(7) of this section).
(c) Annual income does not include the
following:
(1) Income from employment of children
(including foster children) under the age of
18 years;
(2) Payments received for the care of
foster children or foster adults (usually
persons with disabilities, unrelated to the
tenant family, who are unable to live alone);
(3) Lump-sum additions to family assets,
such as inheritances, insurance payments
(including payments under health and
accident insurance and worker's
compensation), capital gains and settlement
for personal or property losses (except as
provided in paragraph (b)(5) of this section);
(4) Amounts received by the family that
are specifically for, or in reimbursement of,
the cost of medical expenses for any family
member;
(5) Income of a live-in aide, as defined in
Sec. 5.403;
(6) The full amount of student financial
assistance paid directly to the student or to
the educational institution;
(7) The special pay to a family member
serving in the Armed Forces who is exposed
to hostile fire;
(8)(i) Amounts received under training
programs funded by HUD;
(ii) Amounts received by a person with a
disability that are disregarded for a limited
time for purposes of Supplemental Security
Income eligibility and benefits because they
are set aside for use under a Plan to Attain
Self-Sufficiency (PASS);
(iii) Amounts received by a participant in
other publicly assisted programs which are
specifically for or in reimbursement of out-
of-pocket expenses incurred (special
equipment, clothing, transportation, child
care, etc.) and which are made solely to
allow participation in a specific program;
(iv) Amounts received under a resident
service stipend. A resident service stipend is
a modest amount (not to exceed $200 per
month) received by a resident for
performing a service for the PHA or owner,
on a part-time basis, that enhances the
quality of life in the development. Such
services may include, but are not limited to,
fire patrol, hall monitoring, lawn
maintenance, resident initiatives
coordination, and serving as a member of
the PHA's governing board. No resident may
receive more than one such stipend during
the same period of time;
(v) Incremental earnings and benefits
resulting to any family member from
participation in qualifying State or local
employment training programs (including
training programs not affiliated with a local
government) and training of a family
member as resident management staff.
Amounts excluded by this provision must be
received under employment training
programs with clearly defined goals and
objectives, and are excluded only for the
period during which the family member
participates in the employment training
program;
(9) Temporary, nonrecurring or sporadic
income (including gifts);
(10) Reparation payments paid by a
foreign government pursuant to claims filed
under the laws of that government by
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persons who were persecuted during the
Nazi era;
(11) Earnings in excess of $480 for each
full-time student 18 years old or older
(excluding the head of household and
spouse);
(12) Adoption assistance payments in
excess of $480 per adopted child;
(13) [Reserved]
(14) Deferred periodic amounts from
supplemental security income and social
security benefits that are received in a lump
sum amount or in prospective monthly
amounts.
(15) Amounts received by the family in
the form of refunds or rebates under State or
local law for property taxes paid on the
dwelling unit;
(16) Amounts paid by a State agency to a
family with a member who has a
developmental disability and is living at
home to offset the cost of services and
equipment needed to keep the
developmentally disabled family member at
home; or
(17) Amounts specifically excluded by
any other Federal statute from consideration
as income for purposes of determining
eligibility or benefits under a category of
assistance programs that includes assistance
under any program to which the exclusions
set forth in 24 CFR 5.609(c) apply. A notice
will be published in the Federal Register and
distributed to PHAs and housing owners
identifying the benefits that qualify for this
exclusion. Updates will be published and
distributed when necessary.
(d) Annualization of income. If it is not
feasible to anticipate a level of income over
a 12-month period (e.g., seasonal or cyclic
income), or the PHA believes that past
income is the best available indicator of
expected future income, the PHA may
annualize the income anticipated for a
shorter period, subject to a redetermination
at the end of the shorter period.
{61 FR 54498, Oct, 18, 1996, as
amended at 65 FR 16716, Mar. 29, 2000; 67
FR 47432, July 18, 2002}
Sec. 5.611 Adjusted income.
Adjusted income means annual income
(as determined by the responsible entity,
defined in Sec. 5.100 and Sec. 5.603) of the
members of the family residing or intending
to reside in the dwelling unit, after making
the following deductions:
(a) Mandatory deductions. In determining
adjusted income, the responsible entity must
deduct the following amounts from annual
income:
(1) $480 for each dependent;
(2) $400 for any elderly family or
disabled family;
(3) The sum of the following, to the
extent the sum exceeds three percent of
annual income:
(i) Unreimbursed medical expenses of any
elderly family or disabled family; and
(ii) Unreimbursed reasonable attendant
care and auxiliary apparatus expenses for
each member of the family who is a person
with disabilities, to the extent necessary to
enable any member of the family (including
the member who is a person with
disabilities) to be employed. This deduction
may not exceed the earned income received
by family members who are 18 years of age
or older and who are able to work because
of such attendant care or auxiliary apparatus;
and
(4) Any reasonable child care expenses
necessary to enable a member of the family
to be employed or to further his or her
education.
(b) Additional deductions. (1) For public
housing, a PHA may adopt additional
deductions from annual income. The PHA
must establish a written policy for such
deductions.
(2) For the HUD programs listed in Sec.
5.601(d), the responsible entity shall
calculate such other deductions as required
and permitted by the applicable program
regulations.
{66 FR 6223, Jan. 19, 2001}
Sec. 5.613 Public housing
program and Section 8 tenant-
based assistance program:
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PHA cooperation with welfare
agency.
(a) This section applies to the public
housing program and the Section 8 tenant-
based assistance program.
(b) The PHA must make best efforts to
enter into cooperation agreements with
welfare agencies under which such agencies
agree:
(1) To target public assistance, benefits
and services to families receiving assistance
in the public housing program and the
Section 8 tenant-based assistance program to
achieve self-sufficiency;
(2) To provide written verification to the
PHA concerning welfare benefits for
families applying for or receiving assistance
in these housing assistance programs.
{65 FR 16717, Mar. 29, 2000}
Sec. 5.615 Public housing
program and Section 8 tenant-
based assistance program:
How welfare benefit reduction
affects family income.
(a) Applicability. This section applies to
covered families who reside in public
housing (part 960 of this title) or receive
Section 8 tenant-based assistance (part 982
of this title).
(b) Definitions. The following definitions
apply for purposes of this section:
Covered families. Families who receive
welfare assistance or other public assistance
benefits (``welfare benefits'') from a State or
other public agency (``welfare agency'')
under a program for which Federal, State, or
local law requires that a member of the
family must participate in an economic self-
sufficiency program as a condition for such
assistance.
Economic self-sufficiency program. See
definition at Sec. 5.603.
Imputed welfare income. The amount of
annual income not actually received by a
family, as a result of a specified welfare
benefit reduction, that is nonetheless
included in the family's annual income for
purposes of determining rent.
Specified welfare benefit reduction.
(1) A reduction of welfare benefits by the
welfare agency, in whole or in part, for a
family member, as determined by the
welfare agency, because of fraud by a family
member in connection with the welfare
program; or because of welfare agency
sanction against a family member for
noncompliance with a welfare agency
requirement to participate in an economic
self-sufficiency program.
(2) ``Specified welfare benefit reduction''
does not include a reduction or termination
of welfare benefits by the welfare agency:
(i) at expiration of a lifetime or other time
limit on the payment of welfare benefits;
(ii) because a family member is not able
to obtain employment, even though the
family member has complied with welfare
agency economic self- sufficiency or work
activities requirements; or
(iii) because a family member has not
complied with other welfare agency
requirements.
(c) Imputed welfare income.
(1) A family's annual income includes the
amount of imputed welfare income (because
of a specified welfare benefits reduction, as
specified in notice to the PHA by the
welfare agency), plus the total amount of
other annual income as determined in
accordance with Sec. 5.609.
(2) At the request of the PHA, the welfare
agency will inform the PHA in writing of
the amount and term of any specified
welfare benefit reduction for a family
member, and the reason for such reduction,
and will also inform the PHA of any
subsequent changes in the term or amount of
such specified welfare benefit reduction.
The PHA will use this information to
determine the amount of imputed welfare
income for a family.
(3) A family's annual income includes
imputed welfare income in family annual
income, as determined at the PHA's interim
or regular reexamination of family income
and composition, during the term of the
welfare benefits reduction (as specified in
information provided to the PHA by the
welfare agency).
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(4) The amount of the imputed welfare
income is offset by the amount of additional
income a family receives that commences
after the time the sanction was imposed.
When such additional income from other
sources is at least equal to the imputed
welfare income, the imputed welfare income
is reduced to zero.
(5) The PHA may not include imputed
welfare income in annual income if the
family was not an assisted resident at the
time of sanction.
(d) Review of PHA decision. (1) Public
housing. If a public housing tenant claims
that the PHA has not correctly calculated the
amount of imputed welfare income in
accordance with HUD requirements, and if
the PHA denies the family's request to
modify such amount, the PHA shall give the
tenant written notice of such denial, with a
brief explanation of the basis for the PHA
determination of the amount of imputed
welfare income. The PHA notice shall also
state that if the tenant does not agree with
the PHA determination, the tenant may
request a grievance hearing in accordance
with part 966, subpart B of this title to
review the PHA determination. The tenant is
not required to pay an escrow deposit
pursuant to Sec. 966.55(e) for the portion of
tenant rent attributable to the imputed
welfare income in order to obtain a
grievance hearing on the PHA
determination.
(2) Section 8 participant. A participant in
the Section 8 tenant- based assistance
program may request an informal hearing, in
accordance with Sec. 982.555 of this title, to
review the PHA determination of the
amount of imputed welfare income that must
be included in the family's annual income in
accordance with this section. If the family
claims that such amount is not correctly
calculated in accordance with HUD
requirements, and if the PHA denies the
family's request to modify such amount, the
PHA shall give the family written notice of
such denial, with a brief explanation of the
basis for the PHA determination of the
amount of imputed welfare income. Such
notice shall also state that if the family does
not agree with the PHA determination, the
family may request an informal hearing on
the determination under the PHA hearing
procedure.
(e) PHA relation with welfare agency. (1)
The PHA must ask welfare agencies to
inform the PHA of any specified welfare
benefits reduction for a family member, the
reason for such reduction, the term of any
such reduction, and any subsequent welfare
agency determination affecting the amount
or term of a specified welfare benefits
reduction. If the welfare agency determines
a specified welfare benefits reduction for a
family member, and gives the PHA written
notice of such reduction, the family's annual
incomes shall include the imputed welfare
income because of the specified welfare
benefits reduction.
(2) The PHA is responsible for
determining the amount of imputed welfare
income that is included in the family's
annual income as a result of a specified
welfare benefits reduction as determined by
the welfare agency, and specified in the
notice by the welfare agency to the PHA.
However, the PHA is not responsible for
determining whether a reduction of welfare
benefits by the welfare agency was correctly
determined by the welfare agency in
accordance with welfare program
requirements and procedures, nor for
providing the opportunity for review or
hearing on such welfare agency
determinations.
(3) Such welfare agency determinations
are the responsibility of the welfare agency,
and the family may seek appeal of such
determinations through the welfare agency's
normal due process procedures. The PHA
shall be entitled to rely on the welfare
agency notice to the PHA of the welfare
agency's determination of a specified
welfare benefits reduction.
{65 FR 16717, Mar. 29, 2000}
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Sec. 5.617 Self-sufficiency
incentives for persons with
disabilities--Disallowance of
increase in annual income.
(a) Applicable programs. The
disallowance of increase in annual income
provided by this section is applicable only to
the following programs: HOME Investment
Partnerships Program (24 CFR part 92);
Housing Opportunities for Persons with
AIDS (24 CFR part 574); Supportive
Housing Program (24 CFR part 583); and
the Housing Choice Voucher Program (24
CFR part 982).
(b) Definitions. The following definitions
apply for purposes of this section.
Disallowance. Exclusion from annual
income.
Previously unemployed includes a person
with disabilities who has earned, in the
twelve months previous to employment, no
more than would be received for 10 hours of
work per week for 50 weeks at the
established minimum wage.
Qualified family. A family residing in
housing assisted under one of the programs
listed in paragraph (a) of this section or
receiving tenant-based rental assistance
under one of the programs listed in
paragraph (a) of this section.
(1) Whose annual income increases as a
result of employment of a family member
who is a person with disabilities and who
was previously unemployed for one or more
years prior to employment;
(2) Whose annual income increases as a
result of increased earnings by a family
member who is a person with disabilities
during participation in any economic self-
sufficiency or other job training program; or
(3) Whose annual income increases, as a
result of new employment or increased
earnings of a family member who is a
person with disabilities, during or within six
months after receiving assistance, benefits or
services under any state program for
temporary assistance for needy families
funded under Part A of Title IV of the Social
Security Act, as determined by the
responsible entity in consultation with the
local agencies administering temporary
assistance for needy families (TANF) and
Welfare-to-Work (WTW) programs. The
TANF program is not limited to monthly
income maintenance, but also includes such
benefits and services as one-time payments,
wage subsidies and transportation
assistance-- provided that the total amount
over a six-month period is at least $500.
(c) Disallowance of increase in annual
income--(1) Initial twelve month exclusion.
During the cumulative twelve month period
beginning on the date a member who is a
person with disabilities of a qualified family
is first employed or the family first
experiences an increase in annual income
attributable to employment, the responsible
entity must exclude from annual income (as
defined in the regulations governing the
applicable program listed in paragraph (a) of
this section) of a qualified family any
increase in income of the family member
who is a person with disabilities as a result
of employment over prior income of that
family member.
(2) Second twelve month exclusion and
phase-in. During the second cumulative
twelve month period after the date a member
who is a person with disabilities of a
qualified family is first employed or the
family first experiences an increase in
annual income attributable to employment,
the responsible entity must exclude from
annual income of a qualified family fifty
percent of any increase in income of such
family member as a result of employment
over income of that family member prior to
the beginning of such employment.
(3) Maximum four year disallowance. The
disallowance of increased income of an
individual family member who is a person
with disabilities as provided in paragraph
(c)(1) or (c)(2) is limited to a lifetime 48
month period. The disallowance only applies
for a maximum of twelve months for
disallowance under paragraph (c)(1) and a
maximum of twelve months for
disallowance under paragraph (c)(2), during
the 48 month period starting from the initial
exclusion under paragraph (c)(1) of this
section.
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(d) Inapplicability to admission. The
disallowance of increases in income as a
result of employment of persons with
disabilities under this section does not apply
for purposes of admission to the program
(including the determination of income
eligibility or any income targeting that may
be applicable).
{66 FR 6223, Jan. 19, 2001, as amended
at 67 FR 6820, Feb. 13, 2002}
Family Payment
Sec. 5.628 Total tenant
payment.
(a) Determining total tenant payment
(TTP). Total tenant payment is the highest
of the following amounts, rounded to the
nearest dollar:
(1) 30 percent of the family's monthly
adjusted income;
(2) 10 percent of the family's monthly
income;
(3) If the family is receiving payments for
welfare assistance from a public agency and
a part of those payments, adjusted in
accordance with the family's actual housing
costs, is specifically designated by such
agency to meet the family's housing costs,
the portion of those payments which is so
designated; or
(4) The minimum rent, as determined in
accordance with Sec. 5.630.
(b) Determining TTP if family's welfare
assistance is ratably reduced. If the family's
welfare assistance is ratably reduced from
the standard of need by applying a
percentage, the amount calculated under
paragraph (a)(3) of this section is the
amount resulting from one application of the
percentage.
{65 FR 16718, Mar. 29, 2000}
Sec. 5.630 Minimum rent.
(a) Minimum rent. (1) The PHA must
charge a family no less than a minimum
monthly rent established by the responsible
entity, except as described in paragraph (b)
of this section.
(2) For the public housing program and
the section 8 moderate rehabilitation, and
certificate or voucher programs, the PHA
may establish a minimum rent of up to $50.
(3) For other section 8 programs, the
minimum rent is $25.
(b) Financial hardship exemption from
minimum rent. (1) When is family exempt
from minimum rent? The responsible entity
must grant an exemption from payment of
minimum rent if the family is unable to pay
the minimum rent because of financial
hardship, as described in the responsible
entity's written policies. Financial hardship
includes these situations:
(i) When the family has lost eligibility for
or is awaiting an eligibility determination for
a Federal, State, or local assistance program,
including a family that includes a member
who is a noncitizen lawfully admitted for
permanent residence under the Immigration
and Nationality Act who would be entitled
to public benefits but for title IV of the
Personal Responsibility and Work
Opportunity Act of 1996;
(ii) When the family would be evicted
because it is unable to pay the minimum
rent;
(iii) When the income of the family has
decreased because of changed
circumstances, including loss of
employment;
(iv) When a death has occurred in the
family; and
(v) Other circumstances determined by
the responsible entity or HUD.
(2) What happens if family requests a
hardship exemption? (i) Public housing. (A)
If a family requests a financial hardship
exemption, the PHA must suspend the
minimum rent requirement beginning the
month following the family's request for a
hardship exemption, and continuing until the
PHA determines whether there is a
qualifying financial hardship and whether it
is temporary or long term.
(B) The PHA must promptly determine
whether a qualifying hardship exists and
whether it is temporary or long term.
(C) The PHA may not evict the family for
nonpayment of minimum rent during the 90-
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day period beginning the month following
the family's request for a hardship
exemption.
(D) If the PHA determines that a
qualifying financial hardship is temporary,
the PHA must reinstate the minimum rent
from the beginning of the suspension of the
minimum rent. The PHA must offer the
family a reasonable repayment agreement,
on terms and conditions established by the
PHA, for the amount of back minimum rent
owed by the family.
(ii) All section 8 programs. (A) If a family
requests a financial hardship exemption, the
responsible entity must suspend the
minimum rent requirement beginning the
month following the family's request for a
hardship exemption until the responsible
entity determines whether there is a
qualifying financial hardship, and whether
such hardship is temporary or long term.
(B) The responsible entity must promptly
determine whether a qualifying hardship
exists and whether it is temporary or long
term.
(C) If the responsible entity determines
that a qualifying financial hardship is
temporary, the PHA must not impose the
minimum rent during the 90-day period
beginning the month following the date of
the family's request for a hardship
exemption. At the end of the 90-day
suspension period, the responsible entity
must reinstate the minimum rent from the
beginning of the suspension. The family
must be offered a reasonable repayment
agreement, on terms and conditions
established by the responsible entity, for the
amount of back rent owed by the family.
(iii) All programs. (A) If the responsible
entity determines there is no qualifying
financial hardship exemption, the
responsible entity must reinstate the
minimum rent, including back rent owed
from the beginning of the suspension. The
family must pay the back rent on terms and
conditions established by the responsible
entity.
(B) If the responsible entity determines a
qualifying financial hardship is long term,
the responsible entity must exempt the
family from the minimum rent requirements
so long as such hardship continues. Such
exemption shall apply from the beginning of
the month following the family's request for
a hardship exemption until the end of the
qualifying financial hardship.
(C) The financial hardship exemption
only applies to payment of the minimum
rent (as determined pursuant to Sec.
5.628(a)(4) and Sec. 5.630), and not to the
other elements used to calculate the total
tenant payment (as determined pursuant to
Sec. 5.628(a)(1), (a)(2) and (a)(3)).
(3) Public housing: Grievance hearing
concerning PHA denial of request for
hardship exemption. If a public housing
family requests a hearing under the PHA
grievance procedure, to review the PHA's
determination denying or limiting the
family's claim to a financial hardship
exemption, the family is not required to pay
any escrow deposit in order to obtain a
grievance hearing on such issues.
{65 FR 16718, Mar. 29, 2000}
Sec. 5.632 Utility
reimbursements.
(a) Applicability. This section is
applicable to:
(1) The Section 8 programs other than the
Section 8 voucher program (for distribution
of a voucher housing assistance payment
that exceeds rent to owner, see Sec.
982.514(b) of this title);
(2) A public housing family paying an
income-based rent (see Sec. 960.253 of this
title). (Utility reimbursement is not paid for
a public housing family that is paying a flat
rent.)
(b) Payment of utility reimbursement. (1)
The responsible entity pays a utility
reimbursement if the utility allowance (for
tenant-paid utilities) exceeds the amount of
the total tenant payment.
(2) In the public housing program (where
the family is paying an income-based rent),
the Section 8 moderate rehabilitation
program and the Section 8 certificate or
voucher program, the PHA may pay the
utility reimbursement either to the family or
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directly to the utility supplier to pay the
utility bill on behalf of the family. If the
PHA elects to pay the utility supplier, the
PHA must notify the family of the amount
paid to the utility supplier.
(3) In the other Section 8 programs, the
owner must pay the utility reimbursement
either:
(i) To the family, or
(ii) With consent of the family, to the
utility supplier to pay the utility bill on
behalf of the family.
{65 FR 16719, Mar. 29, 2000}
Sec. 5.634 Tenant rent.
(a) Section 8 programs. For Section 8
programs other than the Section 8 voucher
program, tenant rent is total tenant payment
minus any utility allowance.
(b) Public housing. See Sec. 960.253 of
this title for the determination of tenant rent.
{65 FR 16719, Mar. 29, 2000}
Section 8 Project-Based
Assistance: Occupancy
Requirements
Sec. 5.653 Section 8 project-
based assistance programs:
Admission--Income-eligibility
and income-targeting.
(a) Applicability. This section describes
requirements concerning income-eligibility
and income-targeting that apply to the
Section 8 project-based assistance programs,
except for the moderate rehabilitation and
the project-based certificate or voucher
programs.
(b) Who is eligible?
(1) Basic eligibility. An applicant must
meet all eligibility requirements in order to
receive housing assistance. At a minimum,
the applicant must be a family, as defined in
Sec. 5.403, and must be income-eligible, as
described in this section. Such eligible
applicants include single persons.
(2) Low income limit. No family other
than a low income family is eligible for
admission to the Section 8 project-based
assistance programs. (This paragraph (b)
does not apply to the Section 8 project-
based voucher program under part 983 of
this title.)
(c) Targeting to extremely low income
families. For each project assisted under a
contract for project-based assistance, of the
dwelling units that become available for
occupancy in any fiscal year that are assisted
under the contract, not less than 40 percent
shall be available for leasing only by
families that are extremely low income
families at the time of admission.
(d) Limitation on admission of non-very
low income families.
(1) Admission to units available before
October 1, 1981. Not more than 25 percent
of the Section 8 project-based dwelling units
that were available for occupancy under
Section 8 Housing Assistance Payments
Contracts effective before October 1, 1981
and that are leased on or after that date shall
be available for leasing by low income
families other than very low income
families. HUD reserves the right to limit the
admission of low income families other than
very low income families to these units.
(2) Admission to units available on or
after October 1, 1981. Not more than 15
percent of the Section 8 project-based
dwelling units that initially become
available for occupancy under Section 8
Housing Assistance Payments (HAP)
Contracts on or after October 1, 1981 shall
be available for leasing by low income
families other than families that are very low
income families at the time of admission to
the Section 8 program. Except with the prior
approval of HUD under paragraphs (d)(3)
and (d)(4) of this section, the owner may
only lease such units to very low income
families.
(3) Request for exception. A request by an
owner for approval of admission of low
income families other than very low income
families to section 8 project-based units
must state the basis for requesting the
exception and provide supporting data.
Bases for exceptions that may be considered
include the following:
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(i) Need for admission of a broader range
of tenants to preserve the financial or
management viability of a project because
there is an insufficient number of potential
applicants who are very low income
families;
(ii) Commitment of an owner to attaining
occupancy by families with a broad range of
incomes;
(iii) Project supervision by a State
Housing Finance Agency having a policy of
occupancy by families with a broad range of
incomes supported by evidence that the
Agency is pursuing this goal throughout its
assisted projects in the community, or a
project with financing through Section 11(b)
of the 1937 Act (42 U.S.C. 1437i) or under
Section 103 of the Internal Revenue Code
(26 U.S.C. 103); and
(iv) Low-income families that otherwise
would be displaced from a Section 8 project.
(4) Action on request for exception.
Whether to grant any request for exception
is a matter committed by law to HUD's
discretion, and no implication is intended to
be created that HUD will seek to grant
approvals up to the maximum limits
permitted by statute, nor is any presumption
of an entitlement to an exception created by
the specification of certain grounds for
exception that HUD may consider. HUD
will review exceptions granted to owners at
regular intervals. HUD may withdraw
permission to exercise those exceptions for
program applicants at any time that
exceptions are not being used or after a
periodic review, based on the findings of the
review.
(e) Income used for eligibility and
targeting. Family annual income (see Sec.
5.609) is used both for determination of
income-eligibility and for income-targeting
under this section.
(f) Reporting. The Section 8 owner must
comply with HUD-prescribed reporting
requirements, including income reporting
requirements that will permit HUD to
maintain the data necessary to monitor
compliance with income-eligibility and
income-targeting requirements.
{65 FR 16719, Mar. 29, 2000}
Sec. 5.655 Section 8 project-
based assistance programs:
Owner preferences in selection
for a project or unit.
(a) Applicability. This section applies to
the section 8 project- based assistance
programs. The section describes
requirements concerning the Section 8
owner's selection of residents to occupy a
project or unit, except for the moderate
rehabilitation and the project-based
certificate or voucher programs.
(b) Selection. (1) Selection for owner's
project or unit. Selection for occupancy of a
project or unit is the function of the Section
8 owner. However, selection is subject to the
income-eligibility and income-targeting
requirements in Sec. 5.653.
(2) Tenant selection plan. The owner must
adopt a written tenant selection plan in
accordance with HUD requirements.
(3) Amount of income. The owner may
not select a family for occupancy of a
project or unit in an order different from the
order on the owner's waiting list for the
purpose of selecting a relatively higher
income family. However, an owner may
select a family for occupancy of a project or
unit based on its income in order to satisfy
the targeting requirements of Sec. 5.653(c).
(4) Selection for particular unit. In
selecting a family to occupy a particular
unit, the owner may match family
characteristics with the type of unit
available, for example, number of bedrooms.
If a unit has special accessibility features for
persons with disabilities, the owner must
first offer the unit to families which include
persons with disabilities who require such
features (see Secs. 8.27 and 100.202 of this
title).
(5) Housing assistance limitation for
single persons. A single person who is not
an elderly or displaced person, a person with
disabilities, or the remaining member of a
resident family may not be provided a
housing unit with two or more bedrooms.
(c) Particular owner preferences. The
owner must inform all applicants about
available preferences and must give
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applicants an opportunity to show that they
qualify for available preferences.
(1) Residency requirements or
preferences. (i) Residency requirements are
prohibited. Although the owner is not
prohibited from adopting a residency
preference, the owner may only adopt or
implement residency preferences in
accordance with non-discrimination and
equal opportunity requirements listed at Sec.
5.105(a).
(ii) A residency preference is a preference
for admission of persons who reside in a
specified geographic area (``residency
preference area'').
(iii) An owner's residency preference
must be approved by HUD in one of the
following methods:
(A) Prior approval of the housing market
area in the Affirmative Fair Housing
Marketing plan (in accordance with Sec.
108.25 of this title) as a residency preference
area;
(B) Prior approval of the residency
preference area in the PHA plan of the
jurisdiction in which the project is located;
(C) Modification of the Affirmative Fair
Housing Marketing Plan, in accordance with
Sec. 108.25 of this title,
(iv) Use of a residency preference may
not have the purpose or effect of delaying or
otherwise denying admission to a project or
unit based on the race, color, ethnic origin,
gender, religion, disability, or age of any
member of an applicant family.
(v) A residency preference must not be
based on how long an applicant has resided
or worked in a residency preference area.
(vi) Applicants who are working or who
have been notified that they are hired to
work in a residency preference area must be
treated as residents of the residency
preference area. The owner may treat
graduates of, or active participants in,
education and training programs in a
residency preference area as residents of the
residency preference area if the education or
training program is designed to prepare
individuals for the job market.
(2) Preference for working families. (i)
The owner may adopt a preference for
admission of working families (families
where the head, spouse or sole member is
employed). However, an applicant shall be
given the benefit of the working family
preference if the head and spouse, or sole
member, is age 62 or older, or is a person
with disabilities.
(ii) If the owner adopts a preference for
admission of working families, the owner
must not give a preference based on the
amount of earned income.
(3) Preference for person with disabilities.
The owner may adopt a preference for
admission of families that include a person
with disabilities. However, the owner may
not adopt a preference for admission of
persons with a specific disability.
(4) Preference for victims of domestic
violence. The owner should consider
whether to adopt a preference for admission
of families that include victims of domestic
violence.
(5) Preference for single persons who are
elderly, displaced, homeless or persons with
disabilities over other single persons. The
owner may adopt a preference for admission
of single persons who are age 62 or older,
displaced, homeless, or persons with
disabilities over other single persons.
{65 FR 16720, Mar. 29, 2000}
Sec. 5.657 Section 8 project-
based assistance programs:
Reexamination of family
income and composition.
(a) Applicability. This section states
requirements for reexamination of family
income and composition in the Section 8
project- based assistance programs, except
for the moderate rehabilitation and the
project-based certificate or voucher
programs.
(b) Regular reexamination. The owner
must conduct a reexamination and
redetermination of family income and
composition at least annually.
(c) Interim reexaminations. A family may
request an interim reexamination of family
income because of any changes since the
last examination. The owner must make the
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interim reexamination within a reasonable
time after the family request. The owner
may adopt policies prescribing when and
under what conditions the family must
report a change in family income or
composition.
{65 FR 16720, Mar. 29, 2000}
Sec. 5.659 Family information
and verification.
(a) Applicability. This section states
requirements for reexamination of family
income and composition in the Section 8
project- based assistance programs, except
for the moderate rehabilitation program and
the project-based certificate or voucher
programs.
(b) Family obligation to supply
information. (1) The family must supply any
information that HUD or the owner
determines is necessary in administration of
the Section 8 program, including submission
of required evidence of citizenship or
eligible immigration status (as provided by
part 5, subpart E of this title). ``Information''
includes any requested certification, release
or other documentation.
(2) The family must supply any
information requested by the owner or HUD
for use in a regularly scheduled
reexamination or an interim reexamination
of family income and composition in
accordance with HUD requirements.
(3) For requirements concerning the
following, see part 5, subpart B of this title:
(i) Family verification and disclosure of
social security numbers;
(ii) Family execution and submission of
consent forms for obtaining wage and claim
information from State Wage Information
Collection Agencies (SWICAs).
(4) Any information supplied by the
family must be true and complete.
(c) Family release and consent. (1) As a
condition of admission to or continued
occupancy of a unit with Section 8
assistance, the owner must require the
family head, and such other family members
as the owner designates, to execute a HUD-
approved release and consent form
(including any release and consent as
required under Sec. 5.230 of this title)
authorizing any depository or private source
of income, or any Federal, State or local
agency, to furnish or release to the owner or
HUD such information as the owner or
HUD determines to be necessary.
(2) The use or disclosure of information
obtained from a family or from another
source pursuant to this release and consent
shall be limited to purposes directly
connected with administration of the Section
8 program.
(d) Owner responsibility for verification.
The owner must obtain and document in the
family file third party verification of the
following factors, or must document in the
file why third party verification was not
available:
(1) Reported family annual income;
(2) The value of assets;
(3) Expenses related to deductions from
annual income; and
(4) Other factors that affect the
determination of adjusted income.
{65 FR 16721, Mar. 29, 2000}
Sec. 5.661 Section 8 project-
based assistance programs:
Approval for police or other
security personnel to live in
project.
(a) Applicability. This section describes
when a Section 8 owner may lease a Section
8 unit to police or other security personnel
with continued Section 8 assistance for the
unit. This section applies to the Section 8
project-based assistance programs.
(b) Terms. (1) Security personnel means:
(i) A police officer, or
(ii) A qualified security professional, with
adequate training and experience to provide
security services for project residents.
(2) Police officer means a person
employed on a full-time basis as a duly
licensed professional police officer by a
Federal, State or local government or by any
agency of these governments.
(3) Security includes the protection of
project residents, including resident project
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management from criminal or other activity
that is a threat to person or property, or that
arouses fears of such threat.
(c) Owner application. (1) The owner may
submit a written application to the contract
administrator (PHA or HUD) for approval to
lease an available unit in a Section 8 project
to security personnel who would not
otherwise be eligible for Section 8
assistance, for the purpose of increasing
security for Section 8 families residing in
the project. (2) The owner's application must
include the following information:
(i) A description of criminal activities in
the project and the surrounding community,
and the effect of criminal activity on the
security of project residents.
(ii) Qualifications of security personnel
who will reside in the project, and the period
of residence by such personnel. How owner
proposes to check backgrounds and
qualifications of any security personnel who
will reside in the project.
(iii) Full disclosure of any family
relationship between the owner and any
security personnel. For this purpose,
``owner'' includes a principal or other
interested party.
(iv) How residence by security personnel
in a project unit will increase security for
Section 8 assisted families residing in the
project.
(v) The amount payable monthly as rent
to the unit owner by security personnel
residing in the project (including a
description of how this amount is
determined), and the amount of any other
compensation by the owner to such resident
security personnel.
(vi) The terms of occupancy by such
security personnel. The lease by owner to
the approved security personnel may
provide that occupancy of the unit is
authorized only while the security personnel
is satisfactorily performing any agreed
responsibilities and functions for project
security.
(vii) Other information as requested by
the contract administrator.
(d) Action by contract administrator. (1)
The contract administrator shall have
discretion to approve or disapprove owner's
application, and to impose conditions for
approval of occupancy by security personnel
in a section 8 project unit.
(2) Notice of approval by the contract
administrator shall specify the term of such
approved occupancy. Such approval may be
withdrawn at the discretion of the contract
administrator, for example, if the contract
administrator determines that such
occupancy is not providing adequate
security benefits as proposed in the owner's
application; or that security benefits from
such occupancy are not a sufficient return
for program costs.
(e) Housing assistance payment and rent.
(1) During approved occupancy by security
personnel as provided in this section, the
amount of the monthly housing assistance
payment to the owner shall be equal to the
contract rent (as determined in accordance
with the HAP contract and HUD
requirements) minus the amount (as
approved by the contract administrator) of
rent payable monthly as rent to the unit
owner by such security personnel. The
owner shall bear the risk of collecting such
rent from such security personnel, and the
amount of the housing assistance payment
shall not be increased because of non-
payment by such security personnel. The
owner shall not be entitled to receive any
vacancy payment for the period following
occupancy by such security personnel.
(2) In approving the amount of monthly
rent payable by security personnel for
occupancy of a contract unit, the contract
administrator may consider whether security
services to be performed are an adequate
return for housing assistance payments on
the unit, or whether the cost of security
services should be borne by the owner from
other project income.
{65 FR 16721, Mar. 29, 2000}
Effective Date Note: At 65 FR 16721,
Mar. 29, 2000, Sec. 5.661 was added. This
section contains information collection and
recordkeeping requirements and will not
become effective until approval has been
given by the Office of Management and
Budget.
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Subpart G--Physical
Condition Standards and
Inspection Requirements
Sec. 5.701 Applicability.
Source: 63 FR 46577, Sept. 1, 1998,
unless otherwise noted.
(a) This subpart applies to housing
assisted under the HUD programs listed in
24 CFR 200.853(a).
(b) This subpart applies to housing with
mortgages insured or held by HUD, or
housing that is receiving assistance from
HUD, under the programs listed in 24 CFR
200.853(b).
(c) This subpart also applies to Public
Housing (housing receiving assistance under
the U.S. Housing Act of 1937, other than
under section 8 of the Act).
(d) For purposes of this subpart, the term
``HUD housing'' means the types of housing
listed in paragraphs (a), (b), and (c) of this
section.
{63 FR 46577, Sept. 1, 1998, as amended
at 65 FR 77240, Dec. 8, 2000}
Sec. 5.703 Physical
condition standards for HUD
housing that is decent, safe,
sanitary and in good repair
(DSS/GR).
HUD housing must be decent, safe,
sanitary and in good repair. Owners of
housing described in Sec. 5.701(a),
mortgagors of housing described in Sec.
5.701(b), and PHAs and other entities
approved by HUD owning housing
described in Sec. 5.701(c), must maintain
such housing in a manner that meets the
physical condition standards set forth in this
section in order to be considered decent,
safe, sanitary and in good repair. These
standards address the major areas of the
HUD housing: the site; the building exterior;
the building systems; the dwelling units; the
common areas; and health and safety
considerations.
(a) Site. The site components, such as
fencing and retaining walls, grounds,
lighting, mailboxes/project signs, parking
lots/driveways, play areas and equipment,
refuse disposal, roads, storm drainage and
walkways must be free of health and safety
hazards and be in good repair. The site must
not be subject to material adverse
conditions, such as abandoned vehicles,
dangerous walks or steps, poor drainage,
septic tank back-ups, sewer hazards, excess
accumulations of trash, vermin or rodent
infestation or fire hazards.
(b) Building exterior. Each building on
the site must be structurally sound, secure,
habitable, and in good repair. Each
building's doors, fire escapes, foundations,
lighting, roofs, walls, and windows, where
applicable, must be free of health and safety
hazards, operable, and in good repair.
(c) Building systems. Each building's
domestic water, electrical system, elevators,
emergency power, fire protection, HVAC,
and sanitary system must be free of health
and safety hazards, functionally adequate,
operable, and in good repair.
(d) Dwelling units. (1) Each dwelling unit
within a building must be structurally sound,
habitable, and in good repair. All areas and
aspects of the dwelling unit (for example,
the unit's bathroom, call-for-aid (if
applicable), ceiling, doors, electrical
systems, floors, hot water heater, HVAC
(where individual units are provided),
kitchen, lighting, outlets/switches,
patio/porch/balcony, smoke detectors, stairs,
walls, and windows) must be free of health
and safety hazards, functionally adequate,
operable, and in good repair.
(2) Where applicable, the dwelling unit
must have hot and cold running water,
including an adequate source of potable
water (note for example that single room
occupancy units need not contain water
facilities).
(3) If the dwelling unit includes its own
sanitary facility, it must be in proper
operating condition, usable in privacy, and
adequate for personal hygiene and the
disposal of human waste.
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(4) The dwelling unit must include at least
one battery-operated or hard-wired smoke
detector, in proper working condition, on
each level of the unit.
(e) Common areas. The common areas
must be structurally sound, secure, and
functionally adequate for the purposes
intended. The basement/garage/carport,
restrooms, closets, utility, mechanical,
community rooms, day care, halls/corridors,
stairs, kitchens, laundry rooms, office,
porch, patio, balcony, and trash collection
areas, if applicable, must be free of health
and safety hazards, operable, and in good
repair. All common area ceilings, doors,
floors, HVAC, lighting, outlets/switches,
smoke detectors, stairs, walls, and windows,
to the extent applicable, must be free of
health and safety hazards, operable, and in
good repair. These standards for common
areas apply, to a varying extent, to all HUD
housing, but will be particularly relevant to
congregate housing, independent group
homes/residences, and single room
occupancy units, in which the individual
dwelling units (sleeping areas) do not
contain kitchen and/or bathroom facilities.
(f) Health and safety concerns. All areas
and components of the housing must be free
of health and safety hazards. These areas
include, but are not limited to, air quality,
electrical hazards, elevators, emergency/fire
exits, flammable materials, garbage and
debris, handrail hazards, infestation, and
lead-based paint. For example, the buildings
must have fire exits that are not blocked and
have hand rails that are undamaged and have
no other observable deficiencies. The
housing must have no evidence of
infestation by rats, mice, or other vermin, or
of garbage and debris. The housing must
have no evidence of electrical hazards,
natural hazards, or fire hazards. The
dwelling units and common areas must have
proper ventilation and be free of mold, odor
(e.g., propane, natural gas, methane gas), or
other observable deficiencies. The housing
must comply with all requirements related to
the evaluation and reduction of lead-based
paint hazards and have available proper
certifications of such (see 24 CFR part 35).
(g) Compliance with State and local
codes. The physical condition standards in
this section do not supersede or preempt
State and local codes for building and
maintenance with which HUD housing must
comply. HUD housing must continue to
adhere to these codes.
Sec. 5.705 Uniform physical
inspection requirements.
Any entity responsible for conducting a
physical inspection of HUD housing, to
determine compliance with this subpart,
must inspect such HUD housing annually in
accordance with HUD-prescribed physical
inspection procedures. The inspection must
be conducted annually unless the program
regulations governing the housing provide
otherwise or unless HUD has provided
otherwise by notice.
{65 FR 77240, Dec. 8, 2000}
Subpart H--Uniform Financial
Reporting Standards
Sec. 5.801 Uniform financial
reporting standards.
(a) Applicability. This subpart H
implements uniform financial reporting
standards for:
(1) Public housing agencies (PHAs)
receiving assistance under sections 5, 9, or
14 of the 1937 Act (42 U.S.C. 1437c, 1437g,
and 1437l) (Public Housing);
(2) PHAs as contract administrators for
any Section 8 project-based or tenant-based
housing assistance payments program,
which includes assistance under the
following programs:
(i) Section 8 project-based housing
assistance payments programs, including,
but not limited to, the Section 8 New
Construction, Substantial Rehabilitation,
Loan Management Set-Aside, Property
Disposition, and Moderate Rehabilitation
(including the Single Room Occupancy
program for homeless individuals);
(ii) Section 8 Project-Based Certificate
programs;
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(iii) Any program providing Section 8
project-based renewal contracts; and
(iv) Section 8 tenant-based assistance
under the Section 8 Certificate and Voucher
program.
(3) Owners of housing assisted under any
Section 8 project-based housing assistance
payments program:
(i) Including, but not limited to, the
Section 8 New Construction, Substantial
Rehabilitation, Loan Management Set-
Aside, and Property Disposition programs;
(ii) Excluding the Section 8 Moderate
Rehabilitation Program (which includes the
Single Room Occupancy program for
homeless individuals) and the Section 8
Project-Based Certificate Program;
(4) Owners of multifamily projects
receiving direct or indirect assistance from
HUD, or with mortgages insured, coinsured,
or held by HUD, including but not limited to
housing under the following HUD
programs:
(i) Section 202 Program of Supportive
Housing for the Elderly;
(ii) Section 811 Program of Supportive
Housing for Persons with Disabilities;
(iii) Section 202 loan program for projects
for the elderly and handicapped (including
202/8 projects and 202/162 projects);
(iv) Section 207 of the National Housing
Act (NHA) (12 U.S.C. 1701 et seq.) (Rental
Housing Insurance);
(v) Section 213 of the NHA (Cooperative
Housing Insurance);
(vi) Section 220 of the NHA
(Rehabilitation and Neighborhood
Conservation Housing Insurance);
(vii) Section 221(d) (3) and (5) of the
NHA (Housing for Moderate Income and
Displaced Families);
(viii) Section 221(d)(4) of the NHA
(Housing for Moderate Income and
Displaced Families);
(ix) Section 231 of the NHA (Housing for
Elderly Persons);
(x) Section 232 of the NHA (Mortgage
Insurance for Nursing Homes, Intermediate
Care Facilities, Board and Care Homes);
(xi) Section 234(d) of the NHA (Rental)
(Mortgage Insurance for Condominiums);
(xii) Section 236 of the NHA (Rental and
Cooperative Housing for Lower Income
Families);
(xiii) Section 241 of the NHA
(Supplemental Loans for Multifamily
Projects); and
(5) HUD-approved Title I and Title II
nonsupervised lenders, nonsupervised
mortgagees, and loan correspondents.
(b) Submission of financial information.
Entities (or individuals) to which this
subpart is applicable must provide to HUD,
on an annual basis, such financial
information as required by HUD. This
financial information must be:
(1) Prepared in accordance with Generally
Accepted Accounting Principles as further
defined by HUD in supplementary guidance;
(2) Submitted electronically to HUD
through the internet, or in such other
electronic format designated by HUD, or in
such non-electronic format as HUD may
allow if the burden or cost of electronic
reporting is determined by HUD to be
excessive; and
(3) Submitted in such form and substance
as prescribed by HUD.
(c) Annual financial report filing dates.
(1) For entities listed in paragraphs (a)(1)
and (2) of this section, the financial
information to be submitted to HUD in
accordance with paragraph (b) of this
section, must be submitted to HUD
annually, no later than 60 days after the end
of the fiscal year of the reporting period, and
as otherwise provided by law (for public
housing agencies, see also 24 CFR 903.33).
(2) For entities listed in paragraphs (a)(3)
and (4) of this section, the financial
information to be submitted to HUD in
accordance with paragraph (b) of this
section, must be submitted to HUD
annually, no later than 90 days after the end
of the fiscal year of the reporting period, and
as otherwise provided by law.
(3) For those entities listed in paragraph
(a)(5) of this section, the financial
information to be submitted to HUD in
accordance with paragraph (b) of this
section must be submitted to HUD annually,
no later than 90 days after the end of the
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fiscal year (or within an extended time if an
extension is granted at the sole discretion of
the Secretary). An extension request must be
received no earlier than 45 days and no later
than 15 days prior to the submission
deadline.
(d) Reporting compliance dates. Entities
(or individuals) that are subject to the
reporting requirements in this section must
commence compliance with these
requirements as follows:
(1) For PHAs listed in paragraphs (a)(1)
and (a)(2) of this section, the requirements
of this section will begin with those PHAs
with fiscal years ending September 30, 1999
and later. Unaudited financial statements
will be required 60 days after the PHA's
fiscal year end, and audited financial
statements will then be required no later
than 9 months after the PHA's fiscal year
end, in accordance with the Single Audit Act
and OMB Circular A-133 (See 24 CFR
84.26). A PHA with a fiscal year ending
September 30, 1999 that elects to submit its
unaudited financial report earlier than the
due date of November 30, 1999 must submit
its report as required in this section. On or
after September 30, 1998, but prior to
November 30, 1999 (except for a PHA with
its fiscal year ending September 30, 1999),
PHAs may submit their financial reports in
accordance with this section.
(2) For entities listed in paragraphs (a)(3)
and (a)(4) of this section, the requirements
of this section will begin with those entities
with fiscal years ending December 31, 1998
and later. Entities listed in paragraphs (a)(3)
and (a)(4) of this section with fiscal years
ending December 31, 1998 that elect to
submit their reports earlier than the due date
must submit their financial reports as
required in this section. On or after
September 30, 1998 but prior to January 1,
1999, these entities may submit their
financial reports in accordance with this
section.
(3) The requirements of this section apply
to the entities listed in paragraph (a)(5) of
this section with fiscal years ending on or
after September 30, 2002. Audited financial
statements submitted by lenders with fiscal
years ending before September 30, 2002,
may either be submitted in paper or
electronically at the lenders' option. Audited
financial statements submitted by lenders
with fiscal years ending on or after
September 30, 2002, must be submitted
electronically.
(e) Limitation on changing fiscal years.
To allow for a period of consistent
assessment of the financial reports submitted
to HUD under this subpart part, PHAs listed
in paragraphs (a)(1) and (a)(2) of this
section will not be allowed to change their
fiscal years for their first three full fiscal
years following October 1, 1998.
(f) Responsibility for submission of
financial report. The responsibility for
submission of the financial report due to
HUD under this section rests with the
individuals and entities listed in paragraph
(a) of this section.
{63 FR 46591, Sept. 1, 1998, as amended
at 64 FR 1505, Jan. 11, 1999; 64 FR 33755,
June 24, 1999; 65 FR 16295, Mar. 27, 2000;
67 FR 53451, Aug. 15, 2002}
Subpart I--Preventing Crime
in Federally Assisted
Housing--Denying Admission
and Terminating Tenancy for
Criminal Activity or Alcohol
Abuse
Sec. 5.850 Which subsidized
housing is covered by this
subpart?
Source: 66 FR 28792, May 24, 2001,
unless otherwise noted. General
(a) If you are the owner of federally
assisted housing, your federally assisted
housing is covered, except as provided in
paragraph (b) or (c) of this section.
(b) If you are operating public housing,
this subpart does not apply, but similar
provisions applicable to public housing units
are found in parts 960 and 966 of this title. If
you administer tenant-based assistance
under Section 8 or you are the owner of
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housing assisted with tenant-based
assistance under Section 8, this subpart does
not apply to you, but similar provisions that
do apply are located in part 982 of this title.
(c) If you own or administer housing
assisted by the Rural Housing
Administration under section 514 or section
515 of the Housing Act of 1949, this subpart
does not apply to you.
Sec. 5.851 What authority do I
have to screen applicants and
to evict tenants?
{This section does not apply to Public
Housing or Section 8, per 25 CFR 5.850,
and therefore is not reprinted here.}
Sec. 5.852 What discretion do I
have in screening and eviction
actions?
{This section does not apply to Public
Housing or Section 8, per 25 CFR 5.850,
and therefore is not reprinted here.}
Sec. 5.853 Definitions.
{This section does not apply to Public
Housing or Section 8, per 25 CFR 5.850,
and therefore is not reprinted here.}
Denying Admissions
{This section does not apply to Public
Housing or Section 8, per 25 CFR 5.850,
and therefore is not reprinted here.}
Sec. 5.854 When must I
prohibit admission of
individuals who have engaged
in drug-related criminal
activity?
{This section does not apply to Public
Housing or Section 8, per 25 CFR 5.850,
and therefore is not reprinted here.}
Sec. 5.855 When am I
specifically authorized to
prohibit admission of
individuals who have engaged
in criminal activity?
{This section does not apply to Public
Housing or Section 8, per 25 CFR 5.850,
and therefore is not reprinted here.}
Sec. 5.856 When must I
prohibit admission of sex
offenders?
{This section does not apply to Public
Housing or Section 8, per 25 CFR 5.850,
and therefore is not reprinted here.}
Sec. 5.857 When must I
prohibit admission of alcohol
abusers?
{This section does not apply to Public
Housing or Section 8, per 25 CFR 5.850,
and therefore is not reprinted here.}
Terminating Tenancy
{This section does not apply to Public
Housing or Section 8, per 25 CFR 5.850,
and therefore is not reprinted here.}
Sec. 5.858 What authority do I
have to evict drug criminals?
{This section does not apply to Public
Housing or Section 8, per 25 CFR 5.850,
and therefore is not reprinted here.}
Sec. 5.859 When am I
specifically authorized to evict
other criminals?
(a) Threat to other residents. The lease
must provide that the owner may terminate
tenancy for any of the following types of
criminal activity by a covered person:
(1) Any criminal activity that threatens
the health, safety, or right to peaceful
enjoyment of the premises by other residents
(including property management staff
residing on the premises); or
(2) Any criminal activity that threatens
the health, safety, or right to peaceful
enjoyment of their residences by persons
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residing in the immediate vicinity of the
premises.
(b) Fugitive felon or parole violator. The
lease must provide that you may terminate
the tenancy during the term of the lease if a
tenant is:
(1) Fleeing to avoid prosecution, or
custody or confinement after conviction, for
a crime, or attempt to commit a crime, that
is a felony under the laws of the place from
which the individual flees, or that, in the
case of the State of New Jersey, is a high
misdemeanor; or
(2) Violating a condition of probation or
parole imposed under Federal or State law.
Sec. 5.860 When am I
specifically authorized to evict
alcohol abusers?
{This section does not apply to Public
Housing or Section 8, per 25 CFR 5.850,
and therefore is not reprinted here.}
Sec. 5.861 What evidence of
criminal activity must I have to
evict?
{This section does not apply to Public
Housing or Section 8, per 25 CFR 5.850,
and therefore is not reprinted here.}
Subpart J--Access to Criminal
Records and Information
Sec. 5.901 To what criminal
records and searches does this
subpart apply?
Source: 66 FR 28794, May 24, 2001,
unless otherwise noted.
(a) General criminal records searches.
This subpart applies to criminal conviction
background checks by PHAs that administer
the Section 8 and public housing programs
when they obtain criminal conviction
records, under the authority of section 6(q)
of the 1937 Act (42 U.S.C. 1437d(q)), from
a law enforcement agency to prevent
admission of criminals to public housing and
Section 8 housing and to assist in lease
enforcement and eviction.
(b) Sex offender registration records
searches. This subpart applies to PHAs that
administer the Section 8 and public housing
programs when they obtain sex offender
registration information from State and local
agencies, under the authority of 42 U.S.C.
13663, to prevent admission of dangerous
sex offenders to federally assisted housing.
(c) Excluded records searches. The
provisions of this subpart do not apply to
criminal conviction information or sex
offender information searches by a PHA or
others of information from law enforcement
agencies or other sources other than as
provided under this subpart.
Sec. 5.902 Definitions.
(a) Terms found elsewhere. The following
terms used in this subpart are defined in
subpart A of this part: 1937 Act, drug,
federally assisted housing, household, HUD,
public housing, public housing agency
(PHA), Section 8.
(b) Additional terms used in this subpart
are as follows:
Adult. A person who is 18 years of age or
older, or who has been convicted of a crime
as an adult under any Federal, State, or tribal
law.
Covered housing. Public housing, project-
based assistance under section 8 (including
new construction and substantial
rehabilitation projects), and tenant-based
assistance under section 8.
Law enforcement agency. The National
Crime Information Center (NCIC), police
departments and other law enforcement
agencies that hold criminal conviction
records.
Owner. The owner of federally assisted
housing.
Responsible entity. For the public housing
program, the Section 8 tenant-based
assistance program (part 982 of this title),
the Section 8 project-based certificate or
project-based voucher program (part 983 of
this title), and the Section 8 moderate
rehabilitation program (part 882 of this
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title), responsible entity means the PHA
administering the program under an Annual
Contributions Contract with HUD. For all
other Section 8 programs, responsible entity
means the Section 8 owner.
Sec. 5.903 What special
authority is there to obtain
access to criminal records?
(a) Authority. If you are a PHA that
administers the Section 8 program and/or the
public housing program, this section
authorizes you to obtain criminal conviction
records from a law enforcement agency, as
defined in Sec. 5.902. You may use the
criminal conviction records that you obtain
from a law enforcement agency under the
authority of this section to screen applicants
for admission to covered housing programs
and for lease enforcement or eviction of
families residing in public housing or
receiving Section 8 project-based assistance.
(b) Consent for release of criminal
conviction records. (1) In order to obtain
access to records under this section, as a
responsible entity you must require every
applicant family to submit a consent form
signed by each adult household member.
(2) By execution of the consent form, an
adult household member consents that:
(i) Any law enforcement agency may
release criminal conviction records
concerning the household member to a PHA
in accordance with this section;
(ii) The PHA may receive the criminal
conviction records from a law enforcement
agency, and may use the records in
accordance with this section.
(c) Procedure for PHA. (1) When the law
enforcement agency receives your request,
the law enforcement agency must promptly
release to you a certified copy of any
criminal conviction records concerning the
household member in the possession or
control of the law enforcement agency.
NCIC records must be provided in
accordance with NCIC procedures.
(2) The law enforcement agency may
charge you a reasonable fee for releasing
criminal conviction records.
(d) Owner access to criminal records--(1)
General. (i) If an owner submits a request to
the PHA for criminal records concerning an
adult member of an applicant or resident
household, in accordance with the
provisions of paragraph (d) of this section,
the PHA must request the criminal
conviction records from the appropriate law
enforcement agency or agencies, as
determined by the PHA.
(ii) If the PHA receives criminal
conviction records requested by an owner,
the PHA must determine whether criminal
action by a household member, as shown by
such criminal conviction records, may be a
basis for applicant screening, lease
enforcement or eviction, as applicable in
accordance with HUD regulations and the
owner criteria.
(iii) The PHA must notify the owner
whether the PHA has received criminal
conviction records concerning the household
member, and of its determination whether
such criminal conviction records may be a
basis for applicant screening, lease
enforcement or eviction. However, except as
provided in paragraph (e)(2)(ii) of this
section, the PHA must not disclose the
household member's criminal conviction
record or the content of that record to the
owner.
(2) Screening. If you are an owner of
covered housing, you may request that the
PHA in the jurisdiction of the property
obtain criminal conviction records of an
adult household member from a law
enforcement agency on your behalf for the
purpose of screening applicants.
(i) Your request must include a copy of
the consent form, signed by the household
member.
(ii) Your request must include your
standards for prohibiting admission of drug
criminals in accordance with Sec. 5.854, and
for prohibiting admission of other criminals
in accordance with Sec. 5.855.
(3) Eviction or lease enforcement. If you
are an owner of a unit with Section 8
project-based assistance, you may request
that the PHA in the location of the project
obtain criminal conviction records of a
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household member from an appropriate law
enforcement agency on your behalf in
connection with lease enforcement or
eviction.
(i) Your request must include a copy of
the consent form, signed by the household
member.
(ii) If you intend to use the PHA
determination regarding any such criminal
conviction records in connection with
eviction, your request must include your
standards for evicting drug criminals in
accordance with Sec. 5.857, and for evicting
other criminals in accordance with Sec.
5.858.
(iii) If you intend to use the PHA
determination regarding any such criminal
conviction records for lease enforcement
other than eviction, your request must
include your standards for lease enforcement
because of criminal activity by members of
a household.
(4) Fees. If an owner requests a PHA to
obtain criminal conviction records in
accordance with this section, the PHA may
charge the owner reasonable fees for making
the request on behalf of the owner and for
taking other actions for the owner. The PHA
may require the owner to reimburse costs
incurred by the PHA, including
reimbursement of any fees charged to the
PHA by the law enforcement agency, the
PHA's own related staff and administrative
costs. The owner may not pass along to the
applicant or tenant the costs of a criminal
records check.
(e) Permitted use and disclosure of
criminal conviction records received by
PHA--(1) Use of records. Criminal
conviction records received by a PHA from
a law enforcement agency in accordance
with this section may only be used for the
following purposes:
(i) Applicant screening. (A) PHA
screening of applicants for admission to
public housing (part 960 of this title);
(B) PHA screening of applicants for
admission to the Housing Choice Voucher
Program (section 8 tenant-based assistance)
(part 982 of this title);
(C) PHA screening of applicants for
admission to the Section 8 moderate
rehabilitation program (part 882 of this
title); or the Section 8 project-based
certificate or project-based voucher program
(part 983 of this title); or
(D) PHA screening concerning criminal
conviction of applicants for admission to
Section 8 project-based assistance, at the
request of the owner. (For requirements
governing use of criminal conviction records
obtained by a PHA at the request of a
Section 8 owner under this section, see
paragraph (d) of this section.)
(ii) Lease enforcement and eviction. (A)
PHA enforcement of public housing leases
and PHA eviction of public housing
residents;
(B) Enforcement of leases by a Section 8
project owner and eviction of residents by a
Section 8 project owner. (However, criminal
conviction records received by a PHA from
a law enforcement agency under this section
may not be used for lease enforcement or
eviction of residents receiving Section 8
tenant-based assistance.)
(2) PHA disclosure of records. (i) A PHA
may disclose the criminal conviction records
which the PHA receives from a law
enforcement agency only as follows:
(A) To officers or employees of the PHA,
or to authorized representatives of the PHA
who have a job-related need to have access
to the information. For example, if the PHA
is seeking to evict a public housing tenant on
the basis of criminal activity as shown in
criminal conviction records provided by a
law enforcement agency, the records may be
disclosed to PHA employees performing
functions related to the eviction, or to a PHA
hearing officer conducting an administrative
grievance hearing concerning the proposed
eviction.
(B) To the owner for use in connection
with judicial eviction proceedings by the
owner to the extent necessary in connection
with a judicial eviction proceeding. For
example, criminal conviction records may
be included in pleadings or other papers
filed in an eviction action, may be disclosed
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to parties to the action or the court, and may
be filed in court or offered as evidence.
(ii) This disclosure may be made only if
the following conditions are satisfied:
(A) If the PHA has determined that
criminal activity by the household member
as shown by such records received from a
law enforcement agency may be a basis for
eviction from a Section 8 unit; and
(B) If the owner certifies in writing that it
will use the criminal conviction records only
for the purpose and only to the extent
necessary to seek eviction in a judicial
proceeding of a Section 8 tenant based on
the criminal activity by the household
member that is described in the criminal
conviction records.
(iii) The PHA may rely on an owner's
certification that the criminal record is
necessary to proceed with a judicial eviction
to evict the tenant based on criminal activity
of the identified household member, as
shown in the criminal conviction record.
(iv) Upon disclosure as necessary in
connection with judicial eviction
proceedings, the PHA is not responsible for
controlling access to or knowledge of such
records after such disclosure.
(f) Opportunity to dispute. If a PHA
obtains criminal record information from a
State or local agency under this section
showing that a household member has been
convicted of a crime relevant to applicant
screening, lease enforcement or eviction, the
PHA must notify the household of the
proposed action to be based on the
information and must provide the subject of
the record and the applicant or tenant a copy
of such information, and an opportunity to
dispute the accuracy and relevance of the
information. This opportunity must be
provided before a denial of admission,
eviction or lease enforcement action on the
basis of such information.
(g) Records management. Consistent with
the limitations on disclosure of records in
paragraph (e) of this section, the PHA must
establish and implement a system of records
management that ensures that any criminal
record received by the PHA from a law
enforcement agency is:
(1) Maintained confidentially;
(2) Not misused or improperly
disseminated; and
(3) Destroyed, once the purpose(s) for
which the record was requested has been
accomplished, including expiration of the
period for filing a challenge to the PHA
action without institution of a challenge or
final disposition of any such litigation.
(h) Penalties for improper release of
information--(1) Criminal penalty.
Conviction for a misdemeanor and
imposition of a penalty of not more than
$5,000 is the potential for:
(i) Any person, including an officer,
employee, or authorized representative of
any PHA or of any project owner, who
knowingly and willfully requests or obtains
any information concerning an applicant for,
or tenant of, covered housing assistance
under the authority of this section under
false pretenses; or
(ii) Any person, including an officer,
employee, or authorized representative of
any PHA or a project owner, who knowingly
and willfully discloses any such information
in any manner to any individual not entitled
under any law to receive the information.
(2) Civil liability. (i) A PHA may be held
liable to any applicant for, or tenant of,
covered housing assistance affected by
either of the following:
(A) A negligent or knowing disclosure of
criminal records information obtained under
the authority of this section about such
person by an officer, employee, or
authorized representative of the PHA if the
disclosure is not authorized by this section;
or
(B) Any other negligent or knowing
action that is inconsistent with this section.
(ii) An applicant for, or tenant of, covered
housing assistance may seek relief against a
PHA in these circumstances by bringing a
civil action for damages and such other
relief as may be appropriate against the PHA
responsible for such unauthorized action.
The United States district court in which the
affected applicant or tenant resides, in which
the unauthorized action occurred, or in
which the officer, employee, or
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representative alleged to be responsible
resides, has jurisdiction. Appropriate relief
may include reasonable attorney's fees and
other litigation costs.
Sec. 5.905 What special
authority is there to obtain
access to sex offender
registration information?
(a) PHA obligation to obtain sex offender
registration information. (1) A PHA that
administers a Section 8 or public housing
program under an Annual Contributions
Contract with HUD must carry out
background checks necessary to determine
whether a member of a household applying
for admission to any federally assisted
housing program is subject to a lifetime sex
offender registration requirement under a
State sex offender registration program. This
check must be carried out with respect to the
State in which the housing is located and
with respect to States where members of the
applicant household are known to have
resided.
(2) If the PHA requests such information
from any State or local agency responsible
for the collection or maintenance of such
information, the State or local agency must
promptly provide the PHA such information
in its possession or control.
(3) The State or local agency may charge
a reasonable fee for providing the
information.
(b) Owner's request for sex offender
registration information--(1) General. An
owner of federally assisted housing that is
located in the jurisdiction of a PHA that
administers a Section 8 or public housing
program under an Annual Contributions
Contract with HUD may request that the
PHA obtain information necessary to
determine whether a household member is
subject to a lifetime registration requirement
under a State sex offender registration
requirement.
(2) Procedure. If the request is made in
accordance with the provisions of paragraph
(b) of this section:
(i) The PHA must request the information
from a State or local agency;
(ii) The State or local agency must
promptly provide the PHA such information
in its possession or control;
(iii) The PHA must determine whether
such information may be a basis for
applicant screening, lease enforcement or
eviction, based on the criteria used by the
owner as specified in the owner's request,
and inform the owner of the determination.
(iv) The PHA must notify the owner of its
determination whether sex offender
registration information received by the
PHA under this section concerning a
household member may be a basis for
applicant screening, lease enforcement or
eviction in accordance with HUD
requirements and the criteria used by the
owner.
(3) Contents of request. As the owner,
your request must specify whether you are
asking the PHA to obtain the sex offender
registration information concerning the
household member for applicant screening,
for lease enforcement, or for eviction and
include the following information:
(i) Addresses or other information about
where members of the household are known
to have lived.
(ii) If you intend to use the PHA
determination regarding any such sex
offender registration information for
applicant screening, your request must
include your standards in accordance with
Sec. 5.855(c) for prohibiting admission of
persons subject to a lifetime sex offender
registration requirement.
(iii) If you intend to use the PHA
determination regarding any such sex
offender registration information for
eviction, your request must include your
standards for evicting persons subject to a
lifetime registration requirement in
accordance with Sec. 5.858.
(iv) If you intend to use the PHA
determination regarding any such sex
offender registration information for lease
enforcement other than eviction, your
request must include your standards for
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lease enforcement because of criminal
activity by members of a household.
(4) PHA disclosure of records. The PHA
must not disclose to the owner any sex
offender registration information obtained
by the PHA under this section.
(5) Fees. If an owner asks a PHA to
obtain sex offender registration information
concerning a household member in
accordance with this section, the PHA may
charge the owner reasonable fees for making
the request on behalf of the owner and for
taking other actions for the owner. The PHA
may require the owner to reimburse costs
incurred by the PHA, including
reimbursement of any fees charged to the
PHA by a State or local agency for releasing
the information, the PHA's own related staff
and administrative costs. The owner may not
pass along to the applicant or tenant the
costs of a sex offender registration records
check.
(c) Records management. (1) The PHA
must establish and implement a system of
records management that ensures that any
sex offender registration information record
received by the PHA from a State or local
agency under this section is:
(i) Maintained confidentially;
(ii) Not misused or improperly
disseminated; and
(iii) Destroyed, once the purpose for
which the record was requested has been
accomplished, including expiration of the
period for filing a challenge to the PHA
action without institution of a challenge or
final disposition of any such litigation.
(2) The records management requirements
do not apply to information that is public
information, or is obtained by a PHA other
than under this section.
(d) Opportunity to dispute. If a PHA
obtains sex offender registration information
from a State or local agency under
paragraph (a) of this section showing that a
household member is subject to a lifetime
sex offender registration requirement, the
PHA must notify the household of the
proposed action to be based on the
information and must provide the subject of
the record, and the applicant or tenant, with
a copy of such information, and an
opportunity to dispute the accuracy and
relevance of the information. This
opportunity must be provided before a
denial of admission, eviction or lease
enforcement action on the basis of such
information.

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{WAIS Document Retrieval [Code of
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[Title 24, Volume 1]
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[CITE: 24CFR35]
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TITLE 24--HOUSING AND URBAN
DEVELOPMENT
PART 35--LEAD-BASED
PAINT POISONING
PREVENTION IN
CERTAIN RESIDENTIAL
STRUCTURES }
[Cite 24 CFR 35]
Subpart L--Public Housing
Programs
35.1100 Purpose and applicability.
35.1105 Definitions and other general
requirements.
35.1110 Notices and pamphlet.
35.1115 Evaluation.
35.1120 Hazard reduction.
35.1125 Evaluation and hazard reduction
before acquisition and development.
35.1130 Child with an environmental
intervention blood lead level.
35.1135 Eligible costs.
35.1140 Insurance coverage.
Source: 64 FR 50215, Sept. 15, 1999, unless
otherwise noted.
Sec. 35.1100 Purpose and
applicability.
The purpose of this subpart L is to
establish procedures to eliminate as far as
practicable lead-based paint hazards in
residential property assisted under the U.S.
Housing Act of 1937 (42 U.S.C. 1437 et
seq.) but not including housing assisted
under section 8 of the 1937 Act.
Sec. 35.1105 Definitions and
other general requirements.
Definitions and other general
requirements that apply to this subpart are
found in subpart B of this part.
Sec. 35.1110 Notices and
pamphlet.
(a) Notice. In cases where evaluation or
hazard reduction is undertaken, each public
housing agency (PHA) shall provide a notice
to residents in accordance with Sec. 35.125.
(b) Lead hazard information pamphlet.
The PHA shall provide the lead hazard
information pamphlet in accordance with
Sec. 35.130.
Sec. 35.1115 Evaluation.
(a) A lead-based paint inspection shall be
conducted in all public housing unless a
lead-based paint inspection that meets the
conditions of Sec. 35.165(a) has already
been completed. If a lead-based paint
inspection was conducted by a lead-based
paint inspector who was not certified, the
PHA shall review the quality of the
inspection, in accordance with quality
control procedures established by HUD, to
determine whether the lead-based paint
inspection has been properly performed and
the results are reliable. Lead-based paint
inspections of all housing to which this
subpart applies shall be completed no later
than September 15, 2000. Revisions or
augmentations of prior inspections found to
be of insufficient quality shall be completed
no later than September 17, 2001.
(b) If a lead-based paint inspection has
found the presence of lead-based paint, or if
no lead-based paint inspection has been
conducted, the PHA shall conduct a risk
assessment according to the following
schedule, unless a risk assessment that meets
the conditions of Sec. 35.165(b) has already
been completed:
(1) Risk assessments shall be completed
on or before March 15, 2001, in a
multifamily residential property constructed
before 1960.
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(2) Risk assessments shall be completed
on or before March 15, 2002, in a
multifamily residential property constructed
after 1959 and before 1978.
(c) A PHA that advertises a construction
contract (including architecture/engineering
contracts) for bid or award or plans to start
force account work shall not execute such
contract until a lead-based paint inspection
and, if required, a risk assessment, has taken
place and any necessary abatement is
included in the modernization budget,
except for contracts solely for emergency
work in accordance with Sec. 35.115(a)(9).
(d) The five-year funding request plan for
CIAP and CGP shall be amended to include
the schedule and funding for lead-based
paint activities. {[[Page 334]]}
Sec. 35.1120 Hazard reduction.
(a) Each PHA shall, in accordance with
Sec. 35.1325, abate all lead-
based paint and lead-based paint hazards
identified in the evaluations conducted
pursuant to Sec. 35.1115. The PHA shall
abate lead-based paint and lead-based paint
hazards in accordance with Sec. 35.1325
during the course of physical improvements
conducted under the modernization.
(b) In all housing where abatement of all
lead-based paint and lead-based paint
hazards required in paragraph (a) of this
section has not yet occurred, each PHA shall
conduct interim controls, in accordance with
Sec. 35.1330, of the lead-based paint
hazards identified in the most recent risk
assessment.
(1) Interim controls of dwelling units in
which any child who is less than 6 years of
age resides and common areas servicing
those dwelling units shall be completed
within 90 days of the evaluation under Sec.
35.1330. If a unit becomes newly occupied
by a family with a child of less than 6 years
of age or such child moves into a unit,
interim controls shall be completed within
90 days after the new occupancy or move-in
if they have not already been completed.
(2) Interim controls in dwelling units not
occupied by families with one or more
children of less than 6 years of age, common
areas servicing those units, and the
remaining portions of the residential
property shall be completed no later than 12
months after completion of the evaluation
conducted under Sec. 35.1115.
(c) The PHA shall incorporate ongoing
lead-based paint maintenance and
reevaluation activities into regular building
operations in accordance with Sec. 35.1355.
In accordance with Sec. 35.115(a) (6) and
(7), this requirement does not apply to a
development or part thereof if it is to be
demolished or disposed of in accordance
with disposition requirements in part 970 of
this title, provided the dwelling unit will
remain unoccupied until demolition, or if it
is not used and will not be used for human
habitation.
Sec. 35.1125 Evaluation and
hazard reduction before
acquisition and development.
(a) For each residential property
constructed before 1978 and proposed to be
acquired for a family project (whether or not
it will need rehabilitation) a lead-based paint
inspection and risk assessment for lead-
based paint hazards shall be conducted in
accordance with Sec. 35.1320.
(b) If lead-based paint is found in a
residential property to be acquired, the cost
of evaluation and abatement shall be
considered when making the cost
comparison to justify new construction, as
well as when meeting maximum total
development cost limitations.
(c) If lead-based paint is found,
compliance with this subpart is required, and
abatement of lead-based paint and lead-
based paint hazards shall be completed in
accordance with Sec. 35.1325 before
occupancy.
Sec. 35.1130 Child with an
environmental intervention
blood lead level.
(a) Risk assessment. Within 15 days after
being notified by a public health department
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or other medical health care provider that a
child of less than 6 years of age living in a
public housing development has been
identified as having an environmental
intervention blood lead level, the PHA shall
complete a risk assessment of the dwelling
unit in which the child lived at the time the
blood was last sampled and of common
areas servicing the dwelling unit, the
provisions of Sec. 35.1115(b)
notwithstanding. The risk assessment shall
be conducted in accordance with Sec.
35.1320(b) and is considered complete when
the PHA receives the risk assessment report.
The requirements of this paragraph apply
regardless of whether the child is or is not
still living in the unit when the PHA
receives the notification of the
environmental intervention blood lead level.
The requirements of this paragraph shall not
apply if the PHA conducted a risk
assessment of the unit and common areas
servicing the unit between the date the
child's blood was last sampled and the date
when the PHA received the notification of
the environmental intervention blood lead
level. If the public health department has
already conducted an evaluation of the
dwelling unit, the requirements of this
paragraph shall not apply. {[[Page 335]]}
(b) Verification. After receiving
information from a person who is not a
medical health care provider that a child of
less than 6 years of age living in a public
housing development may have an
environmental intervention blood lead level,
the PHA shall immediately verify the
information with the public health
department or other medical health care
provider. If that department or provider
verifies that the child has an environmental
intervention blood lead level, such
verification shall constitute notification, and
the housing agency shall take the action
required in paragraphs (a) and (c) of this
section.
(c) Hazard reduction. Within 30 days
after receiving the report of the risk
assessment conducted pursuant to paragraph
(a) of this section or the evaluation from the
public health department, the PHA shall
complete the reduction of lead-based paint
hazards identified in the risk assessment in
accordance with Sec. 35.1325 or Sec.
35.1330. Hazard reduction is considered
complete when clearance is achieved in
accordance with Sec. 35.1340 and the
clearance report states that all lead-based
paint hazards identified in the risk
assessment have been treated with interim
controls or abatement or the local or State
health department certifies that lead-based
paint hazard reduction is complete. The
requirements of this paragraph do not apply
if the PHA, between the date the child's
blood was last sampled and the date the
owner received the notification of the
environmental intervention blood lead level,
already conducted a risk assessment of the
unit and common areas servicing the unit
and completed reduction of identified lead-
based paint hazards.
(d) Notice of evaluation and hazard
reduction. The PHA shall notify building
residents of any evaluation or hazard
reduction activities in accordance with Sec.
35.125.
(e) Reporting requirement. The PHA
shall report the name and address of a child
identified as having an environmental
intervention blood lead level to the public
health department within 5 working days of
being so notified by any other medical
health care professional. The PHA shall also
report each known case of a child with an
environmental intervention blood lead level
to the HUD field office.
(f) Other units in building. If the risk
assessment conducted pursuant to paragraph
(a) of this section identifies lead-based paint
hazards and previous evaluations of the
building conducted pursuant to Sec. 35.1320
did not identify lead-based paint or lead-
based paint hazards, the PHA shall conduct
a risk assessment of other units of the
building in accordance with Sec. 35.1320(b)
and shall conduct interim controls of
identified hazards in accordance with the
schedule provided in Sec. 35.1120(c).
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Sec. 35.1135 Eligible costs.
A PHA may use financial assistance
received under the modernization program
(CIAP or CGP) for the notice, evaluation
and reduction of lead-based paint hazards in
accordance with Sec. 968.112 of this title.
Eligible costs include:
(a) Evaluation and insurance costs.
Evaluation and hazard reduction activities,
and costs for insurance coverage associated
with these activities.
(b) Planning costs. Planning costs are
costs that are incurred before HUD approval
of the CGP or CIAP application and that are
related to developing the CIAP application
or carrying out eligible modernization
planning, such as planning for abatement,
detailed design work, preparation of
solicitations, and evaluation. Planning costs
may be funded as a single work item.
Planning costs shall not exceed 5 percent of
the CIAP funds available to a HUD Field
Office in a particular fiscal year.
(c) Architectural/engineering and
consultant fees. Eligible costs include fees
for planning, identification of needs,
detailed design work, preparation of
construction and bid documents and other
required documents, evaluation, planning
and design for abatement, and inspection of
work in progress.
(d) Environmental intervention blood
lead level response costs. The PHA may use
its operating reserves and, when necessary,
may request reimbursement from the current
fiscal year CIAP funds, or request the
reprogramming of previously approved
CIAP funds to cover the costs of evaluation
and hazard reduction. {[[Page 336]]}
Sec. 35.1140 Insurance
coverage.
For the requirements concerning the
obligation of a PHA to obtain reasonable
insurance coverage with respect to the
hazards associated with evaluation and
hazard reduction activities, see Sec. 965.215
of this title.


PART 945--DESIGNATED
HOUSING--PUBLIC
HOUSING DESIGNATED
FOR OCCUPANCY BY
DISABLED, ELDERLY, OR
DISABLED AND ELDERLY
FAMILIES
[CITE: 24CFR945]
[Code of Federal Regulations]
[Title 24, Volume 4]
[Revised as of April 1, 2003]
From the U.S. Government Printing Office
via GPO Access
[Page 397-406]
Authority: 42 U.S.C. 1473e and 3535(d).
Source: 59 FR 17662, Apr. 13, 1994,
unless otherwise noted.
Subpart A--General
945.101 Purpose.
945.103 General policies.
945.105 Definitions.
Sec. 945.101 Purpose.
The purpose of this part is to provide for
designated housing as authorized by section
7 of the U.S. Housing Act of 1937 (42
U.S.C. 1437e). Section 7 provides public
housing agencies with the option, subject to
the requirements and procedures of this part,
to designate public housing projects, or
portions of public housing projects, for
occupancy by disabled families, elderly
families, or mixed populations of disabled
families and elderly families.
Sec. 945.103 General policies.
(a) Agency participation. Participation in
this program is limited to public housing
agencies (PHAs) (as this term is defined in
24 CFR 913.102) that elect to designate
public housing projects for occupancy by
disabled families, elderly families, or
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disabled families and elderly families, as
provided by this part.

(b) Eligible housing—
(1) Designation of public housing.
Projects eligible for designation under this
part are public housing projects as described
in the definition of ``project'' in Sec.
945.105.
(2) Additional housing resources. To meet
the housing and supportive service needs of
elderly families, and disabled families,
including non-
elderly disabled families, who will not be
housed in a designated project, PHAs shall
utilize housing resources that they own,
control, or have received preliminary
notification that they will obtain (e.g.,
section 8 certificates and vouchers). They
also may utilize housing resources for which
they plan to apply during the period covered
by the allocation plan, and that they have a
reasonable expectation of obtaining. PHAs
also may utilize, to the extent practicable,
any housing facilities that they own or
control in which supportive services are
already provided, facilitated or coordinated,
such as mixed housing, shared housing,
family housing, group homes, and
congregate housing.
(3) Exemption of mixed population
projects. A PHA with a public housing
project with a mixed population of elderly
families and disabled families that plans to
house them in such project in accordance
with the requirements of 24 CFR part 960,
subpart D, is not required to meet the
designation requirements of this part.

(c) Family Participation in designated
housing--(1) Voluntary participation. The
election to reside in designated housing is
voluntary on the part of a family. No
disabled family or elderly family may be
required to reside in designated housing, nor
shall a decision not to reside in designated
housing adversely affect the family with
respect to occupancy of another appropriate
project.
(2) Meeting stated eligibility
requirements. Nothing in this part shall be
construed to require or permit a PHA to
accept for admission to a designated project
a disabled family or elderly family who does
not meet the stated eligibility requirements
for occupancy in the project (for example,
income), as set forth in HUD's regulations in
24 CFR parts 912 and 913, and in the PHA's
admission policies.
Sec. 945.105 Definitions.
The terms Department, Elderly person,
HUD, NAHA, Public Housing Agency
(PHA), and Secretary are defined in 24 CFR
part 5.
Act means the United States Housing Act
of 1937 (42 U.S.C. 1437-
1440).
Accessible units means units that meet the
requirement of accessibility with respect to
dwellings as set forth in the second
definition of ``accessible'' in 24 CFR 8.3.
Allocation plan. See Sec. 945.201.
CHAS means the comprehensive housing
affordability strategy required by section
105 of the National Affordable Housing Act
(42 U.S.C. 12705) or any successor plan
prescribed by HUD.
Designated family means the category of
family for whom the project is designated (e.
g., elderly family in a project designated for
elderly families).
Designated housing or designated project
means a project (or projects), or a portion of
a project (or projects) (as these terms are
defined in this section), that has been
designated in accordance with the
requirements of this part.
Disabled family means a family whose
head or spouse or sole member is a person
with disabilities. The term ``disabled family''
may include two or more persons with
disabilities living together, and one or more
persons with disabilities living with one or
more persons who are determined to be
essential to the care or well-being of the
person or persons with disabilities. A
disabled family may include persons with
disabilities who are elderly.
Elderly family means a family whose
head, spouse, or sole member is an elderly
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person. The term ``elderly family'' includes
an elderly person, two or more elderly
persons living together, and one or more
elderly persons living with one or more
persons who are determined to be essential
to the care or well-being of the elderly
person or persons. An elderly family may
include elderly persons with disabilities and
other family members who are not elderly.
Family includes but is not limited to a
single person as defined in this part, a
displaced person (as defined in 24 CFR part
912), a remaining member of a tenant
family, a disabled family, an elderly family,
a near-elderly family, and a family with
children. It also includes an elderly family or
a disabled family composed of one or more
elderly persons living with one or more
disabled persons.
Housing has the same meaning as
``project,'' which is defined in this section.
Mixed population project means a public
housing project reserved for elderly families
and disabled families. This is the project
type referred to in NAHA as being
designated for elderly and disabled families.
A PHA that has a mixed population project
or intends to develop one need not submit an
allocation plan or request a designation.
However, the project must meet the
requirements of 24 CFR part 960 subpart D.
Near-elderly family means a family
whose head, spouse, or sole member is a
near-elderly person. The term ``near-elderly
family'' includes two or more near-elderly
persons living together, and one or more
near-elderly persons living with one or more
persons who are determined to be essential
to the care or well-being of the near-elderly
person or persons. A near-elderly family
may include other family members who are
not near-elderly.
Near-elderly person means a person who
is at least 50 years of age but below the age
of 62, who may be a person with a
disability.
Non-elderly disabled person means a
person with a disability who is less than 62
years of age.
Person with disabilities means a person
who--
(a) Has disability as defined in section
223 of the Social Security Act (42 U.S.C.
423), or
(b) Is determined to have a physical,
mental, or emotional impairment that--
(1) Is expected to be of long-continued
and indefinite duration,
(2) Substantially impedes his or her
ability to live independently, and
(3) Is of such a nature that such ability
could be improved by more suitable housing
conditions, or
(c) Has a developmental disability as
defined in section 102 of the Developmental
Disabilities Assistance and Bill of Rights
Act (42 U.S.C. 6001(5)).

The term ``person with disabilities'' does not
exclude persons who have the disease of
acquired immunodeficiency syndrome or
any conditions arising from the etiologic
agent for acquired immunodeficiency
syndrome.
Portion of project includes: One or more
buildings in a multi-
building project; one or more floors of a
project or projects; a certain number of
dwelling units in a project or projects.
(Designation of a portion of a project does
not require that the buildings, floors or units
be contiguous.)
Project means low-income housing
developed, acquired, or assisted by a PHA
under the U.S. Housing Act of 1937 (other
than section 8) for which there is an Annual
Contributions Contract (ACC) between
HUD and the PHA. For purposes of this
part, the terms housing and public housing
mean the same as project. Additionally, as
used in this part, and unless the context
indicates otherwise, the term project when
used in the singular includes the plural, and
when used in the plural, includes the
singular, and also includes a ``portion of a
project,'' as defined in this section.
Public housing or public housing project.
See definition of ``project'' in this section.
Service provider means a person or
organization qualified and experienced in
the provision of supportive services, and that
is in compliance with any licensing
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requirements imposed by State or local law
for the type of service or services to be
provided. The service provider may provide
the service on either a for-profit or not-for-
profit basis.
Single person means a person who lives
alone or intends to live alone, who is not an
elderly person, a person with disabilities, a
displaced person, or the remaining member
of a tenant family.
Supportive service plan. See Sec.
945.205.
Supportive services means services
available to persons residing in a
development, requested by disabled families
and for which there is a need, and may
include, but are not limited to, meal services,
health-
related services, mental health services,
services for nonmedical counseling, meals,
transportation, personal care, bathing,
toileting, housekeeping, chore assistance,
safety, group and socialization activities,
assistance with medications (in accordance
with any applicable State laws), case
management, personal emergency response,
and other appropriate services.
[59 FR 17662, Apr. 13, 1994, as
amended at 61 FR 5214, Feb. 9, 1996]
Subpart B--Application and
Approval Procedures
945.201 Approval to designate housing.
945.203 Allocation plan.
945.205 Designated housing for disabled
families.
Sec. 945.201 Approval to
designate housing.
(a) Designated housing for elderly
families. To designate a project for
occupancy by elderly families, a PHA must
have a HUD-approved allocation plan that
meets the requirements of Sec. 945.203.
(b) Designated housing for disabled
families. To designate a project for
occupancy by disabled families, a PHA must
have a HUD-approved allocation plan that
meets the requirements of Sec. 945.203, and
a HUD-
approved supportive service plan that meets
the requirements of Sec. 945.205.
(c) Designated housing for elderly
families and disabled families. (1) A PHA
that provides or intends to provide a mixed
population project (a project for both elderly
families and disabled families) is not
required to meet the requirements of this
part. The PHA is required to meet the
requirements of 24 CFR part 960, subpart D.
(2) A PHA that intends to provide
designated housing for elderly families or
for disabled families must identify any
existing or planned mixed population
projects, reserved under 24 CFR part 960,
subpart B, as additional housing resources,
in its allocation plan, in accordance with
Sec. 945.203(c)(6).
Sec. 945.203 Allocation plan.
(a) Applicable terminology.
(1) As used in this section, the terms
``initial allocation plan'' refers to the PHA's
first submission of an allocation plan, and
``updated allocation plan'' refers to the
biennial update (once every two years) of
this plan, which is described in paragraph (f)
of this section.
(2) As provided in Sec. 945.105, the term
``project'' includes the plural (``projects'')
and includes a portion of a project.

(b) Consultation in plan development.
These consultation requirements apply to the
development of an initial allocation plan as
provided in paragraph (c) of this section, or
any update of the allocation plan as provided
in paragraph (f) of this section.
(1) In preparing the draft plan, the PHA
shall consult with:
(i) The State or unit of general local
government where the project is located;
(ii) Public and private service
providers;
(iii) Representative advocacy groups
for each of these family types: disabled
families, elderly families, and families with
children, where such advocacy groups exist;
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(iv) Representatives of the residents of
the PHA's projects proposed for designation,
including representatives from resident
councils or resident management
corporations where they exist; and
(v) Other parties that the PHA
determines would be interested in the plan,
or other parties that have contacted the PHA
and expressed an interest in the plan.
(2) Following the completion of the draft
plan, the PHA shall:
(i) Issue public notices regarding its
intention to designate housing and the
availability of the draft plan for review;
(ii) Contact directly those individuals,
agencies and other interested parties
specified in paragraph (b)(1) of this section,
and advise of the availability of the draft
plan for review;
(iii) Allow not less than 30 days for public
comment on the draft allocation plan;
(iv) Make free copies of the draft plan
available upon request, and in accessible
format, when appropriate;
(v) Conduct at least one public meeting
on the draft allocation plan;
(vi) Give fair consideration to all
comments received; and
(vii) Retain any records of public
meetings held on the allocation plan (or
updated plan) and any written comments
received on the plan for a period of five
years commencing from the date of
submission of the allocation plan to HUD.
These records must be available for review
by HUD.

(c) Contents of initial plan. The initial
allocation plan shall contain, at a minimum,
the information set forth in this paragraph
(c).

(1) Identification of the project to be
designated and type of designation to be
made. The PHA must:
(i) Identify the type of designation to
be made (i.e., housing for disabled families
or housing for elderly families);
(ii) Identify the building(s), floor(s), or
unit(s) to be designated and their location, or
if specific units are not designated, the
number to be designated; and
(iii) State the reasons the building(s),
floor(s), or unit(s) were selected for
designation.

(2) Identification of groups and persons
consulted and comments submitted. The
PHA must:
(i) Identify the groups and persons
with whom the PHA has consulted in the
development of the allocation plan;
(ii) Include a summary of comments
received on the plan from the groups and
persons consulted; and
(iii) Describe how the plan addresses
these comments.

(3) Profile of proposed designated project
in pre-designation state. This component of
the plan must include, for the projects,
buildings, or portions of buildings to be
designated:
(i) The total number of families
currently occupying the project, and
(A) The number of families who are
members of the group for whom the project
is to be designated, and
(B) The number of families who are
not members of the group for whom the
project is to be designated;
(ii) An estimate of the total number of
elderly families and disabled families who
are potential tenants of the project (i.e., as
the project now exists), based on
information provided by:
(A) The waiting list from which
vacancies in the project are filled; and
(B) A local housing needs survey, if
available, such as the CHAS, for the
jurisdiction within which the area served by
the PHA is located;
(iii) An estimate of the number of
potential tenants who will need accessible
units based on information provided by:
(A) The needs assessment prepared
in accordance with 24 CFR 8.25, and
(B) A housing needs survey, if
available, such as the CHAS or HUD-
prescribed successor survey;
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(iv) The number of units in the project
that became vacant and available for
occupancy during the year preceding the
date of submission of the allocation plan to
HUD;
(v) The average length of vacancy for
dwelling units in the project for the year
preceding the date of submission of the
allocation plan to HUD;
(vi) An estimate of the number of units
in the project that the PHA expects to
become vacant and available for occupancy
during the two-year period following the
date of submission of the allocation plan to
HUD (i.e., if the project were not to be
designated);
(vii) An estimate of the average length
of time elderly families and non-elderly
persons with disabilities currently have to
wait for a dwelling unit.

(4) Projected profile of project in
designated state. This component of the plan
must:
(i) Identify the source of the families
for the designated project (e.g., current
residents of the project, families currently on
the waiting list, residents of other projects,
and potential tenants based on information
from the local housing needs survey);
(ii) For projects proposed to be
designated for occupancy by elderly families
an estimate of the number of:
(A) Units in the project that are
anticipated to become vacant and available
for occupancy during the two-year period
following the date of submission of the
allocation plan to HUD;
(B) Near-elderly families who may
be needed to fill units in the designated
project for elderly families, as provided in
Sec. 945.303(c);
(iii) Describe any impact the
designation may have on the average length
of time applicants in the group for which the
project is designated and other applicants
will have to wait for a dwelling unit.

(5) PHA occupancy policies and
procedures. This component of the plan
must describe any changes the PHA intends
to make in its admission policies to
accommodate the designation, including:
(i) How the waiting list will be
maintained;
(ii) How dwelling units will be
assigned; and
(iii) How records will be maintained to
document the effect on all families who
would have resided in the designated project
if it had not been designated.

(6) Strategy for addressing the current and
future housing needs of the families in the
PHA's jurisdiction. The PHA must:
(i) Identify the housing resources
currently owned or controlled by the PHA,
including any mixed population projects, in
existence, as provided in 24 CFR part 960,
subpart D, that will be available to these
families;
(ii) Describe the steps to be taken by
the PHA to respond to any need for
accessible units that will no longer be
available for applicants who need them. The
PHA has a continuing obligation under
section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of
1973 (29 U.S.C. 794) to provide accessible
dwellings even if the project designation
removes accessible dwellings from the
inventory of possible dwellings for non-
elderly persons with disabilities;
(iii) If a project is being designated for
elderly families, describe the steps the PHA
will take to facilitate access to supportive
services by non-elderly disabled families.
The services should be equivalent to those
available in the designated project and
requested by non-elderly disabled families.
If the PHA funds supportive services for the
designated project for elderly families, the
PHA must provide the same level of
services, upon the request of non-elderly
disabled families.
(iv) If a project is being designated for
elderly families, identify the additional
housing resources that the PHA determines
will be sufficient to provide assistance to not
less than the number of non-elderly disabled
families that would have been housed by the
PHA if occupancy in units in the designated
project were not restricted to elderly families
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(one-for-one replacement is not required).
Among these resources may be:
(A) Normal turnover in existing
projects;
(B) Existing housing stock that
previously was not available to or
considered for non-elderly disabled families.
Examples are dwellings in general
occupancy (family) projects that are
reconfigured to meet the dwelling size needs
of the non-elderly disabled families, or were
previously occupied by elderly families who
will relocate to the designated project for
elderly families, or were previously vacant
because there had not been a demand for
dwellings of that size in that location;
(C) Housing for which the PHA has
received preliminary notification that it will
obtain; and
(D) Housing for which the PHA
plans to apply during the period covered by
the allocation plan, and which it has a
reasonable expectation of obtaining.
(v) Where a project is being designated
for elderly families, explain how the PHA
plans to secure the required additional
housing resources. In the case of housing for
which the PHA plans to apply, the PHA
must provide sufficient information about
the housing resource and its application to
establish that the PHA can reasonably
expect to obtain the housing.
(vi) Describe incentives, if any, that
the PHA intends to offer to:
(A) Families who are members of
the group for whom a project was
designated to achieve voluntary transfers to
the designated project; and
(B) Families who are not members
of the group for whom a project was
designated to achieve voluntary transfers
from the project proposed to be designated;

(d) Criteria for allocation plan approval.
HUD shall approve an initial allocation plan,
or updated allocation plan, if HUD
determines that:
(1) The information contained in the plan
is complete and accurate (a plan that is
incomplete, i.e., missing required statements
or items, will be disapproved), and the
projections are reasonable;
(2) Implementation of the plan will not
result in a substantial increase in the
vacancy rates in the designated project;
(3) Implementation of the plan will not
result in a substantial increase in delaying or
denying housing assistance to families on
the PHA's waiting list because of
designating projects;
(4) The plan for securing sufficient
additional housing resources for non-elderly
disabled persons can reasonably be
achieved; and
(5) The plan conforms to the requirements
of this part.

(e) Allocation plan approval or
disapproval.—
(1) Written notification. HUD shall notify
each PHA, in writing, of approval or
disapproval of the initial or updated
allocation plan.
(2) Timing of notification. An allocation
plan shall be considered to be approved by
HUD if HUD fails to provide the PHA with
notification of approval or disapproval of the
plan, as required by paragraph (e)(1) of this
section, within:
(i) 90 days after the date of submission
of an allocation plan that contains
comments, as provided in paragraph (c)(2)
of this section; or
(ii) 45 days after the date of
submission of all other plans, including
(A) Initial plans for which no
comments were received;
(B) Updated plans, as provided in
paragraph (f) of this section; and
(C) Revised initial plans or revised
updated plans, as provided in paragraph
(e)(4) of this section.
(3) Approval limited solely to approval of
designated housing. HUD's approval of an
initial plan or updated allocation plan under
this section may not be construed to
constitute approval of any request for
assistance for major reconstruction of
obsolete projects, assistance for
development or acquisition of public
housing, or assistance under 24 CFR part
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890 (supportive housing for persons with
disabilities).
(4) Resubmission following disapproval.
If HUD disapproves an initial allocation
plan, a PHA shall have a period of not less
than 45 days or more than 90 days following
notification of disapproval as provided in
paragraph (e)(2) of this section, to submit
amendments to the plan, or to submit a
revised plan.

(f) Biennial update of plan—
(1) General. Each PHA that owns or
operates a public housing project that is
designated for occupancy under this part
shall update its allocation plan not less than
once every two years, from the date of HUD
approval of the initial allocation plan. A
PHA that wishes to amend or revise its plan
later than 90 days after HUD disapproval
must begin the hearing and consultation
process again.
(2) Failure to submit updated plan. If the
PHA fails to submit the updated plan as
required by this paragraph (f), the Secretary
may revoke the designation in accordance
with the provisions of paragraph (f)(4)(ii) of
this section.
(3) Contents of updated plan. The updated
allocation plan shall contain, at a minimum,
the following information:
(i) The most recent update of the
allocation plan data, and projections for the
next two years;
(ii) An assessment of the accuracy of
the projections contained in previous plans
and in the updated allocation plan;
(iii) The number of times a vacancy
was filled in accordance with Sec.
945.303(c);
(iv) A discussion of the impact of the
designation on the designated project and
the other public housing projects operated
by the PHA, using the data obtained from
the system developed in Sec. 945.203(c),
including
(A) The number of times there was
a substantial increase in delaying housing
assistance to families on the PHA's waiting
list because projects were designated; and
(B) The number of times there was
a substantial increase in denying housing
assistance to families on the PHA's waiting
list because projects were designated;
(v) A plan for adjusting the allocation
of designated units, if necessary.
(4) Criteria for approval of updated plan.
(i) HUD shall approve an updated
allocation plan based on HUD's review and
assessment of the updated plan, using the
criteria in (d) of this section. If HUD
considers it appropriate, the review and
assessment shall include any on-site review
and monitoring of PHA performance in the
administration of its designated housing and
in the allocation of the PHA's housing
resources. Notification of approval or
disapproval of the updated allocation plan
shall be provided in accordance with
paragraph (e) of this section;
(ii) If a PHA's updated plan is not
approved, HUD may require PHAs to
change the designation of existing or
planned projects to other categories, such as
general occupancy or mixed population
projects.
(5) Notification of approval or
disapproval of updated plan. HUD shall
notify each PHA submitting an updated plan
of approval or disapproval of the updated
plan, in accordance with the form of
notification and within the time periods
required by paragraph (e) of this section.
(Approved by the Office of Management
and Budget under control number 2577-
0192)
Sec. 945.205 Designated
housing for disabled families.
(a) General.
(1) In general, HUD will approve
designated projects for disabled families
only if there is a clear demonstration that
there is both a need and a demand by
disabled families for such designation. In the
absence of such demonstrated need and
demand, PHAs should provide for the
housing needs of disabled families in the
most integrated setting possible.
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(2) To designate a project for disabled
families, a PHA must submit the allocation
plan required by Sec. 945.203 and the
supportive service plan described in
paragraph (b) of this section.
(3) In its allocation plan,
(i) The PHA may not designate a
project for persons with a specific disability;
(ii) The designated project does not
have to be made up of contiguous units.
PHAs are encouraged to place the units in
the project, whether contiguous or not, in the
most integrated setting possible.
(4) The consultation process for the
allocation plan provided in Sec. 945.203(b)
and consultation process for the supportive
service plan provided in this section may
occur concurrently.
(5) If the PHA conducts surveys to
determine the need or demand for a
designated project for disabled families or
for supportive services in such project, the
PHA must protect the confidentiality of the
survey responses.

(b) Supportive Service Plan. The plan
shall describe how the PHA will provide or
arrange for the provision of the appropriate
supportive services requested by the
disabled families who will occupy the
designated housing and who have expressed
a need for these services.
(1) Contents of plan. The supportive
service plan, at a minimum, must:
(i) Identify the number of disabled
families who need the supportive services
and who have expressed an interest in
receiving them;
(ii) Describe the types of supportive
services that will be provided, and, if
known, the length of time the supportive
services will be available;
(iii) Identify each service provider to
be utilized, and describe the experience of
the service provider in delivering supportive
services;
(iv) Describe how the supportive
services will be provided to the disabled
families that the designated housing is
expected to serve (how the services will be
provided depends upon the type of service
offered; e.g., if the package includes
transportation assistance, how transportation
assistance will be provided to disabled
families);
(v) Identify all sources of funding
upon which the PHA is relying to deliver
supportive services to residents of the
designated housing for disabled families, or
the supportive service resources to be
provided in lieu of funding;
(vi) Submit evidence of a specific
contractual commitment or commitments
provided to the PHA by the sources
identified in paragraph (b)(1)(v) of this
section to make funds available for
supportive services, or the delivery of
supportive services available to the PHA for
at least two calendar years;
(vii) Identify any public and private
service providers, advocates for the interests
of designated housing families, and other
interested parties with whom the PHA
consulted in the development of this
supportive service plan, and summarize the
comments and recommendations made by
these parties. (These comments must be
maintained for a period of five years, and be
available for review by HUD as provided in
paragraph (b)(2)(vii) of this section.);
(viii) If applicable, address the need
for residential supervision of disabled
families (on-site supervision within the
designated housing) and how this
supervision is to be provided;
(ix) Include any other information that
the PHA determines would assist HUD in
assessing the suitability of the PHA's
supportive service plan; and
(x) Include any additional information
that HUD may request, and which is
appropriate to a determination of the
suitability of the supportive service plan.
(2) Public review and comment on the
supportive service plan. In preparing the
initial supportive service plan, or any update
of the supportive service plan, the PHA
shall:
(i) Issue public notices regarding its
intention to provide supportive services to
designated housing for disabled families and
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the availability of the draft supportive
service plan;
(ii) Send notices directly to interested
individuals and agencies that have contacted
the PHA and have expressed an interest in
the supportive service plan, and to parties
specified in paragraph (b)(1)(vii) of this
section;
(iii) Allow not less than 30 days for
public comment on the supportive service
plan;
(iv) Make free copies of the draft plan
available upon request, and in accessible
format, when appropriate;
(v) Conduct at least one public
meeting regarding the supportive service
plan;
(vi) Give fair consideration to all
comments received; and
(vii) Retain any records of the public
meetings held on the supportive service
plan, and any written comments received on
the supportive service plan for a period of
five years, from the date of submission of
the supportive service plan. These records
must be available for review by HUD.

(c) Approval. HUD shall approve
designated housing for disabled families if
the allocation plan meets the requirements of
Sec. 945.203, including demonstrating both
a need and a demand for designated housing
for disabled families, and if HUD
determines on the basis of the information
provided in the supportive service plan that:
(1) There is a sufficient number of
persons with disabilities who have expressed
an interest in occupying a designated project
for disabled families, and who have
expressed a need and demand for the
supportive services that will be provided;
(2) The supportive services are adequately
designed to meet the needs of the disabled
families who have indicated a desire for
them;
(3) The service provider has current or
past experience administering an effective
supportive service delivery program for
persons with disabilities;
(4) If residential supervision is required, a
written commitment to provide this
supervision in the designated housing.
(Approved by the Office of Management
and Budget under control number 2577-
0192)
Subpart C--Operating
Designated Housing
945.301 General requirements.
945.303 Requirements governing
occupancy in designated housing.
Sec. 945.301 General
requirements.
The application procedures and operation
of designated projects shall be in conformity
with the regulations of this part, and the
regulations applicable to PHAs in 24 CFR
Chapter IX, including 24 CFR parts 913,
960 and 966, and, in particular, the
nondiscrimination requirements of 24 CFR
960.211(b)(3), that include but are not
limited to section 504 of the Rehabilitation
Act of 1973 (29 U.S.C. 794), Fair Housing
Act (42 U.S.C. 3601-3619), title VI of the
Civil Rights Act of 1964 (42 U.S.C. 2000d),
section 3 of the Housing and Urban
Development Act of 1968 (12 U.S.C.
1701u), the Age Discrimination Act (42
U.S.C. 6101-6107), Executive Order 11246
(3 CFR 1964-1965 Comp., p. 339),
Executive Order 11063, as amended by
Executive Order 12259 (3 CFR 1958-1963
Comp., p. 652 and 3 CFR 1980 Comp., p.
307), the Americans with Disabilities Act
(42 U.S.C. 12101-12213) (to the extent the
Americans with Disabilities Act is
applicable) and the implementing
regulations of these statutes and authorities;
and other applicable Federal, State, and local
laws prohibiting discrimination and
promoting equal opportunity.
Sec. 945.303 Requirements
governing occupancy in
designated housing.
(a) Priority for occupancy. Except as
provided in paragraph (c) of this section, in
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determining priority for admission to
designated housing, the PHA shall make
units in the designated housing available
only to designated families.

(b) Compliance with preference
regulations. Among the designated families,
the PHA shall give preference in accordance
with the preferences in 24 CFR part 960,
subpart B.

(c) Eligibility of other families for
housing designated for elderly families--(1)
Insufficient elderly families. If there are an
insufficient number of elderly families for
the units in a project designated for elderly
families, the PHA may make dwelling units
available to near-elderly families, who
qualify for preferences under 24 CFR part
960, subpart B. The election to make
dwelling units available to near-elderly
families if there are an insufficient number
of elderly families should be explained in
the PHA's allocation plan.
(2) Insufficient elderly families and near-
elderly families. If there are an insufficient
number of elderly families and near-elderly
families for the units in a project designated
for elderly families, the PHA shall make
available to all other families any dwelling
unit that is:
(i) Ready for re-rental and for a new lease
to take effect; and
(ii) Vacant for more than 60 consecutive
days.

(d) Tenant choice of housing. (1) Subject
to paragraph (d)(2) of this section, the
decision of any disabled family or elderly
family not to occupy or accept occupancy in
designated housing shall not have an adverse
affect on:
(i) The family's admission to or continued
occupancy in public housing; or
(ii) The family's position on or placement
on a public housing waiting list.
(2) The protection provided by paragraph
(d)(1) of this section shall not apply to any
family who refuses to occupy or accept
occupancy in designated housing because of
the race, color, religion, sex, disability,
familial status, or national origin of the
occupants of the designated housing or the
surrounding area.
(3) The protection provided by paragraph
(d)(1) of this section shall apply to an
elderly family or disabled family that
declines to accept occupancy, respectively,
in a designated project for elderly families
or for disabled families, and requests
occupancy in a general occupancy project or
in a mixed population project.

(e) Appropriateness of dwelling unit to
family size. This part may not be construed
to require a PHA to offer a dwelling in a
designated project to any family who is not
of appropriate family size for the dwelling
unit. The temporary absence of a child from
the home due to placement in foster care is
not considered in determining family
composition and family size.

(f) Prohibition of evictions. Any tenant
who is lawfully residing in a dwelling unit in
a public housing project may not be evicted
or otherwise required to vacate the unit
because of the designation of the project, or
because of any action taken by HUD or the
PHA in accordance with this part.

(g) Prohibition of coercion to accept
supportive services. As with other HUD-
assisted housing, no disabled family or
elderly family residing in designated
housing may be required to accept
supportive services made available by the
PHA under this part.

(h) Availability of grievance procedures
in 24 CFR part 966. The grievance
procedures in 24 CFR part 966, subpart B,
which applies to public housing tenants, is
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PART 960--ADMISSION
TO, AND OCCUPANCY
OF, PUBLIC HOUSING
[CITE: 24CFR960]
[Code of Federal Regulations]
[Title 24, Volume 4]
[Revised as of April 1, 2003]
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Authority: 42 U.S.C. 1437a, 1437c,
1437d, 1437n, 1437z-3, and 3535(d).
Source: 40 FR 33446, Aug. 8, 1975,
unless otherwise noted. Redesignated at 49
FR 6714, Feb. 23, 1984.
Subpart A--Applicability,
Definitions, Equal
Opportunity Requirements
Source: 65 FR 16724, Mar. 29, 2000,
unless otherwise noted.
Sec. 960.101 Applicability.
This part is applicable to public housing.
Sec. 960.102 Definitions.
(a) Definitions found elsewhere: (1)
General definitions. The following terms are
defined in part 5, subpart A of this title:
1937 Act, drug, drug-related criminal
activity, federally assisted housing, guest,
household, HUD, MSA, premises, public
housing, public housing agency (PHA),
Section 8, violent criminal activity.
(2) Definitions under the 1937 Act. The
following terms are defined in part 5,
subpart D of this title: annual contributions
contract (ACC), applicant, elderly family,
elderly person, extremely low income
family, family, low income family, person
with disabilities.
(3) Definitions and explanations
concerning income and rent. The following
terms are defined or explained in part 5,
subpart F of this title: Annual income (see
Sec. 5.609); economic self-sufficiency
program, tenant rent, total tenant payment
(see Sec. 5.628), utility allowance.
(b) Additional definitions. In addition to
the definitions in paragraph (a), the
following definitions and cross-references
apply:
Ceiling rent. See Sec. 960.253(d).
Designated housing. See part 945 of this
chapter.
Disabled families. See Sec. 5.403 of this
title.
Eligible families. Low income families
who are eligible for admission to the public
housing program.
Flat rent. See Sec. 960.253(b).
Income-based rent. See Sec. 960.253(c).
Mixed population development. A public
housing development, or portion of a
development, that was reserved for elderly
and disabled families at its inception (and
has retained that character). If the
development was not so reserved at its
inception, the PHA has obtained HUD
approval to give preference in tenant
selection for all units in the development (or
portion of development) to elderly families
and disabled families. These developments
were formerly known as elderly projects.
Over-income family. A family that is not
a low income family. See subpart E of this
part.
PHA plan. See part 903 of this chapter.
Residency preference. A preference for
admission of persons who reside in a
specified geographic area.
Tenant-based. See Sec. 982.1(b) of this
chapter.
[65 FR 16724, Mar. 29, 2000, as
amended at 66 FR 28799, May 24, 2001]
Sec. 960.103 Equal opportunity
requirements.
(a) Applicable requirements. The PHA
must administer its public housing program
in accordance with all applicable equal
opportunity requirements imposed by
contract or federal law, including the
authorities cited in Sec. 5.105(a) of this title.
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(b) PHA duty to affirmatively further fair
housing. The PHA must affirmatively
further fair housing in the administration of
its public housing program.
(c) Equal opportunity certification. The
PHA must submit signed equal opportunity
certifications to HUD in accordance with
Sec. 903.7(o) of this title, including
certification that the PHA will affirmatively
further fair housing.
Subpart B--Admission
Source: 66 FR 28799, May 24, 2001,
unless otherwise noted.
Sec. 960.200 Purpose.
(a) This subpart states HUD eligibility
and selection requirements for admission to
public housing.
(b) See also related HUD regulations in
this title concerning these subjects:
(1) 1937 Act definitions: part 5, subpart
D;
(2) Restrictions on assistance to
noncitizens: part 5, subpart E;
(3) Family income and family payment:
part 5, subpart F;
(4) Public housing agency plans: part 903;
(5) Rent and reexamination: part 960,
subpart C;
(6) Mixed population developments: part
960, subpart D;
(7) Occupancy by over-income families
or police officers: part 960, subpart E.
Sec. 960.201 Eligibility.
(a) Who is eligible? (1) Basic eligibility.
An applicant must meet all eligibility
requirements in order to receive housing
assistance. At a minimum, the applicant
must be a family, as defined in Sec. 5.403 of
this title, and must be income-eligible, as
described in this section. Such eligible
applicants include single persons.
(2) Low income limit. No family other
than a low income family is eligible for
admission to a PHA's public housing
program.
(b) Income used for eligibility and
targeting. Family annual income (see Sec.
5.609) is used both for determination of
income eligibility under paragraph (a) and
for PHA income targeting under Sec.
960.202
(c) Reporting. The PHA must comply
with HUD-prescribed reporting
requirements that will permit HUD to
maintain the data, as determined by HUD,
necessary to monitor compliance with
income eligibility and targeting requirement.
Sec. 960.202 Tenant selection
policies.
(a) Selection policies, generally. (1) The
PHA shall establish and adopt written
policies for admission of tenants.
(2) These policies shall provide for and
include the following:
(i) Targeting admissions to extremely low
income families as provided in paragraph (b)
of this section.
(ii) Deconcentration of poverty and
income-mixing in accordance with the PHA
Plan regulations (see 24 CFR part 903).
(iii) Precluding admission of applicants
whose habits and practices reasonably may
be expected to have a detrimental effect on
the residents or the project environment;
(iv) Objective and reasonable policies for
selection by the PHA among otherwise
eligible applicants, including requirements
for applications and waiting lists (see 24
CFR 1.4), and for verification and
documentation of information relevant to
acceptance or rejection of an applicant,
including documentation and verification of
citizenship and eligible immigration status
under 24 CFR part 5; and
(v) Policies of participant transfer
between units, developments, and programs.
For example, a PHA could adopt a criterion
for voluntary transfer that the tenant had met
all obligations under the current program,
including payment of charges to the PHA.
(b) Targeting admissions to extremely
low income families.
(1) Targeting requirement. (i) Not less
than 40 percent of the families admitted to a
PHA's public housing program during the
PHA fiscal year from the PHA waiting list
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shall be extremely low income families.
This is called the ``basic targeting
requirement.''
(ii) To the extent provided in paragraph
(b)(2) of this section, admission of
extremely low income families to the PHA's
Section 8 voucher program during the same
PHA fiscal year is credited against the basic
targeting requirement.
(iii) A PHA must comply with both the
targeting requirement found in this part and
the deconcentration requirements found in
part 903 of this chapter.
(2) Credit for admissions to PHA voucher
program. (i) If admissions of extremely low
income families to the PHA's voucher
program during a PHA fiscal year exceeds
the 75 percent minimum targeting
requirement for the PHA's voucher program
(see 24 CFR 982.201(b)(2)), such excess
shall be credited (subject to the limitations
in paragraph (b)(2)(ii) of this section)
against the PHA's basic targeting
requirement for the same fiscal year.
(ii) The fiscal year credit for voucher
program admissions that exceed the
minimum voucher program targeting
requirement shall not exceed the lower of:
(A) Ten percent of public housing waiting
list admissions during the PHA fiscal year;
(B) Ten percent of waiting list admission
to the PHA's Section 8 tenant-based
assistance program during the PHA fiscal
year; or
(C) The number of qualifying low income
families who commence occupancy during
the fiscal year of PHA public housing units
located in census tracts with a poverty rate
of 30 percent or more. For this purpose,
qualifying low income family means a low
income family other than an extremely low
income family.
(c) Adoption and availability of tenant
selection policies. These selection policies
shall:
(1) Be duly adopted and implemented;
(2) Be publicized by posting copies
thereof in each office where applications are
received and by furnishing copies to
applicants or tenants upon request, free or at
their expense, at the discretion of the PHA;
and
(3) Be consistent with the fair housing
and equal opportunity provisions of Sec.
5.105 of this title; and
(4) Be submitted to the HUD field office
upon request from that office.
Sec. 960.203 Standards for
PHA tenant selection criteria.
(a) The tenant selection criteria to be
established and information to be considered
shall be reasonably related to individual
attributes and behavior of an applicant and
shall not be related to those which may be
imputed to a particular group or category of
persons of which an applicant may be a
member. The PHA may use local
preferences, as provided in Sec. 960.206.
(b) Under the Public Housing Assessment
System (PHAS), PHAs that have adopted
policies, implemented procedures and can
document that they successfully screen out
and deny admission to certain applicants
with unfavorable criminal histories receive
points. (See 24 CFR 902.43(a)(5).) This
policy takes into account the importance of
screening to public housing communities
and program integrity, and the demand for
assisted housing by families who will adhere
to lease responsibilities.
(c) In selection of families for admission
to its public housing program, or to occupy a
public housing development or unit, the
PHA is responsible for screening family
behavior and suitability for tenancy. The
PHA may consider all relevant information,
which may include, but is not limited to:
(1) An applicant's past performance in
meeting financial obligations, especially
rent;
(2) A record of disturbance of neighbors,
destruction of property, or living or
housekeeping habits at prior residences
which may adversely affect the health,
safety or welfare of other tenants; and
(3) A history of criminal activity
involving crimes of physical violence to
persons or property and other criminal acts
which would adversely affect the health,
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safety or welfare of other tenants. (See Sec.
960.204.) With respect to criminal activity
described in Sec. 960.204:
(i) The PHA may require an applicant to
exclude a household member in order to be
admitted to the housing program where that
household member has participated in or
been culpable for actions described in Sec.
960.204 that warrants denial.
(ii) The PHA may, where a statute
requires that the PHA prohibit admission for
a prescribed period of time after some
disqualifying behavior or event, choose to
continue that prohibition for a longer period
of time.
(d) In the event of the receipt of
unfavorable information with respect to an
applicant, consideration shall be given to the
time, nature, and extent of the applicant's
conduct (including the seriousness of the
offense).
(1) In a manner consistent with the PHA's
policies, procedures and practices referenced
in paragraph (b) of this section,
consideration may be given to factors which
might indicate a reasonable probability of
favorable future conduct. For example:
(i) Evidence of rehabilitation; and
(ii) Evidence of the applicant family's
participation in or willingness to participate
in social service or other appropriate
counseling service programs and the
availability of such programs;
(2) Consideration of rehabilitation. (i) In
determining whether to deny admission for
illegal drug use or a pattern of illegal drug
use by a household member who is no
longer engaging in such use, or for abuse or
a pattern of abuse of alcohol by a household
member who is no longer engaging in such
abuse, the PHA may consider whether such
household member is participating in or has
successfully completed a supervised drug or
alcohol rehabilitation program, or has
otherwise been rehabilitated successfully (42
U.S.C. 13661). For this purpose, the PHA
may require the applicant to submit evidence
of the household member's current
participation in, or successful completion of,
a supervised drug or alcohol rehabilitation
program or evidence of otherwise having
been rehabilitated successfully.
(ii) If rehabilitation is not an element of
the eligibility determination (see Sec.
960.204(a)(1)), the PHA may choose not to
consider whether the person has been
rehabilitated.
Sec. 960.204 Denial of
admission for criminal activity
or drug abuse by household
members.
(a) Required denial of admission. (1)
Persons evicted for drug-
related criminal activity. The PHA standards
must prohibit admission of an applicant to
the PHA's public housing program for three
years from the date of the eviction if any
household member has been evicted from
federally assisted housing for drug-related
criminal activity. However, the PHA may
admit the household if the PHA determines:
(i) The evicted household member who
engaged in drug-related criminal activity has
successfully completed a supervised drug
rehabilitation program approved by the
PHA; or
(ii) The circumstances leading to the
eviction no longer exist (for example, the
criminal household member has died or is
imprisoned).
(2) Persons engaging in illegal use of a
drug. The PHA must establish standards that
prohibit admission of a household to the
PHA's public housing program if:
(i) The PHA determines that any
household member is currently engaging in
illegal use of a drug (For purposes of this
section, a household member is ``currently
engaged in'' the criminal activity if the
person has engaged in the behavior recently
enough to justify a reasonable belief that the
behavior is current); or
(ii) The PHA determines that it has
reasonable cause to believe that a household
member's illegal use or pattern of illegal use
of a drug may threaten the health, safety, or
right to peaceful enjoyment of the premises
by other residents.
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(3) Persons convicted of
methamphetamine production. The PHA
must establish standards that permanently
prohibit admission to the PHA's public
housing program if any household member
has ever been convicted of drug-related
criminal activity for manufacture or
production of methamphetamine on the
premises of federally assisted housing.
(4) Persons subject to sex offender
registration requirement. The PHA must
establish standards that prohibit admission
to the PHA's public housing program if any
member of the household is subject to a
lifetime registration requirement under a
State sex offender registration program. In
the screening of applicants, the PHA must
perform necessary criminal history
background checks in the State where the
housing is located and in other States where
household members are known to have
resided. (See part 5, subpart J of this title for
provisions concerning access to sex offender
registration records.)
(b) Persons that abuse or show a pattern
of abuse of alcohol. The PHA must establish
standards that prohibit admission to the
PHA's public housing program if the PHA
determines that it has reasonable cause to
believe that a household member's abuse or
pattern of abuse of alcohol may threaten the
health, safety, or right to peaceful enjoyment
of the premises by other residents.
(c) Use of criminal records. Before a PHA
denies admission to the PHAs public
housing program on the basis of a criminal
record, the PHA must notify the household
of the proposed action to be based on the
information and must provide the subject of
the record and the applicant with a copy of
the criminal record and an opportunity to
dispute the accuracy and relevance of that
record. (See part 5, subpart J of this title for
provisions concerning access to criminal
records.)
(d) Cost of obtaining criminal record. The
PHA may not pass along to the applicant the
costs of a criminal records check.
Sec. 960.205 Drug use by
applicants: Obtaining
information from drug
treatment facility.
(a) Purpose. This section addresses a
PHA's authority to request and obtain
information from drug abuse treatment
facilities concerning applicants. This section
does not apply to information requested or
obtained from drug abuse treatment facilities
other than under the authority of section 6(t).
(b) Additional terms used in this section
are as follows:
(1) Currently engaging in illegal use of a
drug. Illegal use of a drug occurred recently
enough to justify a reasonable belief that
there is continuing illegal drug use by a
household member.
(2) Drug abuse treatment facility. An
entity:
(i) That holds itself out as providing, and
provides, diagnosis, treatment, or referral for
treatment with respect to the illegal drug
use; and
(ii) That is either an identified unit within
a general care facility; or an entity other than
a general medical care facility.
(c) Authorization by household member
for PHA to receive information from a drug
abuse treatment facility. (1) The PHA may
require each applicant to submit for all
household members who are at least 18
years of age, and for each family head or
spouse regardless of age, one or more
consent forms signed by such household
member that:
(i) Requests any drug abuse treatment
facility to inform the PHA only whether the
drug abuse treatment facility has reasonable
cause to believe that the household member
is currently engaging in illegal drug use;
(ii) Complies with the form of written
consent required by 42 CFR 2.31; and
(iii) Authorizes the PHA to receive such
information from the drug abuse treatment
facility, and to utilize such information in
determining whether to prohibit admission
of the household member to the PHA's
public housing program in accordance with
Sec. 960.203. (See the Public Health Service
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Act, 42 U.S.C. 290dd-2, and implementing
regulations at 42 CFR part 2, with respect to
responsibilities of the drug abuse treatment
facility.)
(2) The consent form submitted for a
proposed household member must expire
automatically after the PHA has made a
final decision to either approve or deny the
admission of such person.
(d) PHA request for information from
drug use treatment facility. (1) The PHA
may request that a drug abuse treatment
facility disclose whether the drug abuse
treatment facility has reasonable cause to
believe that the proposed household member
is currently engaging in the illegal use of a
drug (as defined in Sec. 5.100 of this title).
(2) The PHA's request to the drug abuse
treatment facility must include a copy of the
consent form signed by the proposed
household member.
(3) A drug abuse treatment facility is not
liable for damages based on any information
required to be disclosed under this section if
such disclosure is consistent with section
543 of the Public Health Service Act (42
U.S.C. 290dd-2).
(4) The PHA is not obligated to request
information from a drug treatment facility
under this section, and is not liable for
damages for failing to request or receive
such information.
(5) A drug abuse treatment facility may
charge the PHA a reasonable fee for
information provided under this section. The
PHA may not pass along to the applicant or
tenant the costs of obtaining this
information.
(e) Prohibition of discriminatory
treatment of applicants. (1) A PHA may
request information from a drug abuse
treatment facility under paragraph (d) of this
section only if the PHA has adopted and has
consistently implemented either of the
following policies, obtaining a signed
consent form from the proposed household
members:
(i) Policy A--Request for all families.
Under Policy A, the PHA must submit a
request for information to a drug abuse
treatment facility in accordance with
paragraph (d) of this section before
admitting any family to the PHA's public
housing program. For each such family, the
request must be submitted for each proposed
household member described in paragraph
(c)(1) of this section.
(ii) Policy B--Request for certain
household members. Under Policy B, the
PHA must submit a request to a drug abuse
treatment facility only with respect to each
proposed household member:
(A) Whose criminal record indicates prior
arrest or conviction for any criminal activity
that may be a basis for denial of admission
under Sec. 960.205; or
(B) Whose prior tenancy records indicate
that the proposed household member:
(1) Engaged in the destruction of
property;
(2) Engaged in violent activity against
another person; or
(3) Interfered with the right of peaceful
enjoyment of the premises of other
residents.
(4) The policy adopted by the PHA must
be included in the PHA administrative plan
and the PHA plan.
(f) Records management and
confidentiality. Each PHA that receives
information from a drug abuse treatment
facility under this section must establish and
implement a system of records management
that ensures that any information which the
PHA receives from the drug abuse treatment
facility about a person:
(1) Is maintained confidentially in
accordance with section 543 of the Public
Health Service Act (12 U.S.C. 290dd-2);
(2) Is not misused or improperly
disseminated; and
(3) Is destroyed, as applicable:
(i) Not later than 5 business days after the
PHA makes a final decision to admit the
person as a household member under the
PHA's public housing program; or
(ii) If the PHA denies the admission of
such person as a household member, in a
timely manner after the date on which the
statute of limitations for the commencement
of a civil action based upon that denial of
admissions has expired without the filing of
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a civil action or until final disposition of any
such litigation.
Sec. 960.206 Waiting list: Local
preferences in admission to
public housing program.
(a) Establishment of PHA local
preferences. (1) The PHA may adopt a
system of local preferences for selection of
families admitted to the PHA's public
housing program. The PHA system of
selection preferences must be based on local
housing needs and priorities as determined
by the PHA. In determining such needs and
priorities, the PHA shall use generally
accepted data sources. Such sources include
public comment on the PHA plan (as
received pursuant to Sec. 903.17 of this
chapter), and on the consolidated plan for
the relevant jurisdiction (as received
pursuant to part 91 of this title).
(2) The PHA may limit the number of
applicants that qualify for any local
preference.
(3) PHA adoption and implementation of
local preferences is subject to HUD
requirements concerning income-targeting
(Sec. 960.202(b)), deconcentration and
income-mixing (Sec. 903.7), and selection
preferences for developments designated
exclusively for elderly or disabled families
or for mixed population developments (Sec.
960.407).
(4) The PHA must inform all applicants
about available preferences and must give
applicants an opportunity to show that they
qualify for available preferences.
(b) Particular local preferences--(1)
Residency requirements or preferences.
(i) Residency requirements are prohibited.
Although a PHA is not prohibited from
adopting a residency preference, the PHA
may only adopt or implement residency
preferences in accordance with non-
discrimination and equal opportunity
requirements listed at Sec. 5.105(a) of this
title.
(ii) A residency preference is a preference
for admission of persons who reside in a
specified geographic area (``residency
preference area''). A county or municipality
may be used as a residency preference area.
An area smaller than a county or
municipality may not be used as a residency
preference area.
(iii) Any PHA residency preferences must
be included in the statement of PHA policies
that govern eligibility, selection and
admission to the program, which is included
in the PHA annual plan (or supporting
documents) pursuant to part 903 of this
chapter. Such policies must specify that use
of a residency preference will not have the
purpose or effect of delaying or otherwise
denying admission to the program based on
the race, color, ethnic origin, gender,
religion, disability, or age of any member of
an applicant family.
(iv) A residency preference must not be
based on how long an applicant has resided
or worked in a residency preference area.
(v) Applicants who are working or who
have been notified that they are hired to
work in a residency preference area must be
treated as residents of the residency
preference area. The PHA may treat
graduates of, or active participants in,
education and training programs in a
residency preference area as residents of the
residency preference area if the education or
training program is designed to prepare
individuals for the job market.
(2) Preference for working families. The
PHA may adopt a preference for admission
of working families (families where the
head, spouse, or sole member, is employed).
However, an applicant must be given the
benefit of the working family preference if
the head and spouse, or sole member is age
62 or older, or is a person with disabilities.
(3) Preference for person with disabilities.
The PHA may adopt a preference for
admission of families that include a person
with disabilities. However, the PHA may not
adopt a preference for persons with a
specific disability.
(4) Preference for victims of domestic
violence. The PHA should consider whether
to adopt a local preference for admission of
families that include victims of domestic
violence.
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(5) Preference for single persons who are
elderly, displaced, homeless or a person with
disabilities. The PHA may adopt a
preference for admission of single persons
who are age 62 or older, displaced,
homeless, or persons with disabilities over
other single persons.
(c) Selection for particular unit. In
selecting a family to occupy a particular
unit, the PHA may match characteristics of
the family with the type of unit available, for
example, number of bedrooms. In selection
of families to occupy units with special
accessibility features for persons with
disabilities, the PHA must first offer such
units to families which include persons with
disabilities who require such accessibility
features (see Secs. 8.27 and 100.202 of this
title).
(d) Housing assistance limitation for
single persons. A single person who is not
an elderly or displaced person, or a person
with disabilities, or the remaining member
of a resident family may not be provided a
housing unit with two or more bedrooms.
(e) Selection method. (1) The PHA must
use the following to select among applicants
on the waiting list with the same priority for
admission:
(i) Date and time of application; or
(ii) A drawing or other random choice
technique.
(2) The method for selecting applicants
must leave a clear audit trail that can be used
to verify that each applicant has been
selected in accordance with the method
specified in the PHA plan.
Sec. 960.208 Notification to
applicants.
(a) The PHA must promptly notify any
applicant determined to be ineligible for
admission to a project of the basis for such
determination, and must provide the
applicant upon request, within a reasonable
time after the determination is made, with an
opportunity for an informal hearing on such
determination.
(b) When a determination has been made
that an applicant is eligible and satisfies all
requirements for admission, including the
tenant selection criteria, the applicant must
be notified of the approximate date of
occupancy insofar as that date can be
reasonably determined.
Subpart C--Rent and
Reexamination
Source: 65 FR 16726, Mar. 29, 2000,
unless otherwise noted.
Sec. 960.253 Choice of rent.
(a) Rent options. (1) Annual choice by
family. Once a year, the PHA must give
each family the opportunity to choose
between the two methods for determining
the amount of tenant rent payable monthly
by the family. The family may choose to pay
as tenant rent either a flat rent as determined
in accordance with paragraph (b) of this
section, or an income-based rent as
determined in accordance with paragraph (c)
of this section. Except for financial hardship
cases as provided in paragraph (d) of this
section, the family may not be offered this
choice more than once a year.
(2) Relation to minimum rent. Regardless
of whether the family chooses to pay a flat
rent or income-based rent, the family must
pay at least the minimum rent as determined
in accordance with Sec. 5.630 of this title.
(b) Flat rent. (1) The flat rent is based on
the market rent charged for comparable units
in the private unassisted rental market. It is
equal to the estimated rent for which the
PHA could promptly lease the public
housing unit after preparation for
occupancy.
(2) The PHA must use a reasonable
method to determine the flat rent for a unit.
To determine the flat rent, the PHA must
consider:
(i) The location, quality, size, unit type
and age of the unit; and
(ii) Any amenities, housing services,
maintenance and utilities provided by the
PHA.
(3) The flat rent is designed to encourage
self-sufficiency and to avoid creating
disincentives for continued residency by
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families who are attempting to become
economically self-sufficient.
(4) If the family chooses to pay a flat rent,
the PHA does not pay any utility
reimbursement.
(5) The PHA must maintain records that
document the method used to determine flat
rents, and also show how flat rents are
determined by the PHA in accordance with
this method, and document flat rents offered
to families under this method.
(c) Income-based rent. (1) An income-
based rent is a tenant rent that is based on
the family's income and the PHA's rent
policies for determination of such rents.
(2) The PHA rent policies may specify
that the PHA will use percentage of family
income or some other reasonable system to
determine income-based rents. The PHA
rent policies may provide for depositing a
portion of tenant rent in an escrow or
savings account, for imposing a ceiling on
tenant rents, for adoption of permissive
income deductions (see Sec. 5.611(b) of this
title), or for another reasonable system to
determining the amount of income-based
tenant rent.
(3) The income-based tenant rent must not
exceed the total tenant payment (Sec. 5.628
of this title) for the family minus any
applicable utility allowance for tenant-paid
utilities. If the utility allowance exceeds the
total tenant payment, the PHA shall pay
such excess amount (the utility
reimbursement) either to the family or
directly to the utility supplier to pay the
utility bill on behalf of the family. If the
PHA elects to pay the utility supplier, the
PHA must notify the family of the amount
of utility reimbursement paid to the utility
supplier.
(d) Ceiling rent. Instead of using flat
rents, a PHA may retain ceiling rents that
were authorized and established before
October 1, 1999, for a period of three years
from October 1, 1999. After this three year
period, the PHA must adjust such ceiling
rents to the level required for flat rents under
this section; however, ceiling rents are
subject to paragraph (a) of this section, the
annual reexamination requirements, and the
limitation that the tenant rent plus any utility
allowance may not exceed the total tenant
payment.
(e) Information for families. For the
family to make an informed choice about its
rent options, the PHA must provide
sufficient information for an informed
choice. Such information must include at
least the following written information:
(1) The PHA's policies on switching type
of rent in circumstances of financial
hardship, and
(2) The dollar amounts of tenant rent for
the family under each option. If the family
chose a flat rent for the previous year, the
PHA is required to provide the amount of
income-based rent for the subsequent year
only the year the PHA conducts an income
reexamination or if the family specifically
requests it and submits updated income
information. For a family that chooses the
flat rent option, the PHA must conduct a
reexamination of family income at least
once every three years.
(f) Switch from flat rent to income-based
rent because of hardship. (1) A family that is
paying a flat rent may at any time request a
switch to payment of income-based rent
(before the next annual option to select the
type of rent) if the family is unable to pay
flat rent because of financial hardship. The
PHA must adopt written policies for
determining when payment of flat rent is a
financial hardship for the family.
(2) If the PHA determines that the family
is unable to pay the flat rent because of
financial hardship, the PHA must
immediately allow the requested switch to
income-based rent. The PHA shall make the
determination within a reasonable time after
the family request.
(3) The PHA policies for determining
when payment of flat rent is a financial
hardship must provide that financial
hardship include the following situations:
(i) The family has experienced a decrease
in income because of changed
circumstances, including loss or reduction of
employment, death in the family, or
reduction in or loss of earnings or other
assistance;
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(ii) The family has experienced an
increase in expenses, because of changed
circumstances, for medical costs, child care,
transportation, education, or similar items;
and
(iii) Such other situations determined by
the PHA to be appropriate.
Sec. 960.255 Self-sufficiency
incentives--Disallowance of
increase in annual income.
(a) Definitions. The following definitions
apply for purposes of this section.
Disallowance. Exclusion from annual
income.
Previously unemployed includes a person
who has earned, in the twelve months
previous to employment, no more than
would be received for 10 hours of work per
week for 50 weeks at the established
minimum wage.
Qualified family. A family residing in
public housing:
(i) Whose annual income increases as a
result of employment of a family member
who was unemployed for one or more years
previous to employment;
(ii) Whose annual income increases as a
result of increased earnings by a family
member during participation in any
economic self-sufficiency or other job
training program; or
(iii) Whose annual income increases, as a
result of new employment or increased
earnings of a family member, during or
within six months after receiving assistance,
benefits or services under any state program
for temporary assistance for needy families
funded under Part A of Title IV of the Social
Security Act, as determined by the PHA in
consultation with the local agencies
administering temporary assistance for
needy families (TANF) and Welfare-to-
Work (WTW) programs. The TANF
program is not limited to monthly income
maintenance, but also includes such benefits
and services as one-time payments, wage
subsidies and transportation assistance--
provided that the total amount over a six-
month period is at least $500.
(b) Disallowance of increase in annual
income. (1) Initial twelve month exclusion.
During the cumulative twelve month period
beginning on the date a member of a
qualified family is first employed or the
family first experiences an increase in
annual income attributable to employment,
the PHA must exclude from annual income
(as defined in Sec. 5.609 of this title) of a
qualified family any increase in income of
the family member as a result of
employment over prior income of that
family member.
(2) Second twelve month exclusion and
phase-in. During the second cumulative
twelve month period after the date a member
of a qualified family is first employed or the
family first experiences an increase in
annual income attributable to employment,
the PHA must exclude from annual income
of a qualified family fifty percent of any
increase in income of such family member
as a result of employment over income of
that family member prior to the beginning of
such employment.
(3) Maximum four year disallowance. The
disallowance of increased income of an
individual family member as provided in
paragraph (b)(1) or (b)(2) of this section is
limited to a lifetime 48 month period. It only
applies for a maximum of twelve months for
disallowance under paragraph (b)(1) and a
maximum of twelve months for
disallowance under paragraph (b)(2), during
the 48 month period starting from the initial
exclusion under paragraph (b)(1) of this
section.
(c) Inapplicability to admission. The
disallowance of increases in income as a
result of employment under this section does
not apply for purposes of admission to the
program (including the determination of
income eligibility and income targeting).
(d) Individual Savings Accounts. As an
alternative to the disallowance of increases
in income as a result of employment
described in paragraph (b) of this section, a
PHA may choose to provide for individual
savings accounts for public housing
residents who pay an income-based rent, in
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accordance with a written policy, which
must include the following provisions:
(1) The PHA must advise the family that
the savings account option is available;
(2) At the option of the family, the PHA
must deposit in the savings account the total
amount that would have been included in
tenant rent payable to the PHA as a result of
increased income that is disallowed in
accordance with paragraph (b) of this
section;
(3) Amounts deposited in a savings
account may be withdrawn only for the
purpose of:
(i) Purchasing a home;
(ii) Paying education costs of family
members;
(iii) Moving out of public or assisted
housing; or
(iv) Paying any other expense authorized
by the PHA for the purpose of promoting the
economic self-sufficiency of residents of
public housing;
(4) The PHA must maintain the account
in an interest bearing investment and must
credit the family with the net interest
income, and the PHA may not charge a fee
for maintaining the account;
(5) At least annually the PHA must
provide the family with a report on the status
of the account; and
(6) If the family moves out of public
housing, the PHA shall pay the tenant any
balance in the account, minus any amounts
owed to the PHA.
Sec. 960.257 Family income
and composition: Regular and
interim reexaminations.
(a) When PHA is required to conduct
reexamination. (1) For families who pay an
income-based rent, the PHA must conduct a
reexamination of family income and
composition at least annually and must make
appropriate adjustments in the rent after
consultation with the family and upon
verification of the information.
(2) For families who choose flat rents, the
PHA must conduct a reexamination of
family composition at least annually, and
must conduct a reexamination of family
income at least once every three years.
(3) For all families who include
nonexempt individuals, as defined in Sec.
960.601, the PHA must determine
compliance once each twelve months with
community service and self-sufficiency
requirements in subpart F of this part.
(4) The PHA may use the results of these
reexaminations to require the family to
move to an appropriate size unit.
(b) Interim reexaminations. A family may
request an interim reexamination of family
income or composition because of any
changes since the last determination. The
PHA must make the interim reexamination
within a reasonable time after the family
request. The PHA must adopt policies
prescribing when and under what conditions
the family must report a change in family
income or composition.
(c) PHA reexamination policies. The PHA
must adopt admission and occupancy
policies concerning conduct of annual and
interim reexaminations in accordance with
this section, and shall conduct
reexaminations in accordance with such
policies. The PHA reexamination policies
must be in accordance with the PHA plan.
Sec. 960.259 Family
information and verification.
(a) Family obligation to supply
information. (1) The family must supply any
information that the PHA or HUD
determines is necessary in administration of
the public housing program, including
submission of required evidence of
citizenship or eligible immigration status (as
provided by part 5, subpart E of this title).
``Information'' includes any requested
certification, release or other documentation.
(2) The family must supply any
information requested by the PHA or HUD
for use in a regularly scheduled
reexamination or an interim reexamination
of family income and composition in
accordance with HUD requirements.
(3) For requirements concerning the
following, see part 5, subpart B of this title:
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(i) Family verification and disclosure of
social security numbers;
(ii) Family execution and submission of
consent forms for obtaining wage and claim
information from State Wage Information
Collection Agencies (SWICAs).
(4) Any information supplied by the
family must be true and complete.
(b) Family release and consent. (1) As a
condition of admission to or continued
assistance under the program, the PHA shall
require the family head, and such other
family members as the PHA designates, to
execute a consent form (including any
release and consent as required under Sec.
5.230 of this title) authorizing any
depository or private source of income, or
any Federal, State or local agency, to furnish
or release to the PHA or HUD such
information as the PHA or HUD determines
to be necessary.
(2) The use or disclosure of information
obtained from a family or from another
source pursuant to this release and consent
shall be limited to purposes directly
connected with administration of the
program.
(c) PHA responsibility for reexamination
and verification. (1) The PHA must obtain
and document in the family file third party
verification of the following factors, or must
document in the file why third party
verification was not available:
(i) Reported family annual income;
(ii) The value of assets;
(iii) Expenses related to deductions from
annual income; and
(iv) Other factors that affect the
determination of adjusted income or
income-based rent.
Sec. 960.261 Restriction on
eviction of families based on
income.
No PHA shall commence eviction
proceedings based on the income of the
tenant family unless:
(a) It has determined that there is decent,
safe, and sanitary housing of suitable size
for the family available at a rent not
exceeding the tenant rent; or
(b) It is required to do so by local law.
Subpart D--Preference for
Elderly Families and Disabled
Families in Mixed Population
Projects
Source: 59 FR 17667, Apr. 13, 1994,
unless otherwise noted.
Sec. 960.401 Purpose.
This subpart establishes a preference for
elderly families and disabled families for
admission to mixed population public
housing projects, as defined in Sec. 960.405.
Sec. 960.403 Applicability.
(a) This subpart applies to all dwelling
units in mixed population projects (as
defined in Sec. 960.405), or portions of
mixed population projects, assisted under
the U.S. Housing Act of 1937. These
projects formerly were known as elderly
projects.
(b) This subpart does not apply to section
23 and section 10(c) leased housing projects
or the section 23 Housing Assistance
Payments Program where the owners enter
into leases directly with the tenants, or to the
Section 8 Housing Assistance Payments
Program, the Low-Rent Housing
Homeownership Opportunities Program
(Turnkey III), the Mutual Help
Homeownership Opportunities Program, or
to Indian Housing Authorities. (For
applicability to Indian Housing Authorities,
see part 905 of this chapter.) Additionally,
this subpart is not applicable to projects
designated for elderly families or designated
for disabled families in accordance with 24
CFR part 945.
Sec. 960.407 Selection
preference for mixed
population developments.
(a) The PHA must give preference to
elderly families and disabled families
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equally in determining priority for
admission to mixed population
developments. The PHA may not establish a
limit on the number of elderly families or
disabled families who may be accepted for
occupancy in a mixed population
development.
(b) In selecting elderly families and
disabled families to occupy units in mixed
population developments, the PHA must
first offer units that have special
accessibility features for persons with
disabilities to families who include persons
with disabilities who require the
accessibility features of such units (see Secs.
8.27 and 100.202 of this title).
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Subpart E--Occupancy by
Over-Income Families or
Police Officers
Source: 65 FR 16729, Mar. 29, 2000,
unless otherwise noted.
Sec. 960.503 Occupancy by
over-income families.
A PHA that owns or operates fewer than
two hundred fifty (250) public housing
units, may lease a unit in a public housing
development to an over-income family (a
family whose annual income exceeds the
limit for a low income family at the time of
initial occupancy), in accordance with its
PHA annual plan (or supporting documents),
if all the following conditions are satisfied:
(a) There are no eligible low income
families on the PHA waiting list or applying
for public housing assistance when the unit
is leased to an over-income family;
(b) The PHA has publicized availability
of the unit for rental to eligible low income
families, including publishing public notice
of such availability in a newspaper of
general circulation in the jurisdiction at least
thirty days before offering the unit to an
over-income family;
(c) The over-income family rents the unit
on a month-to-month basis for a rent that is
not less than the PHA's cost to operate the
unit;
(d) The lease to the over-income family
provides that the family agrees to vacate the
unit when needed for rental to an eligible
family; and
(e) The PHA gives the over-income
family at least thirty days notice to vacate
the unit when the unit is needed for rental to
an eligible family.
Sec. 960.505 Occupancy by
police officers to provide
security for public housing
residents.
(a) Police officer. For purpose of this
subpart E, ``police officer'' means a person
determined by the PHA to be, during the
period of residence of that person in public
housing, employed on a full-time basis as a
duly licensed professional police officer by a
Federal, State or local government or by any
agency of these governments. An officer of
an accredited police force of a housing
agency may qualify.
(b) Occupancy in public housing. For the
purpose of increasing security for residents
of a public housing development, the PHA
may allow police officers who would not
otherwise be eligible for occupancy in
public housing, to reside in a public housing
dwelling unit. The PHA must include in the
PHA annual plan or supporting documents
the number and location of the units to be
occupied by police officers, and the terms
and conditions of their tenancies; and a
statement that such occupancy is needed to
increase security for public housing
residents.
Subpart F--When Resident
Must Perform Community
Service Activities or Self-
Sufficiency Work Activities
Source: 65 FR 16729, Mar. 29, 2000,
unless otherwise noted.
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Sec. 960.600 Implementation.
PHAs and residents must comply with the
requirements of this subpart beginning with
PHA fiscal years that commence on or after
October 1, 2000. Unless otherwise provided
by Sec. 903.11 of this chapter, Annual Plans
submitted for those fiscal years are required
to contain information regarding the PHA's
compliance with the community service
requirement, as described in Sec. 903.7 of
this chapter.
Sec. 960.601 Definitions.
(a) Definitions found elsewhere.
(1) General definitions. The following
terms are defined in part 5, subpart A of this
title: public housing, public housing agency
(PHA).
(2) Definitions concerning income and
rent. The following terms are defined in part
5, subpart F of this title: economic self-
sufficiency program, work activities.
(b) Other definitions. In addition to the
definitions in paragraph (a) of this section,
the following definitions apply:
Community service. The performance of
voluntary work or duties that are a public
benefit, and that serve to improve the quality
of life, enhance resident self-sufficiency, or
increase resident self-responsibility in the
community. Community service is not
employment and may not include political
activities.
Exempt individual. An adult who:
(1) Is 62 years or older;
(2)(i) Is a blind or disabled individual, as
defined under 216(i)(1) or 1614 of the
Social Security Act (42 U.S.C. 416(i)(1);
1382c), and who certifies that because of
this disability she or he is unable to comply
with the service provisions of this subpart,
or
(ii) Is a primary caretaker of such
individual;
(3) Is engaged in work activities;
(4) Meets the requirements for being
exempted from having to engage in a work
activity under the State program funded
under part A of title IV of the Social
Security Act (42 U.S.C. 601 et seq.) or
under any other welfare program of the State
in which the PHA is located, including a
State-administered welfare-to-work
program; or
(5) Is a member of a family receiving
assistance, benefits or services under a State
program funded under part A of title IV of
the Social Security Act (42 U.S.C. 601 et
seq.) or under any other welfare program of
the State in which the PHA is located,
including a State-
administered welfare-to-work program, and
has not been found by the State or other
administering entity to be in noncompliance
with such a program.
Service requirement. The obligation of
each adult resident, other than an exempt
individual, to perform community service or
participate in an economic-self sufficiency
program required in accordance with Sec.
960.603.
Sec. 960.603 General
requirements.
(a) Service requirement. Except for any
family member who is an exempt individual,
each adult resident of public housing must:
(1) Contribute 8 hours per month of
community service (not including political
activities); or
(2) Participate in an economic self-
sufficiency program for 8 hours per month;
or
(3) Perform 8 hours per month of
combined activities as described in
paragraphs (a)(1) and (a)(2) of this section.
(b) Family violation of service
requirement. The lease shall specify that it
shall be renewed automatically for all
purposes, unless the family fails to comply
with the service requirement. Violation of
the service requirement is grounds for
nonrenewal of the lease at the end of the
twelve month lease term, but not for
termination of tenancy during the course of
the twelve month lease term (see Sec.
966.4(l)(2)(i) of this chapter).
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Sec. 960.605 How PHA
administers service
requirements.
(a) PHA policy. Each PHA must develop
a local policy for administration of the
community service and economic self-
sufficiency requirements for public housing
residents.
(b) Administration of qualifying
community service or self-
sufficiency activities for residents. The PHA
may administer qualifying community
service or economic self-sufficiency
activities directly, or may make such
activities available through a contractor, or
through partnerships with qualified
organizations, including resident
organizations, and community agencies or
institutions.
(c) PHA responsibilities. (1) The PHA
policy must describe how the PHA
determines which family members are
subject to or exempt from the service
requirement, and the process for determining
any changes to exempt or non-exempt status
of family members.
(2) The PHA must give the family a
written description of the service
requirement, and of the process for claiming
status as an exempt person and for PHA
verification of such status. The PHA must
also notify the family of its determination
identifying the family members who are
subject to the service requirement, and the
family members who are exempt persons.
(3) The PHA must review family
compliance with service requirements, and
must verify such compliance annually at
least thirty days before the end of the twelve
month lease term. If qualifying activities are
administered by an organization other than
the PHA, the PHA shall obtain verification
of family compliance from such third
parties.
(4) The PHA must retain reasonable
documentation of service requirement
performance or exemption in participant
files.
(5) The PHA must comply with non-
discrimination and equal opportunity
requirements listed at Sec. 5.105(a) of
this title.
Sec. 960.607 Assuring resident
compliance.
(a) Third-party certification. If qualifying
activities are administered by an
organization other than the PHA, a family
member who is required to fulfill a service
requirement must provide signed
certification to the PHA by such other
organization that the family member has
performed such qualifying activities.
(b) PHA notice of noncompliance. (1) If
the PHA determines that there is a family
member who is required to fulfill a service
requirement, but who has violated this
family obligation (noncompliant resident),
the PHA must notify the tenant of this
determination.
(2) The PHA notice to the tenant must:
(i) Briefly describe the noncompliance;
(ii) State that the PHA will not renew the
lease at the end of the twelve month lease
term unless:
(A) The tenant, and any other
noncompliant resident, enter into a written
agreement with the PHA, in the form and
manner required by the PHA, to cure such
noncompliance, and in fact cure such
noncompliance in accordance with such
agreement; or
(B) The family provides written assurance
satisfactory to the PHA that the tenant or
other noncompliant resident no longer
resides in the unit.
(iii) State that the tenant may request a
grievance hearing on the PHA
determination, in accordance with part 966,
subpart B of this chapter, and that the tenant
may exercise any available judicial remedy
to seek timely redress for the PHA's
nonrenewal of the lease because of such
determination.
(c) Tenant agreement to comply with
service requirement. If the tenant or another
family member has violated the service
requirement, the PHA may not renew the
lease upon expiration of the term unless:
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(1) The tenant, and any other
noncompliant resident, enter into a written
agreement with the PHA, in the form and
manner required by the PHA, to cure such
noncompliance by completing the additional
hours of community service or economic
self-sufficiency activity needed to make up
the total number of hours required over the
twelve-month term of the new lease, and
(2) All other members of the family who
are subject to the service requirement are
currently complying with the service
requirement or are no longer residing in the
unit.
Sec. 960.609 Prohibition
against replacement of PHA
employees.
In implementing the service requirement
under this subpart, the PHA may not
substitute community service or self-
sufficiency activities performed by residents
for work ordinarily performed by PHA
employees, or replace a job at any location
where residents perform activities to satisfy
the service requirement.
Subpart G--Pet Ownership in
Public Housing
Source: 65 FR 42522, July 10, 2000,
unless otherwise noted.
Sec. 960.701 Purpose.
The purpose of this subpart is, in
accordance with section 31 of the United
States Housing Act of 1937 (42 U.S.C.
1437z-3), to permit pet ownership by
residents of public housing, subject to
compliance with reasonable requirements
established by the public housing agency
(PHA) for pet ownership.
Sec. 960.703 Applicability.
This subpart applies to public housing as
that term is defined in section 3(b) of the
United States Housing Act of 1937 (42
U.S.C. 1437a(b)), except that such term does
not include public housing developments for
the elderly or persons with disabilities.
Regulations that apply to pet ownership in
such developments are located in part 5,
subpart C, of this title.
Sec. 960.705 Animals that
assist, support, or provide
service to persons with
disabilities.
(a) This subpart G does not apply to
animals that assist, support or provide
service to persons with disabilities. PHAs
may not apply or enforce any policies
established under this subpart against
animals that are necessary as a reasonable
accommodation to assist, support or provide
service to persons with disabilities. This
exclusion applies to such animals that reside
in public housing, as that term is used in
Sec. 960.703, and such animals that visit
these developments.
(b) Nothing in this subpart G:
(1) Limits or impairs the rights of persons
with disabilities;
(2) Authorizes PHAs to limit or impair
the rights of persons with disabilities; or
(3) Affects any authority that PHAs may
have to regulate service animals that assist,
support or provide service to persons with
disabilities, under Federal, State, or local
law.
Sec. 960.707 Pet ownership.
(a) Ownership Conditions. A resident of a
dwelling unit in public housing, as that term
is used in Sec. 960.703, may own one or
more common household pets or have one
or more common household pets present in
the dwelling unit of such resident, subject to
the reasonable requirements of the PHA, if
the resident maintains each pet:
(1) Responsibly;
(2) In accordance with applicable State
and local public health, animal control, and
animal anti-cruelty laws and regulations;
and
(3) In accordance with the policies
established in the PHA Annual Plan for the
agency as provided in part 903 of this
chapter.
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(b) Reasonable requirements. Reasonable
requirements may include but are not limited
to:
(1) Requiring payment of a non-
refundable nominal fee to cover the
reasonable operating costs to the
development relating to the presence of pets,
a refundable pet deposit to cover additional
costs attributable to the pet and not
otherwise covered, or both;
(2) Limitations on the number of animals
in a unit, based on unit size;
(3) Prohibitions on types of animals that
the PHA classifies as dangerous, provided
that such classifications are consistent with
applicable State and local law, and
prohibitions on individual animals, based on
certain factors, including the size and weight
of animals;
(4) Restrictions or prohibitions based on
size and type of building or project, or other
relevant conditions;
(5) Registration of the pet with the PHA;
and
(6) Requiring pet owners to have their
pets spayed or neutered.
(c) Restriction. A PHA may not require
pet owners to have any pet's vocal chords
removed.
(d) Pet deposit. A PHA that requires a
resident to pay a pet deposit must place the
deposit in an account of the type required
under applicable State or local law for pet
deposits or, if State or local law has no
requirements regarding pet deposits, for
rental security deposits, if applicable. The
PHA shall comply with such applicable law
as to retention of the deposit, interest, and
return of the deposit or portion thereof to the
resident, and any other applicable
requirements.
(e) PHA Plan. Unless otherwise provided
by Sec. 903.11 of this chapter, Annual Plans
are required to contain information
regarding the PHA's pet policies, as
described in Sec. 903.7(n) of this chapter,
beginning with PHA fiscal years that
commence on or after January 1, 2001.




PART 964--TENANT
PARTICIPATION AND
TENANT
OPPORTUNITIES IN
PUBLIC HOUSING
[CITE: 24 CFR 964]
[Code of Federal Regulations]
[Title 24, Volume 4]
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Authority: 42 U.S.C. 1437d, 1437g,
1437r, 3535(d).
Source: 59 FR 43636, Aug. 24, 1994,
unless otherwise noted.
Subpart A--General
Provisions
Sec. 964.1 Purpose.
The purpose of this part is to recognize
the importance of resident involvement in
creating a positive living environment and in
actively participating in the overall mission
of public housing.
Sec. 964.3 Applicability and
scope.
(a) The policies and procedures contained
in this part apply to any PHA that has a
Public Housing Annual Contributions
Contract (ACC) with HUD. This part,
except for subpart E, does not apply to
PHAs with housing assistance payments
contracts with HUD under section 8 of the
U.S. Housing Act of 1937.
(b) Subpart B of this part contains HUD
policies, procedures, and requirements for
the participation of residents in public
housing operations. These policies,
procedures, and requirements apply to all
residents participating under this part.
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(c)(1) Subpart C of this part contains
HUD policies, procedures, and requirements
for residents participating in the Tenant
Opportunities Program (TOP) (replaces the
Resident Management Program under
Section 20 of the United States Housing Act
of 1937). Resident management in public
housing is viable and remains an option
under TOP.
(2) Subpart C of this part is not intended
to negate any pre-
existing arrangements for resident
management in public housing between a
PHA and a resident management
corporation. On or after September 23,
1994, any new, renewed or renegotiated
contracts must meet the requirements of this
part, the ACC and all applicable laws and
regulations.
(d) Subpart D of this part includes
requirements for the Family Investment
Centers (FIC) Program which was
established by Section 22 of the United
States Housing Act of 1937 (42 U.S.C.
1437t) to provide families living in public
housing and Indian housing with better
access to educational and employment
opportunities.
(e) Subpart E of this part implements
section 2(b) of the United States Housing
Act of 1937 (42 U.S.C. 1437), which
provides for resident membership on the
board of directors or similar governing body
of a PHA. Subpart E applies to any public
housing agency that has a public housing
annual contributions contract with HUD or
administers tenant-based rental under
section 8 of the United States Housing Act
of 1937 (42 U.S.C. 1437f).
(f) The term ``resident,'' as used
throughout this part, is interchangeable with
the term ``tenant,'' to reflect the fact that
local resident organizations have differing
preferences for the terms. Terms such as
``resident council'' and ``tenant council'' and
``resident management'' and ``tenant
management'' are interchangeable.
Hereafter, for ease of discussion, the rule
will use the terms resident, resident council
and resident management corporation, as
appropriate.
[57 9R 43636, Aug. 24, 1994, as
amended at 64 FR 56879, Oct. 21, 1999]
Sec. 964.7 Definitions.
Annual Contributions Contract (ACC). A
contract (in the form prescribed by HUD)
under which HUD agrees to provide
financial assistance, and the HA agrees to
comply with HUD requirements for the
development and operation of the public
housing project.
Eligible residents for FIC. A participating
resident of a participating HA. If the HA is
combining FIC with the Family Self-
Sufficiency (FSS) program, the term also
means Public Housing FSS and Section 8
families participating in the FSS program.
Although Section 8 FSS families are eligible
residents for FIC, they do not qualify for
income exclusions that are provided for
public housing residents participating in
employment and supportive service
programs.
Family Investment Centers (FIC). A
facility on or near public housing which
provides families living in public housing
with better access to educational and
employment opportunities to achieve self-
sufficiency and independence.
FIC service coordinator. Any person who
is responsible for:
(1) Determining the eligibility and
assessing needs of families to be served by
the FIC;
(2) Assessing training and service needs
of eligible residents;
(3) Working with service providers to
coordinate the provision of services on a
HA-wide or less than HA-wide basis, and to
tailor the services to the needs and
characteristics of eligible residents;
(4) Mobilizing public and private
resources to ensure that the supportive
services identified can be funded over the
five-year period, at least, following the
initial receipt of funding.
(5) Monitoring and evaluating the
delivery, impact, and effectiveness of any
supportive service funded with capital or
operating assistance under the FIC program;
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(6) Coordinating the development and
implementation of the FIC program with
other self-sufficiency programs, and other
education and employment programs; and
(7) Performing other duties and functions
that are appropriate for providing eligible
residents with better access to educational
and employment opportunities.
HA means the same as Public Housing
Agency (PHA).
Management. All activities for which the
HA is responsible to HUD under the ACC,
within the definition of ``operation'' under
the Act and the ACC, including the
development of resident programs and
services.
Management contract. A written
agreement between a resident management
corporation and a HA, as provided by
subpart C.
Public Housing Agency (PHA) is defined
in 24 CFR part 5.
Public housing development
(Development). The term ``development''
has the same meaning as that provided for
``low-income housing project'' as that term
is defined Section 3(b)(1) of the Act.
Resident management. The performance
of one or more management activities for
one or more projects by a resident
management corporation under a
management contract with the HA.
Resident management corporation. An
entity that proposes to enter into, or enters
into, a contract to manage one or more
management activities of a HA.
Resident-owned business. Any business
concern which is owned and controlled by
public housing residents. (The term
``resident-owned business'' includes sole
proprietorships.) For purposes of this part,
``owned and controlled'' means a business:
(1) Which is at least 51 percent owned by
one or more public housing residents; and
(2) Whose management and daily
business operations are controlled by one or
more such individuals.
Supportive services for FIC. New or
significantly expanded services that are
essential to providing families living with
children in public housing with better access
to educational and employment
opportunities to achieve self-sufficiency and
independence.
Tenant Opportunities Program (TOP).
The TOP program is designed to prepare
residents to experience the dignity of
meaningful work, to own and operate
resident businesses, to move toward
financial independence, and to enable them
to choose where they want to live and
engage in meaningful participation in the
management of housing developments in
which they live. Financial assistance in the
form of technical assistance grants is
available to RCs/RMCs to prepare to
manage activities in their public housing
developments.
Vacant unit under FIC. A dwelling unit
that is not under an effective lease to an
eligible family. An effective lease is a lease
under which an eligible family has a right to
possession of the unit and is being charged
rent, even if the amount of any utility
allowance equals or exceeds the amount of a
total resident payment that is based on
income and, as a result, the amount paid by
the family to the HA is zero.
[59 FR 43636, Aug. 24, 1994, as
amended at 61 FR 5215, Feb. 9, 1996]
Sec. 964.11 HUD policy on
tenant participation.
HUD promotes resident participation and
the active involvement of residents in all
aspects of a HA's overall mission and
operation. Residents have a right to organize
and elect a resident council to represent their
interests. As long as proper procedures are
followed, the HA shall recognize the duly
elected resident council to participate fully
through a working relationship with the HA.
HUD encourages HAs and residents to work
together to determine the most appropriate
ways to foster constructive relationships,
particularly through duly-elected resident
councils.
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Sec. 964.12 HUD policy on the
Tenant Opportunities Program
(TOP).
HUD promotes TOP programs to support
activities that enable residents to improve
the quality of life and resident satisfaction,
and obtain other social and economic
benefits for residents and their families.
Tenant opportunity programs are proven to
be effective in facilitating economic uplift,
as well as in improving the overall
conditions of the public housing
communities.
Sec. 964.14 HUD policy on
partnerships.
HUD promotes partnerships between
residents and HAs which are an essential
component to building, strengthening and
improving public housing. Strong
partnerships are critical for creating positive
changes in lifestyles thus improving the
quality of life for public housing residents,
and the surrounding community.
Sec. 964.15 HUD policy on
resident management.
It is HUD's policy to encourage resident
management. HUD encourages HAs,
resident councils and resident management
corporations to explore the various functions
involved in management to identify
appropriate opportunities for contracting
with a resident management corporation.
Potential benefits of resident-managed
entities include improved quality of life,
experiencing the dignity of meaningful
work, enabling residents to choose where
they want to live, and meaningful
participation in the management of the
housing development.
Sec. 964.16 HUD role in
activities under this part.
(a) General. Subject to the requirements
of this part and other requirements imposed
on HAs by the ACC, statute or regulation,
the form and extent of resident participation
including resident management are local
decisions to be made jointly by resident
councils/resident management corporations
and their HAs. HUD will promote tenant
participation and tenant opportunities
programs, and will provide additional
guidance, as necessary and appropriate. In
addition, HUD will endeavor to provide
technical assistance in connection with these
initiatives.
(b) Monitoring. HUD shall ensure that the
requirements under this part are operating
efficiently and effectively.
Sec. 964.18 HA role in activities
under subparts B & C.
(a) HAs with 250 units or more. (1) A HA
shall officially recognize a duly elected
resident council as the sole representative of
the residents it purports to represent, and
support its tenant participation activities.
(2) When requested by residents, a HA
shall provide appropriate guidance to
residents to assist them in establishing and
maintaining a resident council.
(3) A HA may consult with residents, or
resident councils (if they exist), to determine
the extent to which residents desire to
participate in activities involving their
community, including the management of
specific functions of a public housing
development that may be mutually agreeable
to the HA and the resident council/resident
management corporation.
(4) A HA shall provide the residents or
any resident council with current
information concerning the HA's policies on
tenant participation in management.
(5) If requested, a HA should provide a
duly recognized resident council office
space and meeting facilities, free of charge,
preferably within the development it
represents. If there is no community or
rental space available, a request to approve a
vacant unit for this non-
dwelling use will be considered on a case-
by-case basis.
(6) If requested, a HA shall negotiate with
the duly elected resident council on all uses
of community space for meetings, recreation
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and social services and other resident
participation activities pursuant to HUD
guidelines. Such agreements shall be put
into a written document to be signed by the
HA and the resident council. If a HA fails to
negotiate with a resident council in good
faith or, after negotiations, refuses to permit
such usage of community space, the resident
council may file an informal appeal with
HUD, setting out the circumstances and
providing copies of relevant materials
evidencing the resident council's efforts to
negotiate a written agreement. HUD shall
require the HA to respond with a report
stating the HA's reasons for rejecting the
request or for refusing to negotiate. HUD
shall require the parties (with or without
direct HUD participation) to undertake or to
resume negotiations on an agreement. If no
resolution is achieved within 90 days from
the date HUD required the parties to
undertake or resume such negotiations,
HUD shall serve notice on both parties that
administrative remedies have been
exhausted (except that, pursuant to mutual
agreement of the parties, the time for
negotiations may be extended by no more
than an additional 30 days).
(7) In no event shall HUD or a HA
recognize a competing resident council once
a duly elected resident council has been
established. Any funding of resident
activities and resident input into decisions
concerning public housing operations shall
be made only through the officially
recognized resident council.
(8) The HA shall ensure open
communication and frequent meetings
between HA management and resident
councils and shall encourage the formation
of joint HA management-resident
committees to work on issues and planning.
(9) The resident council shall hold
frequent meetings with the residents to
ensure that residents have input, and are
aware and actively involved in HA
management-resident council decisions and
activities.
(10) The HA and resident council shall
put in writing in the form of a Memorandum
of Understanding the elements of their
partnership agreement and it shall be
updated at least once every three (3) years.
(11) The HA, in collaboration with the
resident councils, shall assume the lead role
for assuring maximum opportunities for
skills training for public housing residents.
To the extent possible, the training resources
should be local to ensure maximum benefit
and on-
going access.
(b) HAs with fewer than 250 units. (1)
HAs with fewer than 250 units of public
housing have the option of participating in
programs under this part.
(2) HAs shall not deny residents the
opportunity to organize. If the residents
decide to organize and form a resident
council, the HA shall comply with the
following:
(i) A HA shall officially recognize a duly
elected resident council as the sole
representative of the residents it purports to
represent, and support its tenant
participation activities.
(ii) When requested by residents, a HA
shall provide appropriate guidance to
residents to assist them in establishing and
maintaining a resident council.
(iii) A HA shall provide the residents or
any resident council with current
information concerning the HA's policies on
tenant participation in management.
(iv) In no event shall HUD or a HA
officially recognize a competing resident
council once a duly elected resident council
has been established. If a duly elected
resident council has been formed, any input
into changes concerning public housing
operations shall be made only through the
officially recognized resident council.
Sec. 964.24 HUD policy on FIC
Program.
HUD promotes Family Investment
Centers which provide better access to
educational and employment opportunities
for residents living in public housing. HUD
encourages resident involvement in the FIC
Program and promotes resident-HA
partnerships to achieve mutual goals.
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Sec. 964.30 Other Program
requirements.
In addition to the requirements set forth in
24 CFR part 5, the following Federal
requirements apply to this program:
(a) Affirmative Outreach. (1) The
Affirmative Fair Housing Marketing
Program requirements of 24 CFR part 200,
subpart M and the implementing regulations
at 24 CFR part 108; and
(2) The fair housing advertising and
poster guidelines at 24 CFR parts 109 and
110.
(b) Title II of the Americans with
Disabilities Act of 1990 (42 U.S.C. 12131)
and implementing regulations at 28 CFR
part 35.
[61 FR 5216, Feb. 9, 1996]
Subpart B--Tenant
Participation
Sec. 964.100 Role of resident
council.
The role of a resident council is to
improve the quality of life and resident
satisfaction and participate in self-help
initiatives to enable residents to create a
positive living environment for families
living in public housing. Resident councils
may actively participate through a working
partnership with the HA to advise and assist
in all aspects of public housing operations.
Sec. 964.105 Role of the
jurisdiction-wide resident
council.
(a) Jurisdiction-wide resident council.
Resident councils may come together to
form an organization which can represent
the interest of residents residing in units
under a HA's jurisdiction. This can be
accomplished by the presidents of duly
elected resident councils forming an
organization, by resident councils electing a
representative to the organization, or
through jurisdiction-wide elections. If duly
elected resident councils form such an
organization, the HA shall recognize it as
the voice of authority-wide residents for
input into housing authority policy making.
(b) Function. The jurisdiction-wide
council may advise the Board of
Commissioners and executive director in all
areas of HA operations, including but not
limited to occupancy, general management,
maintenance, security, resident training,
resident employment, social services and
modernization priorities.
(c) Cooperation with other groups. There
shall be regularly scheduled meetings
between the HA and the local duly elected
resident council, and the jurisdiction-wide
resident council to discuss problems, plan
activities and review progress.
Sec. 964.115 Resident council
requirements.
A resident council shall consist of persons
residing in public housing and must meet
each of the following requirements in order
to receive official recognition from the
HA/HUD, and be eligible to receive funds
for resident council activities, and stipends
for officers for their related costs for
volunteer work in public housing:
(a) It may represent residents residing:
(1) In scattered site buildings;
(2) In areas of contiguous row houses; or
(3) In one or more contiguous buildings;
(4) In a development; or
(5) In a combination of these buildings or
developments;
(b) It must adopt written procedures such
as by-laws, or a constitution which provides
for the election of residents to the governing
board by the voting membership of the
residents residing in public housing,
described in paragraph (b) of this section, on
a regular basis but at least once every three
(3) years. The written procedures must
provide for the recall of the resident board
by the voting membership. These provisions
shall allow for a petition or other expression
of the voting membership's desire for a
recall election, and set the number of
percentage of voting membership
(``threshold'') who must be in agreement in
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order to hold a recall election. This threshold
shall not be less than 10 percent of the
voting membership.
(c) It must have a democratically elected
governing board that is elected by the voting
membership. At a minimum, the governing
board should consist of five (5) elected
board members.
The voting membership must consist of
heads of households (any age) and other
residents at least 18 years of age or older
and whose name appears on a lease for the
unit in the public housing that the resident
council represents.
Sec. 964.117 Resident council
partnerships.
A resident council may form partnerships
with outside organizations, provided that
such relationships are complementary to the
resident council in its duty to represent the
residents, and provided that such outside
organizations do not become the governing
entity of the resident council.
Sec. 964.120 Resident
management corporation
requirements.
A resident management corporation must
consist of residents residing in public
housing and have each of the following
characteristics in order to receive official
recognition by the HA and HUD:
(a) It shall be a non-profit organization
that is validly incorporated under the laws of
the State in which it is located;
(b) It may be established by more than
one resident council, so long as each such
council:
(1) Approves the establishment of the
corporation; and
(2) Has representation on the Board of
Directors of the corporation;
(c) It shall have an elected Board of
Directors, and elections must be held at least
once every three (3) years;
(d) Its by-laws shall require the Board of
Directors to include resident representatives
of each resident council involved in
establishing the corporation; include
qualifications to run for office, frequency of
elections, procedures for recall, and term
limits if desired.
(e) Its voting members shall be heads of
households (any age) and other residents at
least 18 years of age and whose name
appears on the lease of a unit in the public
housing represented by the resident
management corporation;
(f) Where a resident council already exists
for the development, or a portion of the
development, the resident management
corporation shall be approved by the
resident council board and a majority of the
residents. If there is no resident council, a
majority of the residents of the public
housing development it will represent must
approve the establishment of such a
corporation for the purposes of managing
the project; and
(g) It may serve as both the resident
management corporation and the resident
council, so long as the corporation meets the
requirements of this part for a resident
council.
Sec. 964.125 Eligibility for
resident council membership.
(a) Any member of a public housing
household whose name is on the lease of a
unit in the public housing development and
meets the requirements of the by-laws is
eligible to be a member of a resident
council. The resident council may establish
additional criteria that are non-
discriminatory and do not infringe on rights
of other residents in the development. Such
criteria must be stated in the by-laws or
constitution as appropriate.
(b) The right to vote for resident council
board shall be limited to designated heads of
households (any age) and other members of
the household who are 18 years or older
whose name appears on the lease of a unit in
the public housing development represented
by the resident council.
(c) Any qualified voting member of a
resident council who meets the requirements
described in the by-laws and is in
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compliance with the lease may seek office
and serve on the resident council governing
board.
Sec. 964.130 Election
procedures and standards.
At a minimum, a resident council may use
local election boards/
commissions. The resident council shall use
an independent third-party to oversee
elections and recall procedures.
(a) Resident councils shall adhere to the
following minimum standards regarding
election procedures:
(1) All procedures must assure fair and
frequent elections of resident council
members--at least once every three years for
each member.
(2) Staggered terms for resident council
governing board members and term limits
shall be discretionary with the resident
council.
(3) Each resident council shall adopt and
issue election and recall procedures in their
by-laws.
(4) The election procedures shall include
qualifications to run for office, frequency of
elections, procedures for recall, and term
limits if desired.
(5) All voting members of the resident
community must be given sufficient notice
(at least 30 days) for nomination and
election. The notice should include a
description of election procedures, eligibility
requirements, and dates of nominations and
elections.
(b) If a resident council fails to satisfy
HUD minimum standards for fair and
frequent elections, or fails to follow its own
election procedures as adopted, HUD shall
require the HA to withdraw recognition of
the resident council and to withhold resident
services funds as well as funds provided in
conjunction with services rendered for
resident participation in public housing.
(c) HAs shall monitor the resident council
election process and shall establish a
procedure to appeal any adverse decision
relating to failure to satisfy HUD minimum
standards. Such appeal shall be submitted to
a jointly selected third-party arbitrator at the
local level. If costs are incurred by using a
third-party arbitrator, then such costs should
be paid from the HAs resident services
funds pursuant to Sec. 964.150.
Sec. 964.135 Resident
involvement in HA management
operations.
Residents shall be involved and
participate in the overall policy development
and direction of Public Housing operations.
(a) Resident management corporations
(RMCs) may contract with HAs to perform
one or more management functions provided
the resident entity has received sufficient
training and/or has staff with the necessary
expertise to perform the management
functions and provided the RMC meets
bonding and licensing requirements.
(b) Residents shall be actively involved in
a HA's decision-making process and give
advice on matters such as modernization,
security, maintenance, resident screening
and selection, and recreation.
(c) While a HA has responsibility for
management operations, it shall ensure
strong resident participation in all issues and
facets of its operations through the duly
elected resident councils at public housing
developments, and with jurisdiction-wide
resident councils.
(d) A HA shall work in partnership with
the duly elected resident councils.
(e) HAs, upon request from the duly
elected resident council, shall ensure that the
duly elected resident council officers as
defined in subpart B of this part, and other
residents in the development are fully
trained and involved in developing and
implementing Federal programs including
but not limited to Comprehensive
Improvement Assistance Program (CIAP),
Comprehensive Grant Program, Urban
Revitalization Demonstration, Drug
Elimination, and FIC.
(f) HAs shall involve resident council
officers and other interested residents at the
development through education and direct
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participation in all phases of the budgetary
process.
(g) Resident council officers shall be
encouraged to become involved in the
resident screening and selection process for
prospective residents at the development.
Those selected to perform resident screening
and selection functions must be trained by
the HA in resident screening and selection
and must sign a legal document committing
to confidentiality.
Sec. 964.140 Resident training.

(a) Resident training opportunities. HUD
encourages a partnership between the
residents, the HA and HUD, as well as with
the public and non-profit sectors to provide
training opportunities for public housing
residents. The categories in which training
could occur include, but are not limited to:
(1) Community organization and
leadership training;
(2) Organizational development training
for Resident Management Corporations and
duly elected Resident Councils;
(3) Public housing policies, programs,
rights and responsibilities training; and
(4) Business entrepreneurial training,
planning and job skills.
(b) Local training resources. HUD
encourages the use of local training
resources to ensure the ongoing accessibility
and availability of persons to provide
training and technical assistance. Possible
training resources may include:
(1) Resident organizations;
(2) Housing authorities;
(3) Local community colleges, vocational
schools; and
(4) HUD and other Federal agencies and
other local public, private and non-profit
organizations.
Sec. 964.145 Conflict of
interest.
Resident council officers can not serve as
contractors or employees if they are in
policy making or supervisory positions at
the HA.
Sec. 964.150 Funding tenant
participation.
(a) Funding duly elected resident councils
and jurisdiction wide resident councils. (1)
The HA shall provide funds it receives for
this purpose to the duly elected resident
council at each development and/or those
jurisdiction-wide councils eligible to receive
the resident portion of the tenant services
account to use for resident participation
activities. This shall be an addition to the
Performance Funding System (PFS), as
provided by 24 CFR part 990, to permit HAs
to fund $25 per unit per year for units
represented by duly elected resident councils
for resident services, subject to the
availability of appropriations. Of this
amount, $15 per unit per year would be
provided to fund tenant participation
activities under subpart B of this part for
duly elected resident councils and/or
jurisdiction-wide councils and $10 per unit
per year would be used by the HA to pay for
costs incurred in carrying out tenant
participation activities under subpart B of
this part, including the expenses for
conducting elections, recalls or arbitration
required under Sec. 964.130 in subpart B.
This will guarantee the resources necessary
to create a bona fide partnership among the
duly elected resident councils, the HA and
HUD. Where both local and jurisdiction-
wide councils exist, the distribution will be
agreed upon by the HA and the respective
councils.
(2) If funds are available through
appropriations, the HA must provide tenant
services funding to the duly elected resident
councils regardless of the HA's financial
status. The resident council funds shall not
be impacted or restricted by the HA
financial status and all said funds must be
used for the purpose set forth in subparts B
and C of this part.
(3) The HA and the duly elected resident
council at each development and/or those
jurisdiction-wide councils shall collaborate
on how the funds will be distributed for
tenant participation activities. If disputes
regarding funding decisions arise between
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the parties, the matter shall be referred to the
Field Office for intervention. HUD Field
Office shall require the parties to undertake
further negotiations to resolve the dispute. If
no resolution is achieved within 90 days
from the date of the Field Office
intervention, the Field Office shall refer the
matter to HUD Headquarters for final
resolution.
(b) Stipends. (1) HUD encourages HAs to
provide stipends to resident council officers
who serve as volunteers in their public
housing developments. The amount of the
stipend, up to $200 per month/per officer,
shall be decided locally by the resident
council and the HA. Subject to
appropriations, the stipends will be funded
from the resident council's portion of the
operating subsidy funding for resident
council expenses ($15.00 per unit per year).
(2) Pursuant to Sec. 913.106, stipends are
not to be construed as salaries and should
not be included as income for calculation of
rents, and are not subject to conflict of
interest requirements.
(3) Funding provided by a HA to a duly
elected resident council may be made only
under a written agreement between the HA
and a resident council, which includes a
resident council budget and assurance that
all resident council expenditures will not
contravene provisions of law and will
promote serviceability, efficiency, economy
and stability in the operation of the local
development. The agreement must require
the local resident council to account to the
HA for the use of the funds and permit the
HA to inspect and audit the resident
council's financial records related to the
agreement.
Subpart C--Tenant
Opportunities Program
Sec. 964.200 General.
(a) The Tenant Opportunities Program
(TOP) provides technical assistance for
various activities, including but not limited
to resident management, for resident
councils/resident management corporations
as authorized by Section 20 of the U.S.
Housing Act of 1937. The TOP provides
opportunities for resident organizations to
improve living conditions and resident
satisfaction in public housing communities.
(b) This subpart establishes the policies,
procedures and requirements for
participating in the TOP with respect to
applications for funding for programs
identified in this subpart.
(c) This subpart contains the policies,
procedures and requirements for the resident
management program as authorized by
section 20 of the U.S. Housing Act of 1937.
Sec. 964.205 Eligibility.
(a) Resident councils/resident
management corporations. Any eligible
resident council/resident management
corporation as defined in subpart B of this
part is eligible to participate in a program
administered under this subpart.
(b) Activities. Activities to be funded and
carried out by an eligible resident council or
resident management corporation, as defined
in subpart B of this part, must improve the
living conditions and public housing
operations and may include any combination
of, but are not limited to, the following:
(1) Resident capacity building. (i)
Training Board members in community
organizing, Board development, and
leadership training;
(ii) Determining the feasibility of resident
management enablement for a specific
project or projects; and
(iii) Assisting in the actual creation of an
RMC, such as consulting and legal
assistance to incorporate, preparing by-laws
and drafting a corporate charter.
(2) Resident management. (i) Training
residents, as potential employees of an
RMC, in skills directly related to the
operation, management, maintenance and
financial systems of a project;
(ii) Training of residents with respect to
fair housing requirements; and
(iii) Gaining assistance in negotiating
management contracts, and designing a
long-range planning system.
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(3) Resident management business
development. (i) Training related to
resident-owned business development and
technical assistance for job training and
placement in RMC developments;
(ii) Technical assistance and training in
resident managed business development
through:
(A) Feasibility and market studies;
(B) Development of business plans;
(C) Outreach activities; and
(D) Innovative financing methods
including revolving loan funds; and
(iii) Legal advice in establishing a
resident managed business entity.
(4) Social support needs (such as self-
sufficiency and youth initiatives). (i)
Feasibility studies to determine training and
social services needs;
(ii) Training in management-related trade
skills, computer skills, etc;
(iii) Management-related employment
training and counseling;
(iv) Coordination of support services;
(v) Training for programs such as child
care, early childhood development, parent
involvement, volunteer services, parenting
skills, before and after school programs;
(vi) Training programs on health,
nutrition and safety;
(vii) Workshops for youth services, child
abuse and neglect prevention, tutorial
services, in partnership with community-
based organizations such as local Boys and
Girls Clubs, YMCA/YWCA, Boy/Girl
Scouts, Campfire and Big Brother/Big
Sisters, etc. Other HUD programs such as
the Youth Sports Program and the Public
Housing Drug Elimination Programs also
provide funding in these areas;
(viii) Training in the development of
strategies to successfully implement a youth
program. For example, assessing the needs
and problems of the youth, improving youth
initiatives that are currently active, and
training youth, housing authority staff,
resident management corporations and
resident councils on youth initiatives and
program activities; and
(5) Homeownership Opportunity.
Determining feasibility for homeownership
by residents, including assessing the
feasibility of other housing (including HUD
owned or held single or multi-family)
affordable for purchase by residents.
(6) General. (i) Required training on HUD
regulations and policies governing the
operation of low-income public housing
including contracting/procurement
regulations, financial management, capacity
building to develop the necessary skills to
assume management responsibilities at the
project and property management;
(ii) Purchasing hardware, i.e., computers
and software, office furnishings and
supplies, in connection with business
development. Every effort must be made to
acquire donated or discounted hardware;
(iii) Training in accessing other funding
sources; and
(iv) Hiring trainers or other experts
(RCs/RMCs must ensure that this training is
provided by a qualified housing
management specialist, a community
organizer, the HA, or other sources
knowledgeable about the program).
Sec. 964.210 Notice of funding
availability.
A Notice of Funding Availability shall be
published periodically in the Federal
Register containing the amounts of funds
available, funding criteria, where to obtain
and submit applications, and the deadline for
submissions.
Sec. 964.215 Grant agreement.
(a) General. HUD shall enter into a grant
agreement with the recipient of a technical
assistance grant which defines the legal
framework for the relationship between
HUD and a resident council or resident
management corporation for the proposed
funding.
(b) Term of grant agreement. A grant
shall be for a term of three to five years (3-5
years), and renewable at the expiration of
the term.
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Sec. 964.220 Technical
assistance.
(a) Financial assistance. HUD will
provide financial assistance, to the extent
available, to resident councils or resident
management corporations for technical
assistance and training to further the
activities under this subpart.
(b) Requirements for a management
specialist. If a resident council or resident
management corporation seeks to manage a
development, it must select, in consultation
with the HA, a qualified housing
management specialist to assist in
determining the feasibility of, and to help
establish, a resident management
corporation and to provide training and other
duties in connection with the daily
operations of the project.
Sec. 964.225 Resident
management requirements.
The following requirements apply when a
HA and its residents are interested in
providing for resident performance of
several management functions in one or
more projects.
(a) Resident management corporation
responsibilities. Resident councils interested
in contracting with a HA must establish a
resident management corporation that meets
the requirements for such a corporation, as
specified in subpart B. The RMC and its
employees must demonstrate their ability
and skill to perform in the particular areas of
management pursuant to the management
contract.
(b) HA responsibilities. HAs shall give
full and serious consideration to resident
management corporations seeking to enter
into a management contract with the HA. A
HA shall enter into good-faith negotiations
with a corporation seeking to contract to
provide management services.
(c) Duty to bargain in good faith. If a HA
refuses to negotiate with a resident
management corporation in good faith or,
after negotiations, refuses to enter into a
contract, the corporation may file an
informal appeal with HUD, setting out the
circumstances and providing copies of
relevant materials evidencing the
corporation's efforts to negotiate a contract.
HUD shall require the HA to respond with a
report stating the HA's reasons for rejecting
the corporation's contract offer or for
refusing to negotiate. Thereafter, HUD shall
require the parties (with or without direct
HUD participation) to undertake or to
resume negotiations on a contract providing
for resident management, and shall take
such other actions as are necessary to
resolve the conflicts between the parties. If
no resolution is achieved within 90 days
from the date HUD required the parties to
undertake or resume such negotiations,
HUD shall serve notice on both parties that
administrative remedies have been
exhausted (except that, pursuant to mutual
agreement of the parties, the time for
negotiations may be extended by no more
than an additional 30 days).
(d) Management contract. A management
contract between the HA and a resident
management corporation is required for
property management. The HA and the
resident management corporation may agree
to the performance by the corporation of any
or all management functions for which the
HA is responsible to HUD under the ACC
and any other functions not inconsistent with
the ACC and applicable state and local laws,
regulations and licensing requirements.
(e) Procurement requirements. The
management contract shall be treated as a
contracting out of services, and must be
subject to any provision of a collective
bargaining agreement regarding the
contracting out of services to which the HA
is subject. Provisions on competitive bidding
and requirements of prior written HUD
approval of contracts contained in the ACC
do not apply to the decision of a HA to
contract with a RMC.
(f) Rights of families; operation of
project. If a resident management
corporation is approved by the tenant
organization representing one or more
buildings or an area of row houses that are
part of a public housing project for purposes
of part 941 of this chapter, the resident
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management program may not, as
determined by the HA, interfere with the
rights of other residents of such project or
harm the efficient operation of such project.
(g) Comprehensive improvement
assistance with RMCs. (1) The HA may
enter into a contract with the RMC to
provide comprehensive improvement
assistance under part 968 of this chapter to
modernize a project managed by the RMC.
(2) The HA shall not retain, for any
administrative or other reason, any portion
of the comprehensive improvement
assistance provided, unless the PHA and the
RMC provide otherwise by contract.
(3) In assessing the modernization needs
of its projects under 24 CFR part 968, or
other grant mechanisms established by the
Housing and Community Development Act
of 1987, the HAs must consult with the
tenant management corporation regarding
any project managed by the corporation, in
order to determine the modernization needs
and preferences of resident-managed
projects. Evidence of this required
consultation must be included with a HA's
initial submission to HUD.
(h) Direct provision of operating and
capital assistance to RMC--(1) Direct
provision of assistance to RMC. The ACC
shall provide for the direct provision of
operating and capital assistance by HUD to
an RMC if:
(i) The RMC petitions HUD for the
release of funds;
(ii) The contract provides for the RMC to
assume the primary management
responsibilities of the PHA;
(iii) The RMC has been designated as at
least a ``standard performer'' under the
Public Housing Assessment System (PHAS)
(see 24 CFR part 902); and
(iv) The RMC is not in violation of any
financial, accounting, procurement, civil
rights, fair housing or other program
requirements that HUD determines call into
question the capability of the RMC to
effectively discharge its responsibilities
under the contract.
(2) Use of assistance. Any direct capital
or operating assistance provided to the RMC
must be used for purposes of performing
eligible activities with respect to public
housing as may be provided under the
contract.
(3) Responsibilities of PHA. If HUD
provides direct funding to a RMC under
paragraph (h)(1) of this section, the PHA is
not responsible for the actions of the RMC.
(i) Prohibited activities. A HA may not
contract for assumption by the resident
management corporation of the HA's
underlying responsibilities to HUD under
the ACC.
(j) Bonding, insurance, and licensing--(1)
Bonding and insurance. Before assuming
any management responsibility under its
contract, the RMC must provide fidelity
bonding and insurance, or equivalent
protection that is adequate (as determined by
HUD and the PHA) to protect HUD and the
PHA against loss, theft, embezzlement, or
fraudulent acts on the part of the RMC or its
employees.
(2) Licensing and other local
requirements. An RMC must be in
compliance with any local licensing, or
other local requirement, governing the
qualifications or operations of a property
manager.
(k) Waiver of HUD requirements. Upon
the joint request of a resident management
corporation and the HA, HUD may waive
any requirement that HUD has established
and that is not required by law, if HUD
determines, after consultation with the
resident management corporation and the
HA, that the requirement unnecessarily
increases the costs to the project or restricts
the income of the project; and that the
waiver would be consistent with the
management contract and any applicable
collective bargaining agreement. Any
waiver granted to a resident management
corporation under this section will apply as
well to the HA to the extent the waiver
affects the HA's remaining responsibilities
relating to the resident management
corporation's project.
(l) Monitoring of RMC performance. The
HA must review periodically (but not less
than annually) the management
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corporation's performance to ensure that it
complies with all applicable requirements
and meets agreed-upon standards of
performance. (The method of review and
criteria used to judge performance should be
specified in the management contract.)
[59 FR 43636, Aug. 24, 1994, as
amended at 65 FR 42515, July 10, 2000]
Sec. 964.230 Audit and
administrative requirements.
(a) TOP grant recipients. The HUD
Inspector General, the Comptroller General
of the United States, or any duly authorized
representative shall have access to all
records required to be retained by this
subpart or by any agreement with HUD for
the purpose of audit or other examinations.
(1) Grant recipients must comply with the
requirements of OMB Circulars A-110 and
A-122, as applicable.
(2) A final audit shall be required of the
financial statements made pursuant to this
subpart by a Certified Public Accountant
(CPA), in accordance with generally
accepted government audit standards. A
written report of the audit must be
forwarded to HUD within 60 days of
issuance.
(b) Resident management corporations.
Resident management corporations who
have entered into a contract with a HA with
respect to management of a development(s)
must comply with the requirements of OMB
Circulars A-110 and A-122, as applicable.
Resident management corporations
managing a development(s) must be audited
annually by a licensed certified public
accountant, designated by the corporation, in
accordance with generally accepted
government audit standards. A written report
of each audit must be forwarded to HUD
and the HA within 30 days of issuance.
These requirements are in addition to any
other Federal law or other requirement that
would apply to the availability and audit of
books and records of resident management
corporations under this part.
Subpart D--Family
Investment Centers (FIC)
Program
Sec. 964.300 General.
The Family Investment Centers Program
provides families living in public housing
with better access to educational and
employment opportunities by:
(a) Developing facilities in or near public
housing for training and support services;
(b) Mobilizing public and private
resources to expand and improve the
delivery of such services;
(c) Providing funding for such essential
training and support services that cannot
otherwise be funded; and
(d) Improving the capacity of
management to assess the training and
service needs of families, coordinate the
provision of training and services that meet
such needs, and ensure the long-term
provision of such training and services. FIC
provides funding to HAs to access
educational, housing, or other social service
programs to assist public housing residents
toward self-sufficiency.
Sec. 964.305 Eligibility.
(a) Public Housing Authorities. HAs may
apply to establish one or more FICs for more
than one public housing development.
(b) FIC Activities. Activities that may be
funded and carried out by eligible HAs, as
defined in Sec. 964.305(a) and Sec.
964.310(a) may include:
(1) The renovation, conversion, or
combination of vacant dwelling units in a
HA development to create common areas to
accommodate the provision of supportive
services;
(2) The renovation of existing common
areas in a HA development to accommodate
the provision of supportive services;
(3) The acquisition, construction or
renovation of facilities located near the
premises of one or more HA developments
to accommodate the provision of supportive
services;
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(4) The provision of not more than 15
percent of the total cost of supportive
services (which may be provided directly to
eligible residents by the HA or by contract
or lease through other appropriate agencies
or providers), but only if the HA
demonstrates that:
(i) The supportive services are appropriate
to improve the access of eligible residents to
employment and educational opportunities;
and
(ii) The HA has made diligent efforts to
use or obtain other available resources to
fund or provide such services; and
(5) The employment of service
coordinators.
(c) Follow up. A HA must demonstrate a
firm commitment of assistance from one or
more sources ensuring that supportive
services will be provided for not less than
one year following the completion of
activities.
(d) Environmental Review. Any
environmental impact regarding eligible
activities will be addressed through an
environmental review of that activity as
required by 24 CFR part 50, including the
applicable related laws and authorities under
Sec. 50.4, to be completed by HUD, to
ensure that any environmental impact will
be addressed before assistance is provided to
the HA. Grantees will be expected to adhere
to all assurances applicable to environmental
concerns.
Sec. 964.308 Supportive
services requirements.
HAs shall provide new or significantly
expanded services essential to providing
families in public housing with better access
to educational and employment
opportunities to achieve self-sufficiency and
independence. HAs applying for funds to
provide supportive services must
demonstrate that the services will be
provided at a higher level than currently
provided. Supportive services may include:
(a) Child care, of a type that provides
sufficient hours of operation and serves
appropriate ages as needed to facilitate
parental access to education and job
opportunities;
(b) Employment training and counseling
(e.g., job training, preparation and
counseling, job development and placement,
and follow-up assistance after job
placement);
(c) Computer skills training;
(d) Education (e.g., remedial education,
literacy training, completion of secondary or
post-secondary education, and assistance in
the attainment of certificates of high school
equivalency);
(e) Business entrepreneurial training and
counseling;
(f) Transportation, as necessary to enable
any participating family member to receive
available services or to commute to his or
her place of employment;
(g) Personal welfare (e.g.,
substance/alcohol abuse treatment and
counseling, self-development counseling,
etc.);
(h) Supportive Health Care Services (e.g.,
outreach and referral services); and
(i) Any other services and resources,
including case management, that are
determined to be appropriate in assisting
eligible residents.
Sec. 964.310 Audit/compliance
requirements.
HAs cannot have serious unaddressed,
outstanding Inspector General audit findings
or fair housing and equal opportunity
monitoring review findings or Field Office
management review findings. In addition,
the HA must be in compliance with civil
rights laws and equal opportunity
requirements. A HA will be considered to be
in compliance if:
(a) As a result of formal administrative
proceedings, there are no outstanding
findings of noncompliance with civil rights
laws unless the HA is operating in
compliance with a HUD-approved
compliance agreement designed to correct
the area(s) of noncompliance;
(b) There is no adjudication of a civil
rights violation in a civil action brought
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against it by a private individual, unless the
HA demonstrates that it is operating in
compliance with a court order, or
implementing a HUD-approved resident
selection and assignment plan or compliance
agreement, designed to correct the area(s) of
noncompliance;
(c) There is no deferral of Federal funding
based upon civil rights violations;
(d) HUD has not deferred application
processing by HUD under Title VI of the
Civil Rights Act of 1964, the Attorney
General's Guidelines (28 CFR 50.3) and
HUD's Title VI regulations (24 CFR 1.8)
and procedures (HUD Handbook 8040.1)
[HAs only] or under Section 504 of the
Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and HUD
regulations (24 CFR 8.57) [HAs and IHAs];
(e) There is no pending civil rights suit
brought against the HA by the Department
of Justice; and
(f) There is no unresolved charge of
discrimination against the HA issued by the
Secretary under Section 810(g) of the Fair
Housing Act, as implemented by 24 CFR
103.400.
Sec. 964.315 HAs role in
activities under this part.
The HAs shall develop a process that
assures that RC/RMC representatives and
residents are fully briefed and have an
opportunity to comment on the proposed
content of the HA's application for funding.
The HA shall give full and fair consideration
to the comments and concerns of the
residents. The process shall include:
(a) Informing residents of the selected
developments regarding the preparation of
the application, and providing for residents
to assist in the development of the
application.
(b) Once a draft application has been
prepared, the HA shall make a copy
available for reading in the management
office; provide copies of the draft to any
resident organization representing the
residents of the development(s) involved;
and provide adequate opportunity for
comment by the residents of the
development and their representative
organizations prior to making the
application final.
(c) After HUD approval of a grant, notify
the duly elected resident organization and if
none exists, notify the residents of the
development of the approval of the grant;
provide notification of the availability of the
HUD-approved implementation schedule in
the management office for reading; and
develop a system to facilitate a regular
resident role in all aspects of program
implementation.
Sec. 964.320 HUD Policy on
training, employment,
contracting and subcontracting
of public housing residents.

In accordance with Section 3 of the
Housing and Urban Development Act of
1968 and the implementing regulations at 24
CFR part 135, HAs, their contractors and
subcontractors shall make best efforts,
consistent with existing Federal, State, and
local laws and regulations, to give low and
very low-income persons the training and
employment opportunities generated by
Section 3 covered assistance (as this term is
defined in 24 CFR 135.7) and to give
Section 3 business concerns the contracting
opportunities generated by Section 3
covered assistance. Training, employment
and contracting opportunities connected
with programs funded under the FIC and
TOP are covered by Section 3.
Sec. 964.325 Notice of funding
availability.
A Notice of Funding Availability will be
published periodically in the Federal
Register containing the amounts of funds
available, funding criteria, where to obtain
and submit applications, the deadline for the
submissions, and further explanation of the
selection criteria.
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Sec. 964.330 Grant set-aside
assistance.
The Department may make available five
percent (5%) of any amounts available in
each fiscal year (subsequent to the first
funding cycle) available to eligible HAs to
supplement grants previously awarded under
this program. These supplemental grants
would be awarded if the HA demonstrates
that the funds cannot otherwise be obtained
and are needed to maintain adequate levels
of services to residents.
Sec. 964.335 Grant agreement.
(a) General. HUD will enter into a grant
agreement with the recipients of a Family
Investment Centers grant which defines the
legal framework for the relationship
between HUD and a HA.
(b) Term of grant agreement. A grant will
be for a term of three to five years
depending upon the tasks undertaken, as
defined under this subpart.

Sec. 964.340 Resident
compensation.
Residents employed to provide services or
renovation or conversion work funded under
this program shall be paid at a rate not less
than the highest of:
(a) The minimum wage that would be
applicable to the employees under the Fair
Labor Standards Act of 1938 (FLSA), if
section 6(a)(1) of the FLSA applied to the
resident and if the resident were not exempt
under section 13 of the FLSA;
(b) The State or local minimum wage for
the most nearly comparable covered
employment; or
(c) The prevailing rate of pay for persons
employed in similar public occupations by
the same employer.
Sec. 964.345 Treatment of
income.
Program participation shall begin on the
first day the resident enters training or
begins to receive services. Furthermore, the
earnings of and benefits to any HA resident
resulting from participation in the FIC
program shall not be considered as income
in computing the resident's total annual
income that is used to determine the resident
rental payment during:
(a) The period that the resident
participates in the program; and
(b) The period that begins with the
commencement of employment of the
resident in the first job acquired by the
resident after completion of the program that
is not funded by assistance under the 1937
Act, and ends on the earlier of:
(1) The date the resident ceases to
continue employment without good cause;
or
(2) The expiration of the 18-month period
beginning on the date of commencement of
employment in the first job not funded by
assistance under this program. (See Sec.
913.106, Annual Income.) This provision
does not apply to residents participating in
the Family Self-Sufficiency Program who
are utilizing the escrow account.
Sec. 964.350 Administrative
requirements.
The HUD Inspector General, the
Comptroller General of the United States, or
any duly authorized representative shall
have access to all records required to be
retained by this subpart or by any
agreements with HUD for the purpose of
audit or other examinations.
(a) Each HA receiving a grant shall
submit to HUD an annual progress report,
participant evaluation and assessment data
and other information, as needed, regarding
the effectiveness of FIC in achieving self-
sufficiency.
(b) The policies, guidelines, and
requirements of OMB Circular Nos. A-110
and A-122 are applicable with respect to the
acceptance and use of assistance by private
nonprofit organizations.
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Subpart E--Resident Board
Members
Source: 64 FR 56879, Oct. 21, 1999,
unless otherwise noted.
Sec. 964.400 Purpose.
The purpose of this subpart is to
implement section 2(b) of the United States
Housing Act of 1937 (42 U.S.C. 1437).
Sec. 964.405 Applicability.
(a) General. Except as described in
paragraph (b) of this section, this subpart
applies to any public housing agency that
has a public housing annual contributions
contract with HUD or administers tenant-
based rental assistance under section 8 of the
United States Housing Act of 1937 (42
U.S.C. 1437f).
(b) Exceptions. The requirements of this
subpart do not apply to a public housing
agency that is:
(1) Located in a State that requires the
members of a governing board to be salaried
and to serve on a full-time basis; or
(2) Not governed by a governing board.
Sec. 964.410 Additional
definitions.
The following additional definitions apply
to this subpart only:
Directly assisted. Directly assisted means
a public housing resident or a recipient of
housing assistance in the tenant-based
section 8 program. Direct assistance does
not include any State financed housing
assistance or Section 8 project-based
assistance.
Eligible resident. An eligible resident is a
person:
(1) Who is directly assisted by a public
housing agency;
(2) Whose name appears on the lease; and
(3) Is eighteen years of age or older.
Governing board. Governing board means
the board of directors or similar governing
body of a public housing agency.
Resident board member. A resident board
member is a member of the governing board
who is directly assisted by that public
housing agency.
Sec. 964.415 Resident board
members.
(a) General. Except as provided in Secs.
964.405(b) and 964.425, the membership of
the governing board of each public housing
agency must contain not less than one
eligible resident board member.
(b) Resident board member no longer
directly assisted. (1) A resident board
member who ceases to be directly assisted
by the public housing agency is no longer an
``eligible resident'' as defined in Sec.
964.410.
(2) Such a board member may be
removed from the PHA board for that cause,
where such action is permitted under State
or local law.
(3) Alternatively, the board member may
be allowed to complete his/
her current term as a member of the
governing board. However, the board
member may not be re-appointed (or re-
elected) to the governing board for purposes
of serving as the statutorily required resident
board member.
(c) Minimum qualifications for board
membership. Any generally applicable
qualifications for board membership also
apply to residents, unless the application of
the requirements would result in the
governing board not containing at least one
eligible resident as a member. Further,
PHAs and localities may not establish
eligibility requirements for board
membership that are solely applicable to
residents.
Sec. 964.420 Resident board
member may be elected.
(a) General. Residents directly assisted by
a public housing agency may elect a resident
board member if provided for in the public
housing agency plan, adopted in accordance
with 24 CFR part 903.
(b) Notice to residents. The public
housing agency must provide residents with
at least 30 days advance notice for
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nominations and elections. The notice
should include a description of the election
procedures, eligibility requirements, and
dates of nominations and elections. Any
election procedures devised by the public
housing agency must facilitate fair elections.
Sec. 964.425 Small public
housing agencies.
(a) General. The requirements of this
subpart do not apply to any public housing
agency that:
(1) Has less than 300 public housing units
(or has no public housing units):
(2) Has provided reasonable notice to the
resident advisory board of the opportunity
for residents to serve on the governing
board;
(3) Has not been notified of the intention
of any resident to participate on the
governing board within a reasonable time
(which shall not be less than 30 days) of the
resident advisory board receiving the notice
described in paragraph (a)(3) of this section;
and
(4) Repeats the requirements of
paragraphs (a)(2) and (a)(3) of this section at
least once every year.
(b) Public housing agencies that only
administer Section 8 assistance. A public
housing agency that has no public housing
units, but administers Section 8 tenant-based
assistance, is eligible for the exception
described in paragraph (a) of this section,
regardless of the number of Section 8
vouchers it administers.
(c) Failure to meet requirements for
exception. A public housing agency that is
otherwise eligible for the exception
described in paragraphs (a) and (b) of this
section, but does not meet the three
conditions described in paragraphs (a)(2)
through (a)(4) of this section, must comply
with the requirements of this subpart.
Sec. 964.430
Nondiscrimination.
(a) Membership status.--(1) General. A
resident board member is a full member of
the governing board.
(2) Resident participation must include
matters regarding Federal public housing
and Section 8 tenant-based assistance. A
resident board member must be allowed to
take part in decisions related to the
administration, operation, and management
of Federal public housing programs and
Section 8 tenant-based rental assistance
programs. This rule does not extend to
matters that:
(i) Exclusively relate to other types of
housing assistance (such as State financed
housing assistance); or
(ii) Do not involve housing assistance (as
may occur where the city or county
governing body also serves as the PHA
board).
(3) Public housing agency may expand
scope of resident participation. A public
housing agency may choose to expand the
scope of resident member involvement to
matters not required under paragraph (a)(2)
of this section.
(b) Residence status. A governing board
may not prohibit any person from serving on
the governing board because that person is a
resident of a public housing project or is
assisted under section 8 of the United States
Housing Act of 1937 (42 U.S.C. 1437f).
(c) Conflict of interest. A governing board
may not exclude any resident board member
from participating in any matter before the
governing board on the grounds that the
resident board member's lease with the
public housing agency, or the resident board
member's status as a public housing resident
or recipient of Section 8 tenant-based
assistance, either results or may result in a
conflict of interest, unless the matter is
clearly applicable to the resident board
member only in a personal capacity and
applies uniquely to that member and not
generally to residents or to a subcategory of
residents.



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PART 966--PUBLIC
HOUSING LEASE AND
GRIEVANCE
PROCEDURE
[CITE: 24 CFR 966]
[Code of Federal Regulations]
[Title 24, Volume 4]
[Revised as of April 1, 2003]
[From the U.S. Government Printing Office
via GPO Access]
[Page 479-492]
Authority: 42 U.S.C. 1437d and 3535(d).
Subpart A--Dwelling Leases,
Procedures and
Requirements
Source: 40 FR 33402, Aug. 7, 1975,
unless otherwise noted. Redesignated at 49
FR 6714, Feb. 23, 1984.
Sec. 966.1 Purpose and
applicability.
(a) This part is applicable to public
housing.
(b) Subpart A of this part prescribes the
provisions that must be incorporated in
leases for public housing dwelling units.
(c) Subpart B of this part prescribes
public housing grievance hearing
requirements.
[66 FR 28802, May 24, 2001]
Sec. 966.2 Definitions.
The following terms are defined in part 5,
subpart A of this title: 1937 Act, covered
person, drug, drug-related criminal activity,
federally assisted housing, guest, household,
HUD, other person under the tenant's
control, public housing, premises, public
housing agency, Section 8, violent criminal
activity.
[66 FR 28802, May 24, 2001]
Sec. 966.3 Tenants'
opportunity for comment.
Each PHA shall provide at least 30 days
notice to tenants and resident organizations
setting forth proposed changes in the lease
form used by the PHA, and providing an
opportunity to present written comments.
Subject to requirements of this rule,
comments submitted shall be considered by
the PHA before formal adoption of any new
lease form.
[56 FR 51576, Oct. 11, 1991]
Sec. 966.4 Lease requirements.
A lease shall be entered into between the
PHA and each tenant of a dwelling unit
which shall contain the provisions described
hereinafter.

(a) Parties, dwelling unit and term.
(1) The lease shall state:
(i) The names of the PHA and the tenant;
(ii) The unit rented (address, apartment
number, and any other information needed
to identify the dwelling unit);
(iii) The term of the lease (lease term and
renewal in accordance with paragraph (a)(2)
of this section);
(iv) A statement of what utilities, services
and equipment are to be supplied by the
PHA without additional cost, and what
utilities and appliances are to be paid for by
the tenant;
(v) The composition of the household as
approved by the PHA (family members and
any PHA-approved live-in-aide). The family
must promptly inform the PHA of the birth,
adoption or court-awarded custody of a
child. The family must request PHA
approval to add any other family member as
an occupant of the unit.
(2) Lease term and renewal. (i) The lease
shall have a twelve month term. Except as
provided in paragraph (a)(2)(ii) of this
section, the lease term must be automatically
renewed for the same period.
(ii) The PHA may not renew the lease if
the family has violated the requirement for
resident performance of community service
or participation in an economic self-
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sufficiency program in accordance with part
960, subpart F of this chapter.
(iii) At any time, the PHA may terminate
the tenancy in accordance with Sec.
966.4(l).
(3) Execution and modification. The lease
must be executed by the tenant and the
PHA, except for automatic renewals of a
lease. The lease may modified at any time
by written agreement of the tenant and the
PHA.

(b) Payments due under the lease.
(1) Tenant rent. (i) The tenant shall pay
the amount of the monthly tenant rent
determined by the PHA in accordance with
HUD regulations and other requirements.
The amount of the tenant rent is subject to
change in accordance with HUD
requirements.
(ii) The lease shall specify the initial
amount of the tenant rent at the beginning of
the initial lease term. The PHA shall give
the tenant written notice stating any change
in the amount of tenant rent, and when the
change is effective.
(2) PHA charges. The lease shall provide
for charges to the tenant for maintenance
and repair beyond normal wear and tear and
for consumption of excess utilities. The
lease shall state the basis for the
determination of such charges (e.g., by a
posted schedule of charges for repair,
amounts charged for utility consumption in
excess of the allowance stated in the lease,
etc.). The imposition of charges for
consumption of excess utilities is
permissible only if such charges are
determined by an individual check meter
servicing the leased unit or result from the
use of major tenant-supplied appliances.
(3) Late payment penalties. At the option
of the PHA, the lease may provide for
payment of penalties for late payment.
(4) When charges are due. The lease shall
provide that charges assessed under
paragraph (b) (2) and (3) of this section shall
not be due and collectible until two weeks
after the PHA gives written notice of the
charges. Such notice constitutes a notice of
adverse action, and must meet the
requirements governing a notice of adverse
action (see Sec. 966.4(e)(8)).
(5) Security deposits. At the option of the
PHA, the lease may provide for security
deposits which shall not exceed one month's
rent or such reasonable fixed amount as may
be required by the PHA. Provision may be
made for gradual accumulation of the
security deposit by the tenant. Subject to
applicable laws, interest earned on security
deposits may be refunded to the tenant on
vacation of the dwelling unit or used for
tenant services or activities.

(c) Redetermination of rent and family
composition. The lease shall provide for
redetermination of rent and family
composition which shall include:
(1) The frequency of regular rental
redetermination and the basis for interim
redetermination.
(2) An agreement by the tenant to furnish
such information and certifications
regarding family composition and income as
may be necessary for the PHA to make
determinations with respect to rent,
eligibility, and the appropriateness of
dwelling size.
(3) An agreement by the tenant to transfer
to an appropriate size dwelling unit based on
family composition, upon appropriate notice
by the PHA that such a dwelling unit is
available.
(4) When the PHA redetermines the
amount of rent (Total Tenant Payment or
Tenant Rent) payable by the tenant, not
including determination of the PHA's
schedule of Utility Allowances for families
in the PHA's Public Housing Program, or
determines that the tenant must transfer to
another unit based on family composition,
the PHA shall notify the tenant that the
tenant may ask for an explanation stating the
specific grounds of the PHA determination,
and that if the tenant does not agree with the
determination, the tenant shall have the right
to request a hearing under the PHA
grievance procedure.

(d) Tenant's right to use and occupancy.
(1) The lease shall provide that the tenant
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shall have the right to exclusive use and
occupancy of the leased unit by the
members of the household authorized to
reside in the unit in accordance with the
lease, including reasonable accommodation
of their guests. The term guest is defined in
24 CFR 5.100.
(2) With the consent of the PHA,
members of the household may engage in
legal profitmaking activities in the dwelling
unit, where the PHA determines that such
activities are incidental to primary use of the
leased unit for residence by members of the
household.
(3)(i) With the consent of the PHA, a
foster child or a live-in aide may reside in
the unit. The PHA may adopt reasonable
policies concerning residence by a foster
child or a live-in-aide, and defining the
circumstances in which PHA consent will be
given or denied. Under such policies, the
factors considered by the PHA may include:
(A) Whether the addition of a new
occupant may necessitate a transfer of the
family to another unit, and whether such
units are available.
(B) The PHA's obligation to make
reasonable accommodation for handicapped
persons.
(ii) Live-in aide means a person who
resides with an elderly, disabled or
handicapped person and who:
(A) Is determined to be essential to the
care and well-being of the person;
(B) Is not obligated for the support of the
person; and
(C) Would not be living in the unit except
to provide the necessary supportive services.

(e) The PHA's obligations. The lease shall
set forth the PHA's obligations under the
lease which shall include the following:
(1) To maintain the dwelling unit and the
project in decent, safe and sanitary
condition;
(2) To comply with requirements of
applicable building codes, housing codes,
and HUD regulations materially affecting
health and safety;
(3) To make necessary repairs to the
dwelling unit;
(4) To keep project buildings, facilities
and common areas, not otherwise assigned
to the tenant for maintenance and upkeep, in
a clean and safe condition;
(5) To maintain in good and safe working
order and condition electrical, plumbing,
sanitary, heating, ventilating, and other
facilities and appliances, including elevators,
supplied or required to be supplied by the
PHA;
(6) To provide and maintain appropriate
receptacles and facilities (except containers
for the exclusive use of an individual tenant
family) for the deposit of ashes, garbage,
rubbish and other waste removed from the
dwelling unit by the tenant in accordance
with paragraph (f)(7) of this section;
(7) To supply running water and
reasonable amounts of hot water and
reasonable amounts of heat at appropriate
times of the year (according to local custom
and usage) except where the building that
includes the dwelling unit is not required by
law to be equipped for that purpose, or
where heat or hot water is generated by an
installation within the exclusive control of
the tenant and supplied by a direct utility
connection; and
(8)(i) To notify the tenant of the specific
grounds for any proposed adverse action by
the PHA. (Such adverse action includes, but
is not limited to, a proposed lease
termination, transfer of the tenant to another
unit, or imposition of charges for
maintenance and repair, or for excess
consumption of utilities.)
(ii) When the PHA is required to afford
the tenant the opportunity for a hearing
under the PHA grievance procedure for a
grievance concerning a proposed adverse
action:
(A) The notice of proposed adverse action
shall inform the tenant of the right to request
such hearing. In the case of a lease
termination, a notice of lease termination in
accordance with paragraph (l)(3) of this
section, shall constitute adequate notice of
proposed adverse action.
(B) In the case of a proposed adverse
action other than a proposed lease
termination, the PHA shall not take the
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proposed action until the time for the tenant
to request a grievance hearing has expired,
and (if a hearing was timely requested by the
tenant) the grievance process has been
completed.

(f) Tenant's obligations. The lease shall
provide that the tenant shall be obligated:
(1) Not to assign the lease or to sublease
the dwelling unit;
(2) Not to provide accommodations for
boarders or lodgers;
(3) To use the dwelling unit solely as a
private dwelling for the tenant and the
tenant's household as identified in the lease,
and not to use or permit its use for any other
purpose;
(4) To abide by necessary and reasonable
regulations promulgated by the PHA for the
benefit and well-being of the housing project
and the tenants which shall be posted in the
project office and incorporated by reference
in the lease;
(5) To comply with all obligations
imposed upon tenants by applicable
provisions of building and housing codes
materially affecting health and safety;
(6) To keep the dwelling unit and such
other areas as may be assigned to the tenant
for the tenant's exclusive use in a clean and
safe condition;
(7) To dispose of all ashes, garbage,
rubbish, and other waste from the dwelling
unit in a sanitary and safe manner;
(8) To use only in a reasonable manner all
electrical, plumbing, sanitary, heating,
ventilating, air-conditioning and other
facilities and appurtenances including
elevators;
(9) To refrain from, and to cause the
household and guests to refrain from
destroying, defacing, damaging, or
removing any part of the dwelling unit or
project;
(10) To pay reasonable charges (other
than for wear and tear) for the repair of
damages to the dwelling unit, or to the
project (including damages to project
buildings, facilities or common areas)
caused by the tenant, a member of the
household or a guest.
(11) To act, and cause household
members or guests to act, in a manner which
will not disturb other residents' peaceful
enjoyment of their accommodations and will
be conducive to maintaining the project in a
decent, safe and sanitary condition;
(12) (i) To assure that no tenant, member
of the tenant's household, or guest engages
in:
(A) Any criminal activity that threatens
the health, safety or right to peaceful
enjoyment of the premises by other
residents; or
(B) Any drug-related criminal activity on
or off the premises;
(ii) To assure that no other person under
the tenant's control engages in:
(A) Any criminal activity that threatens
the health, safety or right to peaceful
enjoyment of the premises by other
residents; or
(B) Any drug-related criminal activity on
the premises;
(iii) To assure that no member of the
household engages in an abuse or pattern of
abuse of alcohol that affects the health,
safety, or right to peaceful enjoyment of the
premises by other residents.

(g) Tenant maintenance. The lease may
provide that the tenant shall perform
seasonal maintenance or other maintenance
tasks, as specified in the lease, where
performance of such tasks by tenants of
dwellings units of a similar design and
construction is customary: Provided, That
such provision is included in the lease in
good faith and not for the purpose of
evading the obligations of the PHA. The
PHA shall exempt tenants who are unable to
perform such tasks because of age or
disability.

(h) Defects hazardous to life, health, or
safety. The lease shall set forth the rights
and obligations of the tenant and the PHA if
the dwelling unit is damaged to the extent
that conditions are created which are
hazardous to life, health, or safety of the
occupants and shall provide that:
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(1) The tenant shall immediately notify
project management of the damage;
(2) The PHA shall be responsible for
repair of the unit within a reasonable time:
Provided, That if the damage was caused by
the tenant, tenant's household or guests, the
reasonable cost of the repairs shall be
charged to the tenant;
(3) The PHA shall offer standard
alternative accommodations, if available,
where necessary repairs cannot be made
within a reasonable time; and
(4) Provisions shall be made for
abatement of rent in proportion to the
seriousness of the damage and loss in value
as a dwelling if repairs are not made in
accordance with paragraph (h)(2) of this
section or alternative accommodations not
provided in accordance with paragraph
(h)(3) of this section, except that no
abatement of rent shall occur if the tenant
rejects the alternative accommodation or if
the damage was caused by the tenant,
tenant's household or guests.

(i) Pre-occupancy and pre-termination
inspections. The lease shall provide that the
PHA and the tenant or representative shall
be obligated to inspect the dwelling unit
prior to commencement of occupancy by the
tenant. The PHA will furnish the tenant with
a written statement of the condition of the
dwelling unit, and the equipment provided
with the unit. The statement shall be signed
by the PHA and the tenant, and a copy of the
statement shall be retained by the PHA in
the tenant's folder. The PHA shall be further
obligated to inspect the unit at the time the
tenant vacates the unit and to furnish the
tenant a statement of any charges to be made
in accordance with paragraph (b)(2) of this
section. Provision shall be made for the
tenant's participation in the latter inspection,
unless the tenant vacates without notice to
the PHA.

(j) Entry of dwelling unit during tenancy.
The lease shall set forth the circumstances
under which the PHA may enter the
dwelling unit during the tenant's possession
thereof, which shall include provision that:
(1) The PHA shall, upon reasonable
advance notification to the tenant, be
permitted to enter the dwelling unit during
reasonable hours for the purpose of
performing routine inspections and
maintenance, for making improvement or
repairs, or to show the dwelling unit for re-
leasing. A written statement specifying the
purpose of the PHA entry delivered to the
dwelling unit at least two days before such
entry shall be considered reasonable
advance notification;
(2) The PHA may enter the dwelling unit
at any time without advance notification
when there is reasonable cause to believe
that an emergency exists; and
(3) If the tenant and all adult members of
the household are absent from the dwelling
unit at the time of entry, the PHA shall leave
in the dwelling unit a written statement
specifying the date, time and purpose of
entry prior to leaving the dwelling unit.

(k) Notice procedures.
(1) The lease shall provide procedures to
be followed by the PHA and the tenant in
giving notice one to the other which shall
require that:
(i) Except as provided in paragraph (j)
of this section, notice to a tenant shall be in
writing and delivered to the tenant or to an
adult member of the tenant's household
residing in the dwelling or sent by prepaid
first-class mail properly addressed to the
tenant; and
(ii) Notice to the PHA shall be in
writing, delivered to the project office or the
PHA central office or sent by prepaid first-
class mail properly addressed.
(2) If the tenant is visually impaired, all
notices must be in an accessible format.

(l) Termination of tenancy and eviction.—
(1) Procedures. The lease shall state the
procedures to be followed by the PHA and
by the tenant to terminate the tenancy.

(2) Grounds for termination of tenancy.
The PHA may terminate the tenancy only
for:
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(i) Serious or repeated violation of
material terms of the lease, such as the
following:
(A) Failure to make payments due under
the lease;
(B) Failure to fulfill household
obligations, as described in paragraph (f) of
this section;
(ii) Other good cause. Other good cause
includes, but is not limited to, the following:
(A) Criminal activity or alcohol abuse as
provided in paragraph (1)(5) of this section;
(B) Discovery after admission of facts
that made the tenant ineligible;
(C) Discovery of material false statements
or fraud by the tenant in connection with an
application for assistance or with
reexamination of income;
(D) Failure of a family member to comply
with service requirement provisions of part
960, subpart F, of this chapter--as grounds
only for non-renewal of the lease and
termination of tenancy at the end of the
twelve-month lease term; and
(E) Failure to accept the PHA's offer of a
lease revision to an existing lease: that is on
a form adopted by the PHA in accordance
with Sec. 966.3; with written notice of the
offer of the revision at least 60 calendar days
before the lease revision is scheduled to take
effect; and with the offer specifying a
reasonable time limit within that period for
acceptance by the family.

(3) Lease termination notice.
(i) The PHA must give written notice of
lease termination of:
(A) 14 days in the case of failure to pay
rent;
(B) A reasonable period of time
considering the seriousness of the situation
(but not to exceed 30 days):
(1) If the health or safety of other
residents, PHA employees, or persons
residing in the immediate vicinity of the
premises is threatened; or
(2) If any member of the household has
engaged in any drug-related criminal
activity or violent criminal activity; or
(3) If any member of the household has
been convicted of a felony;
(C) 30 days in any other case, except that
if a State or local law allows a shorter notice
period, such shorter period shall apply.
(ii) The notice of lease termination to the
tenant shall state specific grounds for
termination, and shall inform the tenant of
the tenant's right to make such reply as the
tenant may wish. The notice shall also
inform the tenant of the right (pursuant to
Sec. 966.4(m)) to examine PHA documents
directly relevant to the termination or
eviction. When the PHA is required to
afford the tenant the opportunity for a
grievance hearing, the notice shall also
inform the tenant of the tenant's right to
request a hearing in accordance with the
PHA's grievance procedure.
(iii) A notice to vacate which is required
by State or local law may be combined with,
or run concurrently with, a notice of lease
termination under paragraph (l)(3)(i) of this
section.
(iv) When the PHA is required to afford
the tenant the opportunity for a hearing
under the PHA grievance procedure for a
grievance concerning the lease termination
(see Sec. 966.51(a)(1)), the tenancy shall not
terminate (even if any notice to vacate under
State or local law has expired) until the time
for the tenant to request a grievance hearing
has expired, and (if a hearing was timely
requested by the tenant) the grievance
process has been completed.
(v) When the PHA is not required to
afford the tenant the opportunity for a
hearing under the PHA administrative
grievance procedure for a grievance
concerning the lease termination (see Sec.
966.51(a)(2)), and the PHA has decided to
exclude such grievance from the PHA
grievance procedure, the notice of lease
termination under paragraph (l)(3)(i) of this
section shall:
(A) State that the tenant is not entitled to a
grievance hearing on the termination.
(B) Specify the judicial eviction
procedure to be used by the PHA for
eviction of the tenant, and state that HUD
has determined that this eviction procedure
provides the opportunity for a hearing in
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court that contains the basic elements of due
process as defined in HUD regulations.
(C) State whether the eviction is for a
criminal activity as described in Sec.
966.51(a)(2)(i)(A) or for a drug-related
criminal activity as described in Sec.
966.51(a)(2)(i)(B).

(4) How tenant is evicted. The PHA may
evict the tenant from the unit either:
(i) By bringing a court action or;
(ii) By bringing an administrative action if
law of the jurisdiction permits eviction by
administrative action, after a due process
administrative hearing, and without a court
determination of the rights and liabilities of
the parties. In order to evict without bringing
a court action, the PHA must afford the
tenant the opportunity for a pre-
eviction hearing in accordance with the PHA
grievance procedure.

(5) PHA termination of tenancy for
criminal activity or alcohol abuse.
(i) Evicting drug criminals.
(A) Methamphetamine conviction. The
PHA must immediately terminate the
tenancy if the PHA determines that any
member of the household has ever been
convicted of drug-related criminal activity
for manufacture or production of
methamphetamine on the premises of
federally assisted housing.
(B) Drug crime on or off the premises.
The lease must provide that drug-related
criminal activity engaged in on or off the
premises by any tenant, member of the
tenant's household or guest, and any such
activity engaged in on the premises by any
other person under the tenant's control, is
grounds for the PHA to terminate tenancy.
In addition, the lease must provide that a
PHA may evict a family when the PHA
determines that a household member is
illegally using a drug or when the PHA
determines that a pattern of illegal use of a
drug interferes with the health, safety, or
right to peaceful enjoyment of the premises
by other residents.
(ii) Evicting other criminals.
(A) Threat to other residents. The lease
must provide that any criminal activity by a
covered person that threatens the health,
safety, or right to peaceful enjoyment of the
premises by other residents (including PHA
management staff residing on the premises)
or threatens the health, safety, or right to
peaceful enjoyment of their residences by
persons residing in the immediate vicinity of
the premises is grounds for termination of
tenancy.
(B) Fugitive felon or parole violator. The
PHA may terminate the tenancy if a tenant is
fleeing to avoid prosecution, or custody or
confinement after conviction, for a crime, or
attempt to commit a crime, that is a felony
under the laws of the place from which the
individual flees, or that, in the case of the
State of New Jersey, is a high misdemeanor;
or violating a condition of probation or
parole imposed under Federal or State law.
(iii) Eviction for criminal activity.
(A) Evidence. The PHA may evict the
tenant by judicial action for criminal activity
in accordance with this section if the PHA
determines that the covered person has
engaged in the criminal activity, regardless
of whether the covered person has been
arrested or convicted for such activity and
without satisfying the standard of proof used
for a criminal conviction.
(B) Notice to Post Office. When a PHA
evicts an individual or family for criminal
activity, the PHA must notify the local post
office serving the dwelling unit that the
individual or family is no longer residing in
the unit.
(iv) Use of criminal record. If the PHA
seeks to terminate the tenancy for criminal
activity as shown by a criminal record, the
PHA must notify the household of the
proposed action to be based on the
information and must provide the subject of
the record and the tenant with a copy of the
criminal record before a PHA grievance
hearing or court trial concerning the
termination of tenancy or eviction. The
tenant must be given an opportunity to
dispute the accuracy and relevance of that
record in the grievance hearing or court trial.
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(v) Cost of obtaining criminal record. The
PHA may not pass along to the tenant the
costs of a criminal records check.
(vi) Evicting alcohol abusers. The PHA
must establish standards that allow
termination of tenancy if the PHA
determines that a household member has:
(A) Engaged in abuse or pattern of abuse
of alcohol that threatens the health, safety,
or right to peaceful enjoyment of the
premises by other residents; or
(B) Furnished false or misleading
information concerning illegal drug use,
alcohol abuse, or rehabilitation of illegal
drug users or alcohol abusers.
(vii) PHA action, generally.
(A) Assessment under PHAS. Under the
Public Housing Assessment System
(PHAS), PHAs that have adopted policies,
implemented procedures and can document
that they appropriately evict any public
housing residents who engage in certain
activity detrimental to the public housing
community receive points. (See 24 CFR
902.43(a)(5).) This policy takes into account
the importance of eviction of such residents
to public housing communities and program
integrity, and the demand for assisted
housing by families who will adhere to lease
responsibilities.
(B) Consideration of circumstances. In a
manner consistent with such policies,
procedures and practices, the PHA may
consider all circumstances relevant to a
particular case such as the seriousness of the
offending action, the extent of participation
by the leaseholder in the offending action,
the effects that the eviction would have on
family members not involved in the
offending activity and the extent to which
the leaseholder has shown personal
responsibility and has taken all reasonable
steps to prevent or mitigate the offending
action.
(C) Exclusion of culpable household
member. The PHA may require a tenant to
exclude a household member in order to
continue to reside in the assisted unit, where
that household member has participated in
or been culpable for action or failure to act
that warrants termination.
(D) Consideration of rehabilitation. In
determining whether to terminate tenancy
for illegal drug use or a pattern of illegal
drug use by a household member who is no
longer engaging in such use, or for abuse or
a pattern of abuse of alcohol by a household
member who is no longer engaging in such
abuse, the PHA may consider whether such
household member is participating in or has
successfully completed a supervised drug or
alcohol rehabilitation program, or has
otherwise been rehabilitated successfully (42
U.S.C. 13662). For this purpose, the PHA
may require the tenant to submit evidence of
the household member's current
participation in, or successful completion of,
a supervised drug or alcohol rehabilitation
program or evidence of otherwise having
been rehabilitated successfully.
(E) Length of period of mandatory
prohibition on admission. If a statute
requires that the PHA prohibit admission of
persons for a prescribed period of time after
some disqualifying behavior or event, the
PHA may apply that prohibition for a longer
period of time.
(F) Nondiscrimination limitation. The
PHA's eviction actions must be consistent
with fair housing and equal opportunity
provisions of Sec. 5.105 of this title.

(m) Eviction: Right to examine PHA
documents before hearing or trial. The PHA
shall provide the tenant a reasonable
opportunity to examine, at the tenant's
request, before a PHA grievance hearing or
court trial concerning a termination of
tenancy or eviction, any documents,
including records and regulations, which are
in the possession of the PHA, and which are
directly relevant to the termination of
tenancy or eviction. The tenant shall be
allowed to copy any such document at the
tenant's expense. A notice of lease
termination pursuant to Sec. 966.4(l) (3)
shall inform the tenant of the tenant's right
to examine PHA documents concerning the
termination of tenancy or eviction. If the
PHA does not make documents available for
examination upon request by the tenant (in
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accordance with this Sec. 966.4(m)), the
PHA may not proceed with the eviction.

(n) Grievance procedures. The lease shall
provide that all disputes concerning the
obligations of the tenant or the PHA shall
(except as provided in Sec. 966.51(a)(2)) be
resolved in accordance with the PHA
grievance procedures. The grievance
procedures shall comply with subpart B of
this part.

(o) Provision for modifications. The lease
shall provide that modification of the lease
must be accomplished by a written rider to
the lease executed by both parties, except for
paragraph (c) of this section and Sec. 966.5.

(p) Signature clause. The lease shall
provide a signature clause attesting that the
lease has been executed by the parties.
[56 FR 51576, Oct. 11, 1991, as amended
at 61 FR 13273, Mar. 26, 1996; 65 FR
16730, Mar. 29, 2000; 66 FR 28802, May
24, 2001; 66 FR 32875, June 18, 2001; 66
FR 33134, June 20, 2001]
Sec. 966.5 Posting of policies,
rules and regulations.
Schedules of special charges for services,
repairs and utilities and rules and regulations
which are required to be incorporated in the
lease by reference shall be publicly posted in
a conspicuous manner in the Project Office
and shall be furnished to applicants and
tenants on request. Such schedules, rules and
regulations may be modified from time to
time by the PHA provided that the PHA
shall give at least 30-day written notice to
each affected tenant setting forth the
proposed modification, the reasons therefor,
and providing the tenant an opportunity to
present written comments which shall be
taken into consideration by the PHA prior to
the proposed modification becoming
effective. A copy of such notice shall be:
(a) Delivered directly or mailed to each
tenant; or
(b) Posted in at least three (3)
conspicuous places within each structure or
building in which the affected dwelling units
are located, as well as in a conspicuous
place at the project office, if any, of if none,
a similar central business location within the
project.
Sec. 966.6 Prohibited lease
provisions.
Lease clauses of the nature described
below shall not be included in new leases
between a PHA and a tenant and shall be
deleted from existing leases either by
amendment thereof or execution of a new
lease:

(a) Confession of judgment. Prior consent
by the tenant to any lawsuit the landlord
may bring against him in connection with
the lease and to a judgment in favor of the
landlord.

(b) Distraint for rent or other charges.
Agreement by the tenant that landlord is
authorized to take property of the tenant and
hold it as a pledge until the tenant performs
the obligation which the landlord has
determined the tenant has failed to perform.

(c) Exculpatory clauses. Agreement by
the tenant not to hold the landlord or
landlord's agent liable for any acts or
omissions whether intentional or negligent
on the part of the landlord or the landlord's
authorized representatives or agents.

(d) Waiver of legal notice by tenant prior
to actions for eviction or money judgments.
Agreements by the tenant that the landlord
may institute suit without any notice to the
tenant that the suit has been filed, thus
preventing the tenant from defending against
the lawsuit.

(e) Waiver of legal proceedings.
Authorization to the landlord to evict the
tenant or hold or sell the tenant's possessions
whenever the landlord determines that a
breach or default has occurred without
notice to the tenant or any determination by
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a court of the rights and liabilities of the
parties.

(f) Waiver of jury trial. Authorization of
the landlord's lawyer to appear in court for
the tenant and waive the right to a trial by
jury.

(g) Waiver of right to appeal judicial error
in legal proceeding. Authorization to the
landlord's lawyer to waive the right to
appeal for judicial error in any suit or to
waive the right to file a suit in equity to
prevent the execution of a judgment.

(h) Tenant chargeable with cost of legal
actions regardless of outcome. Provision that
the tenant agrees to pay attorney's fees or
other legal costs whenever the landlord
decides to take action against the tenant
even though the court determines that the
tenant prevails in the action. Prohibition of
this type of provision does not mean that the
tenant as a party to the lawsuit may not be
obligated to pay attorney's fees or other
costs if he loses the suit.
Sec. 966.7 Accommodation of
persons with disabilities.
(a) For all aspects of the lease and
grievance procedures, a handicapped person
shall be provided reasonable
accommodation to the extent necessary to
provide the handicapped person with an
opportunity to use and occupy the dwelling
unit equal to a non-handicapped person.
(b) The PHA shall provide a notice to
each tenant that the tenant may, at any time
during the tenancy, request reasonable
accommodation of a handicap of a
household member, including reasonable
accommodation so that the tenant can meet
lease requirements or other requirements of
tenancy.
[56 FR 51579, Oct. 11, 1991]
Subpart B--Grievance
Procedures and
Requirements
Source: 40 FR 33406, Aug. 7, 1975,
unless otherwise noted. Redesignated at 49
FR 6714, Feb. 23, 1984.
Sec. 966.50 Purpose and
scope.
The purpose of this subpart is to set forth
the requirements, standards and criteria for a
grievance procedure to be established and
implemented by public housing agencies
(PHAs) to assure that a PHA tenant is
afforded an opportunity for a hearing if the
tenant disputes within a reasonable time any
PHA action or failure to act involving the
tenant's lease with the PHA or PHA
regulations which adversely affect the
individual tenant's rights, duties, welfare or
status.
[56 FR 51579, Oct. 11, 1991]
Sec. 966.51 Applicablity.
(a)(1) The PHA grievance procedure shall
be applicable (except as provided in
paragraph (a)(2) of this section) to all
individual grievances as defined in Sec.
966.53 of this subpart between the tenant
and the PHA.
(2)(i) The term due process determination
means a determination by HUD that law of
the jurisdiction requires that the tenant must
be given the opportunity for a hearing in
court which provides the basic elements of
due process (as defined in Sec. 966.53(c))
before eviction from the dwelling unit. If
HUD has issued a due process
determination, a PHA may exclude from the
PHA administrative grievance procedure
under this subpart any grievance concerning
a termination of tenancy or eviction that
involves:
(A) Any criminal activity that threatens
the health, safety or right to peaceful
enjoyment of the premises of other residents
or employees of the PHA;
(B) Any violent or drug-related criminal
activity on or off such premises; or
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(C) Any criminal activity that resulted in
felony conviction of a household member.
(iii) For guidance of the public, HUD will
publish in the Federal Register a notice
listing the judicial eviction procedures for
which HUD has issued a due process
determination. HUD will make available for
public inspection and copying a copy of the
legal analysis on which the determinations
are based.
(iv) If HUD has issued a due process
determination, the PHA may evict the
occupants of the dwelling unit through the
judicial eviction procedures which are the
subject of the determination. In this case, the
PHA is not required to provide the
opportunity for a hearing under the PHA's
administrative grievance procedure.

(b) The PHA grievance procedure shall
not be applicable to disputes between
tenants not involving the PHA or to class
grievances. The grievance procedure is not
intended as a forum for initiating or
negotiating policy changes between a group
or groups of tenants and the PHA's Board of
Commissioners.
[40 FR 33406, Aug. 7, 1975.
Redesignated at 49 FR 6714, Feb. 23, 1984,
and amended at 56 FR 51579, Oct. 11, 1991;
61 FR 13273, Mar. 26, 1996; 66 FR 28804,
May 24, 2001]
Sec. 966.52 Requirements.
(a) Each PHA shall adopt a grievance
procedure affording each tenant an
opportunity for a hearing on a grievance as
defined in Sec. 966.53 in accordance with
the requirements, standards, and criteria
contained in this subpart.
(b) The PHA grievance procedure shall be
included in, or incorporated by reference in,
all tenant dwelling leases pursuant to subpart
A of this part.
(c) The PHA shall provide at least 30 days
notice to tenants and resident organizations
setting forth proposed changes in the PHA
grievance procedure, and providing an
opportunity to present written comments.
Subject to requirements of this subpart,
comments submitted shall be considered by
the PHA before adoption of any grievance
procedure changes by the PHA.
(d) The PHA shall furnish a copy of the
grievance procedure to each tenant and to
resident organizations.
[56 FR 51579, Oct. 11, 1991]
Sec. 966.53 Definitions.
For the purpose of this subpart, the
following definitions are applicable:
(a) Grievance shall mean any dispute
which a tenant may have with respect to
PHA action or failure to act in accordance
with the individual tenant's lease or PHA
regulations which adversely affect the
individual tenant's rights, duties, welfare or
status.
(b) Complainant shall mean any tenant
whose grievance is presented to the PHA or
at the project management office in
accordance with Secs. 966.54 and 966.55(a).
(c) Elements of due process shall mean an
eviction action or a termination of tenancy
in a State or local court in which the
following procedural safeguards are
required:
(1) Adequate notice to the tenant of the
grounds for terminating the tenancy and for
eviction;
(2) Right of the tenant to be represented
by counsel;
(3) Opportunity for the tenant to refute the
evidence presented by the PHA including
the right to confront and cross-examine
witnesses and to present any affirmative
legal or equitable defense which the tenant
may have;
(4) A decision on the merits.
(d) Hearing officer shall mean a person
selected in accordance with Sec. 966.55 of
this subpart to hear grievances and render a
decision with respect thereto.
(e) Hearing panel shall mean a panel
selected in accordance with Sec. 966.55 of
this subpart to hear grievances and render a
decision with respect thereto.
(f) Tenant shall mean the adult person (or
persons) (other than a live-in aide):
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(1) Who resides in the unit, and who
executed the lease with the PHA as lessee of
the dwelling unit, or, if no such person now
resides in the unit,
(2) Who resides in the unit, and who is the
remaining head of household of the tenant
family residing in the dwelling unit.
(g) Resident organization includes a
resident management corporation.
[40 FR 33406, Aug. 7, 1975.
Redesignated at 49 FR 6714, Feb. 23, 1984,
and amended at 56 FR 51579, Oct. 11,
1991]
Sec. 966.54 Informal settlement
of grievance.
Any grievance shall be personally
presented, either orally or in writing, to the
PHA office or to the office of the project in
which the complainant resides so that the
grievance may be discussed informally and
settled without a hearing. A summary of
such discussion shall be prepared within a
reasonable time and one copy shall be given
to the tenant and one retained in the PHA's
tenant file. The summary shall specify the
names of the participants, dates of meeting,
the nature of the proposed disposition of the
complaint and the specific reasons therefor,
and shall specify the procedures by which a
hearing under Sec. 966.55 may be obtained
if the complainant is not satisfied.
Sec. 966.55 Procedures to
obtain a hearing.
(a) Request for hearing. The complainant
shall submit a written request for a hearing
to the PHA or the project office within a
reasonable time after receipt of the summary
of discussion pursuant to Sec. 966.54. For a
grievance under the expedited grievance
procedure pursuant to Sec. 966.55(g) (for
which Sec. 966.54 is not applicable), the
complainant shall submit such request at
such time as is specified by the PHA for a
grievance under the expedited grievance
procedure. The written request shall specify:
(1) The reasons for the grievance; and
(2) The action or relief sought.

(b) Selection of Hearing Officer or
Hearing Panel. (1) A grievance hearing shall
be conducted by an impartial person or
persons appointed by the PHA, other than a
person who made or approved the PHA
action under review or a subordinate of such
person.
(2) The method or methods for PHA
appointment of a hearing officer or hearing
panel shall be stated in the PHA grievance
procedure. The PHA may use either of the
following methods to appoint a hearing
officer or panel:
(i) A method approved by the majority of
tenants (in any building, group of buildings
or project, or group of projects to which the
method is applicable) voting in an election
or meeting of tenants held for the purpose.
(ii) Appointment of a person or persons
(who may be an officer or employee of the
PHA) selected in the manner required under
the PHA grievance procedure.
(3) The PHA shall consult the resident
organizations before PHA appointment of
each hearing officer or panel member. Any
comments or recommendations submitted by
the tenant organizations shall be considered
by the PHA before the appointment.

(c) Failure to request a hearing. If the
complainant does not request a hearing in
accordance with this paragraph, then the
PHA's disposition of the grievance under
Sec. 966.54 shall become final: Provided,
That failure to request a hearing shall not
constitute a waiver by the complainant of his
right thereafter to contest the PHA's action
in disposing of the complaint in an
appropriate judicial proceeding.

(d) Hearing prerequisite. All grievances
shall be personally presented either orally or
in writing pursuant to the informal
procedure prescribed in Sec. 966.54 as a
condition precedent to a hearing under this
section: Provided, That if the complainant
shall show good cause why he failed to
proceed in accordance with Sec. 966.54 to
the hearing officer or hearing panel, the
provisions of this subsection may be waived
by the hearing officer or hearing panel.
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(e) Escrow deposit. (1) Before a hearing is
scheduled in any grievance involving the
amount of rent (as defined in Sec. 966.4(b))
that the PHA claims is due, the family must
pay an escrow deposit to the PHA. When a
family is required to make an escrow
deposit, the amount is the amount of rent the
PHA states is due and payable as of the first
of the month preceding the month in which
the family's act or failure to act took place.
After the first deposit, the family must
deposit the same amount monthly until the
family's complaint is resolved by decision of
the hearing officer or hearing panel.
(2) A PHA must waive the requirement
for an escrow deposit where required by
Sec. 5.630 of this title (financial hardship
exemption from minimum rent
requirements) or Sec. 5.615 of this title
(effect of welfare benefits reduction in
calculation of family income). Unless the
PHA waives the requirement, the family's
failure to make the escrow deposit will
terminate the grievance procedure. A
family's failure to pay the escrow deposit
does not waive the family's right to contest
in any appropriate judicial proceeding the
PHA's disposition of the grievance.

(f) Scheduling of hearings. Upon
complainant's compliance with paragraphs
(a), (d) and (e) of this section, a hearing
shall be scheduled by the hearing officer or
hearing panel promptly for a time and place
reasonably convenient to both the
complainant and the PHA. A written
notification specifying the time, place and
the procedures governing the hearing shall
be delivered to the complainant and the
appropriate PHA official.

(g) Expedited grievance procedure. (1)
The PHA may establish an expedited
grievance procedure for any grievance
concerning a termination of tenancy or
eviction that involves:
(i) Any criminal activity that threatens the
health, safety, or right to peaceful enjoyment
of the PHA's public housing premises by
other residents or employees of the PHA, or
(ii) Any drug-related criminal activity on
or near such premises.
(2) In the case of a grievance under the
expedited grievance procedure, Sec. 966.54
(informal settlement of grievances) is not
applicable.
(3) Subject to the requirements of this
subpart, the PHA may adopt special
procedures concerning a hearing under the
expedited grievance procedure, including
provisions for expedited notice or
scheduling, or provisions for expedited
decision on the grievance.
[40 FR 33406, Aug. 7, 1975, as amended
at 42 FR 5573, Jan. 28, 1977. Redesignated
at 49 FR 6714, Feb. 23, 1984, and amended
at 56 FR 51579, Oct. 11, 1991; 65 FR
16731, Mar. 29, 2000]
Sec. 966.56 Procedures
governing the hearing.
(a) The hearing shall be held before a
hearing officer or hearing panel, as
appropriate.

(b) The complainant shall be afforded a
fair hearing, which shall include:
(1) The opportunity to examine before the
grievance hearing any PHA documents,
including records and regulations, that are
directly relevant to the hearing. (For a
grievance hearing concerning a termination
of tenancy or eviction, see also Sec.
966.4(m).) The tenant shall be allowed to
copy any such document at the tenant's
expense. If the PHA does not make the
document available for examination upon
request by the complainant, the PHA may
not rely on such document at the grievance
hearing.
(2) The right to be represented by counsel
or other person chosen as the tenant's
representative, and to have such person
make statements on the tenant's behalf;
(3) The right to a private hearing unless
the complainant requests a public hearing;
(4) The right to present evidence and
arguments in support of the tenant's
complaint, to controvert evidence relied on
by the PHA or project management, and to
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confront and cross-examine all witnesses
upon whose testimony or information the
PHA or project management relies; and
(5) A decision based solely and
exclusively upon the facts presented at the
hearing.

(c) The hearing officer or hearing panel
may render a decision without proceeding
with the hearing if the hearing officer or
hearing panel determines that the issue has
been previously decided in another
proceeding.

(d) If the complainant or the PHA fails to
appear at a scheduled hearing, the hearing
officer or hearing panel may make a
determination to postpone the hearing for
not to exceed five business days or may
make a determination that the party has
waived his right to a hearing. Both the
complainant and the PHA shall be notified
of the determination by the hearing officer
or hearing panel: Provided, That a
determination that the complainant has
waived his right to a hearing shall not
constitute a waiver of any right the
complainant may have to contest the PHA's
disposition of the grievance in an
appropriate judicial proceeding.

(e) At the hearing, the complainant must
first make a showing of an entitlement to the
relief sought and thereafter the PHA must
sustain the burden of justifying the PHA
action or failure to act against which the
complaint is directed.

(f) The hearing shall be conducted
informally by the hearing officer or hearing
panel and oral or documentary evidence
pertinent to the facts and issues raised by the
complaint may be received without regard to
admissibility under the rules of evidence
applicable to judicial proceedings. The
hearing officer or hearing panel shall require
the PHA, the complainant, counsel and other
participants or spectators to conduct
themselves in an orderly fashion. Failure to
comply with the directions of the hearing
officer or hearing panel to obtain order may
result in exclusion from the proceedings or
in a decision adverse to the interests of the
disorderly party and granting or denial of the
relief sought, as appropriate.

(g) The complainant or the PHA may
arrange, in advance and at the expense of the
party making the arrangement, for a
transcript of the hearing. Any interested
party may purchase a copy of such
transcript.

(h) Accommodation of persons with
disabilities.
(1) The PHA must provide reasonable
accommodation for persons with disabilities
to participate in the hearing. Reasonable
accommodation may include qualified sign
language interpreters, readers, accessible
locations, or attendants.
(2) If the tenant is visually impaired, any
notice to the tenant which is required under
this subpart must be in an accessible format.
[40 FR 33406, Aug. 7, 1975.
Redesignated at 49 FR 6714, Feb. 23, 1984,
and amended at 56 FR 51580, Oct. 11,
1991]
Sec. 966.57 Decision of the
hearing officer or hearing
panel.
(a) The hearing officer or hearing panel
shall prepare a written decision, together
with the reasons therefor, within a
reasonable time after the hearing. A copy of
the decision shall be sent to the complainant
and the PHA. The PHA shall retain a copy
of the decision in the tenant's folder. A copy
of such decision, with all names and
identifying references deleted, shall also be
maintained on file by the PHA and made
available for inspection by a prospective
complainant, his representative, or the
hearing panel or hearing officer.

(b) The decision of the hearing officer or
hearing panel shall be binding on the PHA
which shall take all actions, or refrain from
any actions, necessary to carry out the
decision unless the PHA Board of
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Commissioners determines within a
reasonable time, and promptly notifies the
complainant of its determination, that
(1) The grievance does not concern PHA
action or failure to act in accordance with or
involving the complainant's lease on PHA
regulations, which adversely affect the
complainant's rights, duties, welfare or
status;
(2) The decision of the hearing officer or
hearing panel is contrary to applicable
Federal, State or local law, HUD regulations
or requirements of the annual contributions
contract between HUD and the PHA.

(c) A decision by the hearing officer,
hearing panel, or Board of Commissioners
in favor of the PHA or which denies the
relief requested by the complainant in whole
or in part shall not constitute a waiver of,
nor affect in any manner whatever, any
rights the complainant may have to a trial de
novo or judicial review in any judicial
proceedings, which may thereafter be
brought in the matter.



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$400 ..................................................30
24 CFR 5: .611;
HUD-50058: p7; p vii;
HUD-50058Instr: p35 (3);
p51 (2);
PH Occ Gbk: s1.2; s2.2 (2);
s7.5; s10.2 (7); s10.3 (6);
Ap3-282; Ap8-338;
7465.1 Hbk: s4-2;
ACOP: 6B; GL-I
$480 ..................................................29
24 CFR 5: .609 (2); .611;
HUD-50058: p7; p vii;
HUD-50058Instr: p25 (2); p26;
p27; p31; p36 (2);
PH Occ Gbk: s10.1 (2);
s10.2 (2); s10.3; Ap2-239;
Ap3-279 (2); Ap3-282;
Ap8-337;
ACOP: 6B; 7E (3); GL-I (2);
GL-I
$5 ......................................................25
24 CFR 5: .318 (2); .609;
.903;
HUD-50058: p6 (2);
HUD-50058Instr: p23 (3); p40;
p68;
HUD-9886: p2;
PH Occ Gbk: s10.1 (2); s16.2;
Ap3-278; Ap8-334 (3);
7465.7 Gbk: AppD;
PIH Notices: 01-15 (3);
ACOP: GL-I; GL-II
$50 ....................................................13
24 CFR 5: .318; .630;
HUD-50058: p viii;
HUD-50058Instr: p37;
PH Occ Gbk: s10.3 (2);
s10.4 (2); s13.5; Ap8-339;
PIH Notices: 01-09 (2);
ACOP: GL-II
$500 ..................................................18
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24 CFR 5: .617;
24 CFR 960: .255;
HUD-50058Instr: p40 (2);
PH Occ Gbk: s10.3; s10.9 (2);
s13.5 (7); Ap3-280;
ACOP: 6C (2); GL-II
$75 ................................................... 15
HUD-50058Instr: p37; p39 (2);
p41 (2); p45 (2); p49 (2);
p51 (2); p52 (2);
ACOP: 10; 10
$750 ................................................... 3
HUD-50058Instr: p37 (2);
PIH Notices: 02-21
0% ...................................................... 1
PH Occ Gbk: Ap3-255
0 BEDROOM .................................... 1
ACOP: 5A
0BR .................................................... 1
PH Occ Gbk: Ap3-262
1_BEDROOM ................................... 5
PH Occ Gbk: s5.4; Ap3-262;
PIH Notices: 02-01; 99-52;
ACOP: 5A
1 YEAR ............................................. 1
HUD-903: p2
10% .................................................... 8
HUD-50058Instr: p66;
PH Occ Gbk: s10.4; Ap2-244;
Ap3-283; Ap8-339 (2);
PIH Notices: 00-45;
ACOP: 6A
10 DAYS ......................................... 14
24 CFR 5: .353 (2); .512;
PH Occ Gbk: Ap4-287;
Ap4-290 (3);
7465.7 Gbk: s7-3;
ACOP: 5B; 11F (3); PI-I;
PI-I
10 HOURS ......................................... 6
24 CFR 5: .617;
24 CFR 960: .255;
HUD-50058Instr: p74;
PH Occ Gbk: s10.9;
ACOP: 6C; GL-II
10 PERCENT .................................. 11
24 CFR 5: .628;
24 CFR 964: .115;
HUD-50058Instr: p37;
PH Occ Gbk: s10.4 (2);
s14.3 (2);
PIH Notices: 95-48;
95-48 Tech Asst;
ACOP: 4-I; 6S
10 YEARS ......................................... 1
24 CFR 5: .603
100% .................................................. 1
7465.7 Gbk: AppH
100 PERCENT .................................. 3
PH Occ Gbk: s10.5;
PIH Notices: 95-48;
95-48 Tech Asst
1099 ................................................... 4
PH Occ Gbk: s7.4; s10.1;
PIH Notices: 01-15;
ACOP: 7F
10TH .................................................. 7
7465.7 Gbk: AppG;
ACOP: 9G; 9H (2); 9-I (2);
9-I
11063 ................................................. 7
24 CFR 5: .105;
24 CFR 945: .301;
PH Occ Gbk: s1.1; Ap3-249;
7465.1 Hbk: s1-3 (2);
ACOP: 1D
12% .................................................... 1
ACOP: PI-Intro
12 CUMULATIVE MONTHS .......... 3
PH Occ Gbk: s10.9 (2);
ACOP: 6C
12 MONTH ....................................... 5
HUD-50058Instr: p33;
PH Occ Gbk: s10.9 (2);
Ap3-280;
ACOP: GL-I
12 MONTHS$ ................................... 1
PH Occ Gbk: Ap8-344
12 MONTHS ................................... 85
HUD-50058Instr: p12 (3);
PH Occ Gbk: s2.1; s3.2;
s10.1; s10.9 (16); s12.4;
Ap3-253; Ap3-264; Ap3-265;
Ap3-280 (3); Ap8-323 (2);
Ap8-325; Ap8-331; Ap8-336;
Ap8-337 (2); Ap8-343 (3);
Ap8-351; Ap8-357; Ap8-365;
Ap8-366 (2); Ap8-369;
Ap8-374; Ap8-375;
7465.1 Hbk: Ap3;
7465.7 Gbk: ApB Q32 (3);
PIH Notices: 03-17; 02-21;
01-20 (4);
ACOP: 2G (2); 4C; 6B;
6C (6); 7E (5); 7F (3);
7H (4); 7J; 9B (2); 11B;
12B; GL-II
120 ................................................... 17
24 CFR 964: .120;
HUD-50058Instr: p66;
PH Occ Gbk: s4.7; s6.6 (2);
s6.7 (2); s7.2; s10.9;
s12.6; Ap3-257;
7465.1 Hbk: s5-5;
ACOP: 6S; 7-I; 11B (2);
11E
120 DAYS ....................................... 11
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PH Occ Gbk: s6.6; s6.7 (2);
s7.2; s12.6; Ap3-257;
ACOP: 6S; 7-I; 11B (2);
11E
13 YEARS ..........................................6
24 CFR 5: .603;
HUD-50058Instr: p70;
PH Occ Gbk: s10.2; Ap3-282;
Ap8-363;
ACOP: GL-I
13166 ..................................................2
PH Occ Gbk: s1.1; s1.2
14 CONSECUTIVE DAYS ...............4
24 CFR 5: .318;
PH Occ Gbk: s16.2;
ACOP: 9D; 11G
14 DAYS ..........................................12
24 CFR 5: .514;
24 CFR 966: .4(L)(3);
PH Occ Gbk: s17.2; s17.6;
Ap4-292; Ap4-296;
7465.7 Gbk: s9-2 (3); ApF (2);
ApF
15 DAY ..............................................1
PH Occ Gbk: s17.6
15 DAYS ............................................5
24 CFR 5: .353; .801;
PH Occ Gbk: s17.6 (2); Ap4-291
15 MONTHS ......................................4
24 CFR 5: .230;
HUD-9886: p2;
PH Occ Gbk: Ap1-228;
7465.7 Gbk: ApD
15 PERCENT .....................................5
24 CFR 5: .653;
24 CFR 964: .305;
HUD-50058Instr: p38;
7465.1 Hbk: s3-5;
PIH Notices: 02-21
15TH ...................................................1
PIH Notices: 01-15
1722 ....................................................4
PH Occ Gbk: s7.5;
PIH Notices: 01-15 (2); 01-15
17-YEAR ............................................1
7465.1 Hbk: s3-4
18 YEAR ............................................2
PH Occ Gbk: s10.9;
7465.7 Gbk: ApB Q19
18 YEARS ........................................40
24 CFR 5: .216; .230 (3);
.609 (2); .611; .902;
24 CFR 960: .205;
24 CFR 964: .115; .120;
.125;
HUD-50058Instr: p2; p14;
p15 (3); p17; p25 (2);
p26; p27;
HUD-9886: p1 (2);
PH Occ Gbk: s10.1 (2); s15.1;
Ap2-238; Ap2-239; Ap2-242;
Ap3-278; Ap3-279;
ACOP: 2F (2); 5A; 7E (2);
GL-I (2); GL-II
18 YEARS OLD ...............................14
24 CFR 5: .609;
HUD-50058Instr: p17; p25 (4);
p26 (2); p27 (2);
PH Occ Gbk: Ap3-279;
ACOP: 7E (2); GL-I
180 CONSECUTIVE DAYS .............2
PIH Notices: 03-05; 01-40
180 DAYS ..........................................6
HUD-50058Instr: p25;
PIH Notices: 00-01; 98-66;
95-48; 95-48 Tech Asst;
ACOP: 7E
18-MONTH ........................................4
24 CFR 964: .345;
PIH Notices: 01-15;
ACOP: 6C; 6C
1937 ................................................134
24 CFR 5: .100 (6); .214 (4);
.306 (2); .380; .403;
.500; .504 (5); .603;
.653; .701; .801; .901;
.902;
24 CFR 945: .101; .105 (2);
24 CFR 960: .102 (2); .200;
.403; .701; .702;
24 CFR 964: .3 (5); .200 (2);
.345; .400; .405; .430;
24 CFR 966: .2;
HUD-50058: p i; p5; p v;
HUD-50058Instr: p5; p19 (2);
p27; p70 (8); p71 (3);
p73; p74 (2); p75 (4);
PH Occ Gbk: s6.6; s17.6;
s19.0; Ap1-227;
Ap1-229 (2); Ap1-237;
Ap1-238; Ap3-280;
7465.1 Hbk: CovLtr; s3-1;
s3-2; s3-3; s3-4; s3-5;
s4-2; s4-4; s5-3; s6-2;
s6-3;
7465.7 Gbk: CovLtr (5);
s1-5 (5); s2-1;
PIH Notices: 03-17; 03-11;
02-21 (3); 02-09;
02-01 (2); 01-27;
01-20 (3); 00-52 (2);
00-27 (3); 99-52; 99-19;
99-19-App1 (2); 97-12;
ACOP: 1Intro; 1D; 6E;
GL-I (2); GL-II (3)
1949 ....................................................2
24 CFR 5: .100;
PIH Notices: 01-27
1964 ..................................................22
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24 CFR 5: .105; .524;
24 CFR 945: .301;
24 CFR 964: .310;
HUD-50058: p i;
PH Occ Gbk: s1.1; s8.0;
Ap1-227; Ap3-249;
7465.1 Hbk: s1-1 (3);
s1-3 (2); s5-1; s5-6;
s5-7 (2);
7465.7 Gbk: s1-6;
PIH Notices: 99-19-App1;
ACOP: 1B; 1D
1965 ................................................. 19
24 CFR 5: .500; .504; .516;
HUD-50058Instr: p32 (2);
PH Occ Gbk: s10.1 (2);
Ap1-230; Ap3-281 (2);
7465.7 Gbk: CovLtr; s1-5;
s2-1;
PIH Notices: 01-27;
ACOP: 7E (2); GL-I (2);
GL-II
1968 ................................................. 19
24 CFR 5: .100; .105;
24 CFR 945: .301;
24 CFR 964: .320;
HUD-903: p3;
PH Occ Gbk: s1.0 (2); s1.1;
Ap1-233; Ap3-249;
7465.1 Hbk: s1-3 (2); s5-6;
PIH Notices: 02-01 (2); 00-45;
99-52 (2);
ACOP: 1D
1969 ................................................... 1
24 CFR 5: .100
1970 ................................................... 6
24 CFR 5: .100;
7465.1 Hbk: s3-4; App3 (2);
PIH Notices: 99-19; 97-12
1972 ................................................... 3
7465.7 Gbk: s3-1; AppC; AppF
1973 ................................................. 35
24 CFR 5: .105; .524;
24 CFR 945: .203(c); .301;
24 CFR 964: .310;
PH Occ Gbk: s1.0; s1.1;
s1.2; s10.1; Ap3-249;
Ap3-280;
7465.1 Hbk: s1-3 (2); s4-2;
7465.7 Gbk: s1-6;
PIH Notices: 02-01; 00-45;
99-52; 99-19-App1;
95-48 (8);
95-48 Tech Asst (6);
ACOP: 1D; GL-I
1974 ................................................... 8
HUD-50058Instr: p3; p71;
HUD-903: p3;
HUD-9886: p1;
PH Occ Gbk: Ap3-249;
ACOP: 1D; GL-II; GL-II
1975 ................................................... 6
24 CFR 5: .105;
PH Occ Gbk: s1.1; Ap3-249;
7465.1 Hbk: s1-3 (2);
ACOP: 1D
1977 ................................................... 7
24 CFR 5: .105 (2);
PH Occ Gbk: s10.1; Ap3-280;
PIH Notices: 95-48;
95-48 Tech Asst;
ACOP: GL-I
1978 ................................................... 7
24 CFR 5: .105 (2);
PH Occ Gbk: s1.1; s17.2;
7465.1 Hbk: s2-1;
PIH Notices: 94-67;
ACOP: 4C
1979 ................................................... 3
7465.7 Gbk: s6-4; AppF;
PIH Notices: 99-31
1980 ................................................. 23
24 CFR 5: .105; .500; .504;
24 CFR 945: .301;
HUD-50058Instr: p30;
PH Occ Gbk: s7.3; s10.1;
Ap1-229; Ap3-281;
7465.7 Gbk: CovLtr (2);
s1-1 (2); s1-2; s1-3;
s1-5; s2-1; s3-1; s10-3;
AppC; AppF;
PIH Notices: 01-27;
ACOP: 7E
1981 ................................................. 12
24 CFR 5: .653 (4);
HUD-50058Instr: p14;
7465.1 Hbk: s3-2 (4); s5-3;
App1; App1
1982 ................................................... 2
ACOP: GL-II; GL-II
1983 ................................................... 4
24 CFR 5: .105; .300;
PH Occ Gbk: s16.0;
ACOP: GL-II
1984 ................................................... 1
ACOP: GL-II
1987 ................................................... 5
24 CFR 5: .105;
24 CFR 964: .225;
HUD-9886: p2;
PIH Notices: 95-48;
95-48 Tech Asst
1988 ................................................. 26
24 CFR 5: .100; .105;
HUD-50058Instr: p27;
HUD-903: p2; p3;
HUD-9886: p1;
PH Occ Gbk: Ap1-233; Ap1-234;
Ap3-249; Ap3-250;
7465.1 Hbk: s4-2;
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7465.7 Gbk: CovLtr; s1-5;
s3-7;
PIH Notices: 02-01 (4); 00-45;
99-52 (4);
ACOP: 1D; GL-I; PI-C
1989 ..................................................10
24 CFR 5: .105; .110; .216;
HUD-50058Instr: p32;
PH Occ Gbk: s10.1; Ap1-227;
Ap3-281;
7465.7 Gbk: AppH;
ACOP: 7E; GL-I
1990 ..................................................29
24 CFR 5: .100;
24 CFR 964: .30;
HUD-50058Instr: p70;
PH Occ Gbk: s1.0; s1.1;
s10.1 (2); Ap3-249;
Ap3-281 (2);
7465.1 Hbk: s4-2 (2);
7465.7 Gbk: s6-4 (3);
AppF (3);
PIH Notices: 02-01 (3); 00-45;
99-52 (3); 99-19-App1;
ACOP: 1E (2); GL-I
1991 ..................................................14
PH Occ Gbk: s1.1; Ap1-234;
Ap3-281;
PIH Notices: 02-01 (3);
01-15 (2); 99-52 (3);
95-48 (2);
ACOP: GL-I
1992 ..................................................38
HUD-50058Instr: p2;
HUD-9886: p1;
PH Occ Gbk: Ap1-238; Ap2-239;
PIH Notices: 02-01 (3);
99-52 (3); 99-11 (2);
95-48 (13);
95-48 Tech Asst (9);
ACOP: 4E; 4J; 4K; GL-II
1993 ..................................................12
HUD-9886: p1;
PIH Notices: 95-58; 95-48 (4);
95-48 Tech Asst (2);
94-67 (3);
ACOP: GL-I
1994 ..................................................17
24 CFR 964: .3;
HUD-50058Instr: p3;
7465.7 Gbk: s3-7 (3);
PIH Notices: 02-01 (2);
99-52 (2); 99-11; 95-69;
95-48; 95-48 Tech Asst;
94-67 (3); 94-67
1995 ..................................................75
24 CFR 5: .506; .508 (4);
.516; .518;
HUD-50058Instr: p17;
PH Occ Gbk: Int App;
7465.7 Gbk: CovLtr (9); s1-2;
s1-4; s1-6 (3); s3-2 (2);
s4-3 (2); s5-3 (4); s5-5;
s6-1 (2); s10-2 (2);
s10-4 (3); s10-5; AppB;
ApB Q21; AppC; AppF (6);
AppG;
PIH Notices: 03-17; 03-11;
02-21; 99-11; 97-12;
95-69 (2); 95-58 (2);
95-48 (7);
95-48 Tech Asst (3); 94-67;
ACOP: 1L; 6P (2); 7-I; 11J
1996 ..................................................35
24 CFR 5: .210; .400; .508;
.518 (4); .601; .630;
HUD-50058Instr: p17; p18 (3);
7465.7 Gbk: s6-4; AppF;
PIH Notices: 02-01; 00-52;
00-11 (2); 99-52; 98-16;
97-12 (9); 95-69 (2);
95-58; 95-48; 95-48
1997 ....................................................4
HUD-50058Instr: p14;
PIH Notices: 00-11A; 97-12;
97-12
1998 ..................................................72
24 CFR 5: .701; .801 (5);
HUD-50058Instr: p1; p5;
PH Occ Gbk: s1.1; s5.0;
s6.8; s10.0; s10.1;
s12.2; s13.5; s17.0;
s17.1; s19.0; Ap3-283;
Ap6-309; Ap6-314; Ap8-395;
PIH Notices: 03-17 (2);
03-11 (2); 02-21 (2);
02-01; 01-20 (4); 01-15;
01-05; 00-27 (4);
00-11 (2); 00-11A (2);
99-52; 99-19 (11);
99-19-App1; 99-19-App2;
98-66; 98-53 (3);
98-44 (3); 98-24 (2);
98-16; 97-12;
ACOP: 2D; 6A;
1999 ..................................................72
24 CFR 5: .801 (2);
24 CFR 960: .253 (2);
HUD-50058Instr: p27; p48 (2);
p73;
PH Occ Gbk: s10.5 (2); s19.0;
PIH Notices: 02-21; 01-20;
01-05 (3); 00-52; 00-27;
99-52 (2); 99-50 (2);
99-31; 99-30 (2);
99-21 (2); 99-19 (3);
99-18 (2); 99-11; 98-66;
98-53 (2); 98-44;
98-24 (2); 98-16 (2);
ACOP: 7E
1BR .....................................................1
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PH Occ Gbk: Ap3-262
1ST .................................................... 7
HUD-50058: p xvi;
HUD-50058Instr: p60;
PH Occ Gbk: s10.9; Ap8-341;
Ap8-342;
ACOP: 9H; 9H
1ST FLOOR ...................................... 2
PH Occ Gbk: Ap8-341; Ap8-342
2 MONTHS ....................................... 1
PH Occ Gbk: Ap8-360
2 PERCENT ...................................... 1
PH Occ Gbk: s1.1
2 WEEKS .......................................... 2
PIH Notices: 03-11;
ACOP: 9M
2 YEARS ........................................... 6
HUD-50058Instr: p22; p60;
PH Occ Gbk: s3.10;
7465.1 Hbk: s5-4;
ACOP: 5B; 5B
20 HOURS ......................................... 4
PH Occ Gbk: s3.6; s15.4;
Ap2-244; Ap6-310
20 PERCENT .................................... 2
PIH Notices: 01-09C; 00-36
200 ................................................... 35
24 CFR 5: .107 (2); .601;
.701 (2);
24 CFR 960: .200;
24 CFR 964: .30; .200;
HUD-903: p3;
PH Occ Gbk: s1.2 (3);
s10.9 (3);
7465.7 Gbk: AppG (3);
AppH (2);
PIH Notices: 02-21 (6); 01-27;
01-20 (4); 95-48;
95-48 Tech Asst; 94-67;
ACOP: PI-Intro
2000 ............................................... 140
24 CFR 5: .661;
24 CFR 960: .600;
HUD-50058: p1;
HUD-50058Instr: p14 (2); p16;
p61;
PH Occ Gbk: s6.2; s10.9 (5);
Ap1-237; Ap6-310;
PIH Notices: 02-01; 01-27 (5);
01-15 (2); 01-09 (2);
01-09A (3); 01-05 (9);
00-52; 00-51 (2); 00-50;
00-45 (2); 00-36 (2);
00-35; 00-32 (2);
00-31 (2); 00-27 (18);
00-20 (2); 00-19 (2);
00-16 (2); 00-11 (2);
00-01 (5); 99-52 (3);
99-50 (2); 99-31;
99-30 (2); 99-21 (2);
99-19; 99-18 (2); 99-11;
98-66 (4); 98-24;
95-48 (21);
95-48 Tech Asst (18);
95-48 Tech Asst
2001 ............................................... 123
24 CFR 5: .901;
24 CFR 960: .707;
HUD-50058: p ii; p6; p xiii;
HUD-50058Instr: p i; p17;
p21 (3); p30 (2); p32 (2);
p42; p53; p78 (3);
PH Occ Gbk: CovLtr; Int;
s4.2; s10.9 (3); Ap1-238;
PIH Notices: 03-17; 02-21;
02-09; 01-43 (3); 01-40;
01-37 (2); 01-27 (5);
01-20 (21); 01-18;
01-17 (2); 01-15 (2);
01-11 (9); 01-09 (10);
01-09B (4); 01-05 (6);
00-52 (2); 00-51 (2);
00-50; 00-36; 00-35;
00-32 (2); 00-31 (2);
00-27 (8); 00-20 (2);
00-19 (2); 00-16 (2);
00-11; 00-01; 99-19
2002 ................................................. 43
24 CFR 5: .801 (3);
PH Occ Gbk: s1.1; s10.4;
s10.5 (2); s10.9 (2);
PIH Notices: 03-17 (3);
02-21 (4); 02-12 (2);
02-09 (2); 02-01;
01-43 (2); 01-40;
01-37 (2); 01-27;
01-20 (7); 01-18 (2);
01-17 (2); 01-15;
01-09 (3); 01-05
2003 ................................................. 16
PH Occ Gbk: Int App;
PIH Notices: 03-17 (9); 03-11;
03-05; 02-12 (2); 02-09;
02-01
2004 ................................................... 3
PH Occ Gbk: s10.9;
PIH Notices: 03-17; 03-11
2005 ................................................... 1
HUD-50058Instr: p61
214 FORM ......................................... 1
PH Occ Gbk: s7.3
24 HOUR ........................................... 1
ACOP: 9M
24 HOURS ......................................... 8
PH Occ Gbk: s11.1; s11.7;
s14.0;
PIH Notices: 03-11;
ACOP: 9M (3); 9M
24 MONTHS ..................................... 6
24 CFR 5: .514;
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HUD-50058Instr: p18;
ACOP: 4A (3); 4B
24-HOUR ...........................................1
ACOP: 9M
25% .....................................................8
PH Occ Gbk: s10.4;
7465.1 Hbk: s3-2 (3);
PIH Notices: 95-48;
95-48 Tech Asst;
ACOP: 6K; GL-II
25 PERCENT .....................................4
24 CFR 5: .518; .653;
PH Occ Gbk: s10.3;
7465.7 Gbk: s10-5
250 UNITS .........................................5
24 CFR 964: .18 (3);
PIH Notices: 02-01; 99-52
2BR .....................................................1
PH Occ Gbk: Ap3-262
2ND ....................................................4
HUD-50058Instr: p47; p48;
PH Occ Gbk: Ap4-291;
7465.7 Gbk: AppG
3% .....................................................13
HUD-50058Instr: p22 (2); p23;
p34;
PH Occ Gbk: s10.3 (2);
Ap2-242; Ap8-337 (2);
ACOP: 6O; GL-I; GL-II;
GL-II
3 BEDROOMS ...................................1
ACOP: 5A
3 MONTHS ........................................5
PH Occ Gbk: s17.6;
PIH Notices: 01-09A (2);
ACOP: 4C; 7K
3 PERCENT .......................................7
PH Occ Gbk: s10.2 (5); s10.3;
PIH Notices: 01-15
3 YEAR ..............................................2
HUD-50058Instr: p11;
7465.7 Gbk: ApB Q33
3 YEARS ............................................3
24 CFR 5: .518;
HUD-50058Instr: p18;
PIH Notices: 03-11
30% ...................................................27
HUD-50058: p8; p viii;
p xvii;
HUD-50058Instr: p37 (2); p62;
p66 (3); p67;
PH Occ Gbk: s10.3; s10.4 (2);
s10.5; Ap2-239; Ap2-244;
Ap3-255; Ap3-283;
Ap8-339 (2);
ACOP: 4-I (5); 6A; GL-II
30 CALENDAR DAYS ...................10
PH Occ Gbk: Ap3-268;
PIH Notices: 94-67 (2);
ACOP: 2B (2); 7A; 9A; 9G;
11C; 11G
30 DAY ..............................................8
24 CFR 5: .514;
PH Occ Gbk: s17.0; s17.5;
Ap1-238; Ap1-239; Ap3-266;
Ap3-270;
PIH Notices: 99-19
30 DAY NOTICE ...............................2
PH Occ Gbk: Ap1-239; Ap3-266
30 DAY NOTICE TO TENANTS .....1
PH Occ Gbk: Ap1-238
30 DAYS ..........................................65
24 CFR 5: .353 (2); .360;
.363; .514 (4);
24 CFR 945: .203(b); .205(b);
24 CFR 964: .18; .130; .225;
.230; .420; .425;
24 CFR 966: .3; .4(L)(3) (2);
.52;
HUD-50058Instr: p17;
PH Occ Gbk: s7.10; s9.2;
s13.3; s14.3; s17.6 (5);
Ap3-266; Ap3-274;
Ap3-275 (3); Ap4-288;
Ap4-294; Ap4-296 (2);
Ap5-304;
7465.7 Gbk: CovLtr; s9-1 (2);
ApF;
PIH Notices: 99-19;
ACOP: 4N; 4O; 6G; 6K;
7A; 7-I; 8E; 9E; 9M;
10; 11C (2); 11G (2);
12A; 12B; 13F (2); 14C;
PI-I
30 HOURS .........................................1
PIH Notices: 03-17
30 PERCENT ...................................15
24 CFR 5: .603 (2); .628;
24 CFR 960: .202;
HUD-50058Instr: p71 (2);
PH Occ Gbk: s3.6; s6.8 (2);
s10.3; s10.4 (2);
ACOP: 6S; GL-II; GL-II
300 PUBLIC HOUSING UNITS .......1
24 CFR 964: .425
30-DAY ..............................................7
24 CFR 966: .5;
PH Occ Gbk: s8.5; s17.5;
7465.7 Gbk: s9-1; AppF;
AppH;
ACOP: 9M
30-DAY NOTICE ..............................1
PH Occ Gbk: s8.5
31% .....................................................1
PH Occ Gbk: Ap3-255
3BR .....................................................1
PH Occ Gbk: Ap3-262
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3RD .................................................... 1
PH Occ Gbk: s10.9
4 BEDROOMS .................................. 1
ACOP: 5A
40% .................................................... 5
PH Occ Gbk: Ap3-255;
Ap3-256 (2);
PIH Notices: 00-45;
ACOP: 4-I
40 DAYS ........................................... 6
ACOP: 7C (5); 7C
40 PERCENT .................................. 15
24 CFR 5: .653;
24 CFR 960: .202;
PH Occ Gbk: s3.6 (3);
s6.8 (3);
PIH Notices: 01-15; 95-48;
95-48 Tech Asst;
ACOP: 4-I (3); 4L
4506 ................................................... 3
PH Occ Gbk: s7.4;
PIH Notices: 01-15;
ACOP: 7C
48 HOURS ......................................... 2
PH Occ Gbk: Ap4-295;
PIH Notices: 00-36
48 MONTH ....................................... 4
24 CFR 5: .617 (2);
24 CFR 960: .255; .255
48 MONTHS ..................................... 4
PH Occ Gbk: s10.9 (2); Ap3-280;
ACOP: 6C
48-MONTH DISALLOWANCE ...... 1
PH Occ Gbk: s10.9
4BR .................................................... 3
PH Occ Gbk: Ap3-262;
7465.7 Gbk: ApB Q39; ApB Q39
5 BEDROOMS .................................. 1
ACOP: 5A
5 BUSINESS DAYS ......................... 2
24 CFR 960: .205;
PH Occ Gbk: s7.11
5 DAYS ............................................. 3
ACOP: 9M (2); 11B
5 DAYS' ............................................ 1
ACOP: 4A
5 PERCENT ...................................... 9
PH Occ Gbk: s1.1;
7465.7 Gbk: ApH;
PIH Notices: 02-21 (2); 01-20;
00-27; 99-19 (2); 99-19
5 YEAR ............................................. 2
PIH Notices: 99-19; 99-19
5 YEARS ......................................... 17
24 CFR 5: .514;
HUD-50058: p xvii;
HUD-50058Instr: p61;
HUD-9886: p1 (2);
PH Occ Gbk: s3.10;
7465.7 Gbk: s4-5;
ACOP: 2F (7); 5A; 12C; 12C
50% .................................................. 25
HUD-50058: p v;
HUD-50058Instr: p19;
PH Occ Gbk: s10.9 (5);
Ap3-251; Ap3-280;
7465.1 Hbk: s3-1 (2);
PIH Notices: 02-01; 99-52;
95-48 (3);
95-48 Tech Asst (3);
ACOP: 2G; 4C (2); 7K;
GL-II; GL-II
50 ..................................................... 93
24 CFR 5: .403 (3); .603 (2);
.617;
24 CFR 945: .105;
24 CFR 960: .255;
24 CFR 964: .305 (2); .310;
24 CFR 966: .50;
HUD-50058: p i;
HUD-50058Instr: p ii; p3;
p74; p76 (2);
PH Occ Gbk: s2.2 (3);
s3.6 (2); s3.10 (2); s3.11;
s10.9; s17.6; Ap1-233;
Ap1-239; Ap2-242 (2);
Ap2-244; Ap2-245; Ap3-261;
Ap3-284; Ap5-303;
7465.1 Hbk: s3-1; s3-4;
s3-5; s5-2; s5-5 (3);
7465.7 Gbk: AppH;
PIH Notices: 01-15; 99-52;
99-19; 99-19-App3; 99-11;
95-48 (20);
95-48 Tech Asst (18);
ACOP: 4J; 6C (2); GL-II;
GL-II
50 PERCENT .................................. 13
24 CFR 5: .603 (2);
HUD-50058Instr: p76 (2);
PH Occ Gbk: s3.6; Ap2-245;
PIH Notices: 95-48 (3);
95-48 Tech Asst (3);
ACOP: 6C
50 WEEKS ........................................ 5
24 CFR 5: .617;
24 CFR 960: .255;
HUD-50058Instr: p74;
ACOP: 6C; GL-II
50 YEARS ......................................... 9
24 CFR 5: .403 (3);
24 CFR 945: .105;
PH Occ Gbk: s2.2 (3); Ap2-242;
ACOP: 4J
50058 ............................................... 33
HUD-50058Instr: p1; p2 (2);
p5; p11 (3); p77;
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PH Occ Gbk: s1.1 (3); s3.4;
s6.8; s7.11;
7465.7 Gbk: ApB Q7 (2);
ApB Q8;
PIH Notices: 01-43 (6); 01-15;
01-11 (5);
ACOP: 6C; 7E; 11B; 11G
5BR .....................................................1
PH Occ Gbk: Ap3-262
5-YEAR ..............................................2
PH Occ Gbk: s4.6;
PIH Notices: 99-19
6 BEDROOMS ...................................1
ACOP: 5A
6 MONTH ..........................................1
HUD-50058Instr: p18
6 MONTHS ........................................5
HUD-50058Instr: p18;
ACOP: 5A; 7J; 7K; GL-II
6 YEARS ............................................3
PH Occ Gbk: s17.6; Ap1-227;
ACOP: 7D
60% .....................................................1
PH Occ Gbk: Ap3-255
60 CALENDAR DAYS .....................4
24 CFR 5: .216;
24 CFR 966: .4(L)(2);
PH Occ Gbk: s17.6;
ACOP: 12B
60 DAYS ..........................................23
24 CFR 5: .216; .312;
.518 (2); .801 (2);
24 CFR 964: .230;
PH Occ Gbk: s3.10; s7.2;
s14.3; Ap1-228;
Ap3-272 (2); Ap4-289;
7465.7 Gbk: s10-5 (2);
PIH Notices: 99-19 (2); 97-12;
94-67;
ACOP: 7A; 7-I; 7-I
60 PERCENT .....................................1
PH Occ Gbk: s3.6
600 ....................................................11
24 CFR 960: .600;
PH Occ Gbk: s3.0; s10.3 (4);
Ap1-237;
PIH Notices: 03-17; 02-21;
01-15; 00-11
62 YEARS ........................................42
24 CFR 5: .100; .216;
.403 (3); .508 (3);
24 CFR 945: .105;
24 CFR 960: .601;
HUD-50058Instr: p17; p71 (2);
p74;
PH Occ Gbk: s2.2 (4); s7.2;
s7.3; s10.2; s15.4;
Ap1-234; Ap2-239 (2);
Ap2-242; Ap6-310;
7465.1 Hbk: s3-4 (2);
7465.7 Gbk: s4-3; ApC (4);
ApF;
ACOP: 4E; 4J; 7-I;
GL-II (3); GL-II
6-MONTH ..........................................1
ACOP: GL-II
70% .....................................................1
7465.7 Gbk: AppH
72 HOURS .........................................1
PH Occ Gbk: Ap3-268
75 PERCENT .....................................4
24 CFR 960: .202;
PH Occ Gbk: s6.8 (2);
ACOP: 4-I
8 HOUR PER MONTH ......................3
PH Occ Gbk: s12.1; Ap3-272;
Ap4-290
8 HOURS ...........................................4
24 CFR 960: .603 (3);
PH Occ Gbk: Ap4-294
8 HOURS PER MONTH ...................4
24 CFR 960: .603 (3);
PH Occ Gbk: Ap4-294
80% .....................................................9
HUD-50058Instr: p44; p48;
p51; p54;
PH Occ Gbk: Ap3-255;
7465.1 Hbk: s3-1 (3);
ACOP: 4-I
80 PERCENT .....................................8
24 CFR 5: .603 (2);
HUD-50058Instr: p73 (2);
PH Occ Gbk: s2.1; s3.6;
Ap2-242;
ACOP: GL-II
85 PERCENT .....................................2
ACOP: 4L; 4L
8821 ....................................................3
PH Occ Gbk: s7.4;
PIH Notices: 01-15;
ACOP: 7C
9 MONTHS ........................................5
24 CFR 5: .801;
PH Occ Gbk: s10.9 (2);
Ap3-281;
PIH Notices: 01-15
90 DAY ..............................................1
PH Occ Gbk: Ap2-244
90 DAYS ..........................................24
24 CFR 5: .801 (2);
24 CFR 945: .203(e) (2);
.203(f);
24 CFR 964: .18; .150; .225;
PH Occ Gbk: s4.7; s6.6;
s7.10 (3); s12.5;
s13.1 (3); Ap3-283;
PIH Notices: 99-19-Ap1;
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ACOP: 4C (3); 6A; 7E
90-DAY ............................................. 5
24 CFR 5: .630 (3);
PIH Notices: 99-19;
ACOP: 6A
90-DAY PERIOD .............................. 3
24 CFR 5: .630 (2);
ACOP: 6A
95% .................................................... 2
PIH Notices: 02-01; 99-52
95 PERCENT .................................... 6
HUD-50058Instr: p40; p68;
PIH Notices: 01-20 (3); 01-20
95TH PERCENTILE ....................... 23
24 CFR 5: .520;
HUD-50058: p ix;
HUD-50058Instr: p40; p68;
7465.7 Gbk: CovLtr (2); s11-4;
s11-5; s11-6; ApB Q40;
ApH (12); ApH
95TH PERCENTILE RENT ............. 3
24 CFR 5: .520;
7465.7 Gbk: s11-4; s11-5
ABANDONED .................................. 4
24 CFR 5: .703;
PH Occ Gbk: Ap4-294; Ap4-299;
Ap4-299
ABANDONED CARS ...................... 2
PH Occ Gbk: Ap4-299; Ap4-299
ABANDONED VEHICLES ............. 1
24 CFR 5: .703
ABANDONING ................................ 1
7465.7 Gbk: s3-6
ABANDONMENT ............................ 1
ACOP: 2G
ABANDONS ..................................... 1
PH Occ Gbk: Ap4-294
ABATE .............................................. 7
PH Occ Gbk: s17.2; s17.6 (2);
Ap4-294 (2);
ACOP: 8D; 8D
ABATED ........................................... 3
PH Occ Gbk: s1.1; Ap4-295;
ACOP: 9M
ABATEMENT ................................ 15
24 CFR 966: .4(a) (2);
PH Occ Gbk: s17.2 (2);
s17.6 (4); Ap4-294;
PIH Notices: 99-31 (4); 94-67;
94-67
ABATEMENT OF RENT ................. 3
24 CFR 966: .4(a) (2);
PH Occ Gbk: Ap4-294
ABILITIES ........................................ 6
PH Occ Gbk: s1.1; s7.7 (2);
7465.1 Hbk: App3;
PIH Notices: 95-48;
95-48 Tech Asst
ABILITY ....................................... 120
24 CFR 5: .318; .350;
.403 (2);
24 CFR 945: .105 (2);
24 CFR 964: .225;
HUD-50058: p i (2);
HUD-50058Instr: p15 (2); p62;
p74 (2);
PH Occ Gbk: s1.2 (2);
s2.2 (2); s3.6; s3.11;
s4.6 (16); s4.10; s6.4;
s6.7 (2); s7.0 (2); s7.1;
s7.4; s7.5; s7.6;
s7.7 (11); Ap2-238 (2);
Ap2-243; Ap3-251; Ap3-253;
Ap3-256; Ap3-257 (2);
Ap3-258 (2); Ap3-259;
Ap3-260 (2); Ap3-261;
Ap4-289; Ap8-319 (2);
Ap8-369 (2); Ap8-371;
Ap8-376; Ap8-384 (2);
Ap8-385; Ap8-387 (2);
Ap8-389 (2);
7465.1 Hbk: s3-4 (3); s3-5;
s4-2;
PIH Notices: 02-01 (2);
01-15 (2); 99-52 (2);
95-48 (3);
95-48 Tech Asst (3);
ACOP: 2E (2); 2G (5); 4A;
4C; 7J (2); GL-II (6);
PI-I
ABILITY TO PAY ............................ 2
PH Occ Gbk: s7.5;
PIH Notices: 01-15
ABLE-BODIED ................................ 1
PH Occ Gbk: s17.6
ABSENCE ....................................... 32
24 CFR 5: .403;
24 CFR 945: .205(a); .303;
HUD-50058Instr: p72;
PH Occ Gbk: s1.1; s4.6;
s7.4; s7.7 (2); Ap3-267;
7465.1 Hbk: s5-1;
PIH Notices: 03-05 (2);
01-40 (2); 95-48;
95-48 Tech Asst;
ACOP: 2B; 6Intro; 7-I;
11G (11); 11G
ABSENCES ....................................... 4
PH Occ Gbk: s19.0;
ACOP: 9D; 11G; 11G
ABSENT .......................................... 51
24 CFR 5: .100; .609;
24 CFR 966: .4(j);
HUD-50058: p v;
HUD-50058Instr: p17; p33;
p36; p70;
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PH Occ Gbk: s2.1; s10.1;
s10.5; s18.8; Ap2-240;
Ap2-243; Ap3-267; Ap3-271;
Ap3-277; Ap4-295 (2);
7465.1 Hbk: s5-1 (2);
PIH Notices: 03-05 (2);
01-40 (2); 97-12;
ACOP: 5A; 7-I; 9D;
11G (19); GL-I; GL-II;
GL-II
ABSENT FROM THE UNIT .............6
PH Occ Gbk: Ap3-267;
ACOP: 9D; 11G (3); 11G
ABSOLUTE HIERARCHY ...............2
7465.1 Hbk: s5-5; s5-5
ABSORB ............................................4
PIH Notices: 01-09; 01-09C;
ACOP: 4A; GL-I
ABSORBED .....................................29
HUD-50058: p10; p x; p11;
p xi; p13; p xiii; p14;
p xiv;
HUD-50058Instr: p42 (4);
p46 (4); p53 (4); p56 (2);
p73;
PH Occ Gbk: Ap8-333 (5);
PIH Notices: 01-09
ABSORBING .....................................1
HUD-50058Instr: p73
ABSORBS ........................................10
HUD-50058Instr: p10; p42 (2);
p46 (2); p53 (2); p56 (2);
PH Occ Gbk: s3.2
ABSORPTION ...................................3
HUD-50058Instr: p70; p71; p71
ABUSE ...........................................139
24 CFR 5: .210; .603;
24 CFR 960: .203 (3);
.204 (5); .205 (19); .308;
24 CFR 966: .4(f) (2);
.4(L)(2); .4(L)(5) (7);
HUD-50058: p16;
HUD-50058Instr: p61; p71;
HUD-903-1: p2;
PH Occ Gbk: Int Pt7; Int App;
s2.2 (2); s4.1; s4.2;
s4.6 (5); s7.6 (11); s7.7;
s7.11; s13.5; s15.3;
s17.1; s17.6 (6);
s19.0 (2); s19.1 (3);
s19.2; s19.4; s19.5;
s19.7 (4); Ap1-227;
Ap1-231; Ap1-236; Ap1-238;
Ap2-240; Ap3-258; Ap3-259;
Ap3-260 (3); Ap6-309;
Ap8-320; Ap8-381;
Ap8-388 (2); Ap8-389;
7465.1 Hbk: s6-1;
PIH Notices: 03-11;
ACOP: 1K; 2E; 2F (4);
2G (4); 6C; 6G; 6N;
7-I; 7K; 8L; 12B; 12C;
14C; GL-II; PI-Intro;
PI-A (2); PI-B (3);
PI-C (3); PI-D (2); PI-E
ABUSE OF ALCOHOL .....................5
PH Occ Gbk: s2.2; s4.6; s7.6;
Ap3-260;
ACOP: 2G
ABUSER ..........................................13
PH Occ Gbk: s1.2; s4.10;
s19.4 (2); Ap2-240;
7465.1 Hbk: s4-2;
ACOP: 4C (2); 6N; 7K (3);
7K
ABUSERS ..........................................8
24 CFR 966: .4(L)(5) (2);
PH Occ Gbk: s4.6; s17.6;
s19.4 (2); Ap1-231; Ap1-231
ABUSES .............................................2
ACOP: 2F; 12C
ABUSING ..........................................1
PH Occ Gbk: s7.6
ABUSIVE ...........................................7
PH Occ Gbk: s19.1; s19.2;
s19.7; Ap4-293; Ap8-379;
Ap8-385;
ACOP: 2F
ACC ..................................................41
24 CFR 5: .100; .236; .403;
.504;
24 CFR 945: .105;
24 CFR 960: .102;
24 CFR 964: .3 (2); .7 (3);
.16; .225 (5);
HUD-50058Instr: p1; p7;
p70 (3);
PH Occ Gbk: Ap1-229;
7465.1 Hbk: CovLtr; s1-1;
s3-2;
7465.7 Gbk: s2-1 (2);
PIH Notices: 02-21 (7);
01-20 (4); 00-27;
ACOP: GL-II
ACCEPT ...........................................88
24 CFR 5: .216; .518;
24 CFR 945: .103; .303 (5);
24 CFR 966: .4(L)(2);
PH Occ Gbk: s3.1 (2); s3.2;
s3.4; s3.5; s3.11; s4.3;
s4.10; s5.4; s6.3; s6.4;
s6.10; s7.0 (2); s7.2;
s8.2 (2); s8.5; s11.5;
s17.1; s17.6 (3); Ap1-237;
Ap3-254; Ap3-263;
Ap3-264 (2); Ap3-265;
Ap3-266; Ap4-288; Ap4-291;
Ap4-294; Ap8-380;
Ap8-383 (3);
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7465.1 Hbk: s2-1; s2-3 (2);
s5-4;
7465.7 Gbk: s10-5; ApB Q7;
PIH Notices: 03-05; 01-40;
01-27 (2); 95-48 (6);
95-48 Tech Asst (6); 94-67;
ACOP: 4A (2); 4L; 4S (3);
5C; 6J; 7A (3); 7-I;
9C; 9H; 9-I (3); 12B;
PI-I
ACCEPTABLE ............................... 81
24 CFR 5: .216; .510 (3);
HUD-50058Instr: p18 (3);
PH Occ Gbk: s2.2; s3.4;
s5.0; s5.3 (2); s6.1;
s7.0 (4); s7.2; s7.3;
s7.5; s7.9; s7.10 (3);
s10.2; s12.2; s17.6;
Ap3-261; Ap8-390 (6);
7465.1 Hbk: s4-1; s6-2;
7465.7 Gbk: s6-4 (5);
AppF (4);
PIH Notices: 01-15 (3);
99-19-App1; 95-48 (6);
95-48 Tech Asst (6);
ACOP: 2G; 3D; 7A (2);
7E (6); 7F; 7-I (5); 7J;
9H; 9M; 9M
ACCEPTABLE DOCUMENTATION5
24 CFR 5: .216;
HUD-50058Instr: p18 (2);
PIH Notices: 01-15;
ACOP: 3D
ACCEPTABLE DOCUMENTS ....... 1
ACOP: 7-I
ACCEPTABLE TO ........................... 2
PH Occ Gbk: s5.0;
ACOP: 7A
ACCEPTANCE ............................... 27
24 CFR 5: .216;
24 CFR 960: .202;
24 CFR 964: .350;
24 CFR 966: .4(L)(2);
PH Occ Gbk: s3.0; s4.8;
s6.10; s8.5 (2); s17.6;
Ap1-228; Ap3-265; Ap3-266;
Ap8-382; Ap8-383;
7465.1 Hbk: s1-2; s5-7;
7465.7 Gbk: s3-4 (2);
PIH Notices: 01-11; 99-19;
ACOP: 4A; 4P; 4S (2); 12B;
13F
ACCEPTANCE OF MONEY ........... 1
ACOP: 13F
ACCEPTED .................................... 39
24 CFR 5: .801;
24 CFR 960: .206; .403;
24 CFR 964: .230 (2);
PH Occ Gbk: s2.2; s3.1;
s4.11; s6.3 (2); s6.6;
s7.2; s8.1; s8.2; s9.1;
s9.2; s10.2; s18.3;
s18.4; Ap2-245; Ap3-254;
Ap3-267; Ap8-320; Ap8-377;
PIH Notices: 02-01; 01-09;
99-52;
ACOP: 2E; 3A (2); 4Intro;
4A (2); 5C; 7A (2); 7H;
8D; 13F
ACCEPTING ................................... 22
PH Occ Gbk: s3.1; s3.2;
s6.0 (2); s6.3 (2);
s8.5 (2); s18.10; s19.2;
Ap3-265 (2); Ap8-320;
7465.1 Hbk: s4-2; s4-3;
s5-7 (2);
PIH Notices: 02-01; 99-52;
98-44;
ACOP: 4A; 4S
ACCEPTS ........................................ 12
PH Occ Gbk: s2.2; s6.10;
s6.11; s8.4; s9.2;
Ap3-264; Ap3-267; Ap8-323;
7465.1 Hbk: s5-7;
PIH Notices: 01-15;
ACOP: 5B; 8M
ACCESSIBILITY .......................... 233
24 CFR 5: .403; .655;
24 CFR 945: .105;
24 CFR 960: .206 (2);
.403 (2);
24 CFR 964: .140;
HUD-50058: p5 (2); p v (2);
HUD-50058Instr: p20 (4); p70;
p74;
PH Occ Gbk: s1.0; s1.1 (6);
s1.2; s3.0; s3.1 (2);
s3.3; s3.6; s6.0; s6.2;
s6.9 (4); s8.7;
Ap1-232 (2); Ap1-237 (2);
Ap2-238 (2); Ap2-244;
Ap3-247 (2); Ap3-250;
Ap3-255; Ap3-284;
7465.1 Hbk: s2-3;
PIH Notices: 02-01 (40);
99-52 (38); 95-48 (55);
95-48 Tech Asst (45);
ACOP: 1D; GL-II (2); GL-II
ACCESSIBILITY FEATURE ........... 1
PH Occ Gbk: Ap1-237
ACCESSIBILITY FEATURES ...... 28
24 CFR 5: .655;
24 CFR 960: .206 (2);
.403 (2);
HUD-50058: p5 (2); p v (2);
HUD-50058Instr: p20 (4);
PH Occ Gbk: s3.1; s3.6;
s6.9 (3); Ap1-237; Ap3-255;
7465.1 Hbk: s2-3;
PIH Notices: 02-01 (3);
99-52 (3); 99-52
ACCESSIBLE ............................... 524
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24 CFR 945: .105; .203(b);
.203(c) (4); .205(b);
24 CFR 966: .4(k); .56 (2);
HUD-50058: p5; p v;
HUD-50058Instr: p20 (2);
p70 (4);
HUD-903-1: p2;
PH Occ Gbk: Int; Int Pt1;
s1.1 (10); s1.2 (7); s3.0;
s3.1 (2); s3.4; s3.6 (2);
s3.7; s4.10 (2); s6.9 (3);
s7.6; s8.5; s8.7 (4);
s14.5; s17.5; s17.6;
s18.8; s18.10; Ap1-232 (9);
Ap1-233 (2); Ap1-234 (4);
Ap2-238 (7); Ap3-247;
Ap3-249 (2); Ap3-250 (3);
Ap3-251 (7); Ap3-252 (2);
Ap3-255 (4); Ap3-263;
Ap3-264 (2); Ap3-266 (4);
Ap3-269 (2); Ap3-277;
Ap4-291; Ap4-295;
Ap5-306 (2);
7465.1 Hbk: s2-3; s5-2;
PIH Notices: 02-01 (72);
99-52 (68); 97-12 (5);
95-48 (114);
95-48 Tech Asst (114);
ACOP: 1D; 1E (2); 3A;
3B (2); 3C (2); 3D (2);
4A; 4B; 4H; 4J (2); 4N;
4O (4); 5C (2); 9E (2);
11B; 13F (2); GL-II (5);
GL-II
ACCESSIBLE FACILITY .................2
PH Occ Gbk: Ap2-238;
ACOP: GL-II
ACCESSIBLE FEATURE .................2
PIH Notices: 02-01; 99-52
ACCESSIBLE FEATURES .............30
PH Occ Gbk: s1.2; s4.10;
s7.6; s8.5; Ap1-233;
Ap3-255 (2); Ap3-264 (2);
Ap3-266; Ap3-269 (2);
PIH Notices: 02-01 (3);
99-52 (3); 95-48 (5);
95-48 Tech Asst (5);
ACOP: 4H; 4J
ACCESSIBLE FORMAT ................16
24 CFR 945: .203(b); .205(b);
24 CFR 966: .4(k); .56;
PH Occ Gbk: s17.6; Ap4-295;
Ap5-306;
ACOP: 1E; 3A; 3B; 3C (2);
4A; 4N; 11B; 13F
ACCESSIBLE FORMATS ................2
PH Occ Gbk: s17.5; Ap3-252
ACCESSIBLE ROUTE ....................36
PH Occ Gbk: Ap1-232;
Ap1-234 (3); Ap2-238 (3);
PIH Notices: 02-01 (3);
99-52 (3); 95-48 (10);
95-48 Tech Asst (10);
ACOP: GL-II (2); GL-II
ACCESSIBLE ROUTES ...................4
PIH Notices: 95-48 (2);
95-48 Tech Asst;
95-48 Tech Asst
ACCESSIBLE UNIT .......................45
HUD-50058: p5; p v;
HUD-50058Instr: p20 (2);
PH Occ Gbk: s1.2; s3.6;
s6.9; s8.7; Ap3-255 (2);
Ap3-266; Ap4-291;
PIH Notices: 02-01 (15);
99-52 (14);
ACOP: 3B; 3D; 4O; 9E
ACCESSIBLE UNIT FEATURES ....1
PH Occ Gbk: s3.7
ACCESSIBLE UNITS .....................44
24 CFR 945: .105; .203(c) (2);
HUD-50058Instr: p70;
PH Occ Gbk: s1.1 (2); s4.10;
s6.9; Ap1-233; Ap3-250 (2);
Ap3-266; Ap3-277;
7465.1 Hbk: s2-3;
PIH Notices: 02-01 (12);
99-52 (12); 97-12;
ACOP: 4B; 4O (2); 5C; 5C
ACCIDENT ........................................8
24 CFR 5: .609;
HUD-50058Instr: p31;
PH Occ Gbk: s10.1 (2);
Ap3-278;
ACOP: 6K; 7E; GL-I
ACCIDENT INSURANCE ................8
24 CFR 5: .609;
HUD-50058Instr: p31;
PH Occ Gbk: s10.1 (2);
Ap3-278;
ACOP: 6K; 7E; GL-I
ACCIDENTAL ..................................1
PIH Notices: 99-11
ACCOMMODATE ..........................38
24 CFR 5: .318;
24 CFR 945: .203(c);
24 CFR 964: .305 (3);
HUD-50058Instr: p35;
PH Occ Gbk: Int Pt1; s1.2 (3);
s3.10; s4.10; s6.3;
s16.2; Ap2-238; Ap3-268;
Ap3-270; Ap8-341 (2);
7465.1 Hbk: s5-1; s6;
PIH Notices: 02-01 (2); 01-11;
99-52 (2); 97-12;
95-48 (3);
95-48 Tech Asst (3);
ACOP: 1E (2); 8G; 9C;
GL-II
ACCOMMODATES ..........................1
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PH Occ Gbk: s3.7
ACCOMMODATING ....................... 2
PH Occ Gbk: s18.10;
ACOP: 5B
ACCOMMODATION ................... 203
24 CFR 5: .403;
24 CFR 960: .705;
24 CFR 966: .4(d) (2); .4(a);
.7 (4); .56 (3);
HUD-50058Instr: p72; p74;
PH Occ Gbk: s1.1; s1.2 (14);
s3.7; s3.8; s4.3; s4.6;
s4.10 (4); s5.5; s6.2;
s7.6 (4); s8.9; s11.1 (2);
s11.2; s11.4; s11.7;
s14.5 (2); s16.1 (4);
s17.6 (4); s17.8 (4);
s18.8 (2); s18.10 (2);
Ap1-238; Ap2-242; Ap3-261;
Ap3-265; Ap3-275;
Ap4-289 (2); Ap4-292 (3);
Ap5-306 (2); Ap8-340 (3);
Ap8-342;
7465.1 Hbk: s4-2 (3); s5-1;
PIH Notices: 02-01 (24);
99-52 (23); 95-48 (12);
95-48 Tech Asst (12);
ACOP: 1E (14); 1J; 2G (2);
3B; 3C (3); 3D (2);
4A (2); 4C; 4N (2); 5A;
5B; 8F; 10; 11B (4);
11G (2); 12B; 12C;
13F (4); GL-II
ACCOMMODATIONS ................ 108
24 CFR 5: .306; .315 (2);
.318; .321;
24 CFR 966: .4(f) (2);
.4(a) (2);
HUD-50058Instr: p72;
HUD-903-1: p2;
PH Occ Gbk: Int Pt5; s1.1 (2);
s1.2 (7); s3.1; s3.7 (2);
s4.9; s4.10 (5); s5.4;
s6.3; s6.4 (3); s6.6;
s11.3; s11.5; s17.5;
s17.6 (3); s17.8; s18.10;
Ap1-233; Ap1-234; Ap1-238;
Ap3-250 (2); Ap3-251;
Ap3-252; Ap3-254;
Ap3-262 (2); Ap3-271;
Ap4-293; Ap4-294 (3);
Ap8-318; Ap8-340 (3);
Ap8-380;
7465.1 Hbk: s5-1;
PIH Notices: 02-01 (8);
99-52 (8); 95-48 (6);
95-48 Tech Asst (6);
ACOP: 1E (3); 1J; 2G; 4C;
5B; 7K; 8A; 8C; 8F;
8J; 11B; 12B; 13F
ACCOMMODATION'S .................... 2
PIH Notices: 95-48;
95-48 Tech Asst
ACCOUNT .................................... 126
24 CFR 5: .318;
24 CFR 960: .203; .253;
.255 (7); .707;
24 CFR 964: .150 (2); .345;
24 CFR 966: .4(L)(5);
HUD-50058: p i; p6; p16 (2);
p17 (4); p xvii (3);
HUD-50058Instr: p ii; p22 (2);
p60 (2); p61; p62 (12);
p64; p65 (3); p66;
p71 (2); p72 (3); p75;
PH Occ Gbk: Int Pt3 (2); s1.2;
s3.10; s4.10; s5.4; s6.0;
s6.9 (2); s7.2; s7.5;
s10.1 (2); s10.9 (5);
s14.0; s14.1; s14.3 (2);
s14.4; s16.2; s16.3;
s17.6 (3); s19.4; Ap2-245;
Ap3-249; Ap3-259; Ap3-263;
Ap3-264; Ap3-271; Ap3-277;
Ap5-306; Ap8-325;
Ap8-332 (2); Ap8-334;
Ap8-360 (4);
7465.7 Gbk: s3-1; s4-4;
AppC;
PIH Notices: 02-01; 01-15 (2);
01-09; 00-36; 00-11A;
99-52; 97-12; 95-48;
95-48 Tech Asst; 94-67 (4);
ACOP: 1D; 7F (2); 7G;
9-I (2); 10; 13F; 13F
ACCOUNT NUMBER ...................... 4
PH Occ Gbk: s14.4; s17.6;
Ap8-360;
7465.7 Gbk: s4-4
ACCOUNTABILITY ........................ 3
PH Occ Gbk: Ap1-235;
7465.7 Gbk: CovLtr;
PIH Notices: 95-58
ACCOUNTABLE ............................. 7
24 CFR 5: .100;
PH Occ Gbk: s7.7; s17.0;
Ap2-238; Ap2-240;
PIH Notices: 95-48;
95-48 Tech Asst
ACCOUNTANT ................................ 4
24 CFR 964: .230 (2);
PH Occ Gbk: s3.4;
ACOP: 7F
ACCOUNTANT'S ............................. 1
ACOP: 7E
ACCOUNTING ................................. 7
24 CFR 5: .801;
24 CFR 964: .225;
PH Occ Gbk: s13.3 (2);
Ap3-275;
PIH Notices: 01-15; 01-05
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ACCOUNTS ....................................29
24 CFR 5: .603;
24 CFR 960: .255 (2);
HUD-50058: p6;
HUD-50058Instr: p22 (3); p28;
p29; p60; p61 (2); p74;
PH Occ Gbk: Int Pt3; s10.1;
s10.4; s10.9 (2); Ap1-236;
Ap2-238; Ap2-243 (2);
Ap8-360;
PIH Notices: 00-11 (3);
ACOP: 6G; 7E; GL-II
ACCUMULATED .............................6
24 CFR 5: .318;
PH Occ Gbk: s10.2; s17.3;
Ap3-282;
ACOP: 6K; GL-I
ACCUMULATION ...........................6
24 CFR 5: .318 (4);
24 CFR 966: .4(b);
PH Occ Gbk: s16.2
ACCUMULATIONS .........................1
24 CFR 5: .703
ACCURACY ....................................28
24 CFR 5: .236; .240; .903;
.905;
24 CFR 945: .203(f);
24 CFR 960: .204;
24 CFR 966: .4(L)(5);
HUD-50058: p i;
HUD-50058Instr: p1;
HUD-9886: p2;
PH Occ Gbk: s4.3; s4.9;
s7.0; s7.5; s12.6; s17.6;
Ap3-258;
PIH Notices: 03-11; 02-21;
01-20; 01-15 (2);
01-05 (3); 00-27;
ACOP: 7C; 12C
ACCURATE ....................................46
24 CFR 5: .216 (7);
24 CFR 945: .203(d);
PH Occ Gbk: CovLtr; s3.4 (2);
s4.6; s6.7; s7.0 (2);
s7.4; s12.2; s12.6;
s13.4 (2); s17.6; Ap1-227;
Ap3-264; Ap3-272; Ap4-290;
Ap8-363;
PIH Notices: 01-15 (5);
01-09C; 00-01; 99-19-App1;
98-66;
ACOP: 3Intro; 3D (2);
4Intro; 4N; 6Intro;
7Intro; 7-I (2); 11B; 12B
ACCURATE INFORMATION .........6
PH Occ Gbk: s13.4 (2); s17.6;
Ap4-290;
ACOP: 3D; 11B
ACCURATELY ...............................10
PH Occ Gbk: Int Pt2; s1.2;
Ap3-252; Ap3-272;
PIH Notices: 01-15 (3); 95-48;
95-48 Tech Asst;
ACOP: 2G
ACOP ...............................................58
PH Occ Gbk: s1.2; s3.0;
s3.6 (3); s3.7; s4.1;
s4.2 (2); s4.3; s5.4;
s6.3; s6.4 (2); s6.5 (2);
s6.7; s6.9 (2); s6.11;
s7.7; s8.0; s8.3; s8.4;
s10.2; s10.3; s10.5;
s10.6 (2); s11.2;
s11.4 (2); s11.5 (2);
s11.8; s11.9; s12.2;
s12.6; s13.0; s13.2 (5);
s13.4 (2); s13.5; s14.1;
s17.1 (2); s17.5;
s17.6 (2); s19.3;
Ap3-246 (2);
ACOP: 1C; 1K
ACQUIRE ..........................................1
24 CFR 964: .205
ACQUIRED .....................................21
24 CFR 5: .318 (2); .403 (2);
24 CFR 945: .105 (3);
24 CFR 964: .345;
HUD-50058: p i;
HUD-50058Instr: p15; p74 (2);
PH Occ Gbk: s2.2 (2); s5.0;
Ap3-266; Ap8-354;
7465.1 Hbk: s3-2 (2);
ACOP: 10; GL-I
ACQUIRED IMMUNODEFICIENCY
SYNDROME .....................................8
24 CFR 5: .403 (2);
24 CFR 945: .105 (2);
HUD-50058Instr: p74 (2);
PH Occ Gbk: s2.2; s2.2
ACQUIRING .....................................7
7465.1 Hbk: s3-5 (2);
PIH Notices: 95-48 (2);
95-48 Tech Asst (2);
ACOP: GL-I
ACQUISITION ................................14
24 CFR 5: .100;
24 CFR 945: .203(e);
24 CFR 964: .305;
7465.1 Hbk: s3-2;
PIH Notices: 99-19;
99-19-App1; 97-12 (2);
95-48 (2);
95-48 Tech Asst (2);
ACTION PLAN .................................8
HUD-50058Instr: p72;
PIH Notices: 02-01 (3);
99-52 (3); 95-58
ACTION PLANS ...............................4
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99-52
ACTIONS ........................................ 76
24 CFR 5: .903; .905;
24 CFR 960: .203;
24 CFR 964: .225 (2);
24 CFR 966: .4(L)(5); .6 (2);
.57 (2);
HUD-50058Instr: p62;
PH Occ Gbk: s1.1 (2); s3.6;
s3.10; s4.6; s9.1;
s12.2 (2); s12.7; s13.2;
s17.2 (3); s17.6 (4);
Ap1-231; Ap1-233;
Ap1-238 (2); Ap3-250;
Ap3-259; Ap3-275; Ap4-290;
Ap5-308 (2);
7465.7 Gbk: s3-7; ApB Q20;
PIH Notices: 03-11; 03-05;
02-21 (2); 01-40;
01-20 (2); 01-05; 00-35;
00-11; 00-11A; 99-31 (5);
99-19 (3); 99-19-App1;
95-48 (2);
95-48 Tech Asst (2);
94-67 (3);
ACOP: 2B; 10; 13E;
13F (2); 14C; PI-I (2);
PI-I
ACTIVE DUTY .............................. 11
HUD-50058Instr: p26;
PH Occ Gbk: Ap8-348;
PIH Notices: 03-05 (4);
01-40 (4);
ACOP: 7E
ACTIVE-DUTY ................................ 2
7465.1 Hbk: s5-4; s5-4
ACTIVE-DUTY MILITARY ........... 2
7465.1 Hbk: s5-4; s5-4
ACTIVITIES ................................. 361
24 CFR 5: .603 (2); .615;
.661;
24 CFR 945: .105;
24 CFR 960: .505 (2);
.601 (3); .603 (2);
.605 (4); .607 (2);
.609 (2);
24 CFR 964: .7 (4); .12;
.16; .18 (7); .105; .115;
.150 (4); .200; .205 (4);
.220; .225 (2); .305 (4);
.315;
24 CFR 966: .4(b); .4(d) (2);
HUD-50058Instr: p15; p17;
p71 (2); p73 (2); p75 (2);
PH Occ Gbk: Int Pt1; s1.0;
s1.1 (5); s1.2 (5); s3.4;
s3.10 (2); s4.2; s4.6;
s6.1; s11.4 (2); s12.2;
s13.0; s13.5; s15.0;
s15.1 (3); s15.2 (2);
s15.3 (2); s15.4; s15.6;
s15.7; s17.1; s17.2;
s17.3; s17.6 (7); Ap1-230;
Ap1-232 (5); Ap1-233;
Ap1-234; Ap1-235; Ap1-237;
Ap2-238; Ap2-240;
Ap2-241 (4); Ap3-249;
Ap3-251; Ap4-287 (2);
Ap4-289; Ap4-290;
Ap6-309 (3); Ap6-310 (2);
Ap8-369; Ap8-382; Ap8-383;
Ap8-385; Ap8-386; Ap8-389;
Ap8-395;
7465.1 Hbk: s1-3; s2-3;
s4-2;
PIH Notices: 03-17 (3);
02-01 (25); 01-15 (2);
01-05; 00-11 (4);
00-11A (4); 99-52 (24);
99-31 (3); 99-19;
99-19-App3; 95-48 (70);
95-48 Tech Asst (66);
ACOP: 1E; 2G; 4Intro; 4C;
6Q (2); 8E; 9Intro; 13E;
GL-II (3); GL-II
ACTIVITY .................................... 390
24 CFR 5: .100 (4); .661 (2);
.903 (5); .905;
24 CFR 960: .102 (2);
.203 (2); .204 (6);
.205 (2); .601; .607;
24 CFR 964: .305;
24 CFR 966: .2 (2); .4(f) (4);
.4(L)(2); .4(L)(3) (4);
.4(L)(5) (13); .51 (3);
.55(g) (2);
HUD-50058: p xvii;
HUD-50058Instr: p3 (2); p28;
p62; p71;
PH Occ Gbk: Int App; s1.1 (2);
s2.2 (6); s3.8; s4.1;
s4.2; s4.6 (10); s4.8 (3);
s4.9; s6.9; s7.6 (2);
s7.7 (6); s11.6; s15.3;
s15.6 (2); s15.9; s16.3;
s17.1; s17.2; s17.5;
s17.6 (30); s18.1 (3);
s18.3; s19.3 (2); s19.5;
Ap1-227 (2); Ap1-231 (3);
Ap1-232 (2); Ap1-236;
Ap1-238; Ap2-238; Ap2-239;
Ap2-240 (2); Ap2-242 (2);
Ap2-243; Ap2-244 (3);
Ap2-245 (2); Ap3-258 (3);
Ap3-259 (5); Ap3-260 (2);
Ap3-261 (2); Ap3-270;
Ap3-275 (2); Ap4-293 (4);
Ap4-296 (3); Ap4-297 (6);
Ap5-303; Ap5-304 (2);
Ap6-309; Ap6-310 (2);
Ap6-312; Ap8-320;
Ap8-323 (2); Ap8-369;
Ap8-379 (2); Ap8-380 (2);
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Ap8-381 (2); Ap8-382;
Ap8-385 (2); Ap8-386 (2);
Ap8-388 (3); Ap8-389 (3);
Ap8-391 (2);
7465.1 Hbk: s3-4; s4-1;
App3 (3);
PIH Notices: 03-17 (2);
03-11 (7); 02-09 (4);
02-01 (5); 00-11A (4);
99-52 (5); 99-19;
99-19-App3; 95-48 (33);
95-48 Tech Asst (33);
ACOP: 1K; 2E (2); 2F (32);
2G (5); 3B; 3D; 7J; 8D;
8E; 11G; 12B (4);
12C (9); 13C (4);
GL-II (3); PI-E; PI-E
ACTUALLY ....................................48
24 CFR 5: .214; .303; .615;
HUD-50058: p xiv;
HUD-50058Instr: p16 (2); p57;
p73;
HUD-9886: p2;
PH Occ Gbk: s1.2 (5); s2.2;
s5.4; s6.7; s6.12; s8.2;
s8.3; s10.2 (2); s10.9;
s12.2; s17.6; Ap3-263;
Ap8-341;
7465.1 Hbk: s6-1;
PIH Notices: 95-48 (6);
95-48 Tech Asst (6);
ACOP: 3F; 4C (3); 4-I; 6Q;
11D; GL-II
ADAPT ...............................................1
ACOP: 2G
ADAPTABILITY ...............................3
PH Occ Gbk: Ap1-232; Ap2-238;
ACOP: GL-II
ADAPTABLE ..................................25
PH Occ Gbk: s1.1; s3.1 (2);
s3.6; s6.9; s8.7 (2);
Ap2-238; Ap3-247; Ap3-249;
Ap3-252; Ap3-266;
PIH Notices: 02-01 (5);
99-52 (5);
ACOP: 4O; 9E; GL-II
ADAPTATIONS ................................1
PH Occ Gbk: Ap8-341
ADAPTED .........................................7
PH Occ Gbk: s1.1; s3.0; s8.7;
Ap2-238;
7465.1 Hbk: s5-2;
PIH Notices: 95-48;
95-48 Tech Asst
ADDED TO THE HOUSEHOLD .....2
PH Occ Gbk: s12.2;
ACOP: 9D
ADDENDA ........................................2
PH Occ Gbk: s4.10;
ACOP: 6Intro
ADDENDUM ...................................42
HUD-50058: p2; p16 (3);
p xvi (3); p xvii;
HUD-50058Instr: p ii; p1;
p2 (3); p9; p11 (3);
p13 (3); p59 (7); p60 (2);
p77;
PH Occ Gbk: s17.2 (3); s17.6;
Ap1-233; Ap4-299 (2);
Ap4-301; Ap4-302; Ap7-317;
ACOP: 9K; PI-Intro
ADEQUATE POOL ...........................3
PIH Notices: 02-01; 99-52;
ACOP: 4Intro
ADEQUATE RETURN .....................1
24 CFR 5: .661
ADJUST ...........................................19
24 CFR 5: .318;
24 CFR 960: .253;
HUD-50058: p viii;
HUD-50058Instr: p37;
PH Occ Gbk: Int Pt4; s10.4;
s10.5; s10.6; s13.1 (3);
s14.3; s16.2; Ap3-277;
7465.1 Hbk: s6-1;
7465.7 Gbk: s3-7;
PIH Notices: 95-48;
95-48 Tech Asst;
ACOP: 7F
ADJUSTED ....................................144
24 CFR 5: .601 (2); .603 (3);
.611 (3); .628 (2); .659;
24 CFR 960: .259;
HUD-50058: p7; p vii;
p8 (3); p viii (6); p13;
p xiii (2); p15; p xv (2);
p xvii;
HUD-50058Instr: p36 (2);
p37 (10); p53 (2); p54;
p58 (3); p62; p65 (3);
p66 (6); p67; p70;
p74 (2);
PH Occ Gbk: Int Pt3 (2); s2.1;
s7.5; s10.0 (3); s10.2 (2);
s10.3 (7); s10.4 (14);
s10.6; s12.2 (4); s12.4;
s13.1; s14.0; Ap1-230 (3);
Ap2-242; Ap2-244; Ap3-248;
Ap3-272; Ap3-277 (2);
Ap3-281 (2); Ap3-283;
Ap4-287; Ap4-290; Ap8-318;
Ap8-337; Ap8-338 (2);
Ap8-339 (5);
7465.1 Hbk: s3-1 (4); s4-2;
PIH Notices: 02-21 (3); 02-01;
01-15 (5); 01-11; 99-52;
ACOP: 6Intro; 6A; 6B;
GL-I; GL-II
ADJUSTED INCOME .....................57
24 CFR 5: .601 (2); .603 (2);
.611 (3); .659;
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24 CFR 960: .259;
HUD-50058Instr: p65; p70;
PH Occ Gbk: Int Pt3 (2);
s10.0 (2); s10.2 (2);
s10.3 (7); s10.4 (7);
s12.2 (2); s13.1;
Ap1-230 (2); Ap2-242;
Ap3-248; Ap3-281; Ap4-290;
Ap8-318; Ap8-337;
Ap8-338 (2); Ap8-339 (2);
7465.1 Hbk: s3-1; s4-2;
PIH Notices: 02-01; 01-15 (4);
99-52;
ACOP: 6Intro; 6B; GL-I
ADJUSTED INCOMES .................... 1
PH Occ Gbk: s10.4
ADJUSTING ..................................... 4
24 CFR 945: .203(f);
PH Occ Gbk: s7.4; Ap3-274;
ACOP: 8E
ADJUSTMENT ............................... 49
24 CFR 5: .609;
HUD-50058: p2; p xii;
HUD-50058Instr: p1; p9; p10;
p11 (3); p50; p77;
PH Occ Gbk: s1.2; s10.1;
s13.2; s13.3 (2);
s14.3 (3); s17.6; Ap3-267;
Ap3-273; Ap3-274;
Ap3-275 (4); Ap3-281;
Ap4-290 (3);
7465.1 Hbk: s6-1;
7465.7 Gbk: s3-7; ApB Q43;
AppH (4);
PIH Notices: 01-09B;
95-48 (2);
95-48 Tech Asst (2);
ACOP: 6K; 9C; 11B;
11C (2); 11F
ADJUSTMENTS ............................. 48
24 CFR 5: .603 (3);
24 CFR 960: .257;
HUD-50058Instr: p1; p71;
p73; p76;
PH Occ Gbk: Int Pt4 (2);
s10.5; s12.2; s13; s13.0;
s13.2; s13.3; s13.4;
s17.5; Ap2-242; Ap2-245;
Ap3-247 (3); Ap3-248;
Ap3-274 (3); Ap3-275;
Ap3-277; Ap4-290;
7465.1 Hbk: App1 (2);
PIH Notices: 02-01; 01-27 (3);
01-09 (2); 99-52; 94-67;
ACOP: 11C (4); GL-I;
GL-II (2); GL-II
ADJUSTS .......................................... 1
ACOP: GL-II
ADMINISTER ................................ 38
24 CFR 5: .524; .901 (2);
24 CFR 960: .103; .605;
24 CFR 964: .425;
HUD-50058Instr: p2 (2); p5;
p73; p74;
HUD-903: p3;
HUD-903-1: p6;
PH Occ Gbk: s1.1; s1.2;
s3.0; s10.9; s14.0;
s15.1 (2); Ap1-231;
Ap1-233; Ap1-236; Ap3-253;
PIH Notices: 03-11; 02-01;
01-15; 00-52; 00-36;
99-52; 95-48 (3);
95-48 Tech Asst;
ACOP: 4A; GL-II (2); GL-II
ADMINISTERED ........................... 27
24 CFR 5: .300; .306; .380;
.504 (3); .516;
24 CFR 960: .601; .605;
.607;
24 CFR 964: .205;
HUD-50058Instr: p75;
PH Occ Gbk: Int Pt4; s3.4;
Ap1-237; Ap3-263; Ap3-270;
Ap8-341;
7465.7 Gbk: s10-3;
PIH Notices: 03-17; 02-01 (2);
01-15; 99-52 (2);
ACOP: 2F; GL-I
ADMINISTERING ......................... 41
24 CFR 5: .100; .504 (3);
.617; .902;
24 CFR 945: .205(c);
24 CFR 960: .255; .601;
HUD-50058: p16;
HUD-50058Instr: p59 (5);
PH Occ Gbk: Int Pt3; s6.9;
s10.9; s15.1 (2); Ap3-266;
Ap3-279;
7465.1 Hbk: s5-3;
7465.7 Gbk: CovLtr; s2-1 (2);
s10-8;
PIH Notices: 03-17; 03-05;
02-21; 02-09; 01-43;
01-40; 01-20; 01-11;
00-52; 00-11; 00-11A;
97-12;
ACOP: GL-II; GL-III
ADMINISTERS .............................. 16
24 CFR 5: .603; .903;
.905 (2);
24 CFR 960: .605;
24 CFR 964: .3; .405;
.425 (2);
HUD-50058Instr: p7 (2);
PH Occ Gbk: s10.9;
PIH Notices: 98-44; 97-12;
95-48; 95-48 Tech Asst
ADMINISTRATION .................... 101
24 CFR 5: .100; .214 (5);
.659 (2);
24 CFR 945: .203(f);
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24 CFR 960: .103; .259 (2);
.605 (2);
24 CFR 964: .430;
HUD-50058: p i; p iii; p iv;
p15; p xv (3);
HUD-50058Instr: p3; p16;
p29; p43; p58 (4);
p70 (2); p71; p75 (3);
HUD-9886: p1 (2);
PH Occ Gbk: Int; Int Pt1;
Int Pt2; Int Pt3; Int App;
s1.2; s3; s6.9 (2);
s7.0 (2); s10.1; s10.3;
s15.0; s15.1; Ap1-227;
Ap1-237; Ap3-257; Ap3-280;
Ap8-320 (2); Ap8-322;
Ap8-323; Ap8-327; Ap8-359;
7465.7 Gbk: AppB;
PIH Notices: 01-15; 00-11 (2);
00-11A; 99-31 (3);
99-11 (2); 95-48 (6);
95-48 Tech Asst (4);
94-67 (10);
ACOP: 1Intro (2); 2C; 2F;
7H; 7-I (2); GL-I
ADMINISTRATIVE ......................146
24 CFR 5: .100; .216 (7);
.218; .230; .232; .234;
.903 (2); .905;
24 CFR 960: .205;
24 CFR 964: .18; .225 (2);
.230; .310; .350;
24 CFR 966: .4(L)(3);
.4(L)(4) (3); .51 (2);
HUD-50058: p x; p xi;
p xiii; p xiv;
HUD-50058Instr: p19; p42;
p46; p53; p56; p70 (2);
PH Occ Gbk: s1.1 (2);
s1.2 (2); s4.10; s6.8;
s6.9; s11.1; s16.1;
s17.6 (2); s18.0; Ap1-227;
Ap1-232 (2); Ap3-250;
Ap3-251; Ap3-253;
Ap3-266 (3); Ap3-269 (3);
Ap3-270 (4); Ap3-271;
Ap4-287; Ap7-315;
7465.1 Hbk: s1-1;
7465.7 Gbk: CovLtr; s3-4;
ApB Q20;
PIH Notices: 03-11 (2); 03-05;
02-21 (4); 02-01 (11);
01-40; 01-20; 01-05;
00-52; 00-11A (2);
99-52 (9); 95-58;
95-48 (16);
95-48 Tech Asst (16);
ACOP: 1E; 4-I; 8F;
PI-I (2); PI-I
ADMINISTRATIVE BURDEN ......30
PH Occ Gbk: s1.1; s1.2;
s4.10; s6.9; s11.1;
s16.1; Ap3-250; Ap3-251;
PIH Notices: 02-01 (9);
99-52 (9); 95-48;
95-48 Tech Asst;
ACOP: 1E; 8F
ADMINISTRATIVE BURDENS ....10
PH Occ Gbk: Ap1-232 (2);
PIH Notices: 95-48 (4);
95-48 Tech Asst (3);
95-48 Tech Asst
ADMINISTRATIVE FEE ................10
HUD-50058: p x; p xi; p xiii;
p xiv;
HUD-50058Instr: p42; p46;
p53; p56; p70;
PIH Notices: 02-21
ADMINISTRATIVE FEE RESERVES
............................................................1
PIH Notices: 02-01
ADMINISTRATIVE FEES ...............3
PIH Notices: 02-21 (2); 02-01
ADMINISTRATIVE LAW JUDGE ..2
24 CFR 5: .100;
PH Occ Gbk: Ap1-227
ADMINISTRATIVE PLAN ............10
24 CFR 960: .205;
HUD-50058Instr: p19; p70;
7465.7 Gbk: CovLtr; s3-4;
PIH Notices: 03-05; 02-21;
01-40; 01-20;
ACOP: 4-I
ADMINISTRATIVE REMEDIES .....5
24 CFR 964: .18; .225;
PIH Notices: 95-48;
95-48 Tech Asst;
ACOP: PI-I
ADMINISTRATIVELY ....................2
PH Occ Gbk: s1.2;
7465.1 Hbk: s4-4
ADMINISTRATOR .........................23
24 CFR 5: .100; .236;
.661 (9);
PH Occ Gbk: s7.6; Ap3-271;
Ap5-304 (3);
7465.1 Hbk: s1-1 (2);
7465.7 Gbk: s10-3;
PIH Notices: 02-21 (2); 01-15;
00-35
ADMINISTRATORS .......................17
24 CFR 5: .801;
7465.7 Gbk: CovLtr (2);
PIH Notices: 02-01; 01-27;
01-11; 00-45; 00-01;
99-52; 99-11; 98-66;
95-48 (2); 94-67 (2);
ACOP: 4C; 4C
ADMISSION ..................................515
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24 CFR 5: .214; .232; .309;
.318 (2); .508; .512;
.609; .617 (2); .653 (9);
.655 (8); .659; .901 (2);
.903 (8); .905 (3);
24 CFR 945: .103 (2); .203(c);
.303 (2);
24 CFR 960: .102 (2); .200;
.201; .202 (4); .203 (4);
.204 (8); .205 (4);
.206 (9); .208 (2);
.255 (2); .257; .259;
.401; .403;
24 CFR 966: .4(L)(2);
.4(L)(5) (2);
HUD-50058: p i; p2 (2);
p ii; p5 (4); p v (4);
p ix; p x; p xi; p xii;
p xiii; p xiv; p xv;
HUD-50058Instr: p ii; p1;
p9 (17); p10 (4); p11 (3);
p12 (5); p19 (15); p33;
p39; p42; p46; p47;
p50; p56; p58; p70 (3);
p75 (2); p76 (3); p77 (2);
PH Occ Gbk: Int; Int Pt2 (6);
Int App (3); s1.1 (2);
s1.2; s2; s2.0 (3);
s2.1 (2); s2.2 (5); s3.0;
s3.3; s3.4; s3.6 (4);
s3.8; s3.11; s4;
s4.0 (2); s4.2; s4.3;
s4.6 (9); s4.7; s4.8 (11);
s4.9 (2); s4.10 (5);
s6.1 (2); s6.3 (2); s6.6;
s6.7 (2); s6.8; s6.9;
s7.0; s7.1 (2); s7.2;
s7.3; s7.5; s7.6 (2);
s7.7; s7.8; s7.10 (2);
s7.11; s8.8; s10.1;
s10.4 (2); s10.9 (2);
s12.0; s12.1 (2);
s12.2 (2); s12.6; s12.7;
s16.2; s17.5; s17.6;
s19.0 (2); s19.3 (2);
Ap1-231 (4); Ap1-235;
Ap1-236 (4); Ap1-237 (2);
Ap2-238; Ap2-241; Ap2-243;
Ap3-247 (3); Ap3-250 (2);
Ap3-252 (3); Ap3-254 (5);
Ap3-255; Ap3-256 (3);
Ap3-257 (4); Ap3-259;
Ap3-260 (2); Ap3-261 (4);
Ap3-266; Ap3-267; Ap3-280;
Ap4-289; Ap8-318;
Ap8-320 (4); Ap8-322;
Ap8-323 (4); Ap8-325;
Ap8-327; Ap8-342; Ap8-352;
Ap8-362; Ap8-377 (2);
Ap8-381; Ap8-382 (2);
Ap8-383 (3); Ap8-393;
7465.1 Hbk: s1; s1-1 (9);
s1-2 (3); s1-3 (5);
s2-1 (3); s2-3 (3); s3;
s3-2 (4); s3-4 (2);
s3-5 (5); s4-1 (6);
s4-2 (2); s4-3; s4-4 (4);
s5-2 (3); s5-3 (2); s5-4;
s5-5; s5-6; s6; s6-2 (2);
s6-3 (4);
7465.7 Gbk: s3-1; s3-3 (3);
s3-4; s6-1; AppC;
AppF (2);
PIH Notices: 03-11 (10);
02-01 (2); 01-27 (2);
01-15 (2); 00-11A;
99-52 (2); 95-48;
95-48 Tech Asst;
ACOP: 1B; 1C; 1D (2); 1K;
2; 2Intro (2); 2A (2);
2C (3); 2D; 2E (2);
2F (8); 2G (14); 2H; 3;
3A (2); 3E; 3F; 4C;
4H (2); 4J; 4K; 4L (3);
6C (2); 6K; 7A; 7B; 7J;
9C (2); 9G; 11E; 12B (2);
GL-II (5); PI-I
ADMISSION PREFERENCE ........... 2
PH Occ Gbk: s3.3; Ap3-254
ADMISSION PREFERENCES ......... 6
PH Occ Gbk: s3.4; s7.1;
s7.11; s19.0; Ap8-320;
Ap8-323
ADMISSION--INCOME-ELIGIBILITY
........................................................... 1
24 CFR 5: .653
ADMISSIONS ............................... 144
24 CFR 960: .202 (6); .205;
HUD-50058Instr: p4; p12;
PH Occ Gbk: CovLtr; Int (2);
Int Pt2 (4); Int Pt3;
Int Pt4; Int Pt7; Int App;
s1.0 (2); s1.2 (4); s3.0;
s3.6 (5); s3.8 (2); s3.10;
s4.0; s4.1; s4.2 (2);
s5.4; s6.4; s6.5;
s6.7 (4); s6.8 (6); s7.6;
s7.10; s8.0; s8.8; s8.9;
s10.6; s11.0 (3);
s11.3 (4); s11.8; s13.0;
s17.6; s19.3 (2); Ap1-228;
Ap1-231; Ap1-235;
Ap1-236 (3); Ap1-237 (2);
Ap2-244; Ap3-246 (2);
Ap3-247; Ap3-249;
Ap3-255 (2); Ap3-256 (2);
Ap3-264 (3); Ap3-266 (2);
Ap3-269 (5); Ap3-270;
Ap4-287; Ap4-290; Ap4-291;
Ap8-320 (2); Ap8-323;
7465.1 Hbk: s1-3 (3); s3-2;
s3-5;
7465.7 Gbk: CovLtr (2); AppC;
AppD;
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PIH Notices: 03-11 (2);
01-15 (3); 00-11; 97-12;
ACOP: 1Intro; 1B (3);
1C (2); 1E; 1J; 1K; 2F;
4D; 4E; 4H; 4-I (6);
4L; 10; 15; GL-II; PI-I
ADMISSIONS PREFERENCE .........1
PH Occ Gbk: Ap2-244
ADMISSIONS PREFERENCES .......4
PH Occ Gbk: s4.0; s6.5;
ACOP: 4D; 4E
ADMIT .............................................42
24 CFR 5: .318;
24 CFR 960: .204; .205;
PH Occ Gbk: s3.1; s3.10;
s4.10; s6.3; s7.6; s7.11;
s16.2; Ap3-252; Ap3-256;
Ap3-259; Ap8-356;
7465.1 Hbk: s2-1; s3-2 (3);
s3-5 (3); s4-3; s5-3 (4);
s5-5; s6-3 (2); App1 (4);
PIH Notices: 95-48 (2);
95-48 Tech Asst (2);
ACOP: 2A; 2F; 4-I; 4L;
GL-II
ADMITS .............................................3
24 CFR 5: .601;
PH Occ Gbk: Ap3-256;
7465.1 Hbk: s4-3
ADMITTANCE .................................4
PIH Notices: 95-48 (2);
95-48 Tech Asst;
95-48 Tech Asst
ADMITTED .....................................96
24 CFR 5: .324; .630;
24 CFR 960: .202; .203;
.206;
HUD-50058: p ii; p v;
HUD-50058Instr: p12 (2);
p19 (3); p27; p71; p74;
PH Occ Gbk: Int Pt2;
s3.11 (2); s4.6 (2); s6.8;
s7.3 (5); s7.6; s12.0;
s14.1 (2); Ap3-255;
Ap3-256; Ap3-259; Ap3-276;
Ap8-355; Ap8-380; Ap8-382;
Ap8-383; Ap8-386;
Ap8-389 (2);
7465.1 Hbk: s1-2; s2-1;
s2-3 (2); s3-2 (5); s3-3;
s3-4; s4-1; s4-2; s4-3;
s4-4; s5-2 (2); s5-3 (4);
s6; s6-3 (2);
7465.7 Gbk: s3-1 (4); s3-6;
s6-4; ApB Q11; ApB Q35;
AppC (4); AppF (5);
PIH Notices: 02-01 (2);
99-52 (2); 97-12 (2);
95-48; 95-48 Tech Asst;
ACOP: 4B; 4-I; 6R (2); 7E;
GL-II
ADMITTING ...................................17
24 CFR 960: .205;
PH Occ Gbk: s3.6; s4.6;
s4.10; s6.9; s7.7; s10.1;
s16.2; Ap8-381; Ap8-390;
7465.1 Hbk: s3-2 (2); s4-3;
s5-2 (2); s5-3;
ACOP: 4-I
ADOPT .............................................67
24 CFR 5: .611; .655 (7);
.657;
24 CFR 960: .202 (2);
.206 (7); .253; .257 (2);
24 CFR 964: .115; .130;
24 CFR 966: .4(d); .52;
.55(g);
HUD-50058Instr: p34;
PH Occ Gbk: s3.2; s3.4;
s3.6 (3); s5.5; s6.10;
s10.0; s10.6; s13.3;
s17.6; s19.0; s19.4;
Ap1-237; Ap1-239;
7465.1 Hbk: s1-1 (2); s5-1;
s5-3; s5-4 (3); s5-5;
s5-7; s6-3;
7465.7 Gbk: s3-4;
PIH Notices: 03-11 (2);
02-01 (2); 01-15;
99-52 (2); 95-48 (3);
95-48 Tech Asst (3);
ACOP: GL-I
ADOPTED .......................................51
24 CFR 5: .315; .609;
24 CFR 960: .202; .203;
.205 (2);
24 CFR 964: .130; .420;
24 CFR 966: .4(L)(2);
.4(L)(5);
HUD-50058Instr: p31;
PH Occ Gbk: s3.6 (5); s5.4;
s7.6; s8.0; s10.1;
s12.1 (2); s13.1; s15.7;
s16.2; s17.0; s17.3;
s17.6; Ap3-268; Ap3-279;
Ap7-315;
7465.1 Hbk: s5-1 (3); s5-6;
s5-7 (2);
7465.7 Gbk: ApB Q3 (2);
ApB Q44 (2); AppH;
PIH Notices: 02-01; 99-52;
99-31; 95-48;
95-48 Tech Asst;
ACOP: 7E; 9D; 12B; GL-I
ADOPTED CHILD ............................8
24 CFR 5: .609;
HUD-50058Instr: p31;
PH Occ Gbk: s10.1; Ap3-279;
7465.7 Gbk: ApB Q3 (2);
ACOP: 7E; GL-I
ADOPTING .......................................7
24 CFR 5: .655;
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24 CFR 960: .206;
PH Occ Gbk: s3.6; s10.4;
s19.0; s19.4;
PIH Notices: 97-12
ADOPTION ..................................... 38
24 CFR 5: .609;
24 CFR 960: .202; .206;
.253;
24 CFR 966: .3; .4(a); .52;
HUD-50058Instr: p31;
PH Occ Gbk: s2.2 (3); s5.4;
s9.3; s10.1; s10.3;
s11.5; s12.2; s17.0 (2);
s17.1; s17.6; s17.7;
Ap1-238; Ap2-239; Ap3-279;
ACOP: 4B; 5B (2); 7E; 7-I;
10; 11C; 11G (4); 11-I;
GL-I
ADOPTIONS .................................... 3
PH Occ Gbk: Ap3-267; Ap4-287;
ACOP: 9D
ADOPTS ............................................ 9
24 CFR 5: .655;
PH Occ Gbk: s3.6; Ap3-270;
7465.1 Hbk: s5-7;
PIH Notices: 95-48 (2);
95-48 Tech Asst (2);
ACOP: 4C
ADULT .......................................... 193
24 CFR 5: .353 (2); .504;
.508 (6); .902 (2);
.903 (4);
24 CFR 960: .601 (2); .603;
24 CFR 966: .4(j); .4(k);
.53;
HUD-50058: p i; p3 (2);
p4 (2); p7;
HUD-50058Instr: p2 (3);
p14 (4); p15 (4); p17;
p29; p36 (2); p72; p73;
p75;
HUD-9886: p1;
PH Occ Gbk: s2.2; s3.6 (3);
s4.2; s4.7; s6.7; s7.1;
s7.3 (4); s7.7 (2); s8.5;
s9.1 (2); s10.2 (5); s10.9;
s12.2; s12.3; s15.0;
s15.2; s15.7; s15.8;
s17.6 (4); Ap1-228 (2);
Ap2-238 (2); Ap2-240 (3);
Ap2-244; Ap3-256; Ap3-258;
Ap3-259; Ap3-265;
Ap3-267 (2); Ap3-268;
Ap3-272; Ap3-282; Ap4-286;
Ap4-290; Ap4-294 (2);
Ap4-295 (2); Ap5-303;
Ap6-309 (2); Ap6-310 (3);
Ap8-321 (3); Ap8-322;
Ap8-324; Ap8-325 (3);
Ap8-326 (2); Ap8-335 (2);
Ap8-337 (4); Ap8-363;
7465.1 Hbk: s5-1 (2);
7465.7 Gbk: s2-1; s4-4 (3);
s5-1 (3); ApB Q19;
AppC (2); AppD (7);
PIH Notices: 03-17 (3);
03-11 (4); 00-11; 00-11A;
95-48; 95-48 Tech Asst;
ACOP: 1E (2); 2B; 3B;
3D (4); 4S; 5A; 6A;
6B (2); 6N (4); 7D (2);
7-I (4); 7J; 9M (2); 11B;
11C; 11G (6); 11H; 12C;
13E; GL-III
ADULT DAY CARE ........................ 3
PH Occ Gbk: s10.2; s15.2;
Ap6-309
ADULT FAMILY MEMBER ......... 21
HUD-50058Instr: p29;
PH Occ Gbk: s10.2; Ap1-228;
Ap8-321 (2); Ap8-322;
Ap8-325 (3); Ap8-335;
Ap8-337 (2);
ACOP: 6B (2); 7D (2);
7-I (2); 9M; 11C; 11G
ADULT FAMILY MEMBERS ......... 6
PH Occ Gbk: s7.1; s7.7;
s10.2; Ap3-259
ACOP: 1E; 3D
ADULTS ......................................... 71
24 CFR 5: .603; .609;
HUD-50058: p iii; p iv; p v;
p ix; p x; p xi; p xii;
p xiii; p xiv (2);
HUD-50058Instr: p14; p15;
p17 (2); p22; p31;
p34 (2); p36 (2); p40 (2);
p44 (2); p48 (2); p51 (2);
p54 (2); p57 (2); p68;
p69; p71; p72 (2);
PH Occ Gbk: s2.2 (2); s6.4;
s7.7; s10.1; s10.2;
s10.9; s11.1; s12.1;
s12.2 (3); Ap2-240;
Ap3-272; Ap3-278; Ap8-354;
7465.1 Hbk: s5-1 (3);
ACOP: 1J; 2F (2); 5A (3);
5B (2); 7B; 7E; 7-I;
11B; GL-I
ADVANCE NOTICE ........................ 6
24 CFR 964: .420;
PIH Notices: 99-19;
ACOP: 9C; 12A; 13F; 13F
ADVANCE NOTIFICATION .......... 4
24 CFR 966: .4(j) (3);
PH Occ Gbk: Ap4-295
ADVERSE ....................................... 37
24 CFR 5: .236; .703;
24 CFR 945: .303;
24 CFR 964: .130;
24 CFR 966: .4(b) (2);
.4(e) (6); .56;
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PH Occ Gbk: s12.7; s17.6 (6);
Ap4-292 (6); Ap5-306;
PIH Notices: 01-05 (5);
ACOP: 2F; 9M; 13F (2); 13F
ADVERSE ACTION .......................27
24 CFR 966: .4(b) (2);
.4(e) (6);
PH Occ Gbk: s17.6 (6);
Ap4-292 (6);
PIH Notices: 01-05 (4);
ACOP: 2F; 13F; 13F
ADVERSE ACTIONS .......................2
PH Occ Gbk: s12.7;
PIH Notices: 01-05
ADVERSE FINDINGS ......................1
24 CFR 5: .236
ADVERSELY ..................................46
24 CFR 5: .359;
24 CFR 945: .103;
24 CFR 960: .203 (2);
24 CFR 966: .50; .53; .57;
PH Occ Gbk: s3.8 (2);
s4.2 (2); s4.6 (2);
s7.7 (3); s18.0; s18.9;
Ap1-239; Ap2-242 (2);
Ap3-258 (2); Ap3-259 (2);
Ap5-303; Ap5-308; Ap8-381;
Ap8-388;
7465.1 Hbk: s4-1 (2); s4-2;
PIH Notices: 99-19-App1;
95-48; 95-48 Tech Asst;
ACOP: 1B; 2F; 2G (5); 13B;
13E; 13F; 13F
ADVERTISE ......................................4
HUD-903: p1;
HUD-903-1: p2;
PH Occ Gbk: s3.7;
ACOP: 4A
ADVERTISED ...................................2
PIH Notices: 94-67; 94-67
ADVERTISEMENT ..........................4
PH Occ Gbk: s1.1; s3.7 (2);
PIH Notices: 94-67
ADVERTISING ...............................10
24 CFR 964: .30;
HUD-903: p2;
PH Occ Gbk: s1.2 (2); Ap1-233;
Ap1-234;
7465.1 Hbk: s1-3; s2-3;
PIH Notices: 02-01; 99-52
ADVOCATE ......................................7
PH Occ Gbk: s3.7; Ap3-251;
PIH Notices: 02-01; 99-52;
ACOP: 1E; 3C; 3D
ADVOCATES ....................................9
24 CFR 945: .205(b);
PH Occ Gbk: CovLtr; s19.0;
Ap3-265;
PIH Notices: 02-01; 99-52 (3);
97-12
AFDC .................................................6
HUD-50058Instr: p76;
PH Occ Gbk: Ap8-322; Ap8-325;
7465.1 Hbk: s4-3 (2);
ACOP: 7E
AFFECTED RESIDENTS .................1
PIH Notices: 03-17
AFFIDAVIT .......................................2
PH Occ Gbk: s19.2;
ACOP: 7A
AFFIDAVITS .....................................1
PH Occ Gbk: Ap1-235
AFFIRMATIVE ...............................29
24 CFR 5: .655 (2);
24 CFR 964: .30 (2);
24 CFR 966: .53;
PH Occ Gbk: Int Pt1; s1.1 (7);
s1.2 (9); s18.2; Ap3-247;
Ap3-252 (2); Ap5-303;
PIH Notices: 95-58;
ACOP: 8Intro
AFFIRMATIVE FAIR HOUSING
MARKETING PLAN ........................2
24 CFR 5: .655; .655
AFFIRMATIVE MARKETING ........8
PH Occ Gbk: Int Pt1; s1.1;
s1.2 (3); Ap3-247; Ap3-252;
Ap3-252
AFFIRMATIVELY ..........................19
24 CFR 960: .103 (3);
PH Occ Gbk: s1.1 (3);
s1.2 (2); s3.4 (2);
Ap1-236;
PIH Notices: 02-21 (4);
99-19-App1;
ACOP: 4Intro; 4B; 4M
AFFORDABLE HOUSING .............29
24 CFR 5: .518 (14);
PH Occ Gbk: Int Pt7;
s19.0 (2);
7465.7 Gbk: s10-5 (9); s10-6;
PIH Notices: 02-01; 99-52
AFFORDABLE HOUSING ACT ......7
24 CFR 5: .100 (4);
24 CFR 945: .105;
PIH Notices: 01-27; 97-12
AFFORDABLE HOUSING
OPPORTUNITIES .............................1
24 CFR 5: .518
AFRICA .............................................3
HUD-50058Instr: p73;
HUD-903: p2; p2
AFRICAN ..........................................8
HUD-50058: p3; p4;
HUD-50058Instr: p15;
PH Occ Gbk: s1.1 (3); Ap8-321;
Ap8-324
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AFRICAN AMERICAN ................... 8
HUD-50058: p3; p4;
HUD-50058Instr: p15; p73
PH Occ Gbk: s1.1 (3); Ap8-321;
Ap8-324
AFTER SCHOOL ............................. 4
24 CFR 964: .205;
PH Occ Gbk: s10.2; s15.2;
PIH Notices: 01-15
AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAM ......... 1
PH Occ Gbk: s15.2
AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAMS ...... 1
24 CFR 964: .205
AGE ............................................... 321
24 CFR 5: .100; .105;
.216 (8); .230 (3);
.403 (9); .504; .508 (5);
.603 (2); .609; .611;
.655 (3); .902;
24 CFR 945: .105 (3); .301;
24 CFR 960: .205 (2);
.206 (3); .253;
24 CFR 964: .115 (2);
.120 (2); .125; .410;
24 CFR 966: .4(g);
HUD-50058: p3 (6); p iii;
p4 (6); p iv; p vii (4);
HUD-50058Instr: p2 (2);
p14 (5); p15 (4); p16;
p17; p34; p35 (3);
p36 (3); p70 (2); p71 (3);
p74;
HUD-903-1: p2;
HUD-9886: p1 (2); p2 (4);
PH Occ Gbk: Int Pt3; s1.0 (2);
s1.1 (5); s1.2; s2.0;
s2.2 (15); s3.6 (3); s3.11;
s4.8; s5.4 (2); s6.4;
s6.7; s7.1 (2); s7.2 (3);
s7.3 (4); s7.10; s8.5;
s9.5; s10.1 (3); s10.2 (7);
s10.6; s10.9; s12.1 (3);
s12.2 (3); s12.3 (3);
s17.2; s17.6 (2);
Ap1-234 (3); Ap1-235;
Ap2-238; Ap2-239 (4);
Ap2-242 (3); Ap2-244;
Ap3-249; Ap3-252 (2);
Ap3-256; Ap3-257; Ap3-266;
Ap3-267; Ap3-268 (3);
Ap3-269; Ap3-270;
Ap3-272 (6); Ap3-277;
Ap3-278; Ap3-282 (3);
Ap4-290; Ap4-292; Ap4-294;
Ap4-300 (3); Ap6-310;
Ap8-320; Ap8-323 (2);
Ap8-326 (3); Ap8-335 (2);
Ap8-337; Ap8-340; Ap8-345;
Ap8-359; Ap8-363; Ap8-365;
Ap8-369; Ap8-374 (2);
7465.1 Hbk: s1-3 (7); s2-1;
s2-3; s3-4 (5); s3-5;
s4-1; s4-2; s5-2 (2);
s5-7; App3 (2);
7465.7 Gbk: s1-6; s2-1;
s4-3 (3); ApB Q17 (2);
ApB Q18 (2); AppC (6);
AppD (10); AppF (3);
PIH Notices: 03-17; 01-15;
97-12; 95-48;
95-48 Tech Asst;
ACOP: 1D; 2A; 2C; 2F (2);
3B; 3D (2); 4E; 4J; 4S;
5B; 6O (2); 7B; 7D; 7E;
7-I (2); 7K; 9D; 11A;
GL-I (4); GL-II (5); GL-III
AGE 13 .............................................. 4
PH Occ Gbk: s10.2; Ap8-326;
Ap8-335; Ap8-337
AGE 18 ............................................ 28
HUD-9886: p2 (2);
PH Occ Gbk: s7.1; s10.2;
s10.9; s12.2 (2);
s12.3 (2); Ap2-244;
Ap3-268; Ap3-272 (3);
Ap4-300; Ap8-326; Ap8-335;
7465.7 Gbk: ApD (10);
ACOP: 9D
AGE 18 YEARS ................................ 1
PH Occ Gbk: Ap3-272
AGE 6 .............................................. 10
PH Occ Gbk: s2.0; s12.1;
Ap3-252 (2); Ap3-272;
Ap8-320; Ap8-323;
ACOP: 2A; 2C; 11A
AGE 62 ............................................ 17
24 CFR 5: .655 (2);
24 CFR 960: .206 (2);
HUD-50058: p vii (2);
HUD-50058Instr: p34; p35 (3);
PH Occ Gbk: s1.2; s7.3;
Ap8-326;
7465.1 Hbk: s3-4;
7465.7 Gbk: ApB Q17;
ACOP: 6O; 7K
AGE 62 YEARS ................................ 1
PIH Notices: 03-17
AGE DISCRIMINATION ................. 8
24 CFR 5: .105;
24 CFR 945: .301;
PH Occ Gbk: s1.1 (2); Ap3-249;
7465.1 Hbk: s1-3 (2);
ACOP: 1D
AGE DISTINCTIONS ...................... 1
PH Occ Gbk: s1.1
AGE EIGHTEEN .............................. 1
7465.1 Hbk: Ap3
AGE LIMIT ....................................... 1
PH Occ Gbk: s10.2
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AGE LIMITS .....................................1
PH Occ Gbk: s10.2
AGE OF 18 .........................................8
24 CFR 5: .609;
HUD-903-1: p2;
PH Occ Gbk: s1.0; s1.1;
s10.1; s12.1; Ap3-278;
ACOP: GL-I
AGE OF 62 .........................................7
24 CFR 5: .403 (3);
24 CFR 945: .105;
PH Occ Gbk: s2.2 (2); s2.2
AGE SIX ............................................1
HUD-50058Instr: p16
AGENCIES ....................................301
24 CFR 5: .210 (2); .234;
.500; .518; .526 (3);
.613 (2); .615; .617;
.659; .801 (2); .901 (2);
.902; .903;
24 CFR 945: .101; .103;
.203(b); .205(b);
24 CFR 960: .255; .259;
.605;
24 CFR 964: .140; .305;
.425 (2);
24 CFR 966: .50;
HUD-50058Instr: p1; p2;
p3 (2); p5 (2); p7 (2);
p25; p40; p68; p72;
HUD-903: p2; p3;
HUD-903-1: p6;
HUD-9886: p1 (3); p2;
PH Occ Gbk: s1.0; s1.1 (5);
s3.2; s3.7 (2); s4.11;
s6.3 (2); s6.7; s7.0 (6);
s7.2; s7.5; s7.7; s7.11;
s10.9; s15.1 (2); s15.8;
s19.0 (3); s19.2 (2);
s19.5 (2); Ap1-230 (2);
Ap1-238; Ap3-252; Ap3-278;
Ap3-279; Ap4-289; Ap6-310;
Ap6-311; Ap8-322; Ap8-327;
Ap8-359;
7465.1 Hbk: CovLtr; s6;
s6-2 (2);
7465.7 Gbk: CovLtr (5); s1-1;
s1-6; s3-7; s12-2 (2);
AppB; ApB Q1;
PIH Notices: 03-17 (3);
03-11 (8); 03-05 (2);
02-21 (3); 02-12;
02-09 (2); 02-01 (5);
01-43; 01-40 (2);
01-37 (2); 01-27 (2);
01-20; 01-18 (2); 01-17;
01-15 (8); 01-11;
01-09 (3); 01-05;
00-52 (3); 00-51;
00-50 (7); 00-45;
00-36 (2); 00-35 (2);
00-32 (2); 00-31; 00-27;
00-20; 00-19; 00-16;
00-11 (25); 00-11A (4);
00-01 (2); 99-52 (4);
99-50; 99-31 (5); 99-30;
99-21; 99-19 (3); 99-18;
99-11 (2); 98-66 (2);
98-53; 98-44 (3); 98-24;
98-16; 97-12 (3);
95-58 (2); 95-48 (22);
95-48 Tech Asst (18);
94-67 (3);
ACOP: 1F; 7-I (2); 11D;
11G; 14A; GL-II;
PI-A (2); PI-C; PI-D;
PI-E; PI-E
AGENCY .......................................528
24 CFR 5: .100 (3); .214 (5);
.234; .236 (5); .306;
.504; .518; .526; .603;
.609 (3); .613; .615 (22);
.628 (2); .653 (2); .659;
.661; .901; .902 (2);
.903 (19); .905 (8);
24 CFR 945: .103; .105;
24 CFR 960: .102; .200;
.259; .505 (2); .601;
.701; .707;
24 CFR 964: .3; .7 (2);
.405 (2); .410 (3);
.415 (2); .420 (4);
.425 (3); .430 (3);
24 CFR 966: .2;
HUD-50058: p i (2); p2 (2);
p ii (2); p viii (2);
p16 (2); p17;
HUD-50058Instr: p ii; p3 (2);
p7 (4); p25; p28 (4);
p30; p37 (3); p43;
p61 (3); p63 (3); p71 (2);
p72 (4); p74 (4); p75 (4);
p77;
HUD-903: p1; p2;
HUD-903-1: p3 (2); p5;
HUD-9886: p1 (2);
PH Occ Gbk: s1.1 (3);
s2.2 (2); s3.10; s4.6;
s4.10 (2); s7.4; s7.5 (4);
s8.5; s10.1 (4); s10.4;
s10.9 (3); s13.5 (2);
s17.8; s19.0 (3);
Ap1-227 (4); Ap1-228 (4);
Ap1-235; Ap2-240 (2);
Ap3-265; Ap3-269; Ap3-280;
Ap6-312 (2); Ap8-322;
Ap8-327; Ap8-340 (2);
Ap8-342 (2); Ap8-344;
Ap8-345; Ap8-346; Ap8-347;
Ap8-348; Ap8-349; Ap8-350;
Ap8-359 (2); Ap8-360;
Ap8-361; Ap8-363;
Ap8-368 (2); Ap8-373;
Ap8-382 (4); Ap8-383 (3);
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Ap8-384 (3); Ap8-386 (2);
Ap8-389 (2);
7465.1 Hbk: s4-2; s4-3;
s5-6 (2); s6 (11); s6-3;
7465.7 Gbk: s2-1 (3); AppC;
AppE;
PIH Notices: 03-17;
03-11 (10); 02-21 (2);
02-01 (2); 01-43 (2);
01-20 (3); 01-18;
01-15 (5); 01-11 (3);
01-09 (2); 01-09C; 01-05;
00-52; 00-50; 00-45;
00-36 (5); 00-27 (2);
00-11 (10); 00-11A (51);
99-52 (2); 99-50;
99-31 (2); 99-19 (5);
99-19-App1 (2); 99-11 (2);
97-12 (7); 95-58 (2);
95-48 (28);
95-48 Tech Asst (28);
ACOP: 1B; 4C (4); 4H;
4L (3); 4O; 4S; 6J (2);
6Q (2);
AGENCY PLAN ............................. 12
24 CFR 964: .420;
PH Occ Gbk: s19.0;
PIH Notices: 02-01; 00-36;
99-52; 99-19 (2);
ACOP: 4H; 4L (3); 6S
AGENCY PLANS ............................. 7
24 CFR 960: .200;
PH Occ Gbk: s1.1; Ap1-235;
PIH Notices: 00-36 (2); 99-19;
99-19
AGENCYS ........................................ 1
HUD-50058Instr: p71
AGENCY'S ..................................... 19
24 CFR 5: .615 (2);
PH Occ Gbk: s6.4; s10.3;
s13.5 (2); s16.2; s17.6;
Ap8-359;
7465.1 Hbk: s6 (3);
PIH Notices: 03-17; 00-50 (3);
ACOP: 2B; 11D; 11D
AGENCY-WIDE ............................... 4
PH Occ Gbk: s10.5 (2); Ap7-315;
PIH Notices: 00-52
AGENT ............................................ 31
24 CFR 5: .306; .350; .360;
.363 (2); .403;
24 CFR 945: .105;
24 CFR 966: .6;
HUD-50058: p i;
HUD-50058Instr: p15; p32 (2);
p74;
HUD-903-1: p5;
PH Occ Gbk: s10.1 (3); s17.2;
Ap1-233; Ap3-281 (2);
Ap4-295;
PIH Notices: 03-11 (2); 94-67;
ACOP: 4C; 7E (2); 7G;
GL-I; GL-II
AGENT ORANGE ............................ 9
HUD-50058Instr: p32 (2);
PH Occ Gbk: s10.1 (2);
Ap3-281 (2);
ACOP: 7E (2); GL-I
AGENTS ........................................... 9
24 CFR 966: .6;
PH Occ Gbk: s1.1; s17.2;
PIH Notices: 03-11; 02-01 (2);
99-52 (2);
ACOP: 13A
AGGREGATE ................................. 13
24 CFR 5: .518 (4);
HUD-50058Instr: p18;
PH Occ Gbk: s3.6 (2);
7465.7 Gbk: s10-5 (3);
ApB Q33; AppH;
PIH Notices: 00-50
AGGREGATED ................................ 3
PH Occ Gbk: s3.6 (2);
PIH Notices: 95-58
AGREE ............................................ 31
24 CFR 5: .318; .613;
.615 (2);
24 CFR 964: .225;
24 CFR 966: .4(c);
PH Occ Gbk: s5.4; s9.4;
s15.4; s17.2; Ap3-266;
Ap4-301; Ap5-306;
PIH Notices: 03-11; 02-01;
00-36 (2); 00-11A (5);
99-52; 97-12; 95-48;
95-48 Tech Asst;
ACOP: 4O; 5B (2); 9E; 13F
AGREEABLE ................................... 4
24 CFR 5: .353;
24 CFR 964: .18;
PH Occ Gbk: s18.3;
7465.1 Hbk: s6-1
AGREED ......................................... 28
24 CFR 5: .514; .661;
24 CFR 964: .150;
HUD-50058Instr: p73;
PH Occ Gbk: s3.6; Ap4-295;
Ap5-306; Ap8-383;
7465.7 Gbk: s3-6; s9-2;
AppF;
PIH Notices: 03-11 (4);
00-11A (3); 94-67 (5);
ACOP: 8D; 9-I (2); 11D;
13F
AGREED-UPON ............................... 2
24 CFR 964: .225;
ACOP: 9H
AGREEING ....................................... 2
PH Occ Gbk: s5.4; Ap3-263
AGREEMENT .............................. 235
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.363; .630 (2);
24 CFR 960: .607 (4);
24 CFR 964: .7; .18 (4);
.115; .150 (3); .215 (3);
.225 (3); .230; .310 (2);
.335 (3);
24 CFR 966: .4(a); .4(c) (2);
.6 (2);
HUD-50058: p2; p ii (2);
p15 (2); p xv (4);
HUD-50058Instr: p9; p12 (3);
p42; p56; p58 (7); p70;
p73 (3); p74;
PH Occ Gbk: s3.4; s6.11;
s6.12; s7.0 (2); s8.7 (2);
s13.1; s14.1; s15.5;
s15.7; s17.0; s17.1;
s17.2 (8); Ap1-227;
Ap1-228; Ap3-267 (2);
Ap3-276; Ap4-286;
Ap4-287 (3); Ap4-288;
Ap4-289 (2); Ap4-297;
Ap4-300 (3); Ap4-301;
Ap6-310; Ap6-311;
Ap7-317 (2); Ap8-384;
Ap8-385; Ap8-389;
7465.1 Hbk: s4-1; s5-4;
s5-5; s5-6; s6 (7);
7465.7 Gbk: CovLtr (7); s2-1;
s3-2 (2); s7-6 (8);
PIH Notices: 03-17 (2);
02-01 (3); 01-20; 01-15;
00-51; 00-50; 00-11 (6);
00-11A (8); 99-52 (2);
99-50; 98-53 (2); 95-69;
95-48; 95-48 Tech Asst;
94-67 (10);
ACOP: 2E; 4B; 4C (5); 4O;
6A; 6K; 6Q; 6R; 7E (2);
7-I; 7K (4); 8E; 8L;
9Intro; 9E; 9-I; 9L;
10 (9); 11D; 11F (2);
12A; 13A; 13D; 13E (2);
13F; 14B (11); GL-II;
PI-I; PI-I
AGREEMENT TO PAY ....................1
7465.1 Hbk: s4-1
AGREEMENTS ...............................37
24 CFR 5: .234 (3); .613;
24 CFR 964: .18; .350;
24 CFR 966: .6;
PH Occ Gbk: s17.2; Ap1-230;
Ap3-271;
7465.1 Hbk: s6 (2);
PIH Notices: 01-15;
00-11 (10); 00-11A (2);
95-58; 94-67 (2);
ACOP: 6A (2); 6Q; 7H; 11D;
14A; 14B (2); 14B
AGREES ..........................................35
24 CFR 5: .321; .350; .353;
.403 (2);
24 CFR 960: .503;
24 CFR 964: .7 (2);
24 CFR 966: .6;
HUD-50058Instr: p70 (2);
PH Occ Gbk: s5.4; s15.5;
s16.2; s17.6 (3); Ap4-287;
Ap4-288 (2); Ap4-289 (2);
Ap4-290; Ap4-291 (2);
Ap4-295 (2); Ap4-299 (2);
Ap4-301; Ap6-311; Ap7-316;
7465.7 Gbk: s7-6;
ACOP: 5B; 9M
AIDS .................................................51
24 CFR 5: .601 (2); .603;
.617;
HUD-50058: p i (2);
HUD-50058Instr: p15 (2); p74;
PH Occ Gbk: s1.1; s1.2;
s2.2; Ap1-232; Ap2-238;
Ap3-282; Ap8-337;
PIH Notices: 95-48 (15);
95-48 Tech Asst (15);
ACOP: 6O; GL-I; GL-II (2);
GL-II
AIR CONDITIONER .........................2
PH Occ Gbk: Ap4-301;
ACOP: 9M
AIR CONDITIONERS ......................5
PH Occ Gbk: s14.2; Ap4-288;
Ap4-289; Ap4-301;
PIH Notices: 00-35
AIR CONDITIONING .......................1
ACOP: 12B
AIR QUALITY ..................................1
24 CFR 5: .703
AIR-CONDITIONING ......................2
24 CFR 966: .4(f);
PH Occ Gbk: Ap4-292
AIRPORT ...........................................1
7465.7 Gbk: AppG
ALASKA NATIVE CLAIMS ............5
HUD-50058Instr: p30;
PH Occ Gbk: s10.1; Ap3-280;
ACOP: 7E; GL-I
ALCOHOL .......................................74
24 CFR 5: .403;
24 CFR 960: .203 (3);
.204 (2);
24 CFR 964: .308;
24 CFR 966: .4(f); .4(L)(2);
.4(L)(5) (8);
HUD-50058: p16;
HUD-50058Instr: p61; p74;
HUD-903-1: p2;
PH Occ Gbk: s2.2 (4); s4.1;
s4.6 (4); s7.6 (9); s17.1;
s17.6 (6); Ap1-231 (3);
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Ap1-238; Ap2-240 (2);
Ap3-260 (2); Ap8-320;
7465.1 Hbk: s4-1; s4-3;
PIH Notices: 03-11; 95-48 (2);
95-48 Tech Asst (2);
ACOP: 2E; 2F (2); 2G (5);
12B; 12C (2); GL-II
ALCOHOL ABUSE ........................ 24
24 CFR 964: .308;
24 CFR 966: .4(L)(2);
.4(L)(5) (2);
PH Occ Gbk: s4.1; s4.6;
s7.6 (4); s17.1; s17.6 (4);
Ap1-231; Ap1-238; Ap8-320;
PIH Notices: 03-11;
ACOP: 2E; 2F; 2G (2); 12C
ALCOHOL ABUSERS ..................... 5
24 CFR 966: .4(L)(5) (2);
PH Occ Gbk: s17.6; Ap1-231;
Ap1-231
ALCOHOL REHABILITATION
PROGRAM ....................................... 5
24 CFR 960: .203 (2);
24 CFR 966: .4(L)(5) (2);
ACOP: 2G
ALCOHOLIC .................................... 2
PH Occ Gbk: s7.6; Ap2-240
ALCOHOLISM ............................... 10
PH Occ Gbk: s1.2; s7.6 (2);
Ap2-241;
PIH Notices: 95-48 (3);
95-48 Tech Asst (2);
95-48 Tech Asst
ALCOHOL-RELATED .................... 1
PH Occ Gbk: s4.6
ALIEN ............................................. 67
24 CFR 5: .512;
HUD-50058: p3 (6); p iii;
p4 (6); p iv;
HUD-50058Instr: p15 (2);
p16 (12);
PH Occ Gbk: s2.2; s7.3 (3);
s19.5;
7465.1 Hbk: s3-6 (2);
7465.7 Gbk: CovLtr (2); s1-6;
s3-7; s4-4; s6-4 (3);
s7-2 (2); AppD (16);
AppF (2);
PIH Notices: 01-27;
ACOP: 7-I; 7-I
ALIEN REGISTRATION ............... 37
HUD-50058: p3 (6); p iii;
p4 (6); p iv;
HUD-50058Instr: p15 (2);
p16 (11);
PH Occ Gbk: s7.3 (2);
7465.7 Gbk: s3-7; s4-4;
s6-4 (2); s7-2; ApF (2);
ACOP: 7-I
ALIEN STATUS ............................... 3
PH Occ Gbk: s19.5;
7465.1 Hbk: s3-6; s3-6
ALIENS ............................................. 3
7465.1 Hbk: s3-6;
7465.7 Gbk: s6-4; AppF
ALIMONY ...................................... 10
24 CFR 5: .609;
PH Occ Gbk: s10.1; Ap3-278;
Ap8-329;
ACOP: 6J (4); 7E; GL-I
ALJ .................................................... 1
24 CFR 5: .100
ALL FAMILIES .............................. 33
24 CFR 5: .514;
24 CFR 945: .203(c);
24 CFR 960: .205; .257;
PH Occ Gbk: s7.6; s10.3;
s10.4 (3); Ap3-282;
Ap8-352 (2);
7465.1 Hbk: s1-3; s4-3;
PIH Notices: 00-36;
00-11A (5);
ACOP: 1E; 3Intro; 4L (2);
6A (3); 6S; 11Intro; 11B;
13A; GL-I; PI-A
ALL FAMILY ................................... 1
ACOP: PI-B
ALL FAMILY MEMBERS ............ 61
24 CFR 5: .520 (3);
HUD-50058: p ix; p x; p xi;
p xii; p xiii; p xiv;
HUD-50058Instr: p10; p34;
p40; p48; p51; p54;
p57; p62; p69;
PH Occ Gbk: s2.2 (3);
s7.11 (2); s12.2 (2);
Ap3-254; Ap4-290; Ap8-320;
Ap8-322; Ap8-323; Ap8-325;
Ap8-341; Ap8-343; Ap8-344;
Ap8-345; Ap8-346; Ap8-347;
Ap8-349; Ap8-350; Ap8-354;
Ap8-380 (2);
7465.7 Gbk: s11-2; s11-3;
s11-4; s11-5; ApB Q8 (2);
ApB Q26; ApB Q36;
ACOP: 2A; 2C; 3E; 5B;
6B; 6O; 7D (2); 7-I (2);
11B
ALLEGATION ................................ 10
PH Occ Gbk: s5.0;
7465.7 Gbk: s3-7;
ACOP: PI-A; PI-C; PI-D (3);
PI-E (2); PI-E
ALLEGATIONS ............................. 11
PH Occ Gbk: s13.5; s18.3;
PIH Notices: 02-21; 01-20;
95-48; 95-48 Tech Asst;
ACOP: PI-D (4); PI-E
ALLEGE ............................................ 2
PH Occ Gbk: s17.6;
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ACOP: PI-A
ALLEGED .......................................21
24 CFR 5: .353 (3); .903;
HUD-903-1: p3 (2); p5 (3);
PIH Notices: 95-48 (6);
95-48 Tech Asst (5);
95-48 Tech Asst
ALLEGEDLY ....................................1
7465.7 Gbk: s3-7
ALLEGIANCE ...................................4
24 CFR 5: .504;
HUD-50058Instr: p74;
7465.7 Gbk: s2-1;
ACOP: GL-III
ALLEGING ........................................9
24 CFR 5: .360;
PIH Notices: 02-21 (2);
01-20 (2); 95-48 (2);
95-48 Tech Asst;
95-48 Tech Asst
ALLERGENS .....................................1
PH Occ Gbk: Int Pt4
ALLERGIES ......................................1
PH Occ Gbk: s16.3
ALLOCATE .......................................3
HUD-50058Instr: p72;
PIH Notices: 00-36; 00-36
ALLOCATED ....................................5
PIH Notices: 02-01; 99-52;
94-67;
ACOP: 5A; 5A
ALLOCATION ................................60
24 CFR 945: .103; .105 (2);
.201 (3); .203;
.203(a) (3); .203(b) (6);
.203(c) (7); .203(d) (3);
.203(e) (6); .203(f) (9);
.205(a) (3); .205(c); .303;
PIH Notices: 02-01 (3);
99-52 (3); 97-12 (4);
94-67;
ACOP: 4J; 4K; GL-II
ALLOCATION PLAN .....................40
24 CFR 945: .103; .105 (2);
.201 (3); .203; .203(a);
.203(b) (4); .203(c) (7);
.203(d) (2); .203(e) (5);
.203(f) (6); .205(a) (3);
.205(c); .303;
ACOP: 4J; 4K; GL-II
ALLOCATION PLAN
APPLICATIONS ...............................2
PIH Notices: 02-01; 99-52
ALLOCATION PLAN APPROVAL .2
24 CFR 945: .203(d); .203(e)
ALLOCATION PLAN BASED .........1
24 CFR 945: .203(f)
ALLOCATION PLANS ....................8
PIH Notices: 02-01 (2);
99-52 (2); 97-12 (3); 97-12
ALLOTMENT ...................................4
PH Occ Gbk: s10.1 (2); Ap3-280;
ACOP: GL-I
ALLOW ...........................................99
24 CFR 5: .508; .609 (2);
.801 (2);
24 CFR 945: .203(b); .205(b);
24 CFR 960: .253; .505;
24 CFR 964: .115;
24 CFR 966: .4(L)(5);
HUD-50058Instr: p1; p14;
p50 (2);
HUD-9886: p2;
PH Occ Gbk: s1.1; s1.2 (2);
s2.2; s4.3; s4.8; s4.11;
s8.2; s10.1 (2); s10.2;
s10.6; s11.1; s16.1;
s17.2 (2); s17.6 (2);
Ap3-268; Ap3-279; Ap4-290;
Ap4-293; Ap6-310; Ap8-380;
7465.1 Hbk: s2-3; s3-5 (2);
s5-1 (5); s5-3; s5-4;
7465.7 Gbk: s6-2; AppD;
PIH Notices: 03-11; 03-05;
02-01 (4); 01-40; 01-20;
01-15; 01-11; 00-52;
00-27; 00-11; 99-52 (4);
99-19 (2); 99-11; 97-12;
95-48 (5);
95-48 Tech Asst (5); 94-67;
ACOP: 2B; 4A; 5B; 6Intro;
6B; 7D; 8E; 9D (2);
9M (4); 13F; GL-I
ALLOWABILITY .............................1
ACOP: 6N
ALLOWABLE .................................21
HUD-50058: p6; p7;
HUD-50058Instr: p34 (2); p35;
PIH Notices: 01-15 (2);
01-09A;
ACOP: 6Intro; 6B (5); 6O;
6S; 7Intro; 7F; 7H;
GL-I; GL-I
ALLOWABLE DEDUCTIONS ........7
PIH Notices: 01-15;
ACOP: 6Intro; 6B (3);
7Intro; 7H
ALLOWABLE EXCLUSIONS .........1
PIH Notices: 01-15
ALLOWANCE ...............................330
24 CFR 5: .520; .603 (2);
.609 (3); .632; .634;
24 CFR 960: .102; .253 (3);
24 CFR 964: .7;
24 CFR 966: .4(b);
HUD-50058: p7 (5); p vii (12);
p9 (2); p ix (6); p10 (2);
p x (4); p11 (2); p xi (5);
p12 (2); p xii (5); p13;
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p xiii (2); p14 (3);
p xiv (3); p15; p xv (3);
HUD-50058Instr: p25; p32;
p34 (2); p35 (10); p36 (9);
p39 (7); p40 (7); p41;
p43 (9); p44 (9); p45;
p47 (9); p48; p49 (9);
p50 (4); p51 (5); p52 (8);
p54 (5); p56 (6); p58 (6);
p72; p76 (3);
PH Occ Gbk: Int Pt3; s1.2;
s2.2; s10.1 (4); s10.2 (6);
s10.5; s10.6; s10.7 (5);
s10.8; s10.9 (2); s13.1;
s14.0 (5); s14.1 (9);
s14.2; s14.3 (9);
s14.4 (2); s14.5 (3);
s17.6 (3); Ap1-230;
Ap2-242; Ap2-244 (2);
Ap2-245; Ap3-271;
Ap3-276 (5); Ap3-277;
Ap3-278 (2); Ap3-283 (3);
Ap4-286; Ap4-289 (7);
Ap4-301; Ap8-318 (2);
Ap8-335 (3); Ap8-336 (2);
Ap8-337 (3); Ap8-338 (2);
Ap8-339 (3); Ap8-347 (2);
Ap8-348; Ap8-370;
7465.1 Hbk: s6-1 (2); s6-2;
7465.7 Gbk: s11-2;
ApB Q38 (2); AppH;
PIH Notices: 01-09 (2);
01-09B (17);
ACOP: 4C; 6B (2); 6N;
6R (4); 7E (2); GL-I (2);
GL-II (4); GL-II
ALLOWANCES .............................. 86
24 CFR 5: .609 (2);
24 CFR 966: .4(c);
HUD-50058: p7; p vii (2);
HUD-50058Instr: p26 (4); p32;
p36 (4);
PH Occ Gbk: s3.8; s4.2;
s4.6 (2); s7.8 (2);
s10.1 (5); s10.4; s10.5;
s10.7 (3); s12.2;
s14.0 (3); s14.3 (8);
s17.7; Ap1-230; Ap3-260;
Ap3-272; Ap3-276 (2);
Ap3-278 (2); Ap3-280;
Ap3-281; Ap4-301; Ap8-318;
Ap8-335; Ap8-336;
Ap8-338 (2);
PIH Notices: 01-09 (3);
01-09B;
ACOP: 1K; 2G; 3D; 6B;
6R; 7D; 7E; 11Intro (2);
11B (2); 11C; 11G;
GL-I (4); GL-II (5); GL-II
ALLOWED ..................................... 35
24 CFR 5: .318 (4); .801;
24 CFR 964: .415; .430;
24 CFR 966: .4(m); .56;
PH Occ Gbk: s3.7; s7.2;
s10.3; s10.5; s16.2 (2);
s17.2 (2); Ap1-237;
Ap4-293; Ap4-297; Ap5-306;
PIH Notices: 02-01; 99-52;
95-48; 95-48 Tech Asst;
ACOP: 1E; 3D; 6N (2); 7A;
9M; 10; 12B; 13F; 13F
ALLOWING .................................... 11
PH Occ Gbk: s17.2; s17.6;
s19.1; s19.5; Ap4-287;
7465.1 Hbk: s6-1;
7465.7 Gbk: s10-7;
PIH Notices: 03-05; 01-40;
00-52;
ACOP: 9D
ALLOWS ........................................ 25
24 CFR 966: .4(L)(3);
HUD-50058: p ii; p v;
HUD-50058Instr: p1; p10;
p11; p17; p35;
PH Occ Gbk: s1.1; s1.2;
s3.4; s9.5; s17.6; s19.5;
7465.1 Hbk: s5-4;
PIH Notices: 03-17; 02-01;
99-52; 99-19 (3);
99-19-App1; 95-48;
95-48 Tech Asst;
ACOP: 7D
ALONE ............................................ 28
24 CFR 5: .609;
24 CFR 945: .105 (2);
HUD-50058Instr: p15; p31;
p75 (2);
PH Occ Gbk: s4.10; s8.5;
s10.1; Ap3-260; Ap3-265;
Ap3-271; Ap3-278; Ap8-385;
Ap8-386 (2);
7465.1 Hbk: s3-5 (2); s6-1;
7465.7 Gbk: ApB Q45;
PIH Notices: 95-48;
95-48 Tech Asst;
ACOP: 4S; 7E; GL-I; GL-II;
GL-II
ALTER ............................................ 11
PH Occ Gbk: s2.2; s4.10;
s10.5; s16.1; Ap3-258;
7465.7 Gbk: ApB Q28;
PIH Notices: 02-01; 99-52;
95-48; 95-48 Tech Asst;
ACOP: 2G
ALTERATION ................................ 74
HUD-50058Instr: p70;
PH Occ Gbk: s1.1; s1.2 (2);
s4.10; Ap1-232 (2);
Ap2-238 (2); Ap2-244 (2);
Ap3-250; Ap3-251;
PIH Notices: 02-01 (13);
99-52 (13); 95-48 (17);
95-48 Tech Asst (17);
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ACOP: GL-II
ALTERATIONS ............................119
PH Occ Gbk: Ap1-232 (2);
Ap3-250 (6); Ap4-293;
Ap8-340; Ap8-378;
PIH Notices: 02-01 (16);
99-52 (16); 95-48 (39);
95-48 Tech Asst (36);
95-48 Tech Asst
ALTERED ........................................26
PH Occ Gbk: Ap1-232; Ap2-238;
PIH Notices: 02-01 (5);
99-52 (5); 95-48 (6);
95-48 Tech Asst (6);
ACOP: GL-II; PI-I
ALTERED DOCUMENTS ................1
ACOP: PI-I
ALTERING ........................................6
PH Occ Gbk: Ap1-232;
Ap3-250 (2); Ap3-251;
Ap8-340;
7465.7 Gbk: s2-1
ALTERNATE ..................................10
24 CFR 5: .359;
PH Occ Gbk: s3.10; s3.11;
s18.10; Ap3-251; Ap8-389;
PIH Notices: 95-48 (2);
95-48 Tech Asst;
95-48 Tech Asst
ALTERNATING ................................1
PH Occ Gbk: s17.6
ALTERNATIVE ..............................58
24 CFR 5: .214;
24 CFR 960: .255;
24 CFR 966: .4(a) (3);
PH Occ Gbk: s3.7; s3.10 (2);
s4.5; s4.11; s6.9; s7.0;
s7.7; s10.9; s17.6 (3);
Ap3-251 (3); Ap4-294 (3);
7465.1 Hbk: s4-1;
PIH Notices: 02-01 (2); 01-11;
99-52 (2); 97-12;
95-48 (14);
95-48 Tech Asst (13);
95-48 Tech Asst
ALTERNATIVE METHOD ..............1
PH Occ Gbk: s7.7
ALTERNATIVE METHODS ............3
PH Occ Gbk: s7.0;
PIH Notices: 95-48;
95-48 Tech Asst
ALTERNATIVELY ...........................6
24 CFR 964: .415;
HUD-50058Instr: p7;
PIH Notices: 95-48 (2);
95-48 Tech Asst;
95-48 Tech Asst
ALTERNATIVES ............................13
PH Occ Gbk: s19.1; s19.3;
s19.5;
PIH Notices: 02-01 (2);
99-52 (2); 95-48 (3);
95-48 Tech Asst (2);
95-48 Tech Asst
AMEND .............................................7
24 CFR 5: .353;
24 CFR 945: .203(f);
PH Occ Gbk: Ap3-282;
7465.1 Hbk: s5-4;
PIH Notices: 03-17; 97-12;
94-67
AMENDED ......................................57
24 CFR 5: .100 (2); .105 (4);
.312; .324; .380; .500;
.504;
24 CFR 945: .301;
HUD-50058Instr: p3 (2);
HUD-9886: p1;
PH Occ Gbk: s4.2; s6.6;
s7.3; Ap1-227; Ap1-233;
Ap3-249; Ap3-273;
7465.1 Hbk: CovLtr; s3-1;
s4-2 (2);
7465.7 Gbk: s1-1; s2-1;
s10-3; AppF;
PIH Notices: 03-17; 03-11;
02-21 (3); 02-09;
01-20 (3); 01-05 (2);
00-27 (3); 99-19;
99-19-App2; 97-12; 95-48;
95-48 Tech Asst; 94-67 (3);
ACOP: 1D (2); 11B; GL-II
AMENDING ......................................2
24 CFR 5: .318;
PH Occ Gbk: Ap3-267
AMENDMENT ................................21
24 CFR 5: .306; .312; .353;
.380;
24 CFR 966: .6;
PH Occ Gbk: s3.4 (2); s3.6;
s17.2; s17.6; Ap3-246;
PIH Notices: 00-36; 98-53;
95-48; 95-48 Tech Asst;
94-67 (4);
ACOP: GL-II; GL-II
AMENDMENTS ..............................22
24 CFR 5: .100;
24 CFR 945: .203(e);
HUD-903: p2; p3;
HUD-9886: p1;
PH Occ Gbk: Ap1-228; Ap1-233;
Ap1-234; Ap3-249; Ap3-250;
7465.1 Hbk: s3-4; s4-2;
App3 (2);
PIH Notices: 01-05 (2); 00-36;
ACOP: 1D (2); 4C; 9C; PI-C
AMENDS ...........................................4
PIH Notices: 01-27; 99-19;
99-19-App1; 99-19-App1
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AMENITIES .................................... 21
24 CFR 5: .100;
24 CFR 960: .253;
HUD-50058: p v (2);
HUD-50058Instr: p20 (3);
p21 (5);
PH Occ Gbk: s3.4; s10.5;
s10.6; Ap1-232; Ap3-277;
PIH Notices: 02-01; 01-27;
99-52;
ACOP: 4B
AMENITY ......................................... 2
PIH Notices: 95-48;
95-48 Tech Asst
AMERICAN INDIAN ....................... 8
HUD-50058: p3; p4;
HUD-50058Instr: p15; p73;
HUD-903: p2;
PH Occ Gbk: s1.1 (2); s1.1
AMERICORPS .................................. 3
PH Occ Gbk: s10.1; Ap3-281;
ACOP: GL-I
AMORTIZATION .......................... 27
24 CFR 5: .609 (2);
HUD-50058: p13 (2);
p xiii (4);
HUD-50058Instr: p25; p53 (7);
p54 (2);
PH Occ Gbk: s10.1 (2);
Ap3-278 (2);
ACOP: 7E; 7F (2); GL-I;
GL-I
AMORTIZE ...................................... 3
HUD-50058: p xiii;
HUD-50058Instr: p53;
ACOP: 7K
AMOUNT DUE ................................ 3
ACOP: 4C; 6K; 7K
AMOUNT OWED ............................. 4
PH Occ Gbk: Ap8-326;
7465.1 Hbk: s4-1;
ACOP: 6A; 6K
AMOUNTS OWED .......................... 4
24 CFR 960: .255;
ACOP: 9G; GL-II; PI-I
ANALYZE ........................................ 4
HUD-50058Instr: p1 (2);
PIH Notices: 95-48;
95-48 Tech Asst
ANALYZED ..................................... 6
PH Occ Gbk: s12.2; Ap3-261;
Ap3-273;
ACOP: 2G; 6F; 11B
ANALYZING .................................... 3
HUD-50058Instr: p22;
PH Occ Gbk: s3.0;
PIH Notices: 00-50
ANIMAL ......................................... 60
24 CFR 5: .303 (2); .306;
.318; .360; .363 (2);
24 CFR 960: .707 (2);
PH Occ Gbk: s1.2 (4);
s10.2 (4); s10.3 (2);
s16.1 (12); s16.2 (2);
Ap1-228; Ap4-293 (3);
Ap7-315;
PIH Notices: 02-01 (2);
99-52 (2);
ACOP: 10 (17); 10
ANIMALS ....................................... 62
24 CFR 5: .303 (7); .306;
.312; .350;
24 CFR 960: .705 (6);
.707 (4);
PH Occ Gbk: s10.2; s16;
s16.1 (13); s16.2 (2);
s16.3; Ap1-228; Ap1-238;
Ap7-315 (2); Ap7-316 (4);
PIH Notices: 02-01; 99-52;
ACOP: 6O; 10 (12); 10
ANIMAL'S ........................................ 1
ACOP: 10
ANNIVERSARY .............................. 7
ACOP: 11B (6); 11B
ANNIVERSARY DATE ................... 6
ACOP: 11B (5); 11B
ANNUAL ...................................... 731
24 CFR 5: .212; .324;
.350 (2); .403; .520 (3);
.601; .603 (11); .609 (8);
.611 (4); .615 (10);
.617 (11); .653; .659 (2);
.801 (2); .902; .905 (2);
24 CFR 945: .105;
24 CFR 960: .102 (2); .201;
.206; .253 (3); .255 (10);
.257; .259 (2); .503 (2);
.505; .600; .707 (2);
24 CFR 964: .3 (2); .7;
.345 (2); .350; .405;
24 CFR 966: .57;
HUD-50058: p2 (5); p ii (2);
p5; p v; p6 (5); p7 (7);
p vii (8); p8 (2);
p viii (3); p ix; p x;
p xi; p xii; p xiii;
p xiv; p xv;
HUD-50058Instr: p1 (4); p2;
p7; p9 (4); p10 (14);
p11 (7); p12 (14); p17 (2);
p21 (5); p24; p28 (3);
p33 (7); p34 (9); p35 (10);
p36 (10); p37 (6); p39;
p42; p46; p47; p48;
p50; p53; p56; p58;
p65 (5); p66 (7); p67;
p70 (8); p71 (4); p73 (4);
p74 (2); p76; p77 (4);
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PH Occ Gbk: Int (2);
Int Pt3 (6); Int Pt4; s1.1;
s1.2 (2); s2.0; s2.1 (9);
s2.2; s3.3; s3.4 (3);
s3.5; s3.6 (4); s3.9 (3);
s3.10; s3.11; s5.5;
s6.5 (2); s6.8 (2); s6.9;
s7.0; s7.4 (5); s7.6;
s10.0 (2); s10.1 (24);
s10.2 (12); s10.3 (13);
s10.4 (4); s10.5 (2);
s10.6 (4); s10.9 (7); s12;
s12.1; s12.2 (12); s12.6;
s13.0 (2); s13.2 (5);
s13.4 (3); s15.5 (2);
s15.7; s16.2; s17.1;
s17.5 (2); s17.6 (5);
s18.9; Ap1-227; Ap1-229;
Ap1-230 (3); Ap1-235 (5);
Ap1-236; Ap1-237 (3);
Ap1-238; Ap2-238; Ap2-239;
Ap2-242 (2); Ap2-244;
Ap2-245 (2); Ap3-247;
Ap3-248 (4); Ap3-249;
Ap3-252 (2); Ap3-254;
Ap3-263; Ap3-271; Ap3-276;
Ap3-277 (5); Ap3-278 (4);
Ap3-279 (3); Ap3-280;
Ap3-281 (2); Ap3-282 (5);
Ap3-283; Ap4-289; Ap4-290;
Ap4-296; Ap5-308; Ap6-310;
Ap6-311 (2); Ap7-315 (2);
Ap8-318 (2); Ap8-320;
Ap8-323; Ap8-328 (2);
Ap8-331 (3); Ap8-334;
Ap8-337 (4); Ap8-339 (2);
Ap8-352; Ap8-357 (21);
Ap8-358 (2);
7465.1 Hbk: CovLtr; s1-1;
s2-1; s3-1; s4-2; s6-2;
s6-3;
7465.7 Gbk: s2-1 (2); s11-2;
s11-3; s11-4; s11-5;
ApB Q36;
PIH Notices: 03-17 (7); 03-05;
02-21 (10); 02-01 (6);
01-40; 01-27; 01-20 (2);
01-15 (9); 01-09;
01-09C (2); 00-27 (2);
00-01 (3); 99-52 (6);
99-19 (5); 99-19-App3;
98-66; 97-12; 95-58 (2);
94-67;
ACOP: 1D; 1E; 2A; 2D;
3B; 3D; 3E (2); 4-I;
4L (5); 6Intro (2); 6A;
6B (4); 6C (11); 6D; 6F;
6K (6); 6N (2); 6O (3);
ANNUAL BUDGET AUTHORITY .7
PIH Notices: 02-21 (6); 02-21
ANNUAL CONTRIBUTION ............1
HUD-50058Instr: p7
ANNUAL CONTRIBUTIONS ........34
24 CFR 5: .403; .902;
.905 (2);
24 CFR 945: .105;
24 CFR 960: .102;
24 CFR 964: .7;
24 CFR 966: .57;
HUD-50058Instr: p1; p70 (3);
PH Occ Gbk: s5.5; s17.6;
s18.9; Ap1-229; Ap5-308;
7465.1 Hbk: CovLtr; s1-1;
s2-1; s6-2; s6-3;
7465.7 Gbk: s2-1 (2);
PIH Notices: 02-21 (3); 02-01;
01-20 (2); 00-27; 99-52;
ACOP: 1D; 13F
ANNUAL CONTRIBUTIONS
CONTRACT ....................................35
24 CFR 5: .403; .902;
.905 (2);
24 CFR 945: .105;
24 CFR 960: .102;
24 CFR 964: .3 (2); .7;
.405;
24 CFR 966: .57;
HUD-50058Instr: p1; p70 (3);
PH Occ Gbk: s5.5; s17.6;
s18.9; Ap1-229; Ap3-249;
Ap5-308;
7465.1 Hbk: CovLtr; s1-1;
s2-1; s6-2; s6-3;
7465.7 Gbk: s2-1;
PIH Notices: 02-21 (2); 02-01;
01-20 (2); 00-27; 99-52;
ACOP: 13F
ANNUAL INCOME ......................357
24 CFR 5: .212; .520 (3);
.603 (11); .609 (7);
.611 (4); .615 (9);
.617 (10); .653; .659 (2);
24 CFR 960: .102; .201;
.255 (10); .259 (2); .503;
24 CFR 964: .345 (2);
HUD-50058: p6 (4); p7 (2);
p vii (4); p8 (2);
p viii (3);
HUD-50058Instr: p24; p28 (2);
p33 (6); p34 (5); p36 (5);
p37 (6); p65 (5); p66 (7);
p67; p70 (4); p71 (4);
p73 (4); p74 (2); p76;
PH Occ Gbk: Int; Int Pt3 (2);
s2.0; s2.1 (8); s2.2;
s3.3; s6.9; s7.4 (4);
s10.0 (2); s10.1 (22);
s10.2 (9); s10.3 (12);
s10.4 (4); s10.9 (6);
s12.2 (4); s12.6; s17.5;
Ap1-227; Ap1-230; Ap2-238;
Ap2-239; Ap2-242 (2);
Ap2-244; Ap2-245 (2);
Ap3-248 (3); Ap3-252 (2);
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Ap3-254; Ap3-277;
Ap3-278 (3); Ap3-279 (3);
Ap3-280; Ap3-281;
Ap3-282 (5); Ap4-290;
Ap8-318 (2); Ap8-320;
Ap8-323; Ap8-328 (2);
Ap8-331 (3); Ap8-334;
Ap8-337 (4); Ap8-339 (2);
Ap8-357 (12); Ap8-358;
7465.1 Hbk: s3-1; s4-2;
7465.7 Gbk: s11-2; s11-3;
s11-4; s11-5; ApB Q36;
PIH Notices: 03-05; 01-40;
01-15 (6); 00-01 (3);
98-66;
ACOP: 2A; 3B; 3D; 3E (2);
4L; 6Intro (2); 6B (4);
6C (11); 6D; 6F; 6K (3);
6N (2); 6O (3); 6Q;
ANNUAL REVIEW .......................... 3
PH Occ Gbk: s10.6;
ACOP: 4L; 4L
ANNUALIZATION .......................... 1
24 CFR 5: .609
ANNUALIZATION OF INCOME ... 1
24 CFR 5: .609
ANNUALIZE .................................... 3
24 CFR 5: .609;
PH Occ Gbk: Ap1-230;
ACOP: 6F
ANNUALIZED ................................. 3
PH Occ Gbk: Ap3-281; Ap3-282;
ACOP: 11C
ANNUALLY ................................... 47
24 CFR 5: .350 (2); .657;
.705 (2); .801 (3);
24 CFR 960: .255; .257 (2);
.605;
24 CFR 964: .225; .230;
PH Occ Gbk: Int Pt4; s1.1;
s2.1; s3.7; s7.0; s10.1;
s10.6; s12.2 (2); s14.3;
s15.5; s16.3; Ap1-231;
Ap3-277 (3); Ap4-297;
7465.1 Hbk: s2-3;
7465.7 Gbk: ApB Q40; AppH;
PIH Notices: 01-15 (2); 00-50;
ACOP: 4-I; 4L; 6S (3); 9M;
11Intro; 11F; PI-Intro;
PI-C
ANNUITIES ...................................... 6
24 CFR 5: .609;
HUD-50058Instr: p29;
PH Occ Gbk: s10.1; Ap3-278;
Ap8-328;
ACOP: GL-I
ANNUITY ......................................... 6
HUD-50058Instr: p71;
PH Occ Gbk: s10.1; Ap8-318;
Ap8-331; Ap8-350; Ap8-350
ANOTHER PHA ............................... 8
HUD-50058Instr: p9; p59; p75;
PH Occ Gbk: s3.10; s6.3;
7465.1 Hbk: s2-1; s3-2;
PIH Notices: 01-15
ANOTHER PHA'S ............................ 4
HUD-50058Instr: p7 (2); p62;
p63
ANT FARMS .................................... 1
PH Occ Gbk: s16.3
ANTENNAS ...................................... 2
PH Occ Gbk: Ap4-293; Ap4-293
ANTICIPATE .................................. 11
24 CFR 5: .609;
HUD-50058Instr: p78;
PH Occ Gbk: Ap3-281; Ap8-367;
PIH Notices: 01-15; 95-48;
95-48 Tech Asst;
ACOP: 6F (2); 7E; 7H
ANTICIPATED ............................... 53
24 CFR 5: .603 (3); .609 (2);
24 CFR 945: .203(c);
HUD-50058: p6;
HUD-50058Instr: p22; p23;
p33; p34; p70 (2); p71;
p73;
PH Occ Gbk: s2.1; s3.2;
s6.4; s10.1; s10.2 (2);
s10.3; s12.2; s12.6;
Ap3-253; Ap3-273 (2);
Ap3-277; Ap3-281;
Ap3-282 (2); Ap8-331;
7465.1 Hbk: s2-1; s5-1;
PIH Notices: 01-15 (4); 01-09;
ACOP: 4A; 4B; 4-I; 6B;
6F; 6O; 7E; 7H;
GL-I (3); GL-II (2); GL-II
ANTICIPATED EMPLOYMENT .... 2
PH Occ Gbk: s12.2; Ap3-273
ANTICIPATED INCOME ................ 6
HUD-50058: p6;
HUD-50058Instr: p22; p23;
PH Occ Gbk: s6.4;
7465.1 Hbk: s2-1;
PIH Notices: 01-15
ANTICIPATED TO BE RECEIVED 6
24 CFR 5: .609;
HUD-50058Instr: p33; p70;
PH Occ Gbk: s2.1; s10.1;
ACOP: 6B
ANTICIPATED TOTAL INCOME .. 3
PH Occ Gbk: Ap3-277;
PIH Notices: 01-15;
ACOP: GL-I
ANTICIPATES ................................. 4
24 CFR 5: .508;
7465.7 Gbk: s6-1; AppF;
ACOP: 4J
ANTIPOVERTY ............................... 3
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PH Occ Gbk: s10.1; Ap3-280;
ACOP: GL-I
ANTIQUE CARS ...............................1
PH Occ Gbk: Ap8-332
ANTI-RABIES ...................................1
ACOP: 10
ANYWHERE .....................................3
PH Occ Gbk: s9.5; Ap4-293;
Ap8-332
APARTMENT .................................36
24 CFR 966: .4(a);
HUD-50058Instr: p20 (2); p21;
p71;
HUD-903-1: p4;
PH Occ Gbk: s2.2; s4.10;
s5.0; s5.5; s10.5; s17.6;
Ap3-275; Ap4-298 (2);
Ap8-340 (2); Ap8-341 (2);
Ap8-342 (3); Ap8-354;
Ap8-380; Ap8-385; Ap8-386;
Ap8-387 (4); Ap8-389;
7465.1 Hbk: s5-1; s6-2;
PIH Notices: 02-01; 99-52;
99-11
APARTMENTS ...............................11
HUD-903-1: p2;
PH Occ Gbk: s5.4; s10.6;
Ap3-262; Ap4-297; Ap8-365;
Ap8-366; Ap8-387;
7465.1 Hbk: s5-1 (2);
PIH Notices: 95-58
APPARENT .......................................4
7465.1 Hbk: s1-1; s2-1;
PIH Notices: 95-48;
95-48 Tech Asst
APPARENTLY ..................................1
7465.1 Hbk: s2-1
APPEAL .........................................120
24 CFR 5: .508; .512;
.514 (25); .518; .615;
24 CFR 964: .18; .130 (2);
.225;
24 CFR 966: .6 (2);
PH Occ Gbk: s7.3; s13.5;
s17.2; Ap1-238;
7465.7 Gbk: CovLtr (3);
s1-6 (3); s4-5 (2); s5-4;
s6-4; s7-3; s8-2;
s8-3 (3); s8-4 (5);
s9-1 (16); s9-2 (3); s9-3;
s10-8; s12-1; ApB Q23 (2);
ApB Q28 (2); ApB Q30;
ApB Q33; ApB Q35;
AppF (28);
ACOP: 13F (3); 13F
APPEALED .......................................1
PIH Notices: 94-67
APPEALING ......................................1
PIH Notices: 94-67
APPEALS .........................................28
24 CFR 5: .508 (2); .514;
.516;
PH Occ Gbk: s13.5;
7465.7 Gbk: s5-4 (2); s8-2;
s9; s10-2; ApB Q27; AppF;
PIH Notices: 02-09;
00-11A (2); 94-67 (3);
ACOP: 2F; 2G (2); 2H; 3B;
3C; 3D (2); 13; 13A
APPLIANCE ......................................2
PH Occ Gbk: s14.2; Ap4-301
APPLIANCES ..................................29
24 CFR 966: .4(a); .4(b);
.4(e);
PH Occ Gbk: s9.2; s14.1 (2);
s14.3 (2); s14.5; s17.6;
Ap3-259; Ap3-276; Ap4-286;
Ap4-288 (2); Ap4-289 (2);
Ap4-291; Ap4-293; Ap4-300;
Ap4-301 (4); Ap8-390;
PIH Notices: 00-50 (3);
ACOP: 2E
APPLICABILITY ............................66
24 CFR 5: .210 (2); .400;
.500; .520; .601; .615;
.632; .653; .655; .657;
.659; .661; .701; .801;
24 CFR 960: .101; .403 (2);
.702;
24 CFR 964: .3; .405;
24 CFR 966: .1;
PH Occ Gbk: Int Pt6;
s18.1 (2); Ap1-233 (2);
Ap1-236; Ap5-303;
7465.1 Hbk: CovLtr (4); s1;
s1-5; s1-6 (3); s3;
ApB Q3;
PIH Notices: 03-17; 03-11;
02-09; 02-01 (3); 01-43;
01-15; 01-11; 01-05;
00-35; 00-01; 99-52 (3);
99-19 (2); 99-11; 97-12;
95-58; 95-48;
95-48 Tech Asst;
ACOP: 6C (2); 6P; 13B
APPLICABLE ................................390
24 CFR 5: .212; .214;
.216 (4); .218 (4); .230;
.234; .236 (8); .306;
.315 (4); .318 (2);
.321 (2); .324 (4);
.350 (3); .353 (3);
.360 (2); .500; .514 (2);
.518 (4); .520; .524;
.601; .603 (4); .611;
.617 (4); .632; .703 (5);
.801; .903;
24 CFR 945: .105; .203(a);
.205(b); .301 (3); .303;
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24 CFR 960: .101; .103 (2);
.205; .253; .403;
.707 (6);
24 CFR 964: .3; .225 (3);
.230 (2); .305 (2); .340;
.350; .415 (2); .430;
24 CFR 966: .1; .4(b);
.4(e); .4(f); .51 (2);
.53; .55(a); .55(b);
.55(g); .56; .57;
HUD-50058: p ii; p iii;
p iv; p v (2); p14;
p xiv (2); p17; p xvii;
HUD-50058Instr: p2 (3);
p7 (2); p9; p10; p12;
p16; p19; p20 (2); p27;
p56 (3); p61 (2); p65;
p66 (2); p70; p74; p76;
HUD-903: p1 (4);
PH Occ Gbk: Int; Int Pt1 (2);
s1.0; s1.1 (4); s3.1;
s3.4; s4.2; s4.8 (3);
s4.10; s4.11; s5.0; s6.1;
s6.3; s6.9 (2); s6.11 (2);
s7.0; s7.1; s7.4;
s7.7 (2); s8.8; s10.4;
s10.9 (3); s11.6; s12.1;
s13.4; s13.5; s14.5;
s16.2 (9); s16.3;
s17.6 (5); s18.1 (2);
Ap1-227; Ap1-229;
Ap1-236 (2); Ap1-239 (2);
Ap2-238; Ap2-244; Ap3-249;
Ap3-251; Ap3-253; Ap3-254;
Ap3-259; Ap3-260; Ap3-264;
Ap3-270; Ap3-272; Ap3-274;
Ap3-277 (2); Ap3-280;
Ap3-283 (2); Ap4-287;
Ap4-289; Ap4-290; Ap4-291;
Ap4-292; Ap4-293; Ap4-296;
Ap4-298; Ap4-300 (2);
Ap4-301; Ap5-303 (4);
Ap5-304 (2); Ap5-306;
Ap5-308; Ap7-315;
Ap7-316 (2); Ap8-338;
Ap8-339 (3); Ap8-353;
Ap8-355; Ap8-356; Ap8-361;
Ap8-362; Ap8-364;
Ap8-382 (2); Ap8-385;
Ap8-390;
7465.1 Hbk: s2-3; s3-2 (3);
7465.7 Gbk: CovLtr (3);
s1-5 (2); s1-6 (5); s3-4;
s3-7; s4-5; s9-2; s10-5;
s10-8; s11-4; s11-5;
AppB; ApB Q18; ApB Q26;
ApB Q30; ApB Q45; AppF;
AppG; AppH (6);
PIH Notices: 03-17; 03-11 (2);
02-21 (4); 02-01 (8);
01-27 (3); 01-20; 01-15;
01-09; 01-05; 00-36;
00-27; 00-11A; 99-52 (8);
99-31; 99-19 (3); 97-12;
95-58; 95-48 (8);
95-48 Tech Asst (6);
94-67 (5);
ACOP: 1Intro (3); 1B;
1D (2); 1E; 1K; 4A (2);
4L; 4Q; 4T; 6B; 6C;
6P (4); 7E; 8E; 9A; 9C;
11C (2); 11G; 12B; 13A;
13D; 13F (2); GL-I; GL-II
APPLICABLITY ............................... 1
24 CFR 966: .51
APPLICANT FAMILY ................... 33
24 CFR 5: .655; .903;
24 CFR 960: .206;
PH Occ Gbk: s2.0; s3.4;
s3.6; s3.11; s4.6 (3);
s4.8 (2); s5.4 (2); s6.7;
s7.7; Ap2-244; Ap3-255;
Ap3-258; Ap8-321 (3);
Ap8-324 (2); Ap8-325;
Ap8-340; Ap8-341; Ap8-352;
Ap8-391;
PIH Notices: 03-11;
ACOP: 2G; 4C; GL-II
APPLICANT PLACEMENT ............ 2
PH Occ Gbk: Ap3-246; Ap3-255
APPLICANT POOL .......................... 1
PH Occ Gbk: Ap3-257
APPLICANT SCREENING ............ 25
24 CFR 5: .903 (4); .905 (4);
PH Occ Gbk: s4.2; s4.6;
s4.11 (2); s6.4; s6.7 (2);
Ap3-246; Ap3-251; Ap3-254;
Ap3-258 (2);
PIH Notices: 03-11 (4);
ACOP: 3E
APPLICANT SCREENING CRITERIA
........................................................... 4
PH Occ Gbk: s4.10 (3); Ap8-340
APPLICANT SELECTION .............. 8
PH Occ Gbk: s4.1 (2); s4.5;
s4.11 (2); s8.0; Ap3-252;
Ap3-255
APPLICANT SELECTION CRITERIA
......................................................... 25
PH Occ Gbk: Int Pt2; s2.0;
s4; s4.0 (4); s4.1; s4.6;
s4.10; s6.0; s6.7 (2);
s6.9 (2); s7.1 (2); s7.7;
s7.8; s12.2; Ap3-247;
Ap3-253; Ap8-320; Ap8-323;
ACOP: 2G
APPLICANT SELECTION CRITERIA
......................................................... 25
PH Occ Gbk: Int Pt2; s2.0;
s4; s4.0 (4); s4.1; s4.6;
s4.10; s6.0; s6.7 (2);
s6.9 (2); s7.1 (2); s7.7;
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s7.8; s12.2; Ap3-247;
Ap3-253; Ap3-264; Ap8-320;
Ap8-323;
ACOP: 2G
APPLICANT SELECTION
CRITERIAXIX ..................................1
PH Occ Gbk: Ap3-264
APPLICANT STATUS ......................3
ACOP: 3C; 4R; 4T
APPLICANT-CAUSED .....................2
PH Occ Gbk: Ap8-390; Ap8-390
APPLICANT-FRIENDLY .................1
PH Occ Gbk: Int Pt2
APPLICATION ..............................515
24 CFR 5: .212; .230; .359;
.508 (2); .514; .603;
.609; .628; .661 (5);
24 CFR 945: .203(c); .301;
24 CFR 960: .206;
24 CFR 964: .310; .315 (5);
.415;
24 CFR 966: .4(L)(2);
HUD-50058Instr: p19 (2);
PH Occ Gbk: CovLtr; Int;
Int Pt1 (2); s1.2 (4);
s2.2; s3.0; s3.1 (4);
s3.2 (3); s3.3 (4);
s3.4 (2); s3.5; s3.6 (7);
s3.8 (13); s3.9; s3.10;
s4.0; s4.3 (2); s4.4 (3);
s4.6; s4.8; s4.10 (2);
s5.4 (2); s6.0 (5);
s6.3 (11); s6.4 (6);
s6.5 (4); s6.6 (5);
s6.9 (4); s7.0; s7.2;
s7.3; s7.6 (2); s7.8 (2);
s7.10; s8.4; s8.5 (2);
s8.8; s10.1 (4); s10.4;
s12.2; s14.1; s15.4;
s17.6; Ap1-227; Ap2-244;
Ap3-251; Ap3-252;
Ap3-253 (4); Ap3-254 (3);
Ap3-255; Ap3-256;
Ap3-257 (2); Ap3-258 (2);
Ap3-259 (2); Ap3-260;
Ap3-263 (5); Ap3-264 (3);
Ap3-265 (3); Ap3-266;
Ap3-272; Ap3-276; Ap6-311;
Ap8-318 (2); Ap8-320 (2);
Ap8-321 (2); Ap8-322 (3);
Ap8-323 (5); Ap8-324 (2);
Ap8-327 (3); Ap8-340 (2);
Ap8-359; Ap8-380 (4);
Ap8-382 (2); Ap8-383;
Ap8-388; Ap8-389; Ap8-391;
7465.1 Hbk: s1-2; s1-3 (2);
s2-1 (10); s2-3 (2);
s4-1 (2); s4-4 (2); s5-1;
s5-4 (3); s5-6 (3);
s5-7 (2);
7465.7 Gbk: s4-4; s4-5;
s5-3; s5-5; s5-6;
s6-4 (4); AppF (4);
PIH Notices: 03-11;
02-21 (25); 02-01 (7);
01-27; 01-20 (27); 01-15;
00-31 (2); 00-27 (22);
00-11; 00-11A; 99-52 (9);
99-30 (3); 99-19 (39);
99-19-App1 (3);
99-19-App3 (2); 98-44 (3);
95-48 (14);
95-48 Tech Asst (14);
ACOP: 1E (3); 1G (2); 1K;
2B (2); 2F; 2G (3);
3Intro; 3A (7); 3B (8);
3D (14); 4Intro; 4A (13);
4B; 4C (5); 4D; 4H; 4R;
6Intro; 6C; 6R; 7E; 7K;
9C (2); 10 (11); 11B;
11C; 12B; GL-II (3);
APPLICATION FOR_CONTINUED
OCCUPANCY ...................................5
PH Occ Gbk: s12.2; Ap3-272;
ACOP: 9C; 11B; 11C
APPLICATION FOR FUNDING ......1
24 CFR 964: .315
APPLICATION POOL ......................2
7465.1 Hbk: s2-3; s2-3
APPLICATIONS ...........................221
24 CFR 5: .508;
24 CFR 960: .202 (2);
24 CFR 964: .200; .210;
.325;
PH Occ Gbk: Int Pt2; s1.1;
s3.0 (4); s3.1 (8);
s3.2 (2); s3.4; s3.6;
s3.7 (2); s3.8 (3); s4.6;
s4.10; s6; s6.0 (4);
s6.2 (2); s6.3 (5); s6.4;
s6.6 (2); s7.0; s8.4;
s8.8; Ap3-246 (2);
Ap3-247 (2); Ap3-251 (2);
Ap3-252; Ap3-253 (3);
Ap3-254 (5); Ap3-256;
Ap3-259; Ap3-265 (2);
Ap3-266; Ap3-270;
Ap8-320 (4); Ap8-323 (2);
7465.1 Hbk: s1-1; s1-2;
s1-3; s2; s2-1 (6);
s2-3 (5); s5-4; s6-3;
7465.7 Gbk: CovLtr (2); s5-3;
ApB Q21;
PIH Notices: 02-21 (17);
02-01 (3); 01-27;
01-20 (24); 00-45;
00-27 (22); 99-52 (3);
99-19 (24); 99-19-App3 (2);
99-11; 98-44 (5);
95-48 (2);
95-48 Tech Asst (2);
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ACOP: 1E; 3A (4); 3E;
4A (10); 4A
APPOINTMENT ............................. 39
24 CFR 966: .55(b) (4);
PH Occ Gbk: s7.4; s12.2 (2);
s13.5 (2); s18.5 (2);
Ap3-273 (2);
PIH Notices: 00-36 (6);
ACOP: 1E; 3D (2); 5B; 6A;
6S; 7E; 9C; 9M;
11B (6); 13F (3); PI-E;
PI-I
APPOINTMENTS ............................. 2
ACOP: 1E; 11B
APPRAISALS ................................... 2
HUD-903-1: p2;
ACOP: 7G
APPRAISERS ................................... 2
PH Occ Gbk: s10.6;
7465.7 Gbk: AppG
APPREHENSION ............................. 1
7465.1 Hbk: s5-2
APPREHENSIVE .............................. 1
PH Occ Gbk: s19.3
APPRENTICESHIP .......................... 5
24 CFR 5: .603;
HUD-50058Instr: p71;
PH Occ Gbk: s13.5;
ACOP: 6C; GL-II
APPRENTICESHIPS ........................ 2
PH Occ Gbk: s15.3; Ap6-309
APPROPRIATE ............................ 314
24 CFR 5: .216; .234; .236;
.240; .327; .353 (2);
.363; .380; .504;
.508 (4); .518 (4); .603;
.903 (4);
24 CFR 945: .103; .105;
.203(b); .203(f);
.205(b) (3); .303;
24 CFR 960: .203; .253;
.257 (2);
24 CFR 964: .3; .7; .11;
.15; .16; .18 (2); .125;
.305 (2); .308 (2);
24 CFR 966: .4(c) (2);
.4(e) (2); .55(c); .55(e);
.55(f); .56 (3);
HUD-50058: p ii; p iii;
p iv; p x; p xi; p xiii;
p xiv; p xvi;
HUD-50058Instr: p1; p7 (3);
p15; p42; p46; p53;
p56; p59; p60; p61;
p72; p75 (2);
HUD-9886: p2 (3);
PH Occ Gbk: s1.0; s1.1 (2);
s1.2 (2); s3.6 (2); s3.11;
s4.5; s4.10; s5.0;
s5.4 (3); s6.5; s6.9 (2);
s7.4; s8.1; s8.6;
s9.4 (2); s12.2 (3); s12.7;
s13.5; s16.2; s16.3;
s17.0; s17.2; s17.6 (6);
s18.6; s18.7; s18.8;
s19.3 (2); s19.5 (3);
Ap1-232; Ap3-249; Ap3-257;
Ap3-261; Ap3-262;
Ap3-263 (3); Ap3-264 (2);
Ap3-266; Ap3-267; Ap3-270;
Ap3-273; Ap3-277; Ap4-287;
Ap4-289 (2); Ap4-290;
Ap4-291 (3); Ap4-292;
Ap4-296; Ap4-297; Ap5-306;
Ap7-315 (2); Ap8-338;
Ap8-366; Ap8-386; Ap8-388;
7465.1 Hbk: s4-4 (3);
s5-2 (4); s5-4 (3); s5-6;
s5-7;
7465.7 Gbk: s3-7; s5-4 (2);
s6-3; s7-8; s10-5 (2);
ApB Q39; AppC (2); AppD;
AppH;
PIH Notices: 03-17; 03-11;
03-05 (2); 02-21 (5);
02-01 (2); 01-40 (2);
01-20 (4); 01-15 (2);
01-09A; 00-50; 00-36;
00-27 (2); 00-11; 00-11A;
99-52 (2); 99-19 (9);
99-19-App1 (2); 99-11 (4);
97-12 (4); 95-48 (21);
95-48 Tech Asst (21);
94-67 (6);
ACOP: 1G; 2G; 4Intro (4);
4A; 4P (2); 4S; 5Intro;
7B; 7C (2); 7-I; 7K;
11B; 11D; 11G (4); 11H;
13F (5); 14C; GL-II (2);
PI-D; PI-E; PI-I; PI-I
APPROPRIATE SIZE ..................... 27
24 CFR 5: .518 (4);
24 CFR 960: .257;
24 CFR 966: .4(c);
PH Occ Gbk: s5.4; s6.9;
s8.6; s9.4 (2); Ap3-262;
Ap3-264 (2); Ap4-287;
Ap4-291;
7465.1 Hbk: s4-4 (3);
s5-2 (2);
7465.7 Gbk: s10-5 (2);
PIH Notices: 02-01; 99-52;
ACOP: 4P; 5Intro
APPROPRIATE SIZE UNIT ............ 1
24 CFR 960: .257
APPROPRIATE SIZE UNITS .......... 1
7465.1 Hbk: s5-2
APPROPRIATE SIZED .................... 2
PH Occ Gbk: s3.11;
ACOP: 4Intro
APPROPRIATED ............................. 2
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PIH Notices: 03-17; 01-09
APPROPRIATELY ..........................13
24 CFR 5: .350;
24 CFR 966: .4(L)(5);
PH Occ Gbk: s10.6;
PIH Notices: 03-11; 99-11;
95-48 (3);
95-48 Tech Asst (3);
ACOP: 5B; 11G
APPROPRIATENESS .......................5
24 CFR 945: .303;
24 CFR 966: .4(c);
PIH Notices: 02-21; 01-20;
00-27
APPROPRIATIONS ........................18
24 CFR 964: .150 (3);
PIH Notices: 03-17 (2); 02-21;
01-20; 01-05 (7);
00-52 (2); 00-27; 00-27
APPROVABLE ................................33
PIH Notices: 02-21 (6);
01-20 (12); 00-27 (12);
97-12 (2);
ACOP: 11-I
APPROVAL ...................................145
24 CFR 5: .306; .653 (2);
.655 (2); .661 (6);
24 CFR 945: .105; .201;
.203(d); .203(e) (7);
.203(f) (5); .205(c);
24 CFR 960: .102;
24 CFR 964: .225; .315 (2);
24 CFR 966: .4(a);
HUD-50058: p v; p17; p xvii;
HUD-50058Instr: p19 (2); p21;
p63 (2); p75; p76;
HUD-903: p1;
HUD-9886: p2;
PH Occ Gbk: s3.4 (2); s3.5;
s3.10; s4.10; s8.0; s8.3;
s9.3; s14.3; s17.6 (2);
Ap2-239; Ap3-246 (2);
Ap3-256; Ap3-257;
Ap3-267 (3); Ap3-268;
Ap4-287 (4); Ap4-289;
Ap4-292; Ap4-293 (2);
Ap4-302; Ap8-359;
7465.1 Hbk: s1-1 (2);
s5-6 (4); s6-2;
7465.7 Gbk: s3-6;
PIH Notices: 02-21 (8);
01-20 (7); 01-09 (2);
00-36 (2); 00-27 (5);
00-11; 99-19 (13);
97-12 (4);
ACOP: 2B (4); 3D; 4C; 5B;
7K (3); 9D (2); 10 (3);
11C (2); 11G (2); 14B; 15
APPROVALS .....................................1
24 CFR 5: .653
APPROVE ........................................23
24 CFR 5: .514; .661;
24 CFR 945: .203(d); .203(f);
.205(a); .205(c);
24 CFR 960: .205;
24 CFR 964: .18; .120;
PH Occ Gbk: s8.0; s14.5;
s19.3;
7465.1 Hbk: s5-7;
7465.7 Gbk: CovLtr; s3-4;
s10-1;
PIH Notices: 03-11;
ACOP: 1C; 4O; 9D; 11G (2);
11G
APPROVED ...................................154
24 CFR 5: .214; .216; .234;
.514 (2); .603; .655;
.661 (4); .703;
24 CFR 945: .201; .203(e);
.203(f);
24 CFR 960: .204;
24 CFR 964: .120; .225;
24 CFR 966: .4(a); .55(b) (2);
HUD-50058: p5; p v;
HUD-50058Instr: p19 (3); p43;
p71 (2); p73 (2); p76;
PH Occ Gbk: Int App (2); s1.1;
s3.4 (2); s3.9 (2);
s3.10 (2); s3.11; s6.1;
s8.3; s13.2; s17.5;
s17.6; s18.5 (2); Ap3-260;
Ap3-268; Ap3-270; Ap3-274;
Ap4-292;
7465.1 Hbk: s1-1; s3-2 (4);
s4-4 (3); s5-3; s5-6;
s5-7 (2); App1;
7465.7 Gbk: s3-6; s9-2 (2);
AppF (2); AppH;
PIH Notices: 03-17 (2);
03-11 (10); 02-21 (7);
01-20 (5); 01-09 (3);
01-09A (3); 01-09B; 00-52;
00-27 (4); 99-19 (11);
99-19-App3; 98-24;
97-12 (5); 95-58; 94-67;
ACOP: 1J; 2G; 4-I; 5B;
8M (3); 9D (2); 9K;
10 (2); 11C; 11G; 11H;
13A; 13F (2); 14B; 15;
GL-II (4)
APPROVES........................8
24 CFR 964: .120;
HUD-50058Instr: p75;
PH Occ Gbk: s3.9;
7465.1 Hbk: s3-2;
PIH Notices: 01-09; 99-19;
ACOP: 2B; 11G
APPROVING .....................................4
24 CFR 5: .661;
7465.1 Hbk: s3-2; s5-7;
PIH Notices: 95-58
APRIL ..............................................42
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HUD-50058Instr: p11; p16;
p30 (2); p32 (2);
PH Occ Gbk: Int App; s14.3;
7465.7 Gbk: s1-6; s3-1;
AppC;
PIH Notices: 03-11 (2); 02-21;
01-11; 01-09 (4);
01-09B (5); 01-05; 00-20;
00-19 (3); 00-16 (4);
99-21 (3); 99-18;
98-24 (3); 94-67;
ACOP: GL-I
ARACHNIDS .................................... 1
PH Occ Gbk: s16.3
ARBITRARILY ................................ 1
ACOP: PI-A
ARBITRATION ................................ 1
24 CFR 964: .150
ARBITRATOR .................................. 2
24 CFR 964: .130; .130
ARBITRATORS ............................... 1
PH Occ Gbk: Ap5-305
ARCHITECTURAL BARRIERS ... 16
PH Occ Gbk: s1.0;
PIH Notices: 02-01 (3); 00-45;
99-52 (3); 95-48 (4);
95-48 Tech Asst (3);
95-48 Tech Asst
AREA OF OPERATION .................. 1
PH Occ Gbk: Ap2-238
AREAWAYS .................................... 1
PH Occ Gbk: Ap4-293
ARMED FORCES ........................... 16
24 CFR 5: .609 (2);
HUD-50058Instr: p26 (2);
PH Occ Gbk: s10.1 (2);
Ap3-278; Ap3-279;
PIH Notices: 03-05 (2);
01-40 (2);
ACOP: 7E; GL-I (2); GL-I
ARMED SERVICES ......................... 2
PH Occ Gbk: s10.1; Ap8-329
ARMY ............................................. 19
PIH Notices: 00-51 (2);
99-50 (2); 98-53 (3);
95-69 (2); 94-67 (9); 94-67
ARREST .......................................... 13
24 CFR 960: .205;
PH Occ Gbk: s4.6; s7.6;
s7.7;
7465.1 Hbk: s4-1 (2);
PIH Notices: 95-58;
ACOP: 2F (3); 12B; 12C;
12C
ARREST RECORD ........................... 2
7465.1 Hbk: s4-1; s4-1
ARRESTED ...................................... 8
24 CFR 966: .4(L)(5);
PH Occ Gbk: s17.6 (3); s19.2;
Ap8-326; Ap8-381;
ACOP: 2F
ARRESTS .......................................... 2
ACOP: 3B; 3D
ARRIVAL-DEPARTURE ................ 7
PH Occ Gbk: s7.3 (2);
7465.7 Gbk: s6-4 (2);
AppF (2);
ACOP: 7-I
ARTICULATE .................................. 1
PH Occ Gbk: s4.1
ARTIFICIAL LIMBS ........................ 2
PH Occ Gbk: s10.2;
ACOP: 6O
AS APPROPRIATE ........................ 33
24 CFR 5: .236; .240;
.508 (3);
24 CFR 964: .3; .125;
24 CFR 966: .56 (2);
HUD-50058: p iii; p iv;
HUD-50058Instr: p15;
PH Occ Gbk: s4.10; s18.8;
Ap5-306;
7465.7 Gbk: s5-4 (2); s6-3;
PIH Notices: 03-17; 02-21 (2);
01-20; 00-27; 95-48 (2);
95-48 Tech Asst (2);
94-67 (3);
ACOP: 7C (2); 13F
AS SOON AS POSSIBLE ............... 10
24 CFR 5: .508;
PH Occ Gbk: Ap8-365; Ap8-370;
Ap8-380;
7465.1 Hbk: s4-1;
7465.7 Gbk: s5-3; ApB Q20 (2);
PIH Notices: 01-27; 01-27
ASIA .................................................. 2
HUD-50058Instr: p73;
HUD-903: p2
ASIAN ............................................. 10
HUD-50058: p3; p4;
HUD-50058Instr: p15; p73;
HUD-903: p1; p2;
PH Occ Gbk: s1.1 (2); Ap8-321;
Ap8-324
AS-PAID ........................................... 2
ACOP: GL-I; GL-II
ASSESS ........................................... 14
24 CFR 964: .300;
HUD-50058Instr: p17;
PH Occ Gbk: s3.4; s4.3;
s10.4; Ap3-258;
PIH Notices: 01-05; 99-31;
97-12; 95-48;
95-48 Tech Asst;
ACOP: 2G; 3B; 4B
ASSESSED ........................................ 9
24 CFR 966: .4(b);
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HUD-50058Instr: p17;
PH Occ Gbk: Ap4-288; Ap4-294;
PIH Notices: 95-58; 95-48;
95-48 Tech Asst;
ACOP: 9M; 14A
ASSESSING .....................................10
24 CFR 945: .205(b);
24 CFR 964: .7 (2); .205 (2);
.225;
7465.1 Hbk: s4-1;
ACOP: 1H; 2G; 7-I
ASSESSMENT ................................79
24 CFR 5: .801;
24 CFR 945: .203(c);
.203(f) (3);
24 CFR 960: .203;
24 CFR 964: .225; .350;
24 CFR 966: .4(L)(5) (2);
HUD-50058Instr: p22;
PH Occ Gbk: s1.1; s1.2 (2);
s6.10; s7.5 (2); s11.1 (3);
s17.6 (5); Ap1-232;
Ap3-259; Ap3-269; Ap8-319;
Ap8-393 (2);
7465.1 Hbk: s4-1;
PIH Notices: 02-21; 01-43 (3);
01-15; 01-11 (2); 01-09;
01-05 (6); 99-31 (7);
99-19; 99-11; 95-58 (7);
95-48 (4);
95-48 Tech Asst (4);
ACOP: 1H (2); 2E; 2G (2);
4C; 7G; 7K; 8D
ASSESSMENTS ..............................18
HUD-50058: p14; p xiv;
HUD-50058Instr: p56 (3);
PH Occ Gbk: s8.5; Ap3-265;
PIH Notices: 02-01 (5);
99-52 (5);
ACOP: 4S
ASSET ..............................................79
24 CFR 5: .603;
HUD-50058: p6 (13);
HUD-50058Instr: p22 (16);
p23 (8); p24 (2); p25;
p33;
PH Occ Gbk: s2.1; s7.1;
s7.4; s10.1 (3);
Ap2-243 (2); Ap3-254;
Ap8-318 (4); Ap8-325;
Ap8-331 (2); Ap8-332 (2);
Ap8-333; Ap8-334 (8);
Ap8-359;
7465.7 Gbk: ApB Q9;
PIH Notices: 00-52; 00-11;
ACOP: 3E; 6K; 7E; 7G;
GL-II; GL-II
ASSET INCOME .............................19
HUD-50058: p6 (3);
HUD-50058Instr: p23; p24 (2);
p33;
PH Occ Gbk: s2.1; s7.1;
s7.4; s10.1; Ap3-254;
Ap8-318 (2); Ap8-331 (2);
Ap8-334 (2);
ACOP: 3E
ASSETS .........................................207
24 CFR 5: .603 (3); .609 (10);
.659;
24 CFR 960: .259;
HUD-50058: p6 (8);
HUD-50058Instr: p ii; p22 (8);
p23 (5); p24; p25 (3);
p31; p33; p70; p74;
p77;
PH Occ Gbk: Int Pt3; s2.1 (2);
s3.6; s6.7; s7.0;
s7.1 (3); s7.5; s7.10;
s7.11; s10.1 (41); s10.2;
s12.2 (2); Ap1-230;
Ap2-238 (7); Ap2-239 (3);
Ap2-243 (4); Ap3-254;
Ap3-277 (2); Ap3-278 (11);
Ap4-290; Ap4-296; Ap8-325;
Ap8-329; Ap8-332 (2);
Ap8-334 (15);
7465.1 Hbk: s2-3;
PIH Notices: 01-15;
ACOP: 3D; 3E; 6K (2);
6L (2); 6M (8); 7Intro;
7D (2); 7E (3); 7F;
7G (9); 11B (2); 11C (2);
11F; 12B; GL-I (11);
GL-II (5); PI-I
ASSETS' .............................................1
PH Occ Gbk: s10.1
ASSET'S .............................................2
HUD-50058Instr: p22; p22
ASSIGN ...........................................13
24 CFR 966: .4(f);
PH Occ Gbk: s8.1; s17.6;
Ap4-292;
7465.1 Hbk: s1-3;
PIH Notices: 03-11 (2); 02-01;
99-52;
ACOP: 4M; 5A; 5B; 11-I
ASSIGNED ......................................62
24 CFR 5: .214 (2); .216 (14);
24 CFR 945: .203(c);
24 CFR 966: .4(e); .4(f);
HUD-50058Instr: p7 (2); p50;
p75;
PH Occ Gbk: Int App; s1.2;
s3.6; s5.4 (5); s6.9 (2);
s10.5; s17.6 (2); Ap1-227;
Ap3-262 (4); Ap3-263 (3);
Ap4-291; Ap4-292;
7465.7 Gbk: s7-7 (2);
PIH Notices: 03-17; 03-11 (3);
02-21; 01-15; 95-48 (2);
95-48 Tech Asst (2);
ACOP: 4Intro; 5A; 9C; 13F
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ASSIGNING ...................................... 7
24 CFR 5: .216;
PH Occ Gbk: s4.10; s6.9;
s8.1; s8.8; Ap3-266;
7465.1 Hbk: s5-1
ASSIGNMENT ............................... 46
24 CFR 964: .310;
PH Occ Gbk: Int Pt2; s3.4;
s3.8; s6.0; s6.4;
s6.9 (5); s6.10 (3); s8;
s8.0 (4); s8.8; s17.6;
Ap1-227; Ap3-247; Ap3-256;
Ap3-263;
7465.1 Hbk: s1-1 (8); s2-1;
s5-1;
PIH Notices: 03-11; 02-21;
97-12; 95-48;
95-48 Tech Asst;
ACOP: 3A; 3D; 4; 4P; 8M;
12B
ASSIGNMENT PLAN .................... 23
24 CFR 964: .310;
PH Occ Gbk: Int Pt2; s3.4;
s3.8; s6.10 (2); s8;
s8.0; s8.8; Ap1-227;
Ap3-247; Ap3-256;
7465.1 Hbk: s1-1 (8);
ACOP: 3D; 4; 8M
ASSIGNMENT PLAN A .................. 1
PH Occ Gbk: Ap3-263
ASSIGNMENTS ............................... 6
PH Occ Gbk: s6.9;
PIH Notices: 02-21; 01-20;
00-27; 95-48;
95-48 Tech Asst
ASSIGNS .......................................... 1
HUD-50058Instr: p7
ASSIST .......................................... 128
24 CFR 5: .100; .303 (5);
.306 (2); .312; .504;
.518; .603; .901;
24 CFR 945: .205(b);
24 CFR 960: .705 (4);
24 CFR 964: .18 (2); .100;
.220; .300; .315;
HUD-50058: p i;
HUD-50058Instr: p71; p72;
p73; p75 (2);
HUD-9886: p2;
PH Occ Gbk: CovLtr; Int;
Int Pt1; Int App; s1.1;
s3.7; s4.10; s6.3; s7.4;
s10.1 (2); s10.5; s13.5;
s16.1 (2); s19.4 (2);
s19.6; Ap1-228 (2);
Ap1-234; Ap1-238; Ap3-280;
Ap4-289; Ap8-340 (3);
Ap8-341;
7465.1 Hbk: s5-1; s6-1;
7465.7 Gbk: s2-1 (2); s10-5;
AppH;
PIH Notices: 03-17; 03-11;
02-21 (4); 02-01 (4);
01-37; 01-20 (3);
01-15 (3); 00-52 (2);
00-50 (3); 00-36; 00-27;
00-11 (9); 00-11A (2);
99-52 (4); 99-19;
97-12 (2); 95-58 (2);
95-48 (3);
95-48 Tech Asst (3);
ACOP: 1F; 1G; 2F; 6C;
7H; 7K; 9M; 10;
GL-I (2); GL-II; PI-F;
PI-I
ASSISTANCE ANIMAL ................ 10
PH Occ Gbk: s1.2 (4);
s16.1 (5); s16.1
ASSISTANCE ANIMALS ................ 8
PH Occ Gbk: s16; s16.1 (6);
ACOP: 10
ASSISTANCE APPLICANT .......... 24
24 CFR 5: .214; .216 (7);
.218; .230 (2); .232 (2);
.236 (8);
HUD-50058Instr: p70;
PH Occ Gbk: Ap1-227; Ap1-227
ASSISTANCE APPLICANTS ........ 15
24 CFR 5: .212; .214 (2);
.216 (4); .218; .230 (3);
.234;
HUD-50058Instr: p71 (2);
PH Occ Gbk: Ap1-228
ASSISTANCE APPLICANT'S ......... 8
24 CFR 5: .214; .216;
.230 (2); .232; .236 (2);
.236
ASSISTANCE EXPENSE .............. 23
HUD-50058: p7 (3); p vii (5);
HUD-50058Instr: p34; p35 (9);
PH Occ Gbk: s7.6; Ap8-368;
ACOP: 6C (2); GL-II
ASSISTANCE EXPENSES ............ 25
24 CFR 5: .603;
HUD-50058: p7 (2); p vii (5);
HUD-50058Instr: p34 (3);
p35 (3); p71;
PH Occ Gbk: s7.1; s10.2;
Ap1-230;
7465.1 Hbk: s4-2;
ACOP: 6C; 6O (2); 7D; 7H;
GL-II
ASSISTANCE PAYMENT ............. 99
24 CFR 5: .240; .520 (10);
.632; .661 (3);
HUD-50058: p i; p x (8);
p xi (11); p xii (7);
p xiii (7); p xiv (4);
HUD-50058Instr: p3; p42;
p43 (2); p44 (3); p45;
p46; p48 (8); p49;
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p50 (2); p51 (4); p52 (2);
p53; p54 (4); p55 (2);
p56; p72 (3); p74; p76;
7465.7 Gbk: s11-2 (3);
s11-3 (3); s11-3
ASSISTANCE PAYMENTS ...........32
24 CFR 5: .508 (2); .514 (4);
.601; .603; .653 (2);
.661; .801 (3);
24 CFR 960: .403 (2);
24 CFR 964: .3;
HUD-50058Instr: p70 (2); p72;
p73 (2);
7465.1 Hbk: CovLtr (2);
7465.7 Gbk: s3-7; s10-1 (2);
PIH Notices: 03-05; 02-21;
01-40;
ACOP: GL-II; GL-II
ASSISTANT ....................................92
24 CFR 5: .100; .216 (4);
.300; .306; .504 (2);
HUD-50058Instr: p75;
PH Occ Gbk: CovLtr;
7465.1 Hbk: s1-1 (2);
s5-6 (2); s5-7;
7465.7 Gbk: CovLtr (3); s1-5;
AppB;
PIH Notices: 03-17; 03-11 (2);
03-05; 02-21 (2); 02-12;
02-09; 02-01; 01-43;
01-40; 01-37; 01-27 (2);
01-20 (2); 01-18; 01-17;
01-15 (3); 01-11; 01-09;
01-05; 00-52 (2); 00-51;
00-50; 00-45; 00-36;
00-35; 00-32; 00-31;
00-27 (2); 00-20; 00-19;
00-16; 00-11; 00-01;
99-52; 99-50; 99-31;
99-30; 99-21; 99-19 (5);
99-19-App1; 99-18; 99-11;
98-66; 98-53; 98-44;
98-24; 98-16; 97-12;
95-69; 95-58; 95-48 (5);
95-48 Tech Asst (3); 94-67;
94-67
ASSISTED .....................................297
24 CFR 5: .100 (10); .105;
.214 (2); .300; .306 (6);
.318 (2); .504 (2);
.508 (6); .514 (14);
.516 (4); .518 (2); .524;
.528; .601; .603; .609;
.615; .617; .653 (3);
.661; .701; .801; .901;
.902 (2); .905 (2);
24 CFR 945: .105;
24 CFR 960: .102; .203;
.204 (2); .255; .403;
24 CFR 964: .410 (4);
.415 (2); .420; .430;
24 CFR 966: .2; .4(L)(5) (3);
HUD-50058: p i; p5; p v;
p xi; p17;
HUD-50058Instr: p9 (2);
p11 (2); p12 (2); p13;
p18; p19 (3); p25 (2);
p26; p27 (2); p28; p37;
p43 (2); p44 (2); p47 (4);
p63; p70; p71 (2); p72;
p74 (6); p75 (4); p76 (2);
HUD-903-1: p4; p5;
HUD-9886: p1 (5); p2;
PH Occ Gbk: s1.1; s2.2 (5);
s3.0; s4.0; s4.6 (3);
s6.6; s7.2 (2); s7.3;
s7.6; s7.7; s10.1; s10.7;
s10.9; s16.2 (2); s17.2;
s17.6 (3); Ap1-227 (3);
Ap1-229 (5); Ap1-231;
Ap1-232; Ap3-259; Ap3-260;
Ap3-279; Ap4-294; Ap8-362;
7465.1 Hbk: s3-2; s4-2; s6;
7465.7 Gbk: CovLtr (2); s1-1;
s1-5; s4-4; s5-1;
s6-1 (2); s10-1 (2); s10-2;
ApB Q11 (3); ApB Q12;
ApB Q16; ApB Q18; ApB Q19;
ApB Q32; ApB Q34; ApB Q35;
ApB Q37; ApB Q42; AppD;
AppF;
PIH Notices: 03-17; 03-11 (5);
03-05 (5); 02-01;
01-40 (6); 01-27 (6);
01-15 (5); 01-09; 00-45;
00-36 (9); 00-11 (9);
00-11A; 00-01; 99-52;
99-18; 99-11 (3); 98-66;
97-12 (2); 95-48 (4);
95-48 Tech Asst (3);
ACOP: 2B; 2E; 2F (2); 6C;
ASSISTED FAMILIES ......................7
24 CFR 5: .661;
PIH Notices: 00-36; 00-11;
ACOP: 6C; GL-II (2); PI-C
ASSISTED FAMILY .........................6
HUD-50058Instr: p74; p75;
PH Occ Gbk: s2.2;
7465.7 Gbk: ApB Q37;
PIH Notices: 03-05; 01-40
ASSISTED FAMILY MEMBER .......1
ACOP: 2B
ASSISTED FAMILY'S ......................1
PIH Notices: 00-11
ASSISTED HOUSEHOLD ................4
HUD-50058Instr: p43; p44;
p47; p47
ASSISTED HOUSEHOLDS ..............1
PH Occ Gbk: s7.2
ASSISTED HOUSING ....................90
24 CFR 5: .100 (2); .514;
.524; .528; .901;
.902 (2); .905;
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24 CFR 960: .102; .203;
.204 (2); .255;
24 CFR 966: .2; .4(L)(5) (2);
HUD-50058Instr: p18; p25 (2);
p26; p27; p72;
HUD-903-1: p5;
HUD-9886: p1 (4);
PH Occ Gbk: s2.2 (4); s3.0;
s4.0; s4.6 (3); s7.7;
s10.9; s17.2; s17.6 (2);
Ap1-227 (2); Ap1-229 (5);
Ap1-231; Ap3-259; Ap3-260;
Ap8-362;
PIH Notices: 03-17; 03-11 (5);
02-01; 01-40; 01-27 (6);
01-15 (4); 01-09; 00-45;
00-36; 00-11 (4); 99-52;
99-18; 99-11 (2);
97-12 (2); 95-48;
ACOP: 2E; 2F (2); 12C;
GL-II
ASSISTED HOUSING PROGRAM . 2
24 CFR 5: .905;
7465.1 Hbk: s3-2
ASSISTED HOUSING PROGRAMS12
HUD-50058: p i;
HUD-9886: p1; p2;
PH Occ Gbk: s16.2;
7465.7 Gbk: CovLtr (2); s1-1;
s1-5; ApD;
PIH Notices: 00-11; 00-01;
98-66
ASSISTED HOUSING'S................... 1
PH Occ Gbk: s16.2
ASSISTED LIVING .......................... 1
PH Occ Gbk: s7.6
ASSISTING ..................................... 15
24 CFR 964: .205; .308;
HUD-903-1: p2;
PH Occ Gbk: s19.1; s19.7;
Ap8-389;
7465.1 Hbk: s6 (2);
PIH Notices: 02-21; 01-20;
00-36; 00-11A; 95-58;
95-48; 95-48 Tech Asst
ASSISTIVE ..................................... 27
PH Occ Gbk: s10.2 (2);
s10.3 (2); s16.1;
Ap7-315 (3);
PIH Notices: 02-01; 99-52;
95-48 (8);
95-48 Tech Asst (8);
ACOP: 6O
ASSISTIVE ANIMAL ...................... 5
PH Occ Gbk: s10.2 (2); Ap7-315;
PIH Notices: 02-01; 99-52
ASSISTIVE ANIMAL CARE .......... 2
PH Occ Gbk: s10.3; s10.3
ASSISTIVE ANIMALS .................... 4
PH Occ Gbk: s16.1; Ap7-315 (2);
ACOP: 6O
ASSISTS ............................................ 7
24 CFR 5: .303;
HUD-50058Instr: p70;
PH Occ Gbk: Ap8-352;
PIH Notices: 01-15;
ACOP: 6Q; 9M; 11D
ASSOCIATED ................................ 35
24 CFR 5: .318;
HUD-50058: p xiv; p xvi (2);
HUD-50058Instr: p56; p59;
p60;
PH Occ Gbk: s1.1; s1.2;
s4.10; s6.10; s7.7;
s10.1; s10.2; s10.5;
s11.7; Ap2-241; Ap3-251;
Ap8-368;
7465.1 Hbk: s4-2; s5-1 (2);
PIH Notices: 03-17; 03-11;
02-21 (4); 01-27 (3);
01-15; 01-09; 99-31;
ACOP: 7D
ASSOCIATES ................................... 3
PIH Notices: 02-01; 99-52;
95-58
ASSOCIATION .............................. 35
24 CFR 5: .214 (2);
HUD-50058: p xiv;
HUD-50058Instr: p56; p71 (2);
HUD-903: p2;
PH Occ Gbk: s7.5; s10.1 (2);
s19.7; Ap2-241;
Ap3-281 (2);
7465.1 Hbk: s4-1;
PIH Notices: 03-11; 01-27;
01-15 (2); 99-11 (3);
95-48 (5);
95-48 Tech Asst (5);
ACOP: GL-I (2); GL-II
ASSOCIATIONS .............................. 2
PIH Notices: 02-21; 01-20
ASSUME ......................................... 13
24 CFR 5: .214 (3); .363;
24 CFR 964: .18; .205; .225;
HUD-50058Instr: p23;
PH Occ Gbk: s4.11; s7.7 (2);
Ap3-254;
7465.1 Hbk: s4-2
ASSUMES ......................................... 2
ACOP: 9C; GL-II
ASYLUM ........................................ 28
24 CFR 5: .518 (3);
PH Occ Gbk: s7.3 (5);
7465.7 Gbk: s3-1 (2);
s6-4 (6); AppC (4);
AppF (7); AppF
AT LEAST 61 ................................... 1
7465.1 Hbk: s3-4
AT RISK ............................................ 1
PIH Notices: 00-35
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ATTACHMENT ..............................43
HUD-50058: p iv;
HUD-50058Instr: p17;
HUD-903: p1; p2;
PH Occ Gbk: Ap4-301; Ap6-312;
Ap7-316;
7465.7 Gbk: CovLtr;
PIH Notices: 03-17 (8); 02-09;
01-09 (2); 01-09A (2);
01-09B (5); 01-09C (2);
00-36 (2); 00-11 (5);
00-11A (2); 99-19; 98-53;
95-48 (2); 94-67;
ACOP: 9C
ATTACHMENTS ............................13
HUD-903: p1;
PH Occ Gbk: s6.11;
Ap4-302 (2); Ap7-317;
7465.7 Gbk: CovLtr (2);
PIH Notices: 03-17; 01-09;
99-19 (3); 94-67
ATTACK ............................................5
PH Occ Gbk: s11.1; Ap3-269;
PIH Notices: 99-11;
ACOP: 8D; 10
ATTEND SCHOOL ...........................8
HUD-50058Instr: p61;
PH Occ Gbk: Ap8-353;
PIH Notices: 95-48;
95-48 Tech Asst;
ACOP: 6B; 6N; 11G; 11G
ATTENDANT CARE ......................34
24 CFR 5: .603; .611 (2);
HUD-50058Instr: p34; p71;
PH Occ Gbk: s10.2 (6);
Ap3-282 (2); Ap8-318 (2);
Ap8-368 (3); Ap8-370 (2);
Ap8-371; Ap8-372 (2);
Ap8-376 (2);
PIH Notices: 01-15 (2);
ACOP: 6B; 7D; 7H (2);
GL-I (2); GL-II
ATTENDING SCHOOL ....................6
24 CFR 5: .603;
HUD-50058Instr: p72;
PH Occ Gbk: s7.1;
ACOP: 3D; 6N; GL-II
ATTORNEY ....................................32
24 CFR 5: .514;
24 CFR 964: .310;
HUD-903: p2;
PH Occ Gbk: s7.3; s10.1;
s17.2 (3);
7465.7 Gbk: s3-1 (3);
s3-6 (2); s6-4; s9-2;
AppC (2); AppF (4);
PIH Notices: 95-48 (2);
95-48 Tech Asst (2);
ACOP: 6J; 6K (3); 7F; 11G;
PI-I
ATTORNEY FEES ............................6
PH Occ Gbk: s17.2 (3);
ACOP: 6K (2); 6K
ATTORNEY GENERAL .................15
PH Occ Gbk: s7.3;
7465.7 Gbk: s3-1 (2);
s3-6 (2); s6-4; ApC (2);
ApF (3);
PIH Notices: 95-48 (2);
95-48 Tech Asst;
95-48 Tech Asst
ATTORNEYS ....................................1
PH Occ Gbk: s19.7
ATTORNEY'S .................................19
24 CFR 5: .318; .903;
24 CFR 966: .6 (2);
PH Occ Gbk: Ap4-296;
PIH Notices: 95-48 (5);
95-48 Tech Asst (5);
ACOP: 6K; 7-I; 7K; 12B
ATTORNEY'S FEES .......................15
24 CFR 5: .318; .903;
24 CFR 966: .6 (2);
PH Occ Gbk: Ap4-296;
PIH Notices: 95-48 (5);
95-48 Tech Asst (4);
95-48 Tech Asst
ATTRIBUTABLE ............................16
24 CFR 5: .318 (2); .615;
.617 (2);
24 CFR 960: .255 (2); .707;
PH Occ Gbk: s16.2 (2);
Ap8-369;
7465.1 Hbk: App3;
PIH Notices: 01-09A; 95-48;
95-48 Tech Asst;
ACOP: 11D
ATTRIBUTED ...................................4
PH Occ Gbk: Int; s14.1;
s14.3;
7465.1 Hbk: s4-1
ATTRIBUTES ...................................7
24 CFR 960: .203;
PH Occ Gbk: s4.1; s7.7;
Ap1-236; Ap3-250;
7465.1 Hbk: s4-1;
ACOP: 2G
AUDIT .............................................29
24 CFR 5: .107 (2); .801;
24 CFR 960: .206;
24 CFR 964: .150; .230 (8);
.310 (2); .350;
PH Occ Gbk: s3.6; s3.8 (2);
s6.5; s8.5; s14.3;
Ap1-227;
7465.1 Hbk: s3-5;
PIH Notices: 02-21 (2); 95-48;
95-48 Tech Asst;
ACOP: PI-A
AUDIT FINDINGS ............................1
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AUDIT STANDARDS ...................... 2
24 CFR 964: .230; .230
AUDIT TRAIL .................................. 2
24 CFR 960: .206;
PH Occ Gbk: s6.5
AUDITABLE .................................... 2
PH Occ Gbk: Int Pt2; s8.3
AUDITED ......................................... 7
24 CFR 5: .801 (3);
24 CFR 964: .230;
7465.1 Hbk: s1-2; s5-6;
ACOP: 7E
AUDITED FINANCIAL
STATEMENTS ................................. 3
24 CFR 5: .801 (2); .801
AUDITOR ......................................... 1
ACOP: 1H
AUDITORIUM ................................. 4
PIH Notices: 95-48 (2);
95-48 Tech Asst;
95-48 Tech Asst
AUDITORS ....................................... 1
ACOP: 1H
AUDITS ............................................ 1
PH Occ Gbk: s3.0
AUGUST ......................................... 37
HUD-50058Instr: p14;
PH Occ Gbk: s6.2; s10.9 (2);
7465.7 Gbk: s3-7;
PIH Notices: 02-21; 01-27 (2);
01-20 (4); 00-36 (2);
00-35; 00-32 (3);
00-31 (3); 00-27 (6);
98-44 (3); 97-12; 94-67;
ACOP: 11B (4); GL-I
AUTHENTICITY .............................. 1
ACOP: PI-C
AUTHORITIES ............................... 79
24 CFR 945: .301;
24 CFR 960: .103; .403 (2);
24 CFR 964: .140; .305 (2);
HUD-50058Instr: p73 (2);
PH Occ Gbk: Int Pt2; s1.1;
s1.2; s6.1; s6.3 (2);
s6.4; s6.12; s7.0; s8.2;
s9.2; s12.1; s13.0;
s13.2 (2); s17.5 (2);
Ap8-364; Ap8-367; Ap8-369;
Ap8-372;
7465.7 Gbk: CovLtr (3); s1-1;
s1-6; s2-1 (2); AppH;
PIH Notices: 03-11; 02-09;
02-01 (2); 01-05 (2);
00-19; 00-11A; 99-52 (2);
99-31; 99-19 (2); 99-18;
98-16; 97-12 (4); 95-69;
95-58 (10); 95-48 (6);
95-48 Tech Asst (2);
ACOP: 9M; 10; GL-II
AUTHORITY ................................ 325
24 CFR 5: .100 (2); .110;
.210; .234; .300; .303;
.306; .327; .350 (2);
.360 (2); .363 (4); .400;
.500; .601; .901 (2);
.903 (5); .905;
24 CFR 960: .205 (2); .705;
24 CFR 964: .105; .205;
HUD-50058: p i; p xv;
HUD-50058Instr: p3; p58;
p73 (2); p74 (2);
HUD-903: p3;
HUD-9886: p1 (2);
PH Occ Gbk: Int; Int Pt1;
Int App; s1.2; s7.0;
s9.0 (2); s13.0; s13.2;
s14.0; s15.2 (3); s15.6;
s15.7; s15.8 (3); s16.3;
s17.5 (5); s17.6; s19.2;
s19.5; s19.7; Ap1-227;
Ap1-231 (3); Ap1-232;
Ap1-233; Ap2-240; Ap2-243;
Ap2-244; Ap3-249 (2);
Ap3-258; Ap3-274; Ap3-281;
Ap4-286; Ap4-287; Ap4-294;
Ap4-300; Ap6-309 (3);
Ap6-310 (9); Ap6-311 (5);
Ap7-316 (3); Ap8-320 (3);
Ap8-322; Ap8-323 (5);
Ap8-326; Ap8-327; Ap8-328;
Ap8-331; Ap8-332; Ap8-333;
Ap8-334; Ap8-335; Ap8-337;
Ap8-340 (3); Ap8-341;
Ap8-351; Ap8-359 (4);
Ap8-362; Ap8-363; Ap8-364;
Ap8-365; Ap8-366; Ap8-367;
Ap8-368; Ap8-369; Ap8-370;
Ap8-371; Ap8-372; Ap8-373;
Ap8-374; Ap8-376; Ap8-377;
Ap8-378; Ap8-380; Ap8-381;
Ap8-382; Ap8-384; Ap8-387;
Ap8-390; Ap8-392; Ap8-393;
7465.1 Hbk: s3-2 (2); s3-5;
7465.7 Gbk: s1-1; s1-2;
s2-1 (5); s7-7; s10-3;
s11-4 (2); s11-5 (2);
ApB Q40; AppC; AppF;
PIH Notices: 03-11;
02-21 (25); 01-20 (8);
01-15 (6); 01-09C (2);
01-05; 00-52 (2); 00-27;
00-19; 99-19-App1 (2);
99-18; 99-11; 98-16;
97-12; 95-58 (27);
95-48 (2);
95-48 Tech Asst (2);
94-67 (2);
ACOP: 1Intro (2); 1A (2);
1C; 1D (3); 1E (2); 1F;
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1G; 1H; 1K; 1L (2);
2Intro; 2E; 2F (3);
2G (5); 3Intro; 3B;
4Intro; 4B; 4L (2);
5Intro; 6S; 7Intro; 8A;
9C; 10 (7); 12Intro;
13A (2); 13B; 13D; 14;
14A; GL-II (3); GL-III (2);
PI-B; PI-D; PI-D
AUTHORITY'S ................................13
PH Occ Gbk: s15.5; s17.5;
Ap3-276; Ap6-311 (3);
Ap6-314; Ap8-380;
7465.7 Gbk: AppC; AppD;
PIH Notices: 97-12; 95-58;
ACOP: 4O
AUTHORITY-WIDE .........................1
24 CFR 964: .105
AUTHORIZATION .........................34
24 CFR 5: .230;
24 CFR 960: .205;
24 CFR 966: .6 (3);
HUD-50058Instr: p2 (3); p3;
HUD-9886: p1;
PH Occ Gbk: s2.2; s7.3;
s17.2; Ap1-228; Ap4-293;
7465.1 Hbk: s3-5 (4); s6-2;
App2;
7465.7 Gbk: s6-4; AppF;
PIH Notices: 99-11; 94-67;
ACOP: 1J; 7Intro; 7A;
7B (2); 7E; 7-I; PI-C;
PI-E
AUTHORIZE ...................................34
24 CFR 5: .210; .214;
HUD-50058Instr: p71;
PH Occ Gbk: s4.7; s6.4;
s17.6; s19.6; Ap8-322;
Ap8-327; Ap8-342; Ap8-343;
Ap8-344; Ap8-345; Ap8-346;
Ap8-347; Ap8-348; Ap8-349;
Ap8-350; Ap8-362; Ap8-364;
Ap8-365; Ap8-366; Ap8-367;
Ap8-369; Ap8-372; Ap8-373;
Ap8-377; Ap8-379; Ap8-381;
Ap8-386; Ap8-392; Ap8-394;
PIH Notices: 03-11; 01-15
AUTHORIZED ................................97
24 CFR 5: .100; .306; .309;
.360; .363; .609; .661;
.903 (5);
24 CFR 945: .101;
24 CFR 960: .253; .255;
24 CFR 964: .200 (2); .230;
.350;
24 CFR 966: .4(d); .6 (2);
HUD-50058: p i;
HUD-50058Instr: p72; p73;
p75;
HUD-9886: p1;
PH Occ Gbk: s1.1; s4.8;
s9.5; s17.2 (2); s17.6;
Ap1-231 (2); Ap3-267 (2);
Ap3-268 (2); Ap4-295;
Ap8-343; Ap8-344; Ap8-345;
Ap8-346; Ap8-347; Ap8-348;
Ap8-349; Ap8-350; Ap8-359;
Ap8-360; Ap8-370; Ap8-377;
Ap8-379;
7465.1 Hbk: s3-5;
7465.7 Gbk: s1-6; s2-1 (2);
s3-7; s7-6;
PIH Notices: 03-17; 03-11 (8);
02-09; 01-09C; 00-52 (3);
00-11A; 99-19 (2);
99-19-App1; 99-11;
95-48 (2);
95-48 Tech Asst (2);
94-67 (6);
ACOP: 1E; 2G; 4C; 9C;
10; GL-I; GL-II (2); PI-C
AUTHORIZED DESIGNEE ..............1
ACOP: 1E
AUTHORIZED REPRESENTATIVE11
24 CFR 5: .903 (3);
24 CFR 964: .230; .350;
PH Occ Gbk: Ap3-267 (2);
PIH Notices: 03-11; 94-67;
ACOP: 2G; 9C
AUTHORIZED REPRESENTATIVES
............................................................3
24 CFR 5: .903;
24 CFR 966: .6;
PH Occ Gbk: s17.2
AUTHORIZES ...................................9
24 CFR 5: .303; .903;
24 CFR 960: .205; .705;
HUD-9886: p1;
PH Occ Gbk: s10.9;
7465.1 Hbk: s3-5;
PIH Notices: 99-19;
ACOP: GL-II
AUTHORIZING ................................7
24 CFR 5: .230 (3); .659;
24 CFR 960: .259;
HUD-9886: p1; p1
AUTOMATED .................................25
24 CFR 5: .214; .512 (3);
PH Occ Gbk: s2.2; s7.0 (2);
s7.3; s7.5 (2); s10.4;
s10.9;
7465.7 Gbk: s7-2 (2); s7-4;
PIH Notices: 03-11 (3);
01-15 (3); 95-48 (2);
95-48 Tech Asst;
95-48 Tech Asst
AUTOMATIC ..................................13
24 CFR 966: .4(a);
PH Occ Gbk: s14.3; Ap4-301;
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99-11 (4); 95-48 (2);
95-48 Tech Asst;
95-48 Tech Asst
AUTOMATICALLY ...................... 19
24 CFR 960: .205; .603;
24 CFR 966: .4(a);
HUD-50058Instr: p47;
PH Occ Gbk: s4.0; s10.4;
s16.1; Ap3-250; Ap4-287;
7465.1 Hbk: s4-1; s4-2;
PIH Notices: 03-11; 01-15;
ACOP: 1D; 2B; 4C; 9B (2);
12B
AUTOMATING ................................ 1
PIH Notices: 95-58
AUTOMATION ................................ 2
PIH Notices: 95-58; 95-58
AUTOMOBILE ................................. 8
PH Occ Gbk: s10.9 (2); Ap4-294;
Ap8-326;
PIH Notices: 95-48 (2);
95-48 Tech Asst;
95-48 Tech Asst
AUTOMOBILE REPAIRS ............... 1
PH Occ Gbk: Ap4-294
AUTOMOBILES .............................. 7
24 CFR 5: .603;
HUD-50058Instr: p22; p74;
PH Occ Gbk: s10.1; Ap2-238;
Ap8-353;
ACOP: GL-II
AUTO-RELATED ............................ 1
PH Occ Gbk: Ap8-353
AUXILIARY ................................... 82
24 CFR 5: .214; .603;
.611 (2);
HUD-50058Instr: p34; p71;
p75;
PH Occ Gbk: s1.1; s10.2 (7);
Ap1-232; Ap2-238;
Ap3-282 (2); Ap8-318 (2);
Ap8-319; Ap8-368 (3);
Ap8-370 (2); Ap8-371 (3);
Ap8-373 (2); Ap8-374;
Ap8-376 (2);
7465.1 Hbk: s6;
PIH Notices: 01-15;
95-48 (17);
95-48 Tech Asst (17);
ACOP: 6B; 7D; 7H (4);
GL-I (2); GL-II (2); GL-II
AUXILIARY AID ............................. 8
PIH Notices: 95-48 (4);
95-48 Tech Asst (3);
95-48 Tech Asst
AUXILIARY AIDS ......................... 26
PH Occ Gbk: s1.1; Ap1-232;
Ap2-238;
PIH Notices: 95-48 (11);
95-48 Tech Asst (11);
ACOP: GL-II
AUXILIARY APPARATUS ........... 40
24 CFR 5: .603; .611 (2);
HUD-50058Instr: p34; p71;
PH Occ Gbk: s10.2 (7);
Ap3-282 (2); Ap8-318 (2);
Ap8-319; Ap8-368 (3);
Ap8-370 (2); Ap8-371 (3);
Ap8-373 (2); Ap8-374;
Ap8-376;
PIH Notices: 01-15;
ACOP: 6B; 7D; 7H (4);
GL-I (2); GL-II; GL-II
AUXILIARY BENEFICIARY ......... 2
24 CFR 5: .214;
HUD-50058Instr: p75
AVAILABILITY ............................. 90
24 CFR 5: .100; .516 (2);
.518 (3);
24 CFR 945: .203(b) (2);
.205(b); .303;
24 CFR 960: .202; .203;
.503 (2);
24 CFR 964: .140; .150;
.210 (2); .230; .315;
.325 (2);
PH Occ Gbk: s1.1; s3.10;
s7.5; s17.6; s19.4;
Ap1-227; Ap1-233; Ap1-234;
Ap3-260; Ap3-270;
Ap3-277 (2); Ap8-370;
Ap8-371;
7465.1 Hbk: s3-2; s4-2;
s5-7; App1;
7465.7 Gbk: s10-5 (3);
PIH Notices: 02-21; 02-01 (5);
01-20 (2); 01-15; 00-50;
00-27 (4); 99-52 (5);
99-19; 97-12 (3);
95-48 (6);
95-48 Tech Asst (6); 94-67;
ACOP: 1E; 1F; 1-I (3);
2G (2); 4Intro; 5D; 11G;
11-I
AVAILABLE ................................ 461
24 CFR 5: .234; .500; .512;
.514; .516 (9); .518 (5);
.609; .653 (8); .655 (3);
.659; .661; .703;
24 CFR 945: .105; .203(b) (2);
.203(c) (9); .205(b) (6);
.303 (5);
24 CFR 960: .206 (3); .255;
.259; .261; .605; .607;
24 CFR 964: .7; .18; .150;
.210; .220; .305; .308;
.315; .325; .330 (3);
24 CFR 966: .4(c); .4(d);
.4(a); .4(m); .51; .56;
.57;
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HUD-50058: p viii; p ix;
HUD-50058Instr: p3; p5 (5);
p18; p38; p40; p68;
p70; p75 (2);
HUD-903: p1; p2 (2); p4;
PH Occ Gbk: Int; Int Pt1;
Int Pt4; s1.2 (5); s2.2;
s3.4; s3.5 (2); s3.6 (6);
s3.7; s3.10 (4); s3.11 (2);
s4.6 (5); s4.9; s4.10 (5);
s5.3; s5.5; s6.3 (2);
s6.7; s6.8; s6.9 (3);
s6.12 (3); s7.0 (3); s7.2;
s7.3; s7.4 (2); s7.5 (2);
s7.6; s8.0; s8.1 (3);
s8.6 (2); s8.7 (2); s9.4;
s10.1; s10.2 (3); s10.7;
s10.9 (3); s12.2; s12.6;
s12.7; s14.3; s15.1;
s17.2; s17.6; s18.7;
s18.8; s18.9; Ap1-230 (2);
Ap1-232; Ap1-234; Ap1-236;
Ap1-237; Ap2-245; Ap3-251;
Ap3-254 (2); Ap3-255 (3);
Ap3-256 (2); Ap3-258;
Ap3-263 (2); Ap3-264 (2);
Ap3-266; Ap3-267; Ap3-268;
Ap3-273; Ap4-287; Ap4-291;
Ap4-294; Ap4-297 (2);
Ap5-306 (2); Ap8-330;
Ap8-332; Ap8-340 (2);
7465.1 Hbk: s1-1; s2-1 (2);
s2-3 (2); s3-2 (2);
s4-2 (2); s5-1; s5-2;
s5-3; s5-4; s5-5;
s5-6 (2); s5-7 (4); s6;
s6-2; s6-3;
7465.7 Gbk: CovLtr (4); s1-1;
s1-3; s1-5; s1-6;
s2-1 (2); s4-3; s9-1;
s9-3; s10-2 (6); s10-5 (2);
ApB Q34; ApB Q35; AppF (4);
PIH Notices: 03-17 (4);
02-21 (2); 02-01 (18);
01-37; 01-27; 01-20 (2);
01-15 (5); 01-09C (2);
00-50 (7); 00-36;
00-27 (3); 00-11 (4);
00-01; 99-52 (18);
99-19 (5); 98-66;
97-12 (11); 95-58 (2);
95-48 (24);
95-48 Tech Asst (24);
94-67 (4);
ACOP: 1B; 1D (2); 1E; 1K;
2B; 2F; 3A; 3D;
4Intro (2); 4A (2); 4B;
4C; 4G (2); 4H (3);
4-I (3); 4N; 4O (2); 4P;
5B (2); 5D; 6F; 7A (2);
7E; 7-I; 7K (2); 9E (2);
11D; 11G; 11-I; 13B;
13F (3); 14B; GL-II;
GL-III
AVAILABLE FOR OCCUPANCY ...8
24 CFR 5: .653 (3);
24 CFR 945: .203(c) (3);
7465.1 Hbk: s6-2;
ACOP: 4-I
AVERAGE INCOME ........................4
ACOP: 4L (3); 4L
AVERAGE INCOMES ......................1
ACOP: 4L
AVOID .............................................65
24 CFR 960: .253;
24 CFR 966: .4(L)(5);
PH Occ Gbk: s4.6 (4); s6.0;
s6.1; s6.9; s7.7 (2);
s10.9; s14.1; s17.2;
s17.6 (2); s18.5;
Ap3-258 (2); Ap3-269;
Ap4-293 (2); Ap4-294;
Ap8-340; Ap8-381;
Ap8-386 (3); Ap8-387;
Ap8-389; Ap8-390;
7465.1 Hbk: s2-1; s2-3;
s3-2; s3-5; s5-1; s5-2;
s5-3; s5-4; s6-1 (2);
7465.7 Gbk: s2-1; ApB Q20;
PIH Notices: 03-11 (2); 01-15;
00-11A; 99-31; 99-11;
95-48 (3);
95-48 Tech Asst (3);
ACOP: 1B; 2E (2); 2G;
4C (2); 5B; 7K; 14A;
PI-A
AVOID VACANCIES .......................4
7465.1 Hbk: s5-1; s5-2; s6-1;
ACOP: 5B
AVOIDED ..........................................2
7465.7 Gbk: AppH;
ACOP: 8B
AVOIDING ......................................11
PH Occ Gbk: s4.10 (2); s5.0;
s6.4; s19.4; Ap8-382 (2);
Ap8-388 (2); Ap8-389;
Ap8-389
AVOIDS .............................................2
PH Occ Gbk: s10.1;
7465.1 Hbk: s4-1
AWARD LETTERS ...........................3
PH Occ Gbk: s7.4 (2);
PIH Notices: 01-15
AWAY AT SCHOOL ........................4
PH Occ Gbk: s5.4; Ap3-262;
7465.1 Hbk: s5-1;
ACOP: 5A
AWAY FROM HOME ......................3
HUD-50058Instr: p26;
ACOP: 7E; 11G
AWAY IN THE MILITARY .............2
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7465.1 Hbk: s5-1;
ACOP: 5A
BABIES ............................................. 1
PH Occ Gbk: s5.4
BABY ................................................ 1
PH Occ Gbk: s7.2
BACK PAYMENT ............................ 1
ACOP: 6A
BACK PAYMENTS ......................... 1
PH Occ Gbk: s7.4
BACK RENT ..................................... 7
24 CFR 5: .630 (3);
PH Occ Gbk: s11.6; Ap3-270;
Ap3-271; Ap3-271
BACKGROUND ............................. 40
24 CFR 5: .901; .905;
24 CFR 960: .204;
HUD-50058: p5; p v;
HUD-50058Instr: p ii; p19;
p77;
PH Occ Gbk: s4.5; s6.7;
s7.11 (2); s12.2; Ap1-231;
Ap3-258; Ap6-309;
7465.7 Gbk: CovLtr; s1-3;
s1-6; AppH;
PIH Notices: 03-17; 03-11;
02-01; 01-27; 01-15;
01-05; 00-52; 00-50;
00-11 (2); 00-01; 99-52;
99-11; 98-66; 95-58;
95-48 (2); 94-67;
ACOP: 2F; 7J
BACKGROUNDS ............................. 2
24 CFR 5: .661;
PH Occ Gbk: Ap3-252
BAD REPORT .................................. 1
7465.1 Hbk: s4-3
BALANCE ...................................... 28
24 CFR 960: .255;
HUD-50058: p17;
HUD-50058Instr: p51; p62;
PH Occ Gbk: s3.8 (2); s4.1;
s4.6 (2); s10.9 (2);
Ap3-276; Ap8-360 (4);
7465.1 Hbk: s6-1; s6-3;
PIH Notices: 03-05; 02-21;
01-40; 01-20; 97-12;
ACOP: 6K; 6R; 8E; 14B;
14B
BALANCES ...................................... 2
PH Occ Gbk: Ap3-258; Ap3-271
BALANCING TEST ......................... 1
ACOP: 2G
BALCONIES ..................................... 1
ACOP: 10
BALCONY ........................................ 2
24 CFR 5: .703; .703
BAN ................................................... 1
PH Occ Gbk: s4.6
BANK .............................................. 17
HUD-903: p1; p2;
HUD-903-1: p5 (2);
PH Occ Gbk: s6.3; s7.2;
s10.2; s15.2; Ap6-309;
Ap8-334; Ap8-359;
PIH Notices: 99-19; 95-48;
95-48 Tech Asst;
ACOP: 7E (2); 7F
BANK ACCOUNT ........................... 2
PH Occ Gbk: s7.2; Ap8-334
BANK STATEMENTS ..................... 3
ACOP: 7E (2); 7F
BANKERS ........................................ 1
PIH Notices: 03-11
BANKING ......................................... 2
PIH Notices: 95-48;
95-48 Tech Asst
BANKRUPTCY ................................ 5
24 CFR 5: .603;
HUD-50058Instr: p22;
PH Occ Gbk: s10.1; Ap2-243;
ACOP: 6M
BANKS .............................................. 9
HUD-50058: p6;
HUD-50058Instr: p22 (2);
PH Occ Gbk: s1.1; s6.4;
s10.1; Ap8-352; Ap8-354;
7465.1 Hbk: s2-1
BANNED .......................................... 1
PH Occ Gbk: s19.6
BAPTISMAL .................................... 2
PH Occ Gbk: s7.3;
ACOP: 7-I
BAPTISMAL CERTIFICATE .......... 1
ACOP: 7-I
BAPTISMAL CERTIFICATES ........ 1
PH Occ Gbk: s7.3
BAR ................................................... 6
24 CFR 5: .318;
PH Occ Gbk: s16.2;
PIH Notices: 95-48 (2);
95-48 Tech Asst;
95-48 Tech Asst
BARGAIN ......................................... 1
24 CFR 964: .225
BARGAINING .................................. 3
24 CFR 964: .225 (2);
PH Occ Gbk: s17.4
BARRIER FREE ............................... 1
PH Occ Gbk: s1.2
BARRIER-FREE ............................... 4
PH Occ Gbk: Ap8-341; Ap8-342;
7465.1 Hbk: s4-2; s5-2
BARRIER-FREE UNIT .................... 1
7465.1 Hbk: s4-2
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BARRIER-FREE UNITS ...................1
7465.1 Hbk: s5-2
BARRING ..........................................4
PH Occ Gbk: s17.6; s19.2;
s19.6;
PIH Notices: 99-11
BASE PAY .........................................4
PH Occ Gbk: Ap8-343 (3);
Ap8-347
BASED ...........................................440
24 CFR 5: .100; .236 (3);
.240 (2); .315 (2);
.350 (3); .353; .403;
.508; .514; .518 (2);
.528; .603; .609 (2);
.615; .653 (2); .655 (5);
.657; .659; .903 (3);
.905 (2);
24 CFR 945: .203(c) (3);
.203(f);
24 CFR 960: .204; .205 (2);
.206 (3); .253 (2);
.261 (2); .707 (3);
24 CFR 964: .7; .310; .405;
24 CFR 966: .4(c) (2);
.4(L)(5); .51; .56;
HUD-50058: p v; p6 (2);
p8 (2); p viii (2); p9 (3);
p ix (3); p10; p x (3);
p xi (2); p xii;
p xiii (2); p xiv (2);
p xvii;
HUD-50058Instr: p ii; p7;
p17; p18; p22; p23;
p25; p28; p37 (2); p39;
p40 (3); p41 (3); p42;
p44 (2); p47; p48 (2);
p50; p51; p54; p55;
p57 (2); p62; p65; p66;
p68; p74; p76 (2); p78;
HUD-903: p2 (3);
HUD-9886: p1; p2 (2);
PH Occ Gbk: Int Pt3; s1.0;
s1.1 (8); s1.2 (2);
s2.2 (2); s3.0; s3.4 (4);
s3.6 (4); s4.2; s4.6;
s4.8; s5.4; s6.3; s6.6;
s6.9 (2); s7.4; s7.7;
s8.0; s9.4; s10.0;
s10.1 (4); s10.2; s10.3;
s10.4 (4); s10.5 (2);
s10.6; s10.9 (7); s11.1;
s12.2 (2); s12.6; s13.1;
s13.4 (2); s13.5 (7);
s14.0; s14.2; s14.3 (2);
s15.4 (2); s16.2 (2);
s17.0 (2); s17.2;
s17.6 (3); s18.6;
s18.8 (2); s19.0; s19.1;
s19.2; Ap1-228;
Ap1-229 (2); Ap1-232 (2);
Ap1-233; Ap1-234; Ap1-237;
Ap2-245; Ap3-249; Ap3-250;
Ap3-255; Ap3-257 (2);
Ap3-258; Ap3-263 (3);
Ap3-269; Ap3-273; Ap3-274;
Ap3-276; Ap3-277; Ap3-278;
Ap3-281; Ap4-288; Ap4-290;
Ap4-300; Ap5-306 (2);
Ap8-339; Ap8-367; Ap8-380;
7465.1 Hbk: s1-3 (7); s2-1;
s2-3; s4-1 (3); s4-2 (4);
s5-3 (2); s5-4 (8); s5-5;
s5-6; s5-7 (10); s6-2;
s6-3 (2);
7465.7 Gbk: s1-6; s3-6;
s3-8; s6-2; s9-2; s10-5;
s10-8; s12-1 (2); ApB Q14;
ApB Q26; ApB Q32; ApB Q38;
AppD; AppF (2); AppH (6);
PIH Notices: 03-11 (3); 03-05;
02-21 (10); 02-01 (5);
01-40; 01-27; 01-20 (4);
01-15 (3); 01-05 (3);
00-52 (2); 00-50; 00-27;
00-11; 99-52 (6); 99-19;
99-19-App1 (2); 97-12 (2);
95-48 (15);
95-48 Tech Asst (13);
94-67 (5);
ACOP: 1J; 2B; 2F; 2G;
3C; 3D; 3F; 4Intro (3);
4A; 4B (2); 4C; 4M;
5B (2); 6C; 6N; 6R;
6S (2); 7C; 7D; 7E; 8D;
10 (2); 11C (3); 11D;
11F (2); 12C; 13F; GL-I;
GL-II (7); PI-I
BASELINE .......................................11
HUD-50058Instr: p1; p11;
PH Occ Gbk: s10.9 (6); s13.5;
PIH Notices: 02-01; 99-52
BASEMENT ......................................1
24 CFR 5: .703
BASES ...............................................3
24 CFR 5: .214; .653;
PH Occ Gbk: s1.2
BASIC RENT .....................................1
24 CFR 5: .520
BASIC SKILLS TRAINING .............5
24 CFR 5: .603;
HUD-50058Instr: p71;
PH Occ Gbk: s13.5;
ACOP: 6C; GL-II
BASIC SUBSISTENCE .....................1
ACOP: 6G
BASIS .............................................215
24 CFR 5: .236; .318; .350;
.353 (3); .514 (4);
.603 (2); .609; .615 (2);
.653; .661; .801;
.903 (5); .905 (3);
24 CFR 945: .105; .205(c);
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24 CFR 960: .204; .205;
.208; .503; .505;
24 CFR 964: .7; .18; .115;
.405;
24 CFR 966: .4(b); .4(c);
HUD-50058: p xv;
HUD-50058Instr: p9; p12;
p16; p25; p58; p72;
p73; p74; p75;
PH Occ Gbk: Int Pt3; s1.1 (2);
s1.2 (3); s4.10; s5.0;
s5.4; s7.4; s7.6; s7.7;
s10.1; s10.3; s14.3;
s16.2; s17.0; s17.5;
s17.6 (3); s19.3; Ap1-230;
Ap1-235; Ap3-249; Ap3-258;
Ap3-261; Ap3-263; Ap3-269;
Ap3-271; Ap3-279; Ap8-340;
Ap8-352 (2); Ap8-353;
Ap8-378; Ap8-385;
7465.1 Hbk: s3-4 (2); s3-5;
s4-2 (3); s4-3; s4-4;
s5-2; s5-3; s5-6;
7465.7 Gbk: s1-6; s3-7 (3);
s8-2; s8-3; s9-1 (2);
s9-2; ApB Q26; ApB Q32;
ApB Q40; AppF (3);
AppH (4);
PIH Notices: 03-11 (2); 03-05;
02-21 (6); 02-01 (2);
01-40; 01-20 (6);
01-15 (2); 01-05 (3);
00-27 (4); 99-52 (2);
99-19; 99-11 (3); 97-12;
95-58 (6); 95-48 (20);
95-48 Tech Asst (18);
94-67 (2);
ACOP: 1-I; 1J; 2Intro;
2B (2); 2F; 2G; 4C (2);
4L; 6-I; 6K; 7E (2);
11F; 12E; GL-I; GL-II;
GL-II
BATHING ......................................... 1
24 CFR 945: .105
BATHROOM .................................. 18
24 CFR 5: .703 (2);
PH Occ Gbk: s1.2 (2); Ap3-259;
Ap4-298; Ap8-390;
7465.1 Hbk: s4-2;
PIH Notices: 02-01 (3);
99-52 (2); 95-48 (3);
95-48 Tech Asst (2);
95-48 Tech Asst
BATHROOMS ................................ 11
PIH Notices: 02-01 (4);
99-52 (3); 95-48 (2);
95-48 Tech Asst;
95-48 Tech Asst
BATHTUB ........................................ 1
ACOP: 4C
BATTERED ...................................... 3
PH Occ Gbk: s3.7; s19.7;
ACOP: 7-I
BATTERED PERSONS .................... 1
ACOP: 7-I
BATTERER ...................................... 1
PH Occ Gbk: s19.2
BATTERIES ...................................... 7
PH Occ Gbk: s10.2; Ap3-282;
PIH Notices: 99-11 (4);
ACOP: GL-I
BATTERY ......................................... 5
PIH Notices: 99-11 (4); 99-11
BATTERYMARCH .......................... 1
PIH Notices: 99-11
BATTERY-OPERATED .................. 2
24 CFR 5: .703;
PIH Notices: 99-11
BEDROOM ..................................... 93
HUD-9886: p2;
PH Occ Gbk: s3.6; s5.0 (2);
s5.4 (12); s5.5 (2); s6.4;
s10.5; Ap3-262 (9);
Ap3-263; Ap3-269; Ap3-270;
Ap3-271; Ap8-341 (3);
Ap8-342 (3); Ap8-366;
7465.1 Hbk: s5-1 (9);
7465.7 Gbk: ApB Q39; ApB Q40;
AppH (8);
PIH Notices: 02-01 (2);
01-09B (2); 00-27;
99-52 (2);
ACOP: 2B; 2G; 3B; 3D;
5A (11); 5B (7); 5D; 8M;
9C; 9D; 11-I
BEDROOM SIZE ............................ 16
HUD-9886: p2;
7465.7 Gbk: ApB Q39; ApB Q40;
ApH (4);
PIH Notices: 01-09B (2);
ACOP: 3B; 3D; 5A (2); 5D;
8M; 9D
BEDROOM SIZES ........................... 3
PH Occ Gbk: s10.5;
7465.7 Gbk: ApH;
ACOP: 2G
BEDROOMS ................................... 84
24 CFR 5: .100; .655 (2);
24 CFR 960: .206 (2);
HUD-50058: p5; p v; p10;
p x; p11; p xi; p13;
p xiii;
HUD-50058Instr: p20 (4);
p42 (2); p43 (2); p44 (2);
p46 (2); p47 (4); p49 (2);
p53 (2); p72; p75; p76;
PH Occ Gbk: s3.0 (2);
s5.0 (2); s5.4 (3); s5.5;
s6.9; s10.6; Ap3-259;
Ap3-262; Ap3-263 (2);
Ap3-269 (2); Ap8-390;
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7465.1 Hbk: s2-1; s5-1 (9);
s6-1 (2);
PIH Notices: 95-48 (2);
95-48 Tech Asst (2);
ACOP: 5A (8); 11-I (2);
GL-II (4); GL-II
BEGINNING ....................................57
24 CFR 5: .518 (2); .617 (2);
.630 (8);
24 CFR 960: .255 (2); .600;
.707;
24 CFR 964: .345;
24 CFR 966: .4(b);
HUD-50058Instr: p14; p16 (2);
PH Occ Gbk: s6.6; s7.6;
s9.2; s10.9 (4); s12.2;
Ap1-237; Ap1-238; Ap3-280;
Ap4-300; Ap8-324; Ap8-364;
Ap8-367; Ap8-372;
7465.7 Gbk: s10-5 (2);
ApB Q21;
PIH Notices: 01-09 (2);
01-09B; 00-36; 00-11A;
99-52; 99-19; 95-48 (2);
95-48 Tech Asst (2);
ACOP: 2F; 6C (4); 6C
BEHAVIOR .....................................82
24 CFR 5: .360;
24 CFR 960: .203 (3);
.204 (2);
24 CFR 966: .4(L)(5);
PH Occ Gbk: Int Pt2; s4.0;
s4.1 (2); s4.2; s4.3;
s4.6 (5); s4.8; s4.10 (2);
s6.7 (2); s7.6 (6);
s7.7 (3); s7.8; s9.5 (2);
s17.6; s19.3; Ap1-236 (2);
Ap2-242; Ap3-250 (2);
Ap3-258; Ap3-259;
Ap3-260 (3); Ap3-261 (5);
Ap3-268; Ap8-389 (3);
7465.1 Hbk: s4-1; s4-2 (4);
PIH Notices: 02-01; 99-52;
95-48; 95-48 Tech Asst;
ACOP: 2E; 2F (3); 2G (10);
9D; 10; PI-D
BEHAVIORAL ..................................1
PH Occ Gbk: s4.6
BEHAVIORS .....................................2
PH Occ Gbk: s4.6; s4.6
BENEFICIAL .....................................5
PH Occ Gbk: s14.0 (2); s17.0;
7465.1 Hbk: s6-1;
PIH Notices: 00-52
BENEFICIARIES ..............................7
PH Occ Gbk: Ap1-232;
PIH Notices: 95-48 (3);
95-48 Tech Asst (2);
95-48 Tech Asst
BENEFICIARY .................................2
24 CFR 5: .214;
HUD-50058Instr: p75
BENEFIT .......................................124
24 CFR 5: .520 (4); .528;
.615 (6); .655;
24 CFR 960: .206; .601;
24 CFR 964: .18;
24 CFR 966: .4(f);
HUD-50058Instr: p16 (2); p28;
p29; p70; p71; p73;
p75;
HUD-903: p1;
PH Occ Gbk: Int Pt3; s1.1;
s1.2; s7.4; s7.5; s7.8;
s10.1 (2); s10.9 (2);
s13.5 (5); s14.0; s14.3;
s15.0; s16.1 (2); s17.6;
Ap2-245; Ap3-249; Ap3-255;
Ap3-264; Ap4-289; Ap4-292;
Ap4-300; Ap8-395 (2);
7465.1 Hbk: s1-3; s3-4;
s4-1; s4-2; s5-4;
s5-7 (2); s6-1;
7465.7 Gbk: s3-8; s6-1;
AppF;
PIH Notices: 02-01; 01-15;
01-09; 00-11 (2); 00-11A;
99-52; 99-19; 99-19-App1;
95-58 (2); 95-48 (10);
95-48 Tech Asst (10);
ACOP: 1D; 2G; 4G;
BENEFIT AWARD LETTERS .........1
ACOP: 7-I
BENEFIT CHECKS ...........................1
PH Occ Gbk: s7.4
BENEFITED ......................................4
PIH Notices: 95-48 (2);
95-48 Tech Asst;
95-48 Tech Asst
BENEFITS .....................................299
24 CFR 5: .210; .214; .230;
.232; .236; .528;
.609 (6); .613 (2);
.615 (13); .617 (2); .630;
.661 (2);
24 CFR 960: .255 (2); .601;
24 CFR 964: .12; .15; .345;
24 CFR 966: .55(e);
HUD-50058: p6; p16; p xvi;
HUD-50058Instr: p3; p16 (2);
p17; p27 (3); p28 (8);
p29 (18); p31; p32;
p60 (3); p71 (4); p75;
HUD-903: p2;
HUD-9886: p1 (9); p2;
PH Occ Gbk: Int; s1.1;
s1.2 (2); s3.10; s7.0 (2);
s7.2 (2); s7.4; s7.5 (4);
s7.6; s10.1 (8); s10.9 (4);
s13.5 (7); s15.4; s19.4;
Ap1-228; Ap2-238; Ap2-241;
Ap2-245; Ap3-251;
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Ap3-278 (2); Ap3-279 (6);
Ap3-280 (5); Ap5-306;
Ap8-318 (2); Ap8-322;
Ap8-325; Ap8-328 (2);
Ap8-329; Ap8-345; Ap8-348;
Ap8-349 (6); Ap8-395 (7);
7465.1 Hbk: s3-4 (5); s4-1;
s4-2 (4); s4-3; s6-1;
7465.7 Gbk: s3-8; ApB Q28;
AppD;
PIH Notices: 03-17; 02-21 (2);
02-01; 01-20; 01-15 (8);
00-50; 00-11 (2);
00-11A (5); 99-52; 97-12;
95-48 (17);
95-48 Tech Asst (17);
ACOP: 2B (2); 4Q; 6C (2);
6Q (2); 7E (13); 7-I;
11D (10); 13F; GL-I (11);
GL-II (8); PI-Intro (2);
PI-C
BETTER ACCESS ............................ 7
24 CFR 964: .3; .7 (3); .24;
.300; .308
BIAS .................................................. 1
PH Occ Gbk: s7.7
BIENNIAL ........................................ 2
24 CFR 945: .203(a); .203(f)
BIENNIAL UPDATE ....................... 2
24 CFR 945: .203(a); .203(f)
BILINGUAL ..................................... 2
ACOP: 1F; 1F
BILL ................................................ 29
24 CFR 5: .632 (2);
24 CFR 945: .105;
24 CFR 960: .253;
HUD-50058: p i;
HUD-50058Instr: p7; p15;
PH Occ Gbk: s7.4; s14.1;
s14.4; Ap2-243;
Ap3-276 (2); Ap4-289 (3);
Ap8-352 (2); Ap8-355 (4);
Ap8-384; Ap8-392;
PIH Notices: 03-11;
ACOP: 6R (2); 7-I; GL-II
BILLED ........................................... 27
HUD-50058: p10 (2); p x;
p11 (2); p xi; p13 (2);
p xiii; p14 (2); p xiv;
HUD-50058Instr: p42 (3);
p46 (3); p53 (3); p56 (3);
PIH Notices: 03-11;
ACOP: 9G; 9M
BILLING ........................................... 4
HUD-50058Instr: p70;
PH Occ Gbk: s14.3;
PIH Notices: 03-11; 03-11
BILLION ........................................... 2
PH Occ Gbk: Int;
PIH Notices: 00-50
BILLS .............................................. 48
HUD-50058Instr: p10; p42;
p46; p53; p56;
PH Occ Gbk: s4.6; s10.1;
s10.2; s14.0 (2);
s14.1 (3); Ap3-257;
Ap3-259; Ap3-276; Ap3-282;
Ap3-283; Ap4-294;
Ap4-296 (2); Ap8-326;
Ap8-332; Ap8-354;
Ap8-355 (2); Ap8-387 (3);
7465.1 Hbk: s4-3; s6-1 (2);
PIH Notices: 01-15; 95-48 (3);
95-48 Tech Asst (3);
ACOP: 4C; 7F; 7H (2); 7-I;
7K (2); GL-I; GL-II
BINDING ........................................ 12
24 CFR 966: .57;
PH Occ Gbk: s17.4; s18.9;
Ap1-239; Ap5-308;
PIH Notices: 99-11 (2);
ACOP: 1C; 2G; 13F (2);
GL-II
BIOLOGICAL PARENT .................. 1
PH Occ Gbk: Ap2-241
BIRD .................................................. 1
24 CFR 5: .306
BIRTH ............................................. 66
24 CFR 5: .504;
24 CFR 966: .4(a);
HUD-50058: p3 (6); p iii;
p4 (6); p iv;
HUD-50058Instr: p14 (2); p74;
PH Occ Gbk: s2.2; s5.4;
s6.3; s6.4; s7.3 (3);
s7.9; s7.10; s7.11 (2);
s9.3; s11.5; s12.2;
s17.6; Ap4-286; Ap8-320;
Ap8-321; Ap8-324; Ap8-348;
7465.1 Hbk: s2-1 (4); s3-6;
s3-7; s4-4; AppC; AppF;
PIH Notices: 03-11; 95-48;
95-48 Tech Asst;
ACOP: 5B (2); 7-I (3); 9C;
11B; 11C; 11G (4); 11-I;
GL-III; PI-C
BIRTH CERTIFICATE ..................... 5
PH Occ Gbk: s2.2; s7.3 (2);
7465.7 Gbk: s3-7;
ACOP: 7-I
BIRTH CERTIFICATES .................. 4
PH Occ Gbk: s6.3; s7.3; s7.9;
7465.1 Hbk: s2-1
BIRTH DATE ................................... 2
PH Occ Gbk: s7.11; s7.11
BIRTHDATE .................................... 1
PH Occ Gbk: Ap4-300
BIRTHPLACE .................................. 2
PH Occ Gbk: Ap8-321; Ap8-324
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BIRTHS ..............................................4
PH Occ Gbk: s17.1; Ap3-267;
Ap4-287;
ACOP: 9D
BIT .....................................................1
7465.7 Gbk: ApB Q30
BITES .................................................1
ACOP: 10
BLIND ..............................................13
24 CFR 960: .601;
HUD-50058Instr: p29;
PH Occ Gbk: s3.7; s16.1;
Ap8-345; Ap8-369;
7465.1 Hbk: App3;
PIH Notices: 03-17; 95-48 (2);
95-48 Tech Asst (2);
ACOP: 4A
BLINDNESS ......................................3
PH Occ Gbk: Ap8-369;
7465.1 Hbk: App3; App3
BLINDS .............................................1
PH Occ Gbk: Ap4-298
BLOCK GRANT ..............................14
HUD-50058Instr: p30;
PH Occ Gbk: s10.1; Ap3-281;
PIH Notices: 02-01 (3);
99-52 (3);
ACOP: 7E; GL-I; GL-II (2);
GL-II
BLOCK GRANTS .............................1
PH Occ Gbk: s1.1
BLOOD ............................................15
HUD-50058Instr: p71 (2);
PH Occ Gbk: s2.2 (3); s10.2;
s17.6 (3); Ap1-233;
Ap2-239;
7465.1 Hbk: s2-1 (3);
ACOP: 2B
BLOODED .........................................1
ACOP: 10
BMIR ..................................................6
24 CFR 5: .236;
HUD-50058Instr: p43; p47;
ACOP: GL-II (2); GL-II
BOARD ..........................................118
24 CFR 5: .609; .801;
24 CFR 964: .3; .105;
.115 (5); .120 (4);
.125 (2); .130; .205 (2);
.350; .405 (2); .410 (6);
.415 (16); .420 (2);
.425 (4); .430 (12);
24 CFR 966: .51; .57 (2);
HUD-50058Instr: p25;
PH Occ Gbk: s3.6; s3.9 (2);
s6.1; s10.1; s10.4;
s15.2; s16.2 (2);
s18.9 (2); Ap3-246 (2);
Ap3-266; Ap5-304; Ap5-305;
Ap5-308 (2); Ap6-309;
Ap7-315 (2);
PIH Notices: 03-17; 02-01 (2);
00-36 (2); 99-52 (2);
99-19 (3); 95-58;
95-48 (9);
95-48 Tech Asst (3);
94-67 (2);
ACOP: 1C; 1K; 2F; 7E;
9K; 13D; GL-I
BOARD MEMBER ..........................15
24 CFR 964: .410 (2); .415 (7);
.420 (2); .430 (3); .430
BOARD MEMBERS .........................7
24 CFR 964: .115; .205; .350;
.415;
PH Occ Gbk: Ap5-305;
PIH Notices: 00-36; 95-58
BOARD MEMBER'S .........................2
24 CFR 964: .430; .430
BOARD MEMBERSHIP ...................3
24 CFR 964: .415 (2); .415
BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS ....14
24 CFR 964: .105;
24 CFR 966: .51; .57 (2);
PH Occ Gbk: s3.9; s6.1;
s18.9 (2); Ap3-246;
Ap5-304; Ap5-308 (2);
ACOP: 1C; 13D
BOARDERS .......................................4
24 CFR 966: .4(f);
PH Occ Gbk: s17.6; Ap4-292;
ACOP: 12B
BOARDING .......................................1
PH Occ Gbk: Ap4-293
BOARDS ..........................................12
24 CFR 964: .130;
PIH Notices: 02-21; 01-20;
00-36 (4); 00-11 (2);
99-19; 95-48;
95-48 Tech Asst
BODILY INJURY ..............................3
24 CFR 5: .100;
PH Occ Gbk: Ap2-245;
ACOP: 2F
BONA FIDE .......................................2
24 CFR 964: .150;
7465.7 Gbk: s3-6
BOND .................................................3
PH Occ Gbk: Ap8-333 (2);
Ap8-333
BONDED ...........................................2
PIH Notices: 99-19; 99-19
BONDING .........................................4
24 CFR 964: .135; .225 (2);
.225
BONDS ............................................15
24 CFR 5: .603;
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HUD-50058Instr: p22; p74;
PH Occ Gbk: s10.1 (2);
Ap2-238; Ap2-243 (3);
Ap8-325; Ap8-332; Ap8-333;
ACOP: 7F; 7G; GL-II
BONUS .............................................. 1
ACOP: 7E
BONUSES ......................................... 9
24 CFR 5: .609;
HUD-50058Instr: p27;
PH Occ Gbk: s10.1 (2);
Ap3-278; Ap8-343;
ACOP: 6F (2); GL-I
BORDERLINE .................................. 2
7465.1 Hbk: s4-3; s4-3
BORROWER .................................... 2
PH Occ Gbk: Ap8-359; Ap8-359
BOTTOM OF THE WAITING LIST18
PH Occ Gbk: s3.8; s6.10;
s8.0; s8.1 (4); s8.5;
Ap3-266;
7465.1 Hbk: s5-4; s5-7 (7);
s5-7
BOY ................................................... 3
24 CFR 964: .205;
PH Occ Gbk: s15.2; Ap6-309
BOYFRIENDS .................................. 4
7465.7 Gbk: s2-1; ApB Q2;
ACOP: 2B; GL-III
BOYS ................................................ 3
24 CFR 964: .205;
PH Occ Gbk: s15.2; Ap6-309
BRAILLE ........................................ 16
PH Occ Gbk: s1.2; Ap8-340;
PIH Notices: 95-48 (7);
95-48 Tech Asst (6);
95-48 Tech Asst
BRAILLED ..................................... 14
PIH Notices: 95-48 (7);
95-48 Tech Asst (6);
95-48 Tech Asst
BRANCH SYSTEM .......................... 2
7465.1 Hbk: s5-5; s5-5
BREACH ........................................... 4
24 CFR 966: .6;
PH Occ Gbk: s17.2; Ap3-268;
ACOP: 9D
BRIBERY .......................................... 1
ACOP: 2F
BRIEFING ......................................... 3
PIH Notices: 01-15;
ACOP: PI-B; PI-I
BROAD RANGE ............................ 25
24 CFR 5: .653 (2);
PH Occ Gbk: s7.1; s19.2;
7465.1 Hbk: s1-1; s2-3;
s3-2; s5-3 (14); s5-4;
s5-6;
PIH Notices: 00-11;
ACOP: 2G
BROAD RANGE OF ...................... 25
24 CFR 5: .653 (2);
PH Occ Gbk: s7.1; s19.2;
7465.1 Hbk: s1-1; s2-3;
s3-2; s5-3 (14); s5-4;
s5-6;
PIH Notices: 00-11;
ACOP: 2G
BROAD RANGE OF INCOME ..... 19
PH Occ Gbk: s7.1;
7465.1 Hbk: s1-1; s2-3;
s5-3 (14); s5-4; s5-6
BROAD RANGE OF INCOMES ..... 4
24 CFR 5: .653 (2);
7465.1 Hbk: s3-2;
ACOP: 2G
BROCHURES ................................... 1
PH Occ Gbk: s1.2
BROKER ........................................... 7
HUD-903: p1; p2;
HUD-903-1: p5;
PH Occ Gbk: Ap1-233;
ACOP: 7F; 7G; 7G
BROKERAGE ................................... 6
HUD-903: p2;
PH Occ Gbk: s1.1 (2); Ap1-233;
Ap1-234; Ap2-243
BROKER'S ........................................ 4
HUD-903: p1;
PH Occ Gbk: s10.1;
ACOP: 7F; 7F
BROKER'S COMMISSION ............. 1
PH Occ Gbk: s10.1
BROOM CLEAN .............................. 2
PH Occ Gbk: Ap3-264; Ap3-265
BROTHER ........................................ 3
24 CFR 964: .205;
PIH Notices: 95-48;
95-48 Tech Asst
BROTHER-IN-LAW ........................ 1
7465.7 Gbk: s10-4
BROTHERS ...................................... 1
PH Occ Gbk: s15.2
BROTHER'S...................................... 1
HUD-50058Instr: p29
BRUTALITY .................................... 1
ACOP: 10
BUDGET ......................................... 63
24 CFR 5: .100; .216; .234;
.661;
24 CFR 964: .150;
HUD-50058: p i;
HUD-50058Instr: p3; p15;
p74;
HUD-9886: p1;
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PH Occ Gbk: Int App; s7.4;
s10.3 (2); s14.1; s14.3;
Ap1-227; Ap3-276;
PIH Notices: 03-17; 03-11;
02-21 (26); 01-20 (7);
01-09 (3); 01-09C; 00-27;
97-12; 95-58 (2); 94-67;
ACOP: 9M
BUDGET AUTHORITY .................31
PIH Notices: 02-21 (24);
01-20 (6); 00-27
BUDGET BILLING ...........................1
PH Occ Gbk: s14.3
BUDGETARY ...................................2
24 CFR 964: .135;
PIH Notices: 95-58
BUDGETED ......................................2
PIH Notices: 01-09; 01-09C
BUDGETING .....................................2
PH Occ Gbk: s15.3; Ap6-309
BUDGETS .........................................7
PIH Notices: 02-01; 01-09 (2);
99-52; 95-58; 94-67;
94-67
BUILDING EXTERIOR ....................3
24 CFR 5: .703 (2);
ACOP: 9M
BUILDING SYSTEM ........................1
PH Occ Gbk: s11.7
BUILDING SYSTEMS ......................4
24 CFR 5: .703 (2);
HUD-50058Instr: p73;
PIH Notices: 00-50
BUMPY ..............................................1
PH Occ Gbk: s10.9
BURDEN .........................................58
24 CFR 5: .801;
24 CFR 966: .56;
HUD-50058: p v;
HUD-903: p1;
PH Occ Gbk: s1.1; s1.2 (2);
s3.6; s4.10; s6.0; s6.1;
s6.9; s11.1; s16.1;
Ap1-234; Ap3-250; Ap3-251;
Ap5-306;
7465.7 Gbk: ApB Q20;
PIH Notices: 02-01 (10);
99-52 (10); 97-12;
95-48 (3);
95-48 Tech Asst (3);
ACOP: 1E; 4C (4); 4D (2);
7K; 8F; 11G; 13F; 13F
BURDEN OF PROOF .......................2
ACOP: 11G; 13F
BURDENED ......................................1
PIH Notices: 01-27
BURDENS .......................................19
24 CFR 5: .315;
PH Occ Gbk: s7.7; Ap1-232 (2);
Ap3-251;
PIH Notices: 95-48 (7);
95-48 Tech Asst (6);
95-48 Tech Asst
BURDENSOME-PROCEDURE .......1
7465.1 Hbk: s4-4
BURGLARY ......................................2
PH Occ Gbk: Ap8-381; Ap8-388
BUS ....................................................4
PH Occ Gbk: s10.2;
PIH Notices: 95-48;
95-48 Tech Asst;
ACOP: 7H
BUS FARE .........................................2
PH Occ Gbk: s10.2;
ACOP: 7H
BUSES ...............................................1
7465.1 Hbk: s2-3
BUSINESS .....................................114
24 CFR 5: .105 (3); .603;
.609 (4);
24 CFR 960: .205;
24 CFR 964: .7 (4); .140;
.205 (6); .308; .320;
24 CFR 966: .5; .56;
HUD-50058: p6;
HUD-50058Instr: p22; p25 (5);
p71;
HUD-903: p1; p2;
PH Occ Gbk: Int Pt2; s7.0 (2);
s7.11; s10.1 (9);
s10.3 (3); s17.5; Ap1-233;
Ap1-235; Ap2-238; Ap2-239;
Ap2-243; Ap3-251;
Ap3-278 (6); Ap3-280 (3);
Ap5-306; Ap8-322; Ap8-327;
Ap8-328; Ap8-333;
Ap8-386 (2);
PIH Notices: 01-15 (5);
00-50 (2); 95-48 (4);
95-48 Tech Asst (4);
ACOP: 1J; 7E (13); 7G; 9H;
13F; 14B (2); GL-I (6);
GL-I
BUSINESS ASSET ............................1
ACOP: 7E
BUSINESS ASSETS ..........................3
PH Occ Gbk: Ap2-238; Ap2-239;
ACOP: 7G
BUSINESS DAY ...............................3
ACOP: 9H; 14B; 14B
BUSINESS DAYS .............................5
24 CFR 960: .205;
24 CFR 966: .56;
PH Occ Gbk: s7.11; Ap5-306;
ACOP: 13F
BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT ..........3
24 CFR 964: .205 (2); .205
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BUSINESS EXPANSION ................. 6
24 CFR 5: .609;
HUD-50058Instr: p25;
PH Occ Gbk: s10.1; Ap3-278;
ACOP: 7E; GL-I
BUSINESS EXPENSES ................... 1
PIH Notices: 01-15
BUSINESS EXPERIENCE ............... 2
PH Occ Gbk: s10.1; Ap3-280
BUSINESS INCOME ....................... 3
PIH Notices: 01-15 (2); 01-15
BUSINESSES .................................. 10
24 CFR 964: .7;
HUD-50058Instr: p61;
PH Occ Gbk: s10.1 (4); s10.3;
s17.6;
PIH Notices: 00-35;
ACOP: GL-I
BUSINESS'S ..................................... 1
PH Occ Gbk: s10.1
BUY ................................................... 4
HUD-50058: p xvii;
HUD-50058Instr: p63;
HUD-903-1: p4;
PH Occ Gbk: Ap8-353
BY-LAWS ......................................... 7
24 CFR 964: .115; .120;
.125 (3); .130; .205
CABLE ............................................ 16
PH Occ Gbk: s7.4; s10.1 (3);
s10.7; s11.7; s12.5;
s14.2; Ap8-353 (6);
Ap8-354; Ap8-356
CABLE TELEVISION ...................... 3
PH Occ Gbk: s7.4; s10.7;
s11.7
CABLE TV ...................................... 11
PH Occ Gbk: s10.1 (2); s12.5;
s14.2; Ap8-353 (5);
Ap8-354; Ap8-356
CALCULATE ................................. 35
24 CFR 5: .611; .630;
HUD-50058: p iii; p iv;
p ix;
HUD-50058Instr: p14; p22 (2);
p23 (2); p35; p38; p39;
p40 (2); p65; p68 (2);
p72;
PH Occ Gbk: s10.1; s10.3;
s10.4 (2); s10.6;
7465.7 Gbk: CovLtr (2); s11-6;
ApB Q40; AppH;
PIH Notices: 01-09A;
ACOP: 4C; 6A; 6H; 6K; 6N
CALCULATED .............................. 32
24 CFR 5: .609; .615 (2);
.628;
HUD-50058: p6;
HUD-50058Instr: p22; p48;
p65;
PH Occ Gbk: s10.1; s10.2;
s10.3; s10.4 (2); s12.2;
s14.2; Ap2-244;
Ap3-282 (3);
7465.1 Hbk: s6-2;
7465.7 Gbk: AppH (3);
PIH Notices: 01-15;
ACOP: 4C; 6Intro; 6C; 6K;
6P (2); GL-I; GL-I
CALCULATING ............................. 33
24 CFR 5: .514;
HUD-50058Instr: p38; p78;
PH Occ Gbk: Int; s7.0;
s10.2; s10.9 (2); Ap1-230;
Ap2-242; Ap3-248; Ap3-277;
Ap8-326; Ap8-339 (2);
7465.1 Hbk: s6-1; s6-2;
7465.7 Gbk: ApB Q36;
PIH Notices: 02-21 (3);
01-20 (2); 01-15 (4);
01-09A; 00-01;
ACOP: 6B; 6M (2); 12E
CALCULATION ........................... 122
24 CFR 964: .150;
24 CFR 966: .55(e);
HUD-50058: p i; p v; p6 (2);
p9 (3); p ix (2); p10 (2);
p x; p11 (2); p xi;
p12 (2); p13 (2); p xiii;
p14 (2); p xiv (2);
HUD-50058Instr: p3; p22;
p33; p35 (3); p37 (5);
p39 (5); p40 (3); p41 (2);
p43 (4); p44 (2); p45 (2);
p48 (4); p49 (2); p51 (6);
p52 (2); p54 (4); p55;
p56; p57 (3); p68;
p69 (3); p77; p78;
PH Occ Gbk: Int; Int Pt2;
Int Pt3; s1.2 (2); s2.1;
s10.3 (2); s10.4 (3);
s10.9; Ap8-318; Ap8-338;
Ap8-339;
7465.7 Gbk: AppH;
PIH Notices: 02-21; 01-20;
01-15 (3); 01-09 (2);
01-09B;
ACOP: 3D; 6Intro; 6-I; 6J;
6K (3); 6O; 6P; 7E; 7H;
11E; 13F; 14A
CALCULATION ERROR ................ 1
ACOP: 11E
CALCULATIONS .......................... 31
HUD-50058: p i; p6 (3);
HUD-50058Instr: p3 (2); p15;
p22; p33 (2);
PH Occ Gbk: CovLtr; Int;
s2.1; s7.0 (3); s7.5;
s10.4 (5);
7465.1 Hbk: s6-2;
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PIH Notices: 01-20 (2);
01-15 (2); 01-09; 00-01;
98-66;
ACOP: GL-II
CALCULATOR .................................1
PH Occ Gbk: s10.9
CALCULATORS ...............................1
PIH Notices: 00-50
CALENDAR YEAR ........................13
HUD-50058Instr: p17;
PH Occ Gbk: Ap4-287; Ap4-300;
PIH Notices: 02-21 (5);
01-20 (3); 00-27; 00-27
CALENDAR YEARS ........................1
24 CFR 945: .205(b)
CALL-FOR-AID ................................1
24 CFR 5: .703
CANCELED .....................................11
PH Occ Gbk: s7.4; s10.2;
Ap4-295; Ap8-368;
PIH Notices: 01-15;
ACOP: 7H (3); 7-I; 7K; 7K
CANCELED CHECKS ....................10
PH Occ Gbk: s7.4; s10.2;
Ap8-368;
PIH Notices: 01-15;
ACOP: 7H (3); 7-I; 7K; 7K
CANCELING .....................................1
ACOP: 11B
CANCELLATION .............................2
ACOP: 9L; 9L
CANCELS ..........................................1
PIH Notices: 02-09
CAP ....................................................6
PH Occ Gbk: s10.2 (2);
7465.1 Hbk: s1-3;
ACOP: 6C; 6N; 11D
CAPACITIES .....................................4
PIH Notices: 00-01; 98-66;
95-48; 95-48 Tech Asst
CAPACITY ......................................16
24 CFR 964: .205 (2); .300;
.430;
PH Occ Gbk: s5.0; s5.3 (2);
s12.3; Ap2-240; Ap8-369;
7465.7 Gbk: ApB Q7;
ACOP: 1B; 1H; 2B; 2G; 10
CAPACITY BUILDING ....................2
24 CFR 964: .205; .205
CAPITAL .........................................48
24 CFR 5: .100; .603;
.609 (3);
24 CFR 964: .7; .225 (3);
HUD-50058Instr: p22; p25;
p31; p74; p75;
PH Occ Gbk: s10.1 (5);
Ap2-243; Ap3-250;
Ap3-278 (3); Ap8-332;
PIH Notices: 02-21; 02-01 (5);
01-09; 01-09C; 00-52 (2);
99-52 (4); 99-19;
ACOP: 4L; 6K; 7E (2);
GL-I (3); GL-II
CAPITAL ASSISTANCE ..................2
24 CFR 964: .225; .225
CAPITAL FUND ...............................8
PIH Notices: 02-21; 02-01 (3);
99-52 (3); 99-19
CAPITAL FUNDS .............................5
PH Occ Gbk: Ap3-250;
PIH Notices: 02-01 (2); 01-09;
01-09C
CAPITAL GAINS ..............................8
24 CFR 5: .609;
HUD-50058Instr: p31;
PH Occ Gbk: s10.1 (2);
Ap3-278;
ACOP: 6K; 7E; GL-I
CAPITAL INVESTMENT ................5
24 CFR 5: .603;
HUD-50058Instr: p22; p74;
PH Occ Gbk: s10.1;
ACOP: GL-II
CAPITAL INVESTMENTS ..............2
PH Occ Gbk: Ap2-243; Ap8-332
CAPPED .............................................3
PH Occ Gbk: s10.2; s10.5;
s10.5
CAR ..................................................27
PH Occ Gbk: s7.4 (3); s7.5;
s10.2 (4); Ap3-282;
Ap4-299; Ap8-353 (11);
Ap8-374; Ap8-387;
PIH Notices: 95-48 (2);
95-48 Tech Asst;
95-48 Tech Asst
CAR NOTE ........................................2
PH Occ Gbk: s7.5; Ap8-353
CAR PAYMENT ...............................6
PH Occ Gbk: s7.4; Ap8-353 (4);
Ap8-353
CAR REPAIRS ..................................1
PH Occ Gbk: Ap4-299
CARBON MONOXIDE ....................1
ACOP: 9M
CARD FILE .......................................1
7465.1 Hbk: s5-6
CARE ATTENDANT ........................5
PH Occ Gbk: Ap2-238;
7465.1 Hbk: s3-3 (3); s5-1
CARE ATTENDANTS ......................6
PH Occ Gbk: Ap2-238 (2);
7465.1 Hbk: s3-3 (2); s3-4;
ACOP: GL-II
CARE FACILITIES ...........................3
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PIH Notices: 95-48;
95-48 Tech Asst
CARE FACILITY ............................. 2
24 CFR 960: .205; .205
CARPORT ......................................... 1
24 CFR 5: .703
CARS ................................................. 7
PH Occ Gbk: s10.1; s10.2;
Ap3-282; Ap4-299 (2);
Ap8-332;
ACOP: GL-I
CASE BY CASE ............................... 4
PIH Notices: 02-01; 99-52;
99-11; 99-11
CASE BY CASE BASIS ................... 4
PIH Notices: 02-01; 99-52;
99-11; 99-11
CASE WORKER ............................... 1
PH Occ Gbk: s3.7
CASE WORKERS ............................ 1
ACOP: PI-E
CASE-BY-CASE .............................. 5
24 CFR 964: .18;
7465.1 Hbk: s4-3;
PIH Notices: 95-48;
95-48 Tech Asst;
ACOP: 7E
CASE-BY-CASE BASIS .................. 5
24 CFR 964: .18;
7465.1 Hbk: s4-3;
PIH Notices: 95-48;
95-48 Tech Asst;
ACOP: 7E
CASEWORKER ................................ 1
ACOP: 2B
CASH .............................................. 95
24 CFR 5: .603; .609 (4);
HUD-50058: p6 (2);
HUD-50058Instr: p22 (2); p23;
p25 (3); p28; p29; p71;
p74;
PH Occ Gbk: s3.10; s7.4 (2);
s10.1 (7); s10.9;
s13.5 (3); s14.0; s14.3;
Ap2-238 (2); Ap2-243 (3);
Ap3-278 (6); Ap4-288;
Ap8-332; Ap8-333 (2);
Ap8-334 (4); Ap8-352 (5);
Ap8-353 (6); Ap8-354 (3);
Ap8-355 (3);
PIH Notices: 01-15; 00-11 (2);
95-48 (3);
95-48 Tech Asst (3);
ACOP: 6A; 6-I; 7E (2);
7G (3); 9H; GL-I (6);
GL-II (2); GL-II
CASH CONTRIBUTIONS ............... 3
PH Occ Gbk: Ap8-352; Ap8-353;
ACOP: GL-I
CASH EXPENDITURES .................. 2
PH Occ Gbk: s7.4; s7.4
CASH GRANTS ............................... 3
PH Occ Gbk: s10.9;
PIH Notices: 95-48;
95-48 Tech Asst
CASH INCENTIVES ........................ 1
PH Occ Gbk: s3.10
CASH REFUND ............................... 1
ACOP: 6A
CASH VALUE ................................ 18
24 CFR 5: .603;
HUD-50058: p6 (2);
HUD-50058Instr: p22 (2); p23;
p74;
PH Occ Gbk: s10.1 (2);
Ap2-238; Ap2-243 (3);
Ap8-334 (2);
ACOP: 7G; GL-II; GL-II
CASHBOOKS ................................... 1
ACOP: 7E
CASHIER'S CHECK ........................ 2
PH Occ Gbk: Ap4-288;
ACOP: 9H
CAT ................................................... 3
24 CFR 5: .306; .318;
PH Occ Gbk: s16.3
CATEGORICAL ............................... 1
PH Occ Gbk: s6.9
CATEGORIES ................................ 54
24 CFR 5: .506; .510;
24 CFR 945: .203(f);
24 CFR 964: .140;
HUD-50058Instr: p73;
HUD-903: p2;
PH Occ Gbk: s1.1 (2); s2.1;
s3.6 (2); s7.3 (2); s10.1;
s10.9; s11.2 (2); s12.2;
s18.1; Ap3-256; Ap3-270;
Ap8-341;
7465.1 Hbk: s5-1 (2); s6-3;
7465.7 Gbk: CovLtr (2); s1-1;
s1-3; s2-1; s3-1; s6-4;
AppC; AppF (3);
PIH Notices: 02-21 (3);
01-20 (3); 00-50;
00-27 (3); 00-11; 99-31;
95-48; 95-48 Tech Asst;
94-67;
ACOP: 2D; 7-I; GL-III
CATEGORIZE .................................. 2
HUD-50058Instr: p15; p15
CATEGORIZED ............................... 2
HUD-50058Instr: p19;
PH Occ Gbk: Ap3-255
CATEGORIZES ................................ 3
HUD-50058: p iii; p iv;
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CATEGORY ....................................78
24 CFR 5: .609;
24 CFR 945: .105;
24 CFR 960: .203;
HUD-50058: p16 (2); p xvi (2);
HUD-50058Instr: p27; p31;
p59 (4); p63;
PH Occ Gbk: s1.1; s3.2;
s4.1; s6.9; s7.7; s10.1;
s10.9 (10); Ap1-236;
Ap2-239; Ap3-257; Ap3-261;
Ap3-266 (5); Ap3-269 (6);
Ap3-270 (8); Ap3-271;
Ap3-280; Ap8-331;
7465.7 Gbk: s3-1; AppC (2);
AppF;
PIH Notices: 02-21; 01-20 (2);
00-27 (2); 95-48 (3);
95-48 Tech Asst (3);
ACOP: 1D; 2G; 4A; 7E;
GL-I; GL-II; PI-I
CATEGORY 1 ...................................4
PH Occ Gbk: Ap3-266 (2);
Ap3-269; Ap3-270
CATEGORY 2 ...................................9
PH Occ Gbk: Ap3-266;
Ap3-269 (2); Ap3-270 (5);
Ap3-271
CATEGORY 3 ...................................5
PH Occ Gbk: Ap3-266 (2);
Ap3-269 (2); Ap3-270
CATS ................................................10
24 CFR 5: .318 (2); .350 (2);
PH Occ Gbk: s16.2; s16.3 (2);
ACOP: 10 (2); 10
CAUSE ...........................................131
24 CFR 5: .100 (2); .110;
24 CFR 960: .204 (2);
.205 (2);
24 CFR 964: .345; .415;
24 CFR 966: .4(f) (2); .4(j);
.4(L)(2) (2); .55(d);
HUD-50058: p v;
HUD-50058Instr: p18; p72;
p75;
PH Occ Gbk: s1.1; s3.4;
s3.8 (3); s4.2; s4.6 (2);
s4.10; s6.7; s7.7;
s8.0 (2); s8.1 (4);
s8.2 (2); s8.5 (7);
s8.9 (2); s9.2; s9.5;
s11.4; s16.1; s17.2;
s17.6 (7); s18.4; Ap1-227;
Ap2-242; Ap2-245 (2);
Ap3-247; Ap3-258; Ap3-259;
Ap3-260; Ap3-264;
Ap3-265 (4); Ap3-266 (3);
Ap3-267; Ap3-269; Ap4-288;
Ap4-292; Ap4-293 (5);
Ap4-295; Ap4-296; Ap5-305;
Ap8-322; Ap8-323; Ap8-327;
Ap8-389;
7465.7 Gbk: s9-1; s9-2;
ApB Q14; AppF (2);
PIH Notices: 03-11; 02-01;
99-52; 95-58; 95-48 (2);
95-48 Tech Asst (2);
ACOP: 2F (4); 2H; 3D; 4C;
4-I; 4R; 4S (4); 8M (2);
9M (2); 10 (2); 11J;
12B (3); 12C; 13F; GL-I
CAUSED ..........................................38
24 CFR 5: .318 (3);
24 CFR 966: .4(f); .4(a) (2);
PH Occ Gbk: s4.6 (2);
s7.6 (4); s7.7; s14.1;
s17.6 (6); Ap3-259;
Ap4-288 (3); Ap4-293;
Ap4-294 (3); Ap4-296;
Ap8-390;
7465.7 Gbk: ApB Q22;
ACOP: 4C; 6K; 8D; 9M (2);
10; 11F
CAUSES ...........................................12
PH Occ Gbk: s7.3; s8.5;
s10.1;
PIH Notices: 02-01; 01-15;
99-52; 95-48;
95-48 Tech Asst;
ACOP: 8D; 11B; 11D; 14B
CAUSEWAY .....................................1
HUD-903: p2
CD ......................................................2
PH Occ Gbk: Ap8-333; Ap8-334
CDS ....................................................1
PH Occ Gbk: Ap2-243
CEILING ..........................................88
24 CFR 5: .703;
24 CFR 960: .102; .253 (5);
HUD-50058: p9 (3); p ix (5);
HUD-50058Instr: p39 (12); p66;
p68 (2);
PH Occ Gbk: Int Pt3;
s10.2 (2); s10.4 (5);
s10.5 (20); s10.7; Ap1-236;
Ap2-244; Ap3-248 (4);
Ap3-276 (7); Ap3-277 (7);
7465.7 Gbk: AppH (6);
ACOP: 8D; GL-II; GL-II
CEILING RENT ..............................40
24 CFR 960: .102; .253;
HUD-50058: p9 (3); p ix (5);
HUD-50058Instr: p39 (12); p66;
p68 (2);
PH Occ Gbk: Int Pt3; s10.4;
s10.5 (2); Ap1-236;
Ap2-244; Ap3-248; Ap3-276;
Ap3-277 (3);
7465.7 Gbk: ApH (2);
ACOP: GL-II; GL-II
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CEILING RENT POLICY ................ 1
7465.7 Gbk: ApH
CEILING RENTS ........................... 40
24 CFR 960: .253 (3);
PH Occ Gbk: s10.4 (3);
s10.5 (17); s10.7;
Ap3-248 (3); Ap3-276 (6);
Ap3-277 (4);
7465.7 Gbk: ApH (2); ApH
CEILINGS ......................................... 9
24 CFR 5: .603 (3); .703;
HUD-50058Instr: p71; p73;
p76;
PH Occ Gbk: Ap4-298;
ACOP: GL-II
CELL PHONE ................................... 1
PH Occ Gbk: Ap8-354
CELL PHONES ................................. 1
PH Occ Gbk: s19.6
CENSUS .......................................... 28
24 CFR 960: .202;
HUD-50058Instr: p25;
PH Occ Gbk: s6.8; s10.6;
7465.1 Hbk: s5-3;
PIH Notices: 00-01 (10);
98-66 (10); 97-12;
ACOP: 4-I; 7E
CENSUS DATA ................................ 1
PH Occ Gbk: s10.6
CENSUS EMPLOYEES ................... 4
HUD-50058Instr: p25;
PIH Notices: 00-01; 98-66;
ACOP: 7E
CENSUS TAKER ............................. 2
PIH Notices: 00-01; 98-66
CENSUS TRACTS ........................... 3
24 CFR 960: .202;
PH Occ Gbk: s6.8;
ACOP: 4-I
CENTRAL ....................................... 27
24 CFR 966: .4(k); .5;
HUD-50058Instr: p73;
HUD-903: p2;
PH Occ Gbk: s8.8 (2); s11.8;
s17.5; s18.3; s18.4;
Ap3-266 (2); Ap3-271;
Ap4-295; Ap5-303;
Ap5-304 (2);
7465.1 Hbk: s2-1;
7465.7 Gbk: AppG;
PIH Notices: 00-11 (2); 95-48;
95-48 Tech Asst;
ACOP: 1D; 1K; 3A; 9K
CENTRALIZED ................................ 3
PH Occ Gbk: s6.11; s8.3;
Ap3-270
CENTRALLY ................................... 7
PH Occ Gbk: s3.4; s8.3; s8.8;
s11.0; s14.0; Ap3-263;
Ap3-266
CEREBRAL PALSY ....................... 11
PH Occ Gbk: s1.2; Ap2-241;
7465.1 Hbk: Ap3;
PIH Notices: 95-48 (4);
95-48 Tech Asst (3);
95-48 Tech Asst
CERTIFICATE ................................ 96
24 CFR 5: .100; .350; .504;
.514 (3); .520 (3); .630;
.632; .653; .655; .657;
.659; .801 (3); .902;
.903;
HUD-50058: p10; p x; p13;
p xiii;
HUD-50058Instr: p1 (2); p2;
p5; p7; p9; p10 (2);
p12 (2); p15; p42 (7);
p53 (3); p61; p71; p72;
p74;
PH Occ Gbk: s2.2; s7.3 (2);
Ap8-368;
7465.7 Gbk: CovLtr (3); s1-5;
s2-1; s3-7; s9-2; s10-1;
s10-3 (2); s10-8; s12-2;
ApB Q5; ApB Q9; ApB Q10;
ApB Q39 (2); AppF;
PIH Notices: 03-17 (3);
02-21 (2); 01-43;
01-20 (3); 00-27 (2);
00-11; 99-52 (3); 97-12;
ACOP: 7-I (5); GL-II (2);
PI-B; PI-I
CERTIFICATES ............................. 56
24 CFR 945: .103;
24 CFR 964: .308;
HUD-50058: p2; p10 (2);
p x (4); p13; p xiii (3);
HUD-50058Instr: p ii (2); p1;
p9; p10; p42 (4);
p53 (2); p72 (3); p73;
p76; p78 (2);
PH Occ Gbk: s6.3; s7.3 (2);
s7.9; s10.1; Ap8-325;
Ap8-332; Ap8-333;
7465.1 Hbk: s2-1;
PIH Notices: 02-01 (3); 00-52;
99-52 (5); 99-11 (2);
97-12 (3);
ACOP: 7F; 7G
CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT ........ 6
PH Occ Gbk: s10.1; Ap8-325;
Ap8-332; Ap8-333;
ACOP: 7F; 7G
CERTIFICATION ......................... 178
24 CFR 5: .216 (14); .218 (2);
.234 (2); .659; .903;
24 CFR 960: .103 (2); .259;
.607 (2);
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PH Occ Gbk: s2.2; s6.4 (2);
s6.6; s7.0; s7.2; s7.10;
s9.3; s12.2; s15.4;
s15.7; s15.8; s16.3;
Ap1-227; Ap1-228 (5);
Ap2-243; Ap3-254;
Ap3-257 (3); Ap3-264;
Ap3-267 (2); Ap3-283;
Ap4-296; Ap4-301;
Ap6-310 (2); Ap6-311;
Ap6-312 (2); Ap6-314;
Ap7-317; Ap8-318 (2);
Ap8-319 (2); Ap8-328 (2);
Ap8-330; Ap8-332 (3);
Ap8-335 (2); Ap8-336 (2);
Ap8-363; Ap8-368 (3);
Ap8-371 (2); Ap8-373 (2);
Ap8-376; Ap8-382 (2);
7465.1 Hbk: s2-2 (3);
7465.7 Gbk: s3-7;
PIH Notices: 02-21 (5);
01-15 (2); 01-09C;
99-19 (14); 99-19-App1 (7);
95-48 (5);
95-48 Tech Asst (5);
ACOP: 1E (2); 1G (2); 2A;
2C (2); 4F; 6B; 6G;
6K (2); 6M; 7A (4);
7D (2); 7F; 7G (4);
7H (7); 7-I (4); 7K (4);
9C; 11B; 11G; PI-A;
PI-B (3); PI-C; PI-I
CERTIFICATIONS .........................15
24 CFR 5: .216 (2); .703;
24 CFR 960: .103;
24 CFR 966: .4(c);
PH Occ Gbk: s1.1; s6.3;
s12.1; Ap1-228; Ap1-236;
Ap3-272;
ACOP: 3D; 7G; 11A; 11F
CERTIFIED .....................................30
24 CFR 5: .903;
24 CFR 964: .230 (2);
PH Occ Gbk: s6.4; s10.9 (3);
s15.4 (2); s17.6; s19.2;
Ap1-228; Ap3-254; Ap3-264;
Ap3-265; Ap5-304;
PIH Notices: 99-31 (3); 99-19;
95-48 (2);
95-48 Tech Asst (2);
ACOP: 6J; 7-I; 12C (2);
PI-I; PI-I
CERTIFIED COPIES .........................1
PH Occ Gbk: s19.2
CERTIFIED COPY ............................3
24 CFR 5: .903;
ACOP: 6J; 7-I
CERTIFIED MAIL ............................6
PH Occ Gbk: s17.6; Ap3-265;
Ap5-304;
ACOP: 12C (2); PI-I
CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT
............................................................2
24 CFR 964: .230; .230
CERTIFIES ......................................10
24 CFR 5: .303; .508; .903;
24 CFR 960: .601;
PH Occ Gbk: s15.4; Ap3-253;
7465.7 Gbk: s6-2;
PIH Notices: 99-19;
99-19-App1;
ACOP: 7G
CERTIFY .........................................53
24 CFR 5: .234 (2);
HUD-50058Instr: p72;
PH Occ Gbk: s2.0; s2.2 (3);
s7.2; s15.1; Ap3-252;
Ap3-254; Ap3-257; Ap4-290;
Ap4-301; Ap4-302; Ap6-312;
Ap8-320; Ap8-322; Ap8-323;
Ap8-327; Ap8-330; Ap8-332;
Ap8-336; Ap8-351; Ap8-359;
Ap8-363; Ap8-364; Ap8-367;
Ap8-369; Ap8-370; Ap8-371;
Ap8-372; Ap8-373; Ap8-376;
Ap8-383;
7465.7 Gbk: AppC; AppE;
PIH Notices: 03-17; 02-01;
01-09; 01-09C (2); 99-52;
99-19; 99-19-App1 (2);
99-19-App3;
ACOP: 2B; 3D; 4C; 6S;
7-I; 7K
CERTIFYING ..................................10
24 CFR 5: .508;
PH Occ Gbk: s4.3; s4.10 (3);
s15.7; Ap6-310; Ap8-383;
7465.7 Gbk: s6-2;
PIH Notices: 02-21
CHANGE .......................................179
24 CFR 5: .240; .350; .657;
.801;
24 CFR 945: .203(f);
24 CFR 960: .257;
24 CFR 966: .4(b) (3);
HUD-50058: p2; p ii; p ix;
p x; p xi; p xii; p xiii;
p xiv; p xv;
HUD-50058Instr: p6 (3);
p9 (2); p10; p11 (2);
p12; p39; p42; p46;
p50; p56; p58; p77;
PH Occ Gbk: Int Pt4; Int App;
s1.1; s1.2 (3); s3.5;
s3.6 (5); s4.10; s5.4 (2);
s7.10 (3); s10.2; s10.3;
s10.4; s10.9; s12.2;
s12.4; s12.6; s12.7;
s13.1 (4); s13.2 (7);
s13.3; s13.4 (3);
s14.3 (5); s15.8;
s17.6 (2); s19.3;
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Ap2-238 (2); Ap3-253 (4);
Ap3-257; Ap3-261;
Ap3-263 (3); Ap3-267;
Ap3-272; Ap3-273 (2);
Ap3-274 (2); Ap3-275;
Ap3-277; Ap4-287; Ap4-289;
Ap4-290 (5); Ap4-291 (2);
Ap4-292; Ap6-310; Ap8-340;
7465.1 Hbk: s1-1; s3-1;
s5-7 (2);
7465.7 Gbk: ApB Q1; ApB Q12;
AppH;
PIH Notices: 01-27 (2); 99-19;
98-44; 95-48 (3);
95-48 Tech Asst (3);
ACOP: 2G; 3F (2); 4A;
4F (2); 4S; 5D; 6F; 7C;
7E; 7-I (2); 9C (2);
11B (8); 11C; 11F (15);
11G (3); 11-I; 13D;
GL-II (2); GL-II
CHANGE IN CIRCUMSTANCES ... 5
PH Occ Gbk: s3.6; s13.1 (2);
Ap4-290;
ACOP: 4F
CHANGE IN THE CIRCUMSTANCES
........................................................... 2
ACOP: 5D; 11-I
CHANGED ...................................... 32
24 CFR 5: .630;
24 CFR 960: .253 (2);
HUD-50058: p v;
HUD-50058Instr: p18 (2);
PH Occ Gbk: s1.2; s4.1;
s10.5; s10.6; s10.9;
s11.1; s12.2; s13.1 (3);
Ap3-283; Ap4-289;
Ap4-290 (2);
PIH Notices: 95-48 (2);
95-48 Tech Asst (2);
ACOP: 3F; 5D; 6A; 6S (2);
11C (2); 11F
CHANGED CIRCUMSTANCES ... 12
24 CFR 5: .630;
24 CFR 960: .253 (2);
PH Occ Gbk: s13.1 (3);
Ap3-283;
ACOP: 6A; 6S (2); 11C; 11C
CHANGES .................................... 184
24 CFR 5: .615; .657;
24 CFR 945: .203(c);
24 CFR 960: .257; .605;
24 CFR 964: .14; .18;
24 CFR 966: .3; .51;
.52 (2);
HUD-50058: p i;
HUD-50058Instr: p1; p3;
p11 (4); p38 (2);
PH Occ Gbk: s1.2 (2);
s3.4 (3); s3.6; s3.7;
s3.8; s4.10; s5.4; s8.0;
s10.0; s10.1; s10.4 (3);
s10.6; s13.0 (3);
s13.2 (8); s13.4 (3);
s14.3; s15.4; s15.8;
s17.0 (2); s17.1 (4);
s17.5; s17.6 (2); s18.1;
Ap1-232; Ap1-238; Ap1-239;
Ap2-238; Ap3-251; Ap3-253;
Ap3-264; Ap3-274 (3);
Ap4-289; Ap4-290; Ap4-293;
Ap5-304 (3); Ap8-351;
Ap8-386; Ap8-387 (2);
7465.1 Hbk: s1-1; s2-3 (2);
s3-5; s4-4;
7465.7 Gbk: CovLtr (2);
PIH Notices: 03-17; 03-11;
02-01 (3); 01-27;
01-15 (6); 01-11; 01-05;
99-52 (3); 99-19 (3);
99-18; 95-48 (10);
95-48 Tech Asst (10); 94-67;
ACOP: 1Intro; 1C; 3B (2);
3F (2); 4B; 4C; 4F (2);
4Q (3); 4S; 5Intro; 5B;
6F; 6Q (2); 7Intro; 7E;
7-I (2); 9C (3); 9K;
11Intro (2); 11B (2);
11C (4); 11D (2); 11F (5);
11G (3); 11-I; 13D;
GL-II (2); PI-C; PI-I
CHARACTER ................................... 9
24 CFR 960: .102;
HUD-50058Instr: p20 (2);
PH Occ Gbk: s3.11;
PIH Notices: 95-48 (2);
95-48 Tech Asst (2);
ACOP: 4E
CHARACTERISTIC ......................... 2
HUD-50058Instr: p1;
PH Occ Gbk: Ap3-276
CHARACTERISTICS ..................... 48
24 CFR 5: .655;
24 CFR 960: .206;
24 CFR 964: .7; .120;
HUD-50058: p i (2);
HUD-50058Instr: p2; p14;
p74;
PH Occ Gbk: s3.0; s3.4;
s3.6 (4); s3.11; s5.0;
s5.4; s6.4; s6.7; s10.7;
Ap1-236; Ap2-241; Ap3-252;
Ap3-254; Ap3-255 (2);
Ap3-256; Ap3-276;
7465.1 Hbk: s2-1; s2-3;
7465.7 Gbk: ApB Q1; ApB Q7;
ApB Q38 (2); AppH;
PIH Notices: 01-15; 01-11;
99-31; 99-19 (2); 95-48;
95-48 Tech Asst;
ACOP: 4C; 4H (3); 4H
CHARACTERIZE ............................. 2
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95-48 Tech Asst
CHARACTERIZED ...........................1
PH Occ Gbk: s3.1
CHARACTERS .................................5
HUD-50058Instr: p16;
PIH Notices: 95-48 (2);
95-48 Tech Asst;
95-48 Tech Asst
CHARGE .........................................65
24 CFR 5: .318 (4); .630;
.903 (2); .905 (2);
24 CFR 960: .205; .255;
24 CFR 964: .18; .310;
HUD-50058: p15; p xv (4);
HUD-50058Instr: p40; p56;
p58 (5); p68;
PH Occ Gbk: s7.5; s10.6;
s10.9 (2); s13.1;
s14.2 (2); s17.6 (2);
Ap4-288 (6); Ap4-289;
Ap4-290 (2); Ap4-295;
Ap4-301 (2); Ap5-304;
7465.1 Hbk: s4-1 (2); s6-2;
PIH Notices: 03-11 (3);
02-21 (3); 01-20 (3);
01-15 (2);
ACOP: 7C; 9M; 11F
CHARGEABLE .................................3
24 CFR 966: .6;
PH Occ Gbk: s17.2; Ap1-238
CHARGED .......................................57
24 CFR 5: .234; .318; .903;
.905;
24 CFR 960: .253;
24 CFR 964: .7;
24 CFR 966: .4(b); .4(a);
HUD-50058Instr: p72; p75;
PH Occ Gbk: Int; s7.6;
s10.0; s10.2; s10.3 (2);
s10.4 (4); s10.5 (2);
s10.6; s12.3; s13.4 (2);
s14.0; s14.3; s14.5;
s16.2; s16.3; s17.6 (3);
Ap3-276 (2); Ap3-277;
Ap3-283; Ap4-288 (2);
Ap4-290; Ap4-294; Ap7-316;
7465.1 Hbk: s6-3;
PIH Notices: 03-11; 02-21;
01-20;
ACOP: 9G; 9-I; 9M (5);
11E; 11F; GL-II
CHARGES .....................................116
24 CFR 5: .603;
24 CFR 960: .202;
24 CFR 966: .4(b) (9); .4(e);
.4(f); .4(i); .5; .6;
HUD-50058: p xiii (3); p xiv;
HUD-50058Instr: p36; p47;
p53; p54 (2); p70;
PH Occ Gbk: s4.6; s10.2;
s10.7; s10.9; s11.6;
s14.0; s17.2; s17.5;
s17.6 (20); s17.7 (4);
Ap1-238 (2); Ap3-248;
Ap3-257; Ap3-270; Ap3-276;
Ap4-286; Ap4-288 (15);
Ap4-292; Ap4-293; Ap4-295;
Ap4-296; Ap4-301 (2);
Ap4-302;
7465.1 Hbk: s6;
ACOP: 1K (2); 2E; 2G; 4C;
6A (3); 9Intro; 9A;
9G (5); 9H; 9-I; 9J (2);
9K; 9M (3); 11G (3); 12B;
12B
CHART ............................................12
HUD-50058Instr: p24; p25;
p26; p27; p28; p33 (2);
p77;
PH Occ Gbk: Ap3-274;
7465.7 Gbk: ApB Q45 (2);
PIH Notices: 99-19
CHARTER .........................................1
24 CFR 964: .205
CHAS .................................................8
24 CFR 945: .105; .203(c) (2);
PIH Notices: 99-19; 98-44;
97-12 (2); 97-12
CHECK ..........................................145
24 CFR 5: .661; .903;
.905 (2);
24 CFR 960: .204;
24 CFR 966: .4(b); .4(L)(5);
HUD-50058: p2 (2); p iii;
p iv; p5; p x; p xi;
p16 (6); p xvi (3); p17;
p xvii;
HUD-50058Instr: p11; p13;
p21; p41 (2); p42; p46;
p59 (6); p60 (4); p63 (2);
HUD-903: p1 (5);
PH Occ Gbk: s1.2; s2.2;
s4.6 (12); s4.7 (3); s4.8;
s6.7; s7.7 (8); s7.11 (3);
s10.9; s12.2; s14.0 (7);
s14.4; s17.6 (2);
Ap3-258 (4); Ap3-272;
Ap3-276 (2); Ap4-288 (2);
Ap5-305; Ap8-323; Ap8-334;
Ap8-338; Ap8-345; Ap8-352;
Ap8-362; Ap8-363; Ap8-364;
Ap8-366; Ap8-395;
7465.1 Hbk: s4-1 (2);
7465.7 Gbk: AppC (4);
PIH Notices: 03-11 (6); 01-15;
94-67;
ACOP: 2F (3); 2G (3); 6R;
7E (3); 7F; 7J; 9D; 9H;
9-I (4); 9M; 11G
CHECK METER ................................1
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CHECK METERED .......................... 4
PH Occ Gbk: s14.0 (3); Ap3-276
CHECK METERING ........................ 1
PH Occ Gbk: s14.0
CHECK METERS ............................. 4
PH Occ Gbk: s14.0 (3); Ap3-276
CHECK STUBS ................................ 1
ACOP: 7E
CHECKBOOK .................................. 1
PH Occ Gbk: s10.1
CHECKED ...................................... 17
HUD-50058: p5;
HUD-50058Instr: p21;
HUD-903: p1;
PH Occ Gbk: s4.3 (2); s4.5;
s4.6; s7.7 (2); Ap3-258;
Ap3-259 (2); Ap4-301;
Ap8-341;
7465.7 Gbk: AppC;
PIH Notices: 01-15;
ACOP: 9D; PI-E
CHECKING .................................... 13
24 CFR 5: .236;
PH Occ Gbk: s4.6; s7.7;
Ap2-238; Ap2-243; Ap8-325;
Ap8-332; Ap8-389;
7465.1 Hbk: s4-1; s6;
ACOP: 7G; 11B; GL-II
CHECKING ACCOUNT .................. 2
PH Occ Gbk: Ap8-332;
ACOP: 7G
CHECKING ACCOUNTS ................ 1
PH Occ Gbk: Ap2-238
CHECKLIST ................................... 30
PH Occ Gbk: s2.1 (3); s4.3 (2);
s4.6 (2); s7.7 (2); s10.1;
Ap3-258; Ap8-318 (4);
Ap8-319; Ap8-328; Ap8-330;
Ap8-331; Ap8-332 (2);
Ap8-334; Ap8-335; Ap8-336;
Ap8-352 (2); Ap8-368;
Ap8-387;
PIH Notices: 99-19; 94-67
CHECKLISTS ................................... 1
PH Occ Gbk: s7.9
CHECK-METERED ......................... 2
PH Occ Gbk: s14.3; Ap3-276
CHECK-OUT .................................. 10
PIH Notices: 95-48 (5);
95-48 Tech Asst (4);
95-48 Tech Asst
CHECKS ......................................... 33
24 CFR 5: .901; .905;
24 CFR 960: .204;
PH Occ Gbk: s4.6 (3); s6.7;
s7.1; s7.4 (2); s7.7 (2);
s7.11; s10.2; s12.2 (2);
Ap1-231; Ap8-368;
PIH Notices: 03-11 (3); 01-15;
ACOP: 2F; 7A; 7H (3); 7-I;
7J; 7K (2); 9H; 9-I
CHECK-STUB .................................. 1
ACOP: 6F
CHECK-UPS ..................................... 1
HUD-50058Instr: p61
CHEMICAL ...................................... 1
ACOP: 10
CHILD ........................................... 292
24 CFR 5: .403; .504;
.508 (4); .603 (3);
.609 (3); .611;
24 CFR 945: .303;
24 CFR 960: .253;
24 CFR 964: .205 (2); .308;
24 CFR 966: .4(a); .4(d) (2);
HUD-50058: p3; p4; p6; p7;
p16;
HUD-50058Instr: p14 (3);
p15 (5); p28 (3); p30 (5);
p31; p32 (2); p36;
p60 (3); p61 (3); p70 (4);
p72 (3); p76;
HUD-903-1: p2;
PH Occ Gbk: s2.2 (5); s3.4;
s5.4 (6); s7.1; s7.3 (3);
s7.4 (2); s7.5 (2); s8.5;
s8.6; s9.3; s10.1 (7);
s10.2 (9); s10.3 (3);
s10.6; s10.9 (3); s12.5;
s13.1; s15.2; s17.2;
s17.6 (4); s19.7 (2);
Ap1-229; Ap1-230; Ap2-239;
Ap2-240 (3); Ap2-241 (3);
Ap2-242; Ap2-243; Ap3-254;
Ap3-262 (4); Ap3-265 (2);
Ap3-268; Ap3-270 (2);
Ap3-278; Ap3-279 (3);
Ap3-281 (2); Ap3-282 (2);
Ap4-292; Ap6-309;
Ap8-318 (4); Ap8-322;
Ap8-325; Ap8-326 (3);
Ap8-329; Ap8-335;
Ap8-337 (3); Ap8-345;
Ap8-346 (6); Ap8-356;
Ap8-363 (5); Ap8-364 (3);
Ap8-365 (5); Ap8-381 (2);
Ap8-388 (2);
7465.1 Hbk: s3-3 (14); s5-1;
s5-2;
7465.7 Gbk: s2-1; s4-4 (2);
s5-1 (2); ApB Q3 (8);
ApB Q10; ApB Q19 (3);
AppC (2); AppD (6);
PIH Notices: 02-01; 01-15 (2);
00-11; 00-11A; 99-52;
95-48 (2);
95-48 Tech Asst (2);
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ACOP: 2B; 2F; 5A; 5B;
6C; 6J (5); 6N (6); 6S;
7D; 7E (10); 7H (3);
9D (3); 11G (7); 11H (3);
GL-I (8); GL-II; GL-III
CHILD ABUSE ..................................7
24 CFR 964: .205;
PH Occ Gbk: s19.7 (2);
Ap8-381; Ap8-388;
ACOP: 2F; 6N
CHILD CARE ..................................96
24 CFR 5: .603 (3); .609;
.611;
24 CFR 960: .253;
24 CFR 964: .205; .308;
HUD-50058: p16;
HUD-50058Instr: p28 (3);
p30 (2); p60 (3); p61 (3);
p70 (3); p76;
PH Occ Gbk: s2.2; s3.4;
s7.1; s10.1 (3); s10.2 (8);
s10.3 (3); s10.6; s10.9;
s12.5; s13.1; s15.2;
Ap1-230; Ap3-254;
Ap3-279 (2); Ap3-281 (2);
Ap3-282; Ap6-309;
Ap8-318 (3); Ap8-326 (3);
Ap8-335; Ap8-337 (3);
Ap8-356; Ap8-363 (4);
Ap8-364 (2); Ap8-365 (4);
PIH Notices: 02-01; 00-11;
00-11A; 99-52;
ACOP: 6C; 6N; 6S; 7D;
7E (4); 7H (3); GL-I (5);
GL-I
CHILD CARE DEDUCTION ............1
PH Occ Gbk: s10.2
CHILD CARE EXPENSE .................1
ACOP: 7D
CHILD CARE EXPENSES .............18
24 CFR 5: .603; .611;
HUD-50058Instr: p70;
PH Occ Gbk: s10.2; s10.3;
Ap1-230; Ap3-282; Ap8-318;
Ap8-326; Ap8-337; Ap8-356;
Ap8-363; Ap8-365 (2);
ACOP: 6N; 7H; GL-I; GL-I
CHILD CUSTODY ............................2
7465.1 Hbk: s3-3;
ACOP: 9D
CHILD MOLESTING ........................2
PH Occ Gbk: Ap8-381; Ap8-388
CHILD SUPPORT ...........................28
24 CFR 5: .609;
HUD-50058: p6;
HUD-50058Instr: p30;
PH Occ Gbk: s7.4 (2);
s7.5 (2); s10.1; s10.9;
Ap3-278; Ap8-318; Ap8-322;
Ap8-325; Ap8-329;
Ap8-346 (5);
PIH Notices: 01-15 (2);
ACOP: 6J (5); 7E; 7E
CHILDCARE ...................................60
HUD-50058: p7; p vii (2);
p16; p xvi;
HUD-50058Instr: p36 (8);
PH Occ Gbk: s10.2 (8);
s10.9 (2); s13.1; Ap3-277;
PIH Notices: 03-17; 01-15 (9);
00-11 (2); 00-11A;
ACOP: 6B (2); 6C (2);
6N (13); 7E (2); 7H; 11C;
GL-I
CHILDHOOD ....................................1
24 CFR 964: .205
CHILDREN ....................................250
24 CFR 5: .403; .518;
.522 (2); .603 (2);
.609 (3);
24 CFR 945: .105; .203(b);
24 CFR 964: .7;
HUD-50058: p iii; p iv; p v;
p ix; p x; p xi; p xii;
p xiii; p xiv (2); p16;
p xvi;
HUD-50058Instr: p14; p17 (2);
p22; p25 (4); p26 (2);
p27 (2); p31; p34 (2);
p36 (2); p40 (2); p44 (2);
p48 (2); p51 (2); p54 (2);
p57 (2); p60 (2); p61;
p68; p69; p70; p71;
p72 (4); p76;
HUD-903: p1 (2);
HUD-903-1: p2; p4 (2);
PH Occ Gbk: s1.0; s1.1 (4);
s2.2 (11); s3.0; s4.8;
s5.0; s5.3; s5.4 (3);
s7.2 (2); s7.4 (2); s7.11;
s8.5 (3); s10.1 (9);
s10.2 (2); s10.9; s11.5;
s12.1 (2); s12.2 (2);
s12.3; s15.2 (2);
s17.2 (2); s17.6 (2);
Ap1-233; Ap2-239; Ap2-240;
Ap2-241 (3); Ap3-250;
Ap3-262; Ap3-265 (2);
Ap3-266; Ap3-267; Ap3-268;
Ap3-269; Ap3-278 (3);
Ap3-282; Ap4-287 (2);
Ap4-290; Ap4-292;
Ap6-309 (2); Ap8-324;
Ap8-326; Ap8-335 (3);
Ap8-337; Ap8-340; Ap8-346;
Ap8-354; Ap8-363;
Ap8-364 (2);
7465.1 Hbk: s2-1 (3);
s3-3 (4); s4-1 (2); s4-3;
s5-1 (9); s5-2 (3);
s5-4 (3); s5-7;
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7465.7 Gbk: s3-6 (5);
s10-4 (2); ApB Q1; ApB Q3;
ApB Q10 (2); ApB Q15;
ApB Q4`; ApB Q45 (4);
PIH Notices: 01-15; 00-52;
00-11; 99-11; 95-48 (6);
95-48 Tech Asst (6);
ACOP: 1D; 2B; 2E; 2F;
2G (2); 4A; 4S; 5A (2);
5B; 6B; 6N; 7E (3); 7H;
11G (5); 11J; GL-I (4);
GL-II (2); GL-II
CHILDREN'S .................................. 10
HUD-50058: p16;
PH Occ Gbk: s8.5; s10.1;
s15.2 (2); Ap3-265;
Ap6-309;
PIH Notices: 95-48;
95-48 Tech Asst;
ACOP: 4S
CHILD'S ............................................ 3
HUD-50058Instr: p29;
PH Occ Gbk: s2.2; s17.6
CHIROPRACTORS .......................... 1
PH Occ Gbk: s10.2
CHORE .............................................. 5
24 CFR 945: .105;
PH Occ Gbk: s4.6; s4.10;
s17.6; s17.8
CHORE ASSISTANCE .................... 1
24 CFR 945: .105
CHORE SERVICE ............................ 4
PH Occ Gbk: s4.6; s4.10;
s17.6; s17.8
CHRONIC ......................................... 2
PH Occ Gbk: Ap8-369;
ACOP: 12B
CHRONICALLY .............................. 2
24 CFR 5: .318;
ACOP: 2G
CHRONICALLY MENTALLY ILL 1
24 CFR 5: .318
CHRONOLOGICAL ......................... 1
ACOP: 8M
CHURCH .......................................... 4
PH Occ Gbk: Ap8-353; Ap8-356;
PIH Notices: 03-11;
ACOP: 7-I
CHURCHES ...................................... 1
7465.1 Hbk: s2-3
CIAP ................................................ 10
24 CFR 964: .135;
PIH Notices: 02-21; 02-01 (2);
01-20; 00-27; 99-52 (2);
99-31; 99-19-App3
CIGARETTES ................................... 5
PH Occ Gbk: s10.1; Ap8-354 (3);
Ap8-354
CIGARS ............................................ 4
PH Occ Gbk: Ap8-354 (3);
Ap8-354
CIRCUMSTANCE .......................... 15
HUD-50058Instr: p9;
PH Occ Gbk: s4.8 (2);
s4.10 (3); s10.3; s10.6;
Ap3-260 (2); Ap3-261 (2);
ACOP: 2G (2); 10
CIRCUMSTANCES ...................... 220
24 CFR 5: .230; .353; .363;
.508; .516 (2); .603;
.630 (2); .903;
24 CFR 960: .204; .253 (3);
24 CFR 964: .18; .225;
24 CFR 966: .4(d); .4(j);
.4(L)(5) (2);
HUD-50058Instr: p9 (4); p10;
p76;
HUD-903: p2 (2);
PH Occ Gbk: Int Pt4 (2);
s1.1 (2); s1.2 (2); s3.6;
s3.8 (5); s4.2; s4.3;
s4.6 (2); s4.8 (3); s4.9;
s4.10 (5); s5.4; s6.4;
s6.6; s6.10; s7.6 (3);
s7.7; s8.5; s10.7; s12;
s12.2 (2); s12.5;
s13.1 (11); s13.2; s13.4;
s13.5; s15.6; s17.6 (4);
s19.2; s19.3; s19.4;
s19.5 (3); Ap3-253;
Ap3-254; Ap3-259;
Ap3-260 (4); Ap3-261 (7);
Ap3-262; Ap3-263; Ap3-264;
Ap3-265; Ap3-266;
Ap3-268 (2); Ap3-270;
Ap3-272; Ap3-274 (2);
Ap3-283 (2); Ap4-286;
Ap4-290 (2); Ap4-297;
Ap6-310; Ap8-363; Ap8-376;
7465.1 Hbk: s1-1; s1-2;
s2-1; s2-3; s3-5;
s4-2 (2); s4-3 (2); s5-1;
s5-7; s6; App2;
7465.7 Gbk: CovLtr (2); s6-2;
s10-3;
PIH Notices: 03-11 (2);
03-05 (2); 02-01 (3);
01-40 (2); 99-52 (3);
99-19; 97-12 (3);
95-48 (2);
95-48 Tech Asst (2);
ACOP: 2Intro; 2F (2);
2G (14); 3D; 3F; 4F (3);
4P; 5B (3); 5D (2);
6A (6); 6S (3); 8D; 9D;
9H; 10; 11C (4); 11F;
11-I; 13F; 14B; PI-A (2);
PI-C (2); PI-E; PI-I (2);
PI-I
CITIES ............................................... 2
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PIH Notices: 95-58; 95-58
CITIZEN ..........................................67
24 CFR 5: .504 (3); .506;
.508 (2); .522 (2);
HUD-50058: p3; p4;
HUD-50058Instr: p15 (2); p40;
p44; p48; p51; p54;
p57; p68 (2); p70 (2);
p74;
PH Occ Gbk: s2.0; s2.1;
s2.2; s6.9; s7.3 (2);
s7.7; Ap1-229; Ap3-251;
Ap3-252;
7465.7 Gbk: CovLtr; s2-1 (3);
s3-6 (3); s3-7 (2);
s4-4 (2); s5-2; ApB Q6;
ApB Q13 (2); ApB Q16;
ApB Q17; ApB Q42 (2);
ApB Q45; AppC (2); AppE;
PIH Notices: 01-27; 95-58;
ACOP: 2A; 2D (2); 6P;
11J (2); GL-III (2); GL-III
CITIZENS ........................................49
24 CFR 5: .506 (3); .508;
HUD-50058: p v (2);
HUD-50058Instr: p17 (2); p68;
PH Occ Gbk: s2.2 (4); s6.9;
s7.3 (3); s10.1;
Ap1-229 (2); Ap3-254;
Ap3-281;
7465.7 Gbk: CovLtr (2); s1-1;
s1-3; s1-6; s3-1; s3-6;
s4-3; ApB Q26; AppF (3);
PIH Notices: 01-27 (9);
ACOP: 1L; 2F; 7-I (3);
GL-I
CITIZEN'S .........................................1
PIH Notices: 01-27
CITIZENSHIP ................................153
24 CFR 5: .500; .504 (4);
.508 (7); .514 (2);
.520 (2); .659;
24 CFR 960: .202; .259;
HUD-50058: p3 (7); p iii;
p4 (7); p iv;
HUD-50058Instr: p15 (4);
p18 (4); p40; p44; p48;
p51; p54; p57; p68;
p71 (2); p73 (2);
PH Occ Gbk: s2.2; s6.4 (2);
s7.1; s7.3 (5); s7.11 (2);
s12.1 (2); s12.2;
s19.5 (2); Ap1-229 (2);
Ap3-252; Ap3-254; Ap3-261;
Ap3-272; Ap8-320; Ap8-323;
Ap8-380;
7465.1 Hbk: s3-6 (2);
7465.7 Gbk: CovLtr (2);
s1-6 (2); s2-1 (4); s3-1;
s3-2; s3-3 (2); s3-4;
s3-6 (2); s3-7 (6);
s4-2 (2); s4-3 (2); s4-4;
s5-2 (3); s5-3; s5-4;
s8-3 (2); s10-4 (2);
s11-4 (2); s11-5; s12-1;
ApB Q12; ApB Q17; ApB Q18;
ApB Q21; ApB Q24; ApB Q4`;
ApB Q45; AppC; AppD;
AppE; AppF (6);
PIH Notices: 01-27 (2);
ACOP: 2D (2); 2G; 3D; 3E;
7D; 7-I (3); 11A; 11C;
GL-III (3); GL-III
CITY .................................................61
24 CFR 5: .518;
24 CFR 964: .430;
HUD-50058: p5 (2);
HUD-50058Instr: p20 (4);
HUD-903: p1 (3); p3 (2); p4;
p5;
PH Occ Gbk: s7.7; Ap8-320 (2);
Ap8-321; Ap8-322; Ap8-323;
Ap8-324; Ap8-325;
7465.7 Gbk: s7-7; AppG (5);
PIH Notices: 99-19; 95-58 (2);
95-48 (11);
95-48 Tech Asst (11);
94-67 (2);
ACOP: 10 (3); 13F; 13F
CITY GOVERNMENT ......................1
24 CFR 5: .518
CIVIL ACTION .................................7
24 CFR 5: .903;
24 CFR 960: .205 (2);
24 CFR 964: .310;
HUD-9886: p2;
7465.7 Gbk: ApD;
PIH Notices: 03-11
CIVIL PENALTIES ...........................1
24 CFR 5: .238
CIVIL PROTECTION .......................1
PH Occ Gbk: s19.2
CIVIL RIGHTS ..............................131
24 CFR 5: .100; .105; .524;
24 CFR 945: .301;
24 CFR 964: .225; .310 (6);
HUD-50058: p i;
HUD-903: p3;
PH Occ Gbk: CovLtr;
Int Pt1 (4); Int Ap; s1;
s1.0 (6); s1.1 (6);
s1.2 (5); s3.0 (2);
s3.4 (2); s3.6; s3.10;
s4.11; s6.1; s6.2;
s6.9 (2); s8.0 (2); s12.2;
Ap1-227; Ap1-233; Ap2-241;
Ap3-249 (5); Ap3-251;
Ap5-304 (3);
7465.1 Hbk: s1-1 (4);
s1-3 (6); s2-1; s2-3 (2);
s4-1; s5-1; s5-4;
s5-6 (3); s5-7 (2);
7465.7 Gbk: s1-6 (2);
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PIH Notices: 02-01 (2);
01-20 (2); 01-15;
99-52 (2); 99-19-Ap1 (2);
97-12; 95-48 (16);
95-48 Tech Asst (12);
ACOP: 1B; 1D (4); 4A; 4B
CLASS ............................................. 35
24 CFR 5: .353;
24 CFR 966: .51;
PH Occ Gbk: s1.1 (3); s3.8;
s7.6; s17.6; s18.1;
Ap1-239; Ap3-253; Ap3-264;
Ap3-265 (2); Ap3-276;
Ap4-295; Ap5-304; Ap6-309;
7465.1 Hbk: s4-1;
PIH Notices: 02-01; 99-52;
95-48 (4);
95-48 Tech Asst (4);
ACOP: 2A; 3C; 7A; 9K;
11B; 13D
CLASS ACTION ............................... 1
ACOP: 13D
CLASSES ........................................ 18
HUD-50058Instr: p60; p61;
PH Occ Gbk: s3.8; s5.3;
s15.3 (3); Ap6-309 (3);
PIH Notices: 02-21 (2);
95-48 (3);
95-48 Tech Asst (2);
95-48 Tech Asst
CLASSIFICATION ........................... 1
PIH Notices: 95-58
CLASSIFICATIONS ........................ 5
24 CFR 960: .707;
PH Occ Gbk: s1.0; s16.2;
PIH Notices: 95-48;
95-48 Tech Asst
CLASSIFIED .................................... 3
HUD-50058Instr: p9;
PH Occ Gbk: s3.11;
ACOP: 8G
CLASSIFIES ..................................... 2
24 CFR 960: .707;
PH Occ Gbk: s16.2
CLASSIFY ........................................ 2
HUD-50058Instr: p9; p9
CLASSROOM ................................... 1
PH Occ Gbk: s10.9
CLEAN ............................................ 55
24 CFR 966: .4(e); .4(f);
PH Occ Gbk: s4.6; s6.10 (2);
s17.6 (3); s17.8; Ap3-264;
Ap3-265; Ap4-291; Ap4-292;
Ap4-298 (18); Ap4-299 (7);
Ap8-378; Ap8-384; Ap8-386;
Ap8-387;
PIH Notices: 02-01; 99-52;
99-31 (3); 95-48 (3);
95-48 Tech Asst (3);
ACOP: 9G; 10
CLEANING ..................................... 22
PH Occ Gbk: s6.12; s10.2;
s17.6 (2); Ap8-352 (5);
Ap8-353 (4); Ap8-354 (4);
Ap8-357; Ap8-382; Ap8-389;
PIH Notices: 95-48;
95-48 Tech Asst
CLEANLINESS ................................ 2
PH Occ Gbk: Ap3-259; Ap8-390
CLEANSING .................................... 1
ACOP: 10
CLEANUP ......................................... 1
PH Occ Gbk: Ap6-309
CLEAN-UP ....................................... 2
PH Occ Gbk: s15.2; Ap3-259
CLEARANCE ................................... 4
PH Occ Gbk: s11.4; s17.2 (2);
Ap1-233
CLEARINGHOUSE ........................ 15
PH Occ Gbk: s17.2;
PIH Notices: 00-50 (13); 00-50
CLERGY ........................................... 1
PH Occ Gbk: s19.2
CLIENT ............................................. 4
HUD-50058Instr: p3; p5;
PH Occ Gbk: Ap8-395; Ap8-395
CLIENTS ........................................... 6
7465.1 Hbk: s6 (2);
PIH Notices: 00-11 (3);
ACOP: 1F
CLINIC .............................................. 5
PH Occ Gbk: s10.9; s15.2;
Ap8-326; Ap8-366;
ACOP: 7H
CLINICAL ........................................ 1
PH Occ Gbk: s7.6
CLINICS ............................................ 4
PH Occ Gbk: s7.6; s10.2 (2);
ACOP: 2G
CLOCK .............................................. 1
HUD-50058Instr: p75
CLOSE ............................................ 33
24 CFR 5: .359;
HUD-903-1: p2;
PH Occ Gbk: s1.2; s3.2 (5);
s6.10; s6.11; s7.10;
Ap3-253 (4); Ap4-298;
7465.1 Hbk: s2-3 (6); s5-3;
s5-4;
7465.7 Gbk: s3-7;
PIH Notices: 95-58; 95-48;
95-48 Tech Asst;
ACOP: 4A (3); 14B; 14B
CLOSE THE WAITING LIST .......... 5
PH Occ Gbk: s3.2; Ap3-253 (2);
7465.1 Hbk: s2-3;
ACOP: 4A
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CLOSED ACCOUNT ........................1
ACOP: 9-I
CLOSET .............................................4
PH Occ Gbk: s15.2; Ap4-298;
PIH Notices: 02-01; 99-52
CLOSETS ...........................................2
24 CFR 5: .703;
PH Occ Gbk: Ap4-298
CLOSING .........................................21
PH Occ Gbk: s3.0; s3.2 (2);
Ap3-246; Ap3-253 (3);
7465.1 Hbk: s2-1; s2-3 (2);
ACOP: 4A (4); 4C (2); 7G;
8E; 13F (2); 13F
CLOSING ARGUMENT ...................2
ACOP: 13F; 13F
CLOSING ARGUMENTS .................1
ACOP: 13F
CLOSING THE WAITING .............10
PH Occ Gbk: s3.0; s3.2 (2);
Ap3-246; Ap3-253;
7465.1 Hbk: s2-3 (2);
ACOP: 4A; 4C; 4C
CLOSURE ..........................................1
ACOP: 4C
CLOTHING .....................................21
24 CFR 5: .609;
HUD-50058Instr: p28;
PH Occ Gbk: s10.1; s12.5;
s15.2; Ap3-279;
Ap8-354 (12); Ap8-357;
PIH Notices: 01-15;
ACOP: GL-I
COALITION ......................................2
PH Occ Gbk: s19.7;
PIH Notices: 99-52
COALITIONS ....................................1
PH Occ Gbk: s19.7
COBWEBS .........................................2
PH Occ Gbk: Ap4-298; Ap4-298
CODE .............................................192
24 CFR 5: .214 (2); .653;
HUD-50058: p2; p ii (7);
p iii (6); p iv (6);
p5 (3); p v (2); p6 (3);
p10; p x; p11; p xi;
p13; p xiii; p14; p xiv;
p16 (3); p xvi (5);
HUD-50058Instr: p1 (2);
p5 (2); p7 (13); p8 (3);
p9 (2); p10 (3); p11 (2);
p14; p15 (4); p16;
p17 (2); p19 (5); p20 (7);
p24 (4); p25; p26; p27;
p28; p29; p30; p31;
p32; p33 (2); p36;
p42 (2); p46 (2); p50 (3);
p53 (2); p56 (2); p59 (4);
p60 (5); p70;
HUD-903: p1 (3);
HUD-903-1: p3; p4; p5;
HUD-9886: p1;
PH Occ Gbk: s5.1 (2); s5.4;
s17.0; s17.2; Ap3-262;
Ap8-321; Ap8-322; Ap8-324;
Ap8-325;
7465.7 Gbk: CovLtr (11);
s1-6 (2); s7-6 (5);
s7-7 (8); s7-8 (2); AppG;
PIH Notices: 99-11 (2); 95-48;
95-48 Tech Asst;
ACOP: 1Intro; 4C (7); 9M;
11D; PI-E ACOP 4C; ACOP
4C
CODES .............................................67
24 CFR 5: .703 (3);
24 CFR 966: .4(e) (2); .4(f);
HUD-50058: p ii (2); p3;
p iii (2); p4; p iv (2);
p6; p16; p xvi;
HUD-50058Instr: p ii; p1 (2);
p7 (4); p9; p13 (2);
p14 (2); p15 (4); p17;
p20; p40; p44; p48;
p51; p54; p57; p63;
p64; p68;
PH Occ Gbk: s4.6; s5.0;
s5.1 (4); s10.7; s17.6 (3);
Ap4-291 (2); Ap4-292;
7465.7 Gbk: CovLtr; s7-8;
PIH Notices: 02-01; 99-52;
99-31; 99-11 (2);
ACOP: 2E; 5B; 12B
COERCE ............................................1
HUD-903-1: p2
COERCED .........................................1
HUD-903: p1
COERCION .....................................11
24 CFR 945: .303;
HUD-903: p2;
PH Occ Gbk: Ap1-235;
PIH Notices: 95-48 (4);
95-48 Tech Asst (3);
95-48 Tech Asst
COHEAD ...........................................4
HUD-50058Instr: p15; p34;
p35; p36
CO-HEAD ........................................54
HUD-50058: p3; p4; p7 (6);
p vii (6);
HUD-50058Instr: p2; p14 (7);
p15; p26; p35 (10); p36;
p71;
PH Occ Gbk: Ap2-238 (2);
Ap8-321; Ap8-324;
7465.7 Gbk: s2-1;
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ACOP: 2B (3); 4E; 11J (2);
13E (2); 13F; GL-II (3);
GL-III
CO-HEADS ....................................... 5
PH Occ Gbk: s17.6;
7465.7 Gbk: s2-1; ApB Q2;
ACOP: 2B; GL-III
COINSURANCE ............................... 1
24 CFR 5: .210
COINSURED .................................... 2
24 CFR 5: .214; .801
COLA ................................................ 2
PH Occ Gbk: s13.2; Ap3-274
COLLABORATE .............................. 2
24 CFR 964: .150;
PIH Notices: 00-11
COLLABORATION ......................... 4
24 CFR 964: .18;
PIH Notices: 00-11 (2); 00-11
COLLABORATIVE .......................... 4
PH Occ Gbk: s19.7 (2);
PIH Notices: 95-58; 95-58
COLLECT ....................................... 16
HUD-50058: p ii;
HUD-50058Instr: p1; p12;
p13;
PH Occ Gbk: s6.4; s7.7;
s17.2;
7465.1 Hbk: s2-1;
7465.7 Gbk: ApB Q21; AppH;
PIH Notices: 03-11 (2);
00-11A; 95-58;
ACOP: 14A; GL-II
COLLECTED .................................. 17
HUD-50058Instr: p1 (3);
HUD-903-1: p6;
HUD-9886: p2 (3);
PH Occ Gbk: s7.7; Ap8-331;
Ap8-334;
7465.7 Gbk: ApB Q26; AppD (3);
PIH Notices: 00-11;
ACOP: 6N; GL-II
COLLECTIBLE ................................ 2
24 CFR 966: .4(b);
ACOP: 6K
COLLECTIBLE DEBT ..................... 1
ACOP: 6K
COLLECTING .................................. 7
24 CFR 5: .661;
PH Occ Gbk: s6.11; s17.6;
Ap8-359;
7465.1 Hbk: s6;
7465.7 Gbk: ApB Q21;
PIH Notices: 95-58
COLLECTION ................................ 70
24 CFR 5: .210 (3); .212;
.214 (2); .659; .661;
.703; .905;
24 CFR 960: .259;
HUD-50058: p i;
HUD-50058Instr: p2; p71 (2);
HUD-903: p1 (3);
PH Occ Gbk: Int App (3); s1.1;
s7.5 (3); s14.0; s14.2;
s17.2; Ap1-227; Ap2-244;
Ap4-288; Ap4-289;
7465.7 Gbk: CovLtr; s1-6;
PIH Notices: 03-17 (3);
03-11 (3); 02-21 (3);
01-43; 01-15 (4); 00-11A;
98-24; 97-12 (7); 95-58;
ACOP: 6J (4); 11B; 14A (3);
14B (2); 14D; GL-II
COLLECTION AGENCIES ............. 9
24 CFR 5: .210; .659;
24 CFR 960: .259;
HUD-9886: p1;
PH Occ Gbk: s7.5;
PIH Notices: 01-15 (3);
ACOP: 14A
COLLECTION AGENCY ................ 5
24 CFR 5: .214;
PH Occ Gbk: s7.5 (2); Ap1-227;
ACOP: 6J
COLLECTION AGENCYS .............. 1
HUD-50058Instr: p71
COLLECTIONS ................................ 2
PH Occ Gbk: Int App; Ap8-332
COLLECTIVE .................................. 3
24 CFR 5: .504;
24 CFR 964: .225; .225
COLLECTIVE BARGAINING ........ 2
24 CFR 964: .225; .225
COLLECTIVELY ............................. 4
24 CFR 5: .500;
PIH Notices: 01-27 (2); 99-11
COLLECTS ....................................... 1
7465.1 Hbk: s1-2
COLLEGE ....................................... 25
HUD-50058: p16;
HUD-50058Instr: p60; p61 (3);
PH Occ Gbk: s10.1; s10.9;
s15.3 (2); Ap2-240 (2);
Ap3-281; Ap6-309;
7465.7 Gbk: AppG;
PIH Notices: 95-48 (5);
95-48 Tech Asst (5);
ACOP: 11G
COLLEGES ....................................... 2
24 CFR 964: .140;
PH Occ Gbk: s17.6
COLLEGE-WORK ........................... 1
ACOP: GL-I
COLOR ............................................ 57
24 CFR 5: .655;
24 CFR 945: .303;
24 CFR 960: .206;
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HUD-903: p1 (2); p2 (3); p4;
PH Occ Gbk: s1.0; s1.1 (5);
s1.2; s3.6; s4.8; s8.0;
s8.5; Ap1-233; Ap3-249 (3);
Ap3-257; Ap3-264; Ap3-265;
Ap3-268; Ap4-301; Ap8-340;
Ap8-352;
7465.1 Hbk: s1-3 (5); s4-1;
s5-4; s5-7;
7465.7 Gbk: s1-6;
PIH Notices: 02-21; 01-15;
95-48 (3);
95-48 Tech Asst (3);
ACOP: 1B; 1D (2); 2F; 4C;
4M; 4P; 4S; 10
COLORADO ......................................4
HUD-50058Instr: p64;
HUD-903: p3;
7465.7 Gbk: AppG;
PIH Notices: 03-11
COMBINATION .............................18
24 CFR 964: .115; .205; .305;
HUD-50058: p5;
HUD-50058Instr: p21;
PH Occ Gbk: s3.11; s7.7;
s8.0; s10.5; s15.0;
s15.6; Ap3-271; Ap6-310;
Ap7-316;
7465.1 Hbk: App2;
PIH Notices: 94-67;
ACOP: 4C; 4C
COMBINATIONS .............................2
PH Occ Gbk: s3.10; s10.4
COMBINE .........................................6
PH Occ Gbk: s10.2;
PIH Notices: 00-52 (3); 00-11;
00-11A
COMBINED .....................................24
24 CFR 5: .350;
24 CFR 960: .603;
24 CFR 966: .4(L)(3);
HUD-50058Instr: p2; p17;
PH Occ Gbk: s3.5; s3.6;
s10.1; s10.2 (2); s10.4;
s17.6; Ap4-296;
7465.7 Gbk: AppH (2);
PIH Notices: 02-21 (2);
01-20 (2); 00-11; 95-58;
95-48; 95-48 Tech Asst;
ACOP: 2F
COMBINING .....................................2
24 CFR 964: .7;
7465.7 Gbk: s7-7
COMMENT .....................................26
24 CFR 5: .353 (2); .380;
24 CFR 945: .203(b);
.205(b) (2);
24 CFR 960: .206;
24 CFR 964: .315 (2);
24 CFR 966: .3;
PH Occ Gbk: s16.2; s17.0;
s17.5; s17.7; Ap7-315;
Ap7-316; Ap7-317;
PIH Notices: 00-36; 99-19;
98-44; 97-12 (3); 94-67;
ACOP: 4C; 9C
COMMENT PERIOD ........................3
24 CFR 5: .353 (2);
PH Occ Gbk: s17.5
COMMERCIAL ...............................18
24 CFR 5: .100; .306;
HUD-50058Instr: p71;
PH Occ Gbk: s16.3; Ap2-243;
Ap7-316;
PIH Notices: 00-50; 99-19;
99-19-App1; 95-48 (4);
95-48 Tech Asst (4);
ACOP: PI-E
COMMISSION ................................30
HUD-50058Instr: p25; p30 (2);
p32; p72 (2);
PH Occ Gbk: s10.1 (5);
Ap3-281 (2); Ap8-351;
PIH Notices: 01-15 (5); 99-31;
99-19; 95-58; 95-48 (2);
95-48 Tech Asst (2);
ACOP: 7E (3); GL-I
COMMISSIONER .............................3
24 CFR 5: .300; .306;
PIH Notices: 01-27
COMMISSIONERS .........................14
24 CFR 964: .105;
24 CFR 966: .51; .57 (2);
PH Occ Gbk: s3.9; s6.1;
s18.9 (2); Ap3-246;
Ap5-304; Ap5-308 (2);
ACOP: 1C; 13D
COMMISSIONS ................................6
24 CFR 5: .609;
24 CFR 964: .130;
HUD-50058Instr: p27;
PH Occ Gbk: s10.1; Ap3-278;
Ap8-343
COMMISSIONS' ...............................1
ACOP: GL-I
COMMITTEE MEMBER ..................2
PH Occ Gbk: s18.5; Ap5-306
COMMITTEE MEMBERS ................2
PH Occ Gbk: Ap5-306; Ap5-306
COMMON AREA ..............................5
24 CFR 5: .703;
PH Occ Gbk: s1.2;
PIH Notices: 95-48;
95-48 Tech Asst;
ACOP: 5B
COMMON AREAS .........................57
24 CFR 5: .100; .318; .350;
.703 (5);
24 CFR 964: .305 (2);
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24 CFR 966: .4(e); .4(f);
HUD-50058Instr: p73 (2);
PH Occ Gbk: s1.1 (2); s1.2;
s4.6; s16.2; s17.6 (5);
Ap2-244; Ap3-249; Ap3-251;
Ap3-258; Ap4-288; Ap4-291;
Ap4-292; Ap4-293; Ap4-294;
Ap4-296; Ap8-340; Ap8-379;
Ap8-385;
PIH Notices: 02-01 (4); 01-15;
99-52 (4); 95-48;
95-48 Tech Asst;
ACOP: 1J; 2E; 2F (2); 8-I;
12B; 12C; GL-II; PI-B
COMMON HOUSEHOLD PET ..... 15
24 CFR 5: .306 (2); .318;
.324 (2); .350 (2); .359;
PH Occ Gbk: s16.2 (2);
Ap1-228 (2); Ap1-229 (2);
Ap7-316
COMMON HOUSEHOLD PETS ... 23
24 CFR 5: .309 (2); .312 (2);
.315 (2); .318 (3);
.321 (2); .353; .359;
24 CFR 960: .707 (2);
PH Occ Gbk: s16.2 (4);
s16.3 (2); Ap1-228; Ap1-229
COMMON LOBBY .......................... 1
24 CFR 5: .353
COMMON SPACE ........................... 1
HUD-50058Instr: p75
COMMON USE .............................. 10
PH Occ Gbk: s1.2; Ap1-234;
PIH Notices: 02-01 (2);
99-52 (2); 95-48 (2);
95-48 Tech Asst;
95-48 Tech Asst
COMMUNAL LIVING ..................... 1
24 CFR 5: .318
COMMUNICATION ...................... 72
24 CFR 5: .216;
24 CFR 964: .18;
PH Occ Gbk: s1.1; s1.2 (2);
s3.7; s4.5; s6.2;
Ap1-232; Ap3-251 (3);
Ap3-264;
PIH Notices: 02-01 (2);
99-52 (2); 95-48 (27);
95-48 Tech Asst (27);
ACOP: 8M
COMMUNICATIONS .................... 48
24 CFR 5: .502;
PH Occ Gbk: s6.0; s9.1;
s17.6 (2); Ap3-253;
Ap8-354; Ap8-355; Ap8-357;
7465.7 Gbk: s4-1;
PIH Notices: 02-01; 99-52;
95-48 (18);
95-48 Tech Asst (17);
95-48 Tech Asst
COMMUNITIES ............................. 19
24 CFR 960: .203;
24 CFR 964: .12; .200;
24 CFR 966: .4(L)(5);
HUD-50058Instr: p5 (2);
PH Occ Gbk: s3.10 (2); s17.6;
7465.1 Hbk: s1-1; s2-3;
s5-6 (2);
PIH Notices: 03-17 (2); 00-11;
97-12 (2); 97-12
COMMUNITY .............................. 303
24 CFR 5: .327 (2); .360;
.500; .504; .653; .661;
.703;
24 CFR 960: .257; .505;
.600; .601 (4); .603;
.605 (4); .607; .609;
24 CFR 964: .14; .18 (4);
.130; .140 (2); .205 (2);
.225;
24 CFR 966: .4(a); .4(L)(5);
HUD-50058: p3 (7); p iii (3);
p4 (7); p iv (3); p16 (8);
p17 (6); p28; p61 (3);
p70; p71 (2); p72; p73;
p75;
HUD-903: p2;
HUD-9886: p1; p2;
PH Occ Gbk: CovLtr; Int Pt4;
Int App; s1.1 (2); s3.4;
s3.7; s4.0; s4.1; s7.3;
s9.5; s10.1 (2); s10.2;
s10.5; s10.6; s12.1 (2);
s12.2 (5); s15; s15.0 (7);
s15.1 (7); s15.2 (3);
s15.4 (3); s15.6;
s15.7 (2); s15.8;
s15.9 (2); s17.1;
s17.5 (4); s17.6 (4);
s19.7 (5); Ap1-229 (2);
Ap1-235; Ap1-237 (5);
Ap3-250; Ap3-251; Ap3-272;
Ap3-277 (2); Ap3-281 (2);
Ap4-290 (2); Ap4-294;
Ap6-309 (4); Ap6-310 (4);
Ap6-311 (3); Ap6-312 (2);
Ap6-314 (2);
7465.1 Hbk: s2-3 (2); s4-2;
s5-6 (5); s6; s6-3;
7465.7 Gbk: CovLtr (2); s1-1;
s2-1; s10-3; AppF;
PIH Notices: 03-17 (25);
02-01 (5); 01-40;
01-27 (2); 01-15 (3);
00-50 (5); 00-36; 00-16;
00-11 (9); 00-11A (2);
99-52 (5); 99-19 (3);
99-18; 98-44; 97-12 (4);
95-58 (2); 95-48 (3);
95-48 Tech Asst (3);
ACOP: 1A; 1D; 1G; 1-I;
2F (2); 2G; 4A (2); 4C;
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4M; 6N; 9A (2); 9B (2);
10; 11B; 11D; 12B (2);
15 (2); GL-I; GL-II (6);
PI-A; PI-D
COMMUNITY AGENCIES ..............2
24 CFR 960: .605;
PH Occ Gbk: s15.1
COMMUNITY AREAS .....................1
7465.1 Hbk: s6-3
COMMUNITY BUILDERS ..............7
PIH Notices: 01-40; 01-27;
00-36; 00-16; 00-11;
99-19; 98-44
COMMUNITY BUILDING ..............2
PIH Notices: 99-19; 99-19
COMMUNITY BUILDINGS ............3
PIH Notices: 02-01; 99-52;
ACOP: 10
COMMUNITY COLLEGE ................7
HUD-50058: p16;
HUD-50058Instr: p61 (2);
PIH Notices: 95-48 (2);
95-48 Tech Asst;
95-48 Tech Asst
COMMUNITY COLLEGES .............2
24 CFR 964: .140;
PH Occ Gbk: s17.6
COMMUNITY ORGANIZATION ...1
24 CFR 964: .140
COMMUNITY ORGANIZATIONS .1
PIH Notices: 00-50
COMMUNITY ORGANIZER ...........1
24 CFR 964: .205
COMMUNITY ORGANIZING .........1
24 CFR 964: .205
COMMUNITY ROOM ......................1
PH Occ Gbk: Ap3-250
COMMUNITY ROOMS ....................2
24 CFR 5: .703;
PH Occ Gbk: Ap3-277
COMMUNITY SERVICE .............151
24 CFR 960: .257; .505; .600;
.601 (3); .603; .605 (3);
.607; .609;
24 CFR 966: .4(a);
HUD-50058: p3 (7); p iii (3);
p4 (7); p iv (3);
HUD-50058Instr: p16 (7);
p17 (6); p28; p70; p71;
p75;
PH Occ Gbk: Int Pt4; Int Ap;
s10.1; s10.6; s12.1 (2);
s12.2 (5); s15; s15.0 (5);
s15.1 (6); s15.2 (2);
s15.4 (3); s15.7 (2);
s15.9 (2); s17.1;
s17.5 (4); s17.6 (2);
Ap1-235; Ap1-237 (5);
Ap3-272; Ap3-277; Ap3-281;
Ap4-290 (2); Ap4-294;
Ap6-309 (3); Ap6-310 (2);
Ap6-311 (3); Ap6-312 (2);
Ap6-314 (2);
PIH Notices: 03-17 (24);
00-11 (4); 00-11A (2);
ACOP: 9A; 9B (2); 11B;
12B (2); 15; 15
COMMUNITY SERVICES ...............6
HUD-50058Instr: p72;
PH Occ Gbk: s10.1; Ap3-281;
PIH Notices: 95-48;
95-48 Tech Asst;
ACOP: GL-I
COMMUNITY SPACE .....................2
24 CFR 964: .18; .18
COMMUNITY WIDE .......................1
PH Occ Gbk: s3.4
COMMUNITY-BASED ....................2
24 CFR 964: .205;
PIH Notices: 00-50
COMMUNITY-BASED
ORGANIZATIONS ...........................1
24 CFR 964: .205
COMMUNITYWIDE ........................1
PH Occ Gbk: Ap3-263
COMMUNITY-WIDE .....................16
PH Occ Gbk: s3.0; s3.4 (3);
s3.5 (2); s8.0; s8.2;
s8.6; Ap3-263;
7465.1 Hbk: s1-1 (2);
s5-6 (2); s6; s6
COMPANIES .....................................6
PH Occ Gbk: s10.1; s15.2;
PIH Notices: 95-48;
95-48 Tech Asst;
ACOP: 8E; PI-A
COMPANION ....................................5
PH Occ Gbk: s10.1; Ap3-280;
Ap4-293;
ACOP: 10; GL-I
COMPANION ANIMAL ...................1
PH Occ Gbk: Ap4-293
COMPANION ANIMALS ................1
ACOP: 10
COMPANIONS .................................2
PIH Notices: 95-48;
95-48 Tech Asst
COMPANY ......................................38
24 CFR 5: .214;
HUD-903: p1 (2);
HUD-903-1: p5;
PH Occ Gbk: s6.3; s14.0;
s14.1; s14.3 (2);
s14.4 (2); Ap2-245;
Ap3-276 (2); Ap3-283;
Ap4-294; Ap8-353; Ap8-375;
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PIH Notices: 03-11; 99-31;
95-48 (6);
95-48 Tech Asst (6);
ACOP: 2G; 6L; 6R; 7H;
7-I; 9F
COMPARABLE .............................. 40
24 CFR 960: .253;
24 CFR 964: .340;
HUD-50058Instr: p27; p29;
p75 (2);
PH Occ Gbk: s3.10; s7.7;
s10.4; s10.5; s10.6 (2);
Ap1-232; Ap8-369; Ap8-389;
7465.1 Hbk: App3;
PIH Notices: 02-01; 01-15;
99-52; 99-31 (2); 99-19;
99-19-App1; 97-12 (5);
95-48 (4);
95-48 Tech Asst (4);
ACOP: 11G; GL-I (2); GL-II
COMPARABLE HOUSING ............. 4
PH Occ Gbk: s3.10;
PIH Notices: 99-19; 99-19-Ap1;
97-12
COMPELLED ................................... 2
PH Occ Gbk: s1.2; s11.5
COMPELLING ................................. 6
PH Occ Gbk: s4.8; s8.5;
Ap3-265;
PIH Notices: 95-48;
95-48 Tech Asst;
ACOP: 4S
COMPENSATION .......................... 60
24 CFR 5: .214 (6); .609 (4);
.661;
24 CFR 964: .340;
HUD-50058Instr: p25 (2);
p27 (2); p31; p32 (2);
p71;
HUD-9886: p1 (2);
PH Occ Gbk: s10.1 (8);
Ap3-278 (4); Ap3-281;
Ap5-305; Ap8-322; Ap8-325;
Ap8-329 (3); Ap8-343;
Ap8-348;
7465.1 Hbk: s6-2;
PIH Notices: 01-15 (2); 95-58;
95-48; 95-48 Tech Asst;
ACOP: 6K (2); 7E (4);
GL-I (4); PI-C
COMPETITIVE BIDDING ............... 1
24 CFR 964: .225
COMPLAIN ...................................... 2
HUD-903: p2; p2
COMPLAINANT .......................... 146
24 CFR 966: .53; .54 (2);
.55(a) (2); .55(c) (2);
.55(d); .55(f) (2);
.56 (10); .57 (5);
PH Occ Gbk: s18.3; s18.4 (4);
s18.5; s18.6; s18.7 (2);
s18.8 (5); s18.9 (7);
Ap1-239 (2); Ap5-303;
Ap5-304 (7); Ap5-305 (8);
Ap5-306 (24); Ap5-308 (3);
PIH Notices: 95-48 (3);
95-48 Tech Asst (3);
ACOP: 13E; 13F (47); 13F
COMPLAINANTS ............................ 7
PH Occ Gbk: s18.8;
PIH Notices: 95-48 (3);
95-48 Tech Asst (2);
95-48 Tech Asst
COMPLAINANT'S ......................... 28
24 CFR 966: .55(f); .57 (2);
PH Occ Gbk: s18.9 (5);
Ap5-305 (2); Ap5-308 (2);
ACOP: 13F (15); 13F
COMPLAINED ................................. 1
PH Occ Gbk: s4.6
COMPLAINING ............................... 1
HUD-903: p1
COMPLAINT ................................ 105
24 CFR 5: .360;
24 CFR 966: .54; .55(c);
.55(e); .56 (3);
HUD-903: p1 (9); p2 (5);
p3 (6); p6;
PH Occ Gbk: s1.1 (2); s3.4;
s18.8; Ap1-239; Ap5-304;
Ap5-306 (4);
PIH Notices: 02-01; 99-52;
95-58; 95-48 (28);
95-48 Tech Asst (28);
ACOP: 4B; 13F (6); 13F
COMPLAINTS ................................ 81
HUD-903: p1; p3;
HUD-903-1: p6;
PH Occ Gbk: s1.1; s18.0;
Ap5-304 (2);
PIH Notices: 95-48 (30);
95-48 Tech Asst (30);
ACOP: 2F; 2G; 2H; 3B;
3C; 3D (2); 7K; 12C;
13; 13F; PI-A; PI-D;
PI-D
COMPLEMENT ................................ 1
PH Occ Gbk: s10.3
COMPLEMENTARY ....................... 1
24 CFR 964: .117
COMPLETION ............................... 60
24 CFR 5: .514 (4); .516;
24 CFR 945: .203(b);
24 CFR 960: .203;
24 CFR 964: .305; .308;
.345;
24 CFR 966: .4(L)(5);
HUD-50058Instr: p3; p60;
p62; p73;
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PH Occ Gbk: s4.6; s10.9;
Ap4-297 (2); Ap8-320;
Ap8-323;
7465.7 Gbk: s8-4; s9-1 (2);
s10-2; s10-4; s12-1 (2);
AppF (2);
PIH Notices: 02-01; 00-27;
99-52; 99-19; 94-67 (10);
ACOP: 1E; 1G; 2A; 2F;
2G; 3D; 4Intro; 11B;
11F (2); 13F (4); GL-I;
PI-C
COMPLEX .......................................22
24 CFR 5: .100;
PH Occ Gbk: Int Pt5; s3.6;
s13.2; Ap2-244;
PIH Notices: 03-11; 02-21;
01-20; 95-48 (5);
95-48 Tech Asst (5);
ACOP: 2F (2); 12C; GL-II
COMPLIANCE ..............................243
24 CFR 5: .212 (3); .350 (2);
.524; .653; .703; .705;
.801 (2);
24 CFR 945: .105; .303;
24 CFR 960: .201; .257;
.600; .605 (3); .607;
.701;
24 CFR 964: .125; .225;
.310 (7);
24 CFR 966: .55(f);
HUD-50058: p i;
HUD-50058Instr: p17 (2);
p19 (2); p75;
PH Occ Gbk: Int Pt2; Int Pt4;
s3.0; s4.0; s4.2; s4.6;
s4.10 (6); s6.0 (2);
s6.1 (4); s6.9; s7.1;
s7.6 (2); s7.7 (5); s8.8;
s9.5; s12.1 (2); s12.2;
s15.1; s15.4; s15.5;
s17.0 (2); s17.1; s17.6;
Ap1-232; Ap1-233; Ap1-235;
Ap2-238; Ap3-251; Ap3-259;
Ap3-261; Ap3-272 (2);
Ap3-275; Ap4-287;
Ap4-290 (2); Ap4-297 (2);
Ap6-311; Ap6-314; Ap7-315;
Ap7-316; Ap7-317; Ap8-382;
Ap8-383; Ap8-384;
Ap8-385 (2); Ap8-389 (3);
Ap8-391;
7465.1 Hbk: s4-2; s5-4;
s5-5;
7465.7 Gbk: CovLtr; s1-6;
s12-1;
PIH Notices: 03-17 (2); 03-11;
02-21; 02-12; 02-01 (23);
01-20; 01-17; 01-15;
01-05; 00-20; 00-11;
00-11A (4); 99-52 (22);
99-31 (2); 99-21; 99-19;
99-11 (2); 98-24;
97-12 (3); 95-58;
95-48 (22);
95-48 Tech Asst (16);
94-67 (2);
ACOP: 1Intro; 1B; 1D; 1H;
2G; 4L (2); 4O; 9M;
10 (2); 11A (2); 11B;
13F; GL-II; PI-A;
PI-B (3); PI-E
COMPLIANCE AGREEMENT ........4
24 CFR 964: .310 (2);
7465.1 Hbk: s5-4; s5-5
COMPLIANCE EFFORTS ................2
PIH Notices: 02-01; 99-52
COMPLIANT ...................................13
PH Occ Gbk: s3.1; s3.10;
s4.10; s5.4; s6.7; s11.1;
s15.5; s17.8; s19.2;
Ap1-239; Ap6-311;
PIH Notices: 02-01; 99-52
COMPLIED .....................................11
24 CFR 5: .615 (2);
PH Occ Gbk: s17.6 (2);
Ap8-389;
ACOP: 6Q (2); 11D (2); PI-I;
PI-I
COMPLY .......................................258
24 CFR 5: .107; .236; .321;
.350 (2); .403; .653;
.703 (2);
24 CFR 960: .201; .202;
.600; .601; .603; .605;
.607; .707;
24 CFR 964: .7; .18;
.230 (2); .425;
24 CFR 966: .4(e); .4(f);
.4(L)(2); .4(n); .56;
HUD-50058Instr: p16 (2); p70;
p73 (2);
PH Occ Gbk: Int Pt1; Int Pt3;
Int Pt4 (2); s1.1; s3.4;
s3.8; s4.2; s4.6 (9);
s4.10 (3); s6.7; s6.9;
s6.12; s7.0 (2); s7.6 (2);
s7.7 (8); s8.3; s10.1;
s12.0; s12.1; s12.2 (3);
s13.1; s13.5 (3); s15.1;
s15.4 (2); s15.7;
s16.2 (2); s17.6 (7);
s17.8; Ap1-237; Ap2-238;
Ap3-249; Ap3-252; Ap3-257;
Ap3-258 (3); Ap3-259;
Ap3-260 (4); Ap3-274;
Ap4-287; Ap4-289 (5);
Ap4-290 (2); Ap4-291;
Ap4-292; Ap4-297;
Ap5-306 (2); Ap6-310;
Ap6-314; Ap7-316;
Ap8-319 (2); Ap8-323;
Ap8-362; Ap8-366; Ap8-377;
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Ap8-380 (2); Ap8-382 (2);
Ap8-383; Ap8-384 (2);
Ap8-385 (2); Ap8-386 (2);
Ap8-387; Ap8-389 (2);
Ap8-390;
7465.1 Hbk: s1-1; s4-2;
s5-1;
7465.7 Gbk: ApB Q9;
PIH Notices: 03-17 (4); 02-21;
02-01 (12); 01-20; 01-15;
00-45 (2); 00-36 (7);
00-11; 99-52 (12);
99-19 (2); 99-19-App1;
99-11; 97-12 (3);
95-48 (22);
95-48 Tech Asst (18);
ACOP: 1D (2); 2E (3);
2G (2); 8Intro; 8D; 9M;
10 (4); 11C; 12B;
13F (2); GL-II (2); PI-A;
PI-I; PI-I
COMPLYING ................................. 23
24 CFR 5: .318;
24 CFR 960: .607;
PH Occ Gbk: s4.6; s4.8;
s7.6; s7.7; s12.2;
Ap2-244; Ap3-249; Ap4-289;
Ap4-297; Ap6-312; Ap8-319;
Ap8-389;
7465.1 Hbk: s1-1 (2); s5-7;
7465.7 Gbk: ApB Q9;
PIH Notices: 00-52; 99-31;
97-12; 95-48;
95-48 Tech Asst
COMPOSITION ............................ 106
24 CFR 5: .403; .601; .615;
.657 (4); .659 (2);
24 CFR 945: .303;
24 CFR 960: .257 (5); .259;
24 CFR 966: .4(a); .4(c) (5);
HUD-50058Instr: p10; p12 (3);
p72;
PH Occ Gbk: s3.8; s4.2;
s4.6 (2); s5.4; s6.4 (2);
s6.9; s7.0; s7.1; s7.5;
s7.7; s7.8; s7.10; s9.4;
s10.6; s12.2 (4); s12.3;
s13.0; s17.6 (4); Ap1-231;
Ap1-238; Ap3-254; Ap3-260;
Ap3-263; Ap3-272; Ap3-274;
Ap4-287; Ap4-290 (3);
Ap4-291; Ap4-296 (2);
Ap4-300 (2);
7465.1 Hbk: s2-1; s2-3;
s5-1;
7465.7 Gbk: ApB Q13; ApB Q39;
AppH (2);
PIH Notices: 01-15 (2);
ACOP: 2B (2); 2G; 3B; 3D;
3E; 3F; 4A; 4B; 4S;
5B; 6S (2); 7-I (3); 9C;
11Intro (2); 11B; 11C (2);
11F (2); 11G (3); 12B
COMPREHENSIVE ........................ 26
24 CFR 945: .105;
24 CFR 964: .135 (2);
.225 (3);
PH Occ Gbk: Ap3-250;
PIH Notices: 02-21 (2);
02-01 (2); 01-20 (2);
00-52; 00-27 (2);
99-52 (2); 99-31 (2);
99-19 (3); 97-12; 95-58;
95-58
COMPREHENSIVE HOUSING ....... 3
24 CFR 945: .105;
PIH Notices: 99-19; 97-12
COMPREHENSIVE IMPROVEMENT
ASSISTANCE ................................... 7
24 CFR 964: .135; .225 (3);
PIH Notices: 02-21; 02-01;
99-52
COMPTROLLER .............................. 4
24 CFR 964: .230; .350;
PIH Notices: 95-48;
95-48 Tech Asst
COMPTROLLER GENERAL .......... 2
24 CFR 964: .230; .350
COMPUTATION ............................ 14
PH Occ Gbk: s4.10; s7.6;
s7.11 (2); s10.1;
s10.9 (2); s12.5; s14.0;
Ap3-248; Ap3-251; Ap3-272;
Ap3-283;
PIH Notices: 01-09B
COMPUTE ...................................... 18
HUD-50058Instr: p39; p40;
p68;
PH Occ Gbk: s6.6; s10.0;
s10.1; s13.5 (2); Ap2-238;
Ap8-334 (2); Ap8-337;
Ap8-352; Ap8-357 (2);
Ap8-369;
PIH Notices: 01-09A;
ACOP: 11G
COMPUTED ................................... 28
24 CFR 5: .603 (3);
HUD-50058Instr: p34; p70;
p71; p73;
PH Occ Gbk: s7.4; s10.2 (2);
s10.9; s12.2; s13.2;
Ap3-273; Ap3-282 (2);
Ap3-283; Ap4-287; Ap8-364;
7465.1 Hbk: s6-1;
PIH Notices: 01-09; 01-09A;
ACOP: 6O; 7E; GL-I (2);
GL-II; GL-II
COMPUTER ................................... 46
24 CFR 5: .210; .214 (3);
.234 (5);
24 CFR 964: .205; .308;
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HUD-50058Instr: p61;
HUD-9886: p1;
PH Occ Gbk: s17.6;
Ap1-227 (2); Ap1-228;
7465.1 Hbk: s5-6;
PIH Notices: 01-15 (4);
95-48 (8);
95-48 Tech Asst (8);
ACOP: 3B; 7A; 7C; 7E (2);
7H; 8L; 8M
COMPUTER MATCH .......................5
24 CFR 5: .214 (2); .234 (2);
PH Occ Gbk: Ap1-227
COMPUTER MATCHES ..................1
24 CFR 5: .210
COMPUTER MATCHING ................8
24 CFR 5: .214; .234 (3);
HUD-9886: p1;
PH Occ Gbk: Ap1-227; Ap1-228;
ACOP: 7C
COMPUTER PRINTOUT .................1
ACOP: 7H
COMPUTER PRINTOUTS ...............1
ACOP: 7A
COMPUTER REPORT ......................2
ACOP: 7E; 7E
COMPUTER SKILLS ........................2
24 CFR 964: .205;
HUD-50058Instr: p61
COMPUTER SKILLS TRAINING ...1
24 CFR 964: .308
COMPUTER-ASSISTED ..................4
PIH Notices: 95-48 (2);
95-48 Tech Asst;
95-48 Tech Asst
COMPUTER-GENERATED .............4
PH Occ Gbk: s7.0; s7.5;
ACOP: 7E; 7E
COMPUTERIZED .............................1
PIH Notices: 01-15
COMPUTERS ....................................3
24 CFR 964: .205;
PIH Notices: 95-48;
95-48 Tech Asst
COMPUTING ..................................15
24 CFR 5: .353;
24 CFR 964: .345;
PH Occ Gbk: s10.0; s10.2;
s12.2; s13.5 (2); Ap1-230;
Ap2-239; Ap3-283 (2);
Ap8-367; Ap8-372;
7465.1 Hbk: s6-2;
ACOP: 6K
CONCENTRATED ............................4
7465.1 Hbk: s5-3;
PIH Notices: 02-21 (2); 02-21
CONCENTRATION ..........................7
HUD-50058Instr: p5; p71;
PH Occ Gbk: Ap3-269;
PIH Notices: 02-21 (2); 01-20;
01-20
CONCENTRATIONS ........................7
PH Occ Gbk: Ap3-256;
PIH Notices: 00-11; 97-12 (2);
ACOP: 1B; 2G; 4M
CONCERN .......................................11
24 CFR 5: .601;
24 CFR 964: .7;
24 CFR 966: .57;
PH Occ Gbk: s18.9; Ap5-308;
Ap8-364; Ap8-367; Ap8-372;
7465.1 Hbk: s3-4;
PIH Notices: 94-67;
ACOP: 13F
CONCERNED ...................................6
PH Occ Gbk: s5.3;
7465.7 Gbk: CovLtr; s1-6;
PIH Notices: 00-11A; 99-31;
ACOP: 9M
CONCERNING ................................94
24 CFR 5: .240; .502 (2);
.508 (2); .514 (2);
.518 (2); .613; .630;
.653; .655; .659;
.903 (7); .905 (3);
24 CFR 960: .102; .200;
.204 (2); .205; .206;
.257; .259; .601;
24 CFR 964: .18 (4);
24 CFR 966: .4(d); .4(e);
.4(L)(3) (2); .4(L)(5) (2);
.4(m) (2); .4(n); .51;
.55(g) (2); .56;
HUD-9886: p1 (2); p2;
PH Occ Gbk: s2.2; s3.8;
s4.6; s10.5; s17.6 (2);
Ap1-227; Ap1-237;
Ap3-278 (2); Ap4-292;
Ap4-296;
7465.7 Gbk: s3-7; s4-1 (2);
s5-4 (2); s10-1; s10-5;
s10-8; ApB Q10; AppD;
PIH Notices: 03-05; 02-01;
01-40; 01-15; 01-05;
00-27; 00-01; 99-52;
98-66; 95-48 (4);
95-48 Tech Asst (2); 94-67;
ACOP: 7C; 11C; 13F
CONCERNS .....................................11
24 CFR 5: .703;
24 CFR 964: .305; .315;
.320;
HUD-903-1: p3;
PIH Notices: 02-01; 99-52;
98-44; 95-48;
95-48 Tech Asst;
ACOP: 13F
CONDITION ..................................130
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24 CFR 5: .309; .315;
.318 (2); .327; .360;
.615; .659; .661;
.703 (5);
24 CFR 960: .259;
24 CFR 966: .4(e) (3);
.4(f) (2); .4(i); .4(L)(5);
.55(d);
HUD-50058: p i;
HUD-50058Instr: p15; p71;
p73 (2); p75;
PH Occ Gbk: Int Pt3; s1.2 (3);
s4.6; s4.10; s7.6; s7.7;
s8.5; s9.2 (5); s10.7;
s11.1 (2); s13.5;
s16.2 (2); s17.6 (10);
Ap1-229; Ap1-231 (3);
Ap2-241; Ap3-259; Ap3-261;
Ap3-277; Ap4-291 (3);
Ap4-292; Ap4-293;
Ap4-294 (2); Ap4-295;
Ap4-297 (2); Ap8-326;
Ap8-366; Ap8-385;
Ap8-390 (2); Ap8-391 (2);
7465.1 Hbk: s4-2; s6-2 (7);
App3;
PIH Notices: 02-01 (3);
99-52 (3); 99-31; 99-19;
99-19-App1; 95-48 (7);
95-48 Tech Asst (7);
ACOP: 2G (2); 4C; 7-I; 9G;
9M (6); 10; 11D; GL-II
CONDITION OF THEIR JOB .......... 5
7465.1 Hbk: s6-2 (4); s6-2
CONDITIONAL ................................ 7
7465.7 Gbk: s3-1; AppC (4);
AppF; AppF
CONDITIONALLY .......................... 2
PIH Notices: 02-21; 02-21
CONDITIONER ................................ 2
PH Occ Gbk: Ap4-301;
ACOP: 9M
CONDITIONERS .............................. 5
PH Occ Gbk: s14.2; Ap4-288;
Ap4-289; Ap4-301;
PIH Notices: 00-35
CONDITIONING .............................. 1
ACOP: 12B
CONDITIONS ............................... 152
24 CFR 5: .315; .403 (2);
.506; .516; .518 (6);
.630 (3); .657; .661;
.703; .903;
24 CFR 945: .105 (2);
24 CFR 960: .257; .503;
.505; .707 (2);
24 CFR 964: .12; .200; .205;
.425;
24 CFR 966: .4(a);
HUD-50058: p i;
HUD-50058Instr: p15 (2); p17;
p70; p71; p73 (4);
p74 (2);
HUD-903: p1; p2 (2);
PH Occ Gbk: Int Pt3; s1.1 (3);
s1.2 (2); s2.2 (2);
s4.6 (2); s5.5; s7.7 (3);
s9.2; s11.1 (2); s11.7;
s12.2; s15.2; s16.2;
s17.0; s17.2; s17.6 (3);
s19.2; Ap1-234; Ap1-237;
Ap1-238; Ap2-241; Ap2-243;
Ap3-258; Ap3-259 (3);
Ap3-269 (2); Ap3-271;
Ap4-286 (2); Ap4-287 (2);
Ap4-289 (2); Ap4-294 (2);
Ap4-297; Ap4-299; Ap4-300;
Ap4-301; Ap6-309; Ap8-369;
Ap8-387; Ap8-391;
7465.1 Hbk: CovLtr; s2-3;
s3-4;
7465.7 Gbk: s10-4; s10-5 (2);
PIH Notices: 03-11; 01-27;
01-09; 00-35; 00-11;
99-19 (3); 99-19-App1;
95-48 (9);
95-48 Tech Asst (9);
ACOP: 1B; 1J; 2F; 2G (3);
4C (2); 8D (3); 8E (2);
9M (2); GL-II (3); GL-II
CONDONES ..................................... 1
7465.1 Hbk: s5-3
CONDUCIVE .................................... 4
24 CFR 966: .4(f);
PH Occ Gbk: s17.6; Ap4-293;
7465.1 Hbk: s5-2
CONDUCT .................................... 143
24 CFR 5: .327; .360; .657;
24 CFR 945: .203(b); .205(b);
24 CFR 960: .203 (2); .253;
.257 (6);
24 CFR 966: .56;
HUD-50058Instr: p9; p12 (3);
HUD-903-1: p2;
PH Occ Gbk: Int Pt1; Int App;
s1.2 (2); s3.2; s3.6;
s3.10; s4.6 (2); s4.9;
s6.4; s6.12 (2); s7.4 (2);
s7.6; s9.2; s9.5;
s10.6 (2); s17.6 (3);
s18.8; Ap1-229;
Ap1-233 (2); Ap1-234;
Ap1-235; Ap1-236 (2);
Ap1-237 (2); Ap3-252;
Ap3-257; Ap3-258 (3);
Ap3-260 (2); Ap3-267;
Ap5-306; Ap8-323; Ap8-381;
Ap8-388;
7465.1 Hbk: s4-1; s4-3;
7465.7 Gbk: s3-3; s3-7;
PIH Notices: 03-17; 03-11 (2);
02-21; 02-01 (3); 01-43;
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01-27 (3); 01-15 (2);
01-11; 01-05; 00-51;
99-52 (3); 99-50;
99-19 (2); 99-11 (2);
98-53; 97-12 (2); 95-69;
95-58 (3); 95-48;
95-48 Tech Asst; 94-67 (4);
ACOP: 1E; 2F (3); 2G (13);
6F; 7E; 7-I (2); 9D;
9M (8); 11E; 11G;
13F (3); PI-E; PI-E
CONDUCTED .................................94
24 CFR 5: .212; .512; .705;
24 CFR 966: .55(b); .56;
HUD-50058Instr: p3; p9;
p10 (2); p12 (3); p21;
PH Occ Gbk: CovLtr; s1.1;
s7.11; s8.3; s10.6;
s12.2; s12.6; s12.7;
s18.5 (2); s18.8 (2);
s19.7; Ap1-231; Ap3-272;
Ap5-305; Ap5-306; Ap8-341;
Ap8-380; Ap8-390;
7465.7 Gbk: s7-1; s7-2;
PIH Notices: 03-11;
02-01 (10); 01-15 (2);
99-52 (10); 99-31;
99-11 (3); 95-58 (2);
95-48 (6);
95-48 Tech Asst (6);
94-67 (3);
ACOP: 1B; 9A; 9M (6); 11B;
11C; 11E; 13F (2); PI-B;
PI-D
CONDUCTING ...............................33
24 CFR 5: .512; .705; .903;
24 CFR 964: .150;
PH Occ Gbk: Int Pt1; s3.7;
s4.2; s4.3; s7.0; s7.5;
s12.2; s17.6 (2); Ap3-251;
Ap8-356;
7465.1 Hbk: s1-3; s2-3 (4);
7465.7 Gbk: s7-4;
PIH Notices: 02-01 (2);
99-52 (2); 99-11 (2);
94-67 (2);
ACOP: 9M; 11Intro; 11B;
11B
CONDUCTS ....................................10
24 CFR 945: .205(a);
24 CFR 960: .253;
PH Occ Gbk: s3.0; s7.3;
s9.2; s11.4;
PIH Notices: 95-48;
95-48 Tech Asst;
ACOP: 9M; PI-E
CONFESSION ...................................4
24 CFR 966: .6;
PH Occ Gbk: s17.2 (2); Ap1-238
CONFIDENCE .................................11
PH Occ Gbk: Ap8-343; Ap8-344;
Ap8-345; Ap8-346; Ap8-347;
Ap8-348; Ap8-349; Ap8-350;
Ap8-365; Ap8-370;
ACOP: PI-B
CONFIDENTIAL .............................12
HUD-50058: p i;
PH Occ Gbk: s4.10; s4.11;
Ap3-261;
7465.1 Hbk: s4-2;
PIH Notices: 02-01; 99-52;
95-58; 95-48;
95-48 Tech Asst;
ACOP: 1J; 2G
CONFIDENTIALITY ......................11
24 CFR 945: .205(a);
24 CFR 960: .205;
24 CFR 964: .135;
PH Occ Gbk: Int; s4.11;
Ap8-361;
PIH Notices: 01-15; 00-11;
95-48; 95-48 Tech Asst;
ACOP: 2F
CONFIDENTIALLY .........................7
24 CFR 5: .903; .905;
24 CFR 960: .205;
PH Occ Gbk: s7.11 (2);
PIH Notices: 03-11;
ACOP: 2F
CONFINED ........................................4
ACOP: 6H (2); 10; 11G
CONFINEMENT ...............................3
24 CFR 966: .4(L)(5);
PH Occ Gbk: s17.6;
PIH Notices: 03-11
CONFIRM ........................................22
24 CFR 5: .236; .512 (4);
.514;
PH Occ Gbk: s2.2; s3.7;
s4.6; s6.6; s7.3;
7465.7 Gbk: CovLtr; s1-6;
s7-2; s7-3 (2); s9-1;
AppF;
PIH Notices: 02-01; 99-52;
99-19;
ACOP: PI-B
CONFIRMATION .............................7
PH Occ Gbk: Ap3-274;
PIH Notices: 94-67;
ACOP: 4N; 7E; 7H (2); 7H
CONFIRMED ....................................6
HUD-50058Instr: p71;
PH Occ Gbk: s7.3; Ap3-264;
PIH Notices: 01-11;
ACOP: 4S; 7A
CONFIRMING ...................................1
PH Occ Gbk: s17.6
CONFIRMS .......................................1
ACOP: 11C
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CONFLICT ...................................... 22
24 CFR 5: .315 (4);
24 CFR 964: .145; .150;
.430 (2);
PH Occ Gbk: Int Pt2; s7.4;
s16.2; s17.0;
PIH Notices: 02-01; 99-52;
95-48; 95-48 Tech Asst;
94-67 (2);
ACOP: 1Intro; PI-A; PI-D;
PI-I
CONFLICT OF INTEREST .............. 4
24 CFR 964: .145; .150; .430;
.430
CONFLICTING ................................ 5
7465.7 Gbk: s3-7 (3);
PIH Notices: 95-48;
95-48 Tech Asst
CONFLICTS ..................................... 5
24 CFR 5: .306;
24 CFR 964: .225;
ACOP: PI-A; PI-E; PI-E
CONFRONT .................................... 10
24 CFR 5: .514;
24 CFR 966: .53; .56;
PH Occ Gbk: s18.2; s18.8;
Ap5-303; Ap5-306;
7465.7 Gbk: s9-2; AppF;
ACOP: 13F
CONGREGATE HOUSING ............. 3
24 CFR 5: .703;
24 CFR 945: .103;
PH Occ Gbk: s7.1
CONGREGATE SHELTERS ........... 2
HUD-50058Instr: p72;
ACOP: 4C
CONGRESS .................................... 19
HUD-50058Instr: p1; p72;
PH Occ Gbk: s6.8; s13.5;
s19.0 (3);
PIH Notices: 01-20; 01-09 (2);
01-05; 00-52; 00-27 (2);
00-11 (4);
ACOP: 4C
CONGRESS'...................................... 1
PH Occ Gbk: s7.0
CONGRESSIONAL ........................ 11
PIH Notices: 02-21 (4);
01-20 (3); 00-27 (3); 97-12
CONGRESSIONALLY .................... 1
PH Occ Gbk: s3.6
CONSECUTIVE DAYS ................. 12
24 CFR 5: .318;
24 CFR 945: .303;
PH Occ Gbk: s16.2;
PIH Notices: 03-05; 01-40;
ACOP: 9D; 11G (5); 11G
CONSECUTIVE MONTHS ............. 2
ACOP: 6C; 11G
CONSENT ..................................... 134
24 CFR 5: .100 (3); .210 (2);
.214 (3); .230 (13);
.232 (2); .234; .502;
.508 (5); .514; .632;
.659 (5); .903 (5);
24 CFR 960: .205 (5);
.259 (5);
24 CFR 966: .4(d) (3); .6;
HUD-50058Instr: p62; p71 (3);
HUD-9886: p1 (11); p2 (6);
PH Occ Gbk: s2.2; s7.3;
s17.6; Ap1-227;
Ap1-228 (5); Ap1-231;
Ap1-237; Ap2-240 (2);
Ap2-243; Ap4-287; Ap4-289;
Ap4-292; Ap4-293; Ap8-359;
Ap8-370;
7465.7 Gbk: s3-7; s4-1;
s4-3; s4-5; s5-1 (6);
ApB Q17; ApB Q18; AppC;
AppD (8); AppF;
PIH Notices: 03-11 (4);
01-15 (3);
ACOP: 2F (3); 7B; 7-I (2);
9D; 11G
CONSENT FORM .......................... 64
24 CFR 5: .214 (2); .230 (3);
.232; .502; .508 (4);
.514; .659; .903 (4);
24 CFR 960: .205 (3); .259;
HUD-50058Instr: p71 (2);
HUD-9886: p1 (8); p2 (3);
PH Occ Gbk: s2.2; s7.3;
Ap1-227; Ap1-228 (5);
Ap1-237;
7465.7 Gbk: s3-7; s4-1;
s4-3; s4-5; s5-1 (5);
ApB Q17; ApC; ApD (5);
ApF;
PIH Notices: 03-11 (2);
ACOP: 7-I; 9D
CONSENT FORM--CONTENTS ..... 1
24 CFR 5: .230
CONSENT FORMS ........................ 20
24 CFR 5: .210 (2); .214;
.230 (5); .232; .234;
.659;
24 CFR 960: .205; .259;
HUD-50058Instr: p71;
7465.7 Gbk: s5-1;
PIH Notices: 03-11 (2);
01-15 (2);
ACOP: 7-I
CONSENT FORMS--SPECIAL ....... 1
24 CFR 5: .230
CONSENTS ...................................... 2
24 CFR 5: .903;
ACOP: 3D
CONSEQUENCE .............................. 4
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PH Occ Gbk: Int Pt7; s19.0;
s19.1; s19.3
CONSEQUENCES ............................6
PH Occ Gbk: s1.2; s19.0;
PIH Notices: 95-48;
95-48 Tech Asst;
ACOP: 7C; PI-I
CONSEQUENTLY ............................5
PH Occ Gbk: s1.2;
PIH Notices: 01-20; 00-27;
95-48; 95-48 Tech Asst
CONSERVATION ...........................26
24 CFR 5: .801;
PH Occ Gbk: s14.0; s14.3;
PIH Notices: 01-37 (2);
00-50 (18); 00-35; 99-18;
94-67
CONSERVATIVE .............................3
PH Occ Gbk: Int Pt3; s14.1;
ACOP: 6R
CONSERVATIVELY ........................1
ACOP: PI-Intro
CONSERVE .......................................2
PH Occ Gbk: s14.2;
PIH Notices: 00-35
CONSERVING ..................................1
PH Occ Gbk: s6.12
CONSERVING UTILITIES ..............1
PH Occ Gbk: s6.12
CONSIDERATION .........................75
24 CFR 5: .318; .380;
.603 (2); .609;
24 CFR 945: .203(b); .205(b);
24 CFR 960: .203 (3);
24 CFR 964: .225; .315;
24 CFR 966: .4(L)(5) (2); .5;
HUD-50058Instr: p31;
PH Occ Gbk: s4.1; s4.9;
s4.10 (3); s7.4 (2);
s7.6 (2); s7.7; s10.1 (2);
s10.6 (2); s17.5; Ap2-243;
Ap3-252; Ap3-261; Ap3-280;
Ap6-310; Ap8-364; Ap8-367;
Ap8-372;
7465.1 Hbk: s4-1; s5-3;
s5-4 (2); s5-7; s6-1;
7465.7 Gbk: s3-7; ApB Q12;
AppH (2);
PIH Notices: 03-05; 01-40;
01-20; 00-36; 00-27;
99-11; 95-48 (5);
95-48 Tech Asst (5);
ACOP: 1J; 2G (3); 7E; 8M;
9K; 10; GL-I; PI-I
CONSIDERATIONS .......................20
24 CFR 5: .703;
PH Occ Gbk: s1.1; s3.6;
s4.10; s8.3; s8.5;
s10.3 (2); Ap2-243;
Ap3-265; Ap8-370;
7465.1 Hbk: s5-4;
7465.7 Gbk: s4-4; s5-1;
PIH Notices: 02-01; 00-11;
00-11A; 99-52;
ACOP: 4S; 5D
CONSIST ...........................................9
24 CFR 5: .609;
24 CFR 964: .115 (3); .120;
PH Occ Gbk: s2.2; s10.1;
ACOP: 4A; 6C
CONSISTED ......................................1
PH Occ Gbk: s10.9
CONSISTENCY ................................8
HUD-50058Instr: p1;
PH Occ Gbk: s16.2; Ap7-315;
PIH Notices: 99-19 (2);
99-19-App1;
ACOP: 2Intro; PI-C
CONSISTENT .................................54
24 CFR 5: .315; .512; .603;
.801; .903;
24 CFR 960: .202; .203;
.205; .707;
24 CFR 964: .225; .320;
24 CFR 966: .4(L)(5) (2);
HUD-50058Instr: p76;
PH Occ Gbk: CovLtr; Int Pt4;
s1.2; s3.4 (2); s3.6;
s3.10; s4.8; s6.9; s10.2;
s16.2; s17.0; s17.5;
s19.0; Ap8-356; Ap8-391;
7465.1 Hbk: s1-1; s3-3;
s5-1;
PIH Notices: 03-11; 02-21;
02-09; 00-35; 99-19;
99-19-App1 (2); 95-48 (2);
95-48 Tech Asst (2); 94-67;
ACOP: 1H; 2G; 3Intro; 4L;
4O; 5A; 6Intro;
CONSISTING ....................................4
7465.1 Hbk: s3-4;
PIH Notices: 02-01; 00-36;
99-52
CONSISTS .......................................13
24 CFR 5: .508 (3);
HUD-50058Instr: p40; p69;
p75;
PH Occ Gbk: s7.3 (2);
7465.7 Gbk: s4-3 (3); AppF;
ACOP: 2G
CONSOLIDATED ...........................16
24 CFR 5: .518 (2);
24 CFR 960: .206;
HUD-50058Instr: p70;
PH Occ Gbk: s3.10 (2);
7465.7 Gbk: s1-6 (2); s10-5;
PIH Notices: 00-52; 99-19;
98-44; 97-12 (3); 97-12
CONSOLIDATED PLAN ................10
24 CFR 5: .518 (2);
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24 CFR 960: .206;
PH Occ Gbk: s3.10;
7465.7 Gbk: s10-5;
PIH Notices: 99-19; 98-44;
97-12 (2); 97-12
CONSOLIDATED PLANS ............... 1
PH Occ Gbk: s3.10
CONSOLIDATING .......................... 1
PIH Notices: 99-19
CONSOLIDATION .......................... 6
HUD-50058Instr: p5;
PIH Notices: 02-21; 01-20;
00-27; 99-19;
ACOP: 8E
CONSPICUOUS ............................. 14
24 CFR 5: .353;
24 CFR 966: .5 (3);
PH Occ Gbk: s17.5 (3); s17.6;
s17.7 (2); Ap4-292;
7465.7 Gbk: AppH;
ACOP: 1K; 9J
CONSPICUOUSLY .......................... 1
ACOP: PI-B
CONSTITUTION .............................. 4
24 CFR 964: .115; .125;
PIH Notices: 95-48;
95-48 Tech Asst
CONSTRUCT ................................... 4
HUD-903-1: p2;
PIH Notices: 01-09B; 95-48;
95-48 Tech Asst
CONSTRUCTABILITY ................... 1
PIH Notices: 94-67
CONSTRUCTED ............................ 45
PH Occ Gbk: s1.1 (2); s17.2;
Ap1-232 (2); Ap1-234;
Ap2-238;
7465.1 Hbk: s2-1;
PIH Notices: 02-01 (10);
99-52 (10); 99-31;
99-11 (2); 95-48 (7);
95-48 Tech Asst (5);
ACOP: 5C; GL-II
CONSTRUCTING ............................ 3
PH Occ Gbk: s1.1;
PIH Notices: 95-48;
95-48 Tech Asst
CONSTRUCTION ........................ 137
24 CFR 5: .801 (2); .902;
24 CFR 964: .305;
24 CFR 966: .4(g);
HUD-50058Instr: p70;
PH Occ Gbk: s1.1 (2); s10.7;
Ap1-232; Ap2-238; Ap2-244;
7465.1 Hbk: s3-1; s3-4;
s3-5; App3 (2);
7465.7 Gbk: s10-3;
PIH Notices: 02-01 (19);
00-50; 00-11; 99-52 (20);
99-31 (4); 99-11 (2);
95-48 (26);
95-48 Tech Asst (22);
94-67 (23);
ACOP: GL-II
CONSTRUCTION COSTS ............... 1
7465.1 Hbk: s3-1
CONSTRUCTION-RELATED ......... 1
PIH Notices: 00-50
CONSTRUCTIVE ............................. 1
24 CFR 964: .11
CONSTRUCTIVE RELATIONSHIPS1
24 CFR 964: .11
CONSTRUED TO ............................. 5
24 CFR 945: .103; .203(e);
.303;
PIH Notices: 99-19;
ACOP: 2F
CONSULT ....................................... 20
24 CFR 5: .218; .232; .380;
24 CFR 945: .203(b);
24 CFR 964: .18; .225;
24 CFR 966: .55(b);
PH Occ Gbk: s18.5; s19.3;
Ap7-315;
7465.7 Gbk: AppC; AppD;
PIH Notices: 02-21; 01-20;
00-27; 95-48 (2);
95-48 Tech Asst (2);
ACOP: 13F
CONSULTANT ................................ 4
PIH Notices: 02-01; 99-52;
99-31; 95-58
CONSULTANTS .............................. 3
PH Occ Gbk: CovLtr;
PIH Notices: 02-01; 99-52
CONSULTATION .......................... 42
24 CFR 5: .353; .380 (2);
.617;
24 CFR 945: .203(b) (2);
.203(f); .205(a) (2);
24 CFR 960: .255; .257;
24 CFR 964: .220; .225 (2);
HUD-50058Instr: p73;
PH Occ Gbk: s10.9; s14.3;
s16.2; Ap3-276; Ap3-279;
Ap5-305; Ap7-315;
7465.1 Hbk: s5-6;
7465.7 Gbk: s3-6;
PIH Notices: 02-01 (2);
99-52 (2); 99-19 (7);
99-11; 95-48 (2);
95-48 Tech Asst (2);
ACOP: 13F; GL-II
CONSULTATION PROCESS .......... 3
24 CFR 945: .203(f); .205(a);
.205(a)
CONSULTED ................................... 8
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24 CFR 945: .203(c) (3);
.205(b);
7465.1 Hbk: s1-1;
PIH Notices: 99-19 (2); 99-19
CONSULTING ..................................5
24 CFR 5: .216 (2);
24 CFR 964: .205;
PIH Notices: 99-31; 99-31
CONSULTS .......................................2
PIH Notices: 95-48;
95-48 Tech Asst
CONSUME ........................................1
PH Occ Gbk: Int Pt2
CONSUMED .....................................1
PH Occ Gbk: Ap8-352
CONSUMER ......................................5
PH Occ Gbk: s7.5;
PIH Notices: 01-15; 99-31;
95-48; 95-48 Tech Asst
CONSUMERS ...................................2
PIH Notices: 00-35; 00-35
CONSUMING ....................................2
PH Occ Gbk: s6.7; s7.0
CONSUMPTION .............................32
24 CFR 5: .603;
24 CFR 966: .4(b) (3); .4(e);
HUD-50058Instr: p76;
PH Occ Gbk: s10.7; s14.0 (2);
s14.1 (5); s14.3 (2);
s17.6; Ap3-276; Ap4-288;
Ap4-292;
PIH Notices: 01-09A (6);
00-35 (2);
ACOP: 6A; 6R (2); 7K
CONSUMPTION ALLOWANCES ..1
PH Occ Gbk: s14.0
CONSUMPTION-BASED .................1
PH Occ Gbk: Ap3-276
CONTAMINATION ..........................1
PH Occ Gbk: s11.1
CONTEST ........................................18
24 CFR 5: .236 (2);
24 CFR 966: .55(c); .55(e);
.56;
HUD-50058Instr: p15;
HUD-9886: p2;
PH Occ Gbk: s18.6; Ap1-228;
Ap5-305; Ap5-306;
7465.7 Gbk: AppD;
ACOP: 2D; 2F; 10; 13F (2);
13F
CONTEXT .........................................9
24 CFR 5: .518;
24 CFR 945: .105;
PH Occ Gbk: s8.1;
7465.7 Gbk: s10-5;
PIH Notices: 97-12; 95-48 (2);
95-48 Tech Asst;
95-48 Tech Asst
CONTEXTUAL .................................2
PIH Notices: 95-48;
95-48 Tech Asst
CONTIGUOUS ..................................5
24 CFR 945: .105; .205(a) (2);
24 CFR 964: .115; .115
CONTIGUOUS BUILDINGS ...........1
24 CFR 964: .115
CONTIGUOUS ROW HOUSES .......1
24 CFR 964: .115
CONTINUED ASSISTANCE .........62
24 CFR 5: .230; .508 (2);
.516 (6); .518 (7); .520;
.522;
24 CFR 960: .259;
HUD-50058Instr: p17 (2);
PH Occ Gbk: Ap1-230;
7465.7 Gbk: s3-6; s3-7;
s4-2; s6-3; s10-2;
s10-3 (5); s10-4 (7);
s10-5; s11-1; ApB Q1;
ApB Q3; ApB Q11 (2);
ApB Q13 (2); ApB Q15;
ApB Q40; ApB Q4` (2);
ApB Q42 (2); ApB Q43 (2);
PIH Notices: 00-11;
ACOP: 2F (2); 6P; 11J (2);
11J
CONTINUED OCCUPANCY .........47
24 CFR 5: .309; .659;
24 CFR 945: .303;
PH Occ Gbk: CovLtr; Int Pt4;
s2.1; s10.4; s10.6;
s10.9; s12.0 (3);
s12.1 (2); s12.2; s19.3;
s19.4; Ap1-237;
Ap2-240 (2); Ap3-247 (2);
Ap3-271 (3); Ap3-272 (2);
Ap4-297;
7465.1 Hbk: s3-2; s3-3;
s6-2;
7465.7 Gbk: CovLtr (2);
ApB Q4`;
ACOP: 1B (3); 1C (2); 9C;
11A (2); 11B; 11C; GL-II;
PI-H; PI-I
CONTINUED OCCUPANCY POLICY
..........................................................30
PH Occ Gbk: Int Pt3; Int Pt4;
s1.2; s3.0; s3.6; s3.8;
s4.1; s4.2; s5.4; s6.4;
s8.0; s8.8; s10.6; s11.0;
s12.2; s12.7; s13.0;
s17.6; Ap3-246 (2);
Ap3-249; Ap4-290; Ap8-320;
Ap8-323;
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ACOP: 1Intro; 1B; 1C; 1E;
1K; 15
CONTINUED OCCUPANCY POLICY
APPENDIX ....................................... 1
PH Occ Gbk: Int Ap
CONTINUED OCCUPANCY POLICY
AS ...................................................... 1
PH Occ Gbk: s12.0
CONTINUING NATURE ................. 2
ACOP: 4C; 4C
CONTINUOUSLY ASSISTED ...... 10
24 CFR 5: .508;
HUD-50058: p5; p v;
HUD-50058Instr: p12; p19 (3);
p71 (2);
PH Occ Gbk: s7.3
CONTRACT .................................. 305
24 CFR 5: .236; .403 (2);
.514; .520 (4); .653 (2);
.661 (12); .801; .902;
.905 (2);
24 CFR 945: .105;
24 CFR 960: .102; .103;
24 CFR 964: .3 (2); .7 (5);
.135; .225 (20); .230;
.305; .405;
24 CFR 966: .57;
HUD-50058: p10; p x (5);
p11; p xi; p12 (2);
p xii (10); p16; p17 (6);
p xvii (8);
HUD-50058Instr: p1; p7; p10;
p11 (4); p12; p13 (3);
p19; p38; p42; p43 (7);
p45 (2); p47 (3); p50 (16);
p51 (5); p52 (2); p58;
p59 (7); p60; p61 (9);
p62 (15); p65 (6); p66 (8);
p70 (7); p71 (6); p72 (4);
p73 (3); p74 (3); p75;
PH Occ Gbk: s5.5; s9.0;
s17.6; s18.9; Ap1-229;
Ap2-243; Ap3-249; Ap4-286;
Ap5-308;
7465.1 Hbk: CovLtr; s1-1;
s2-1; s6-1; s6-2; s6-3;
7465.7 Gbk: s2-1; s10-1;
s10-3; s11-2 (4); ApB Q11;
ApB Q32;
PIH Notices: 03-11 (3);
02-21 (7); 02-01; 01-27;
01-20 (2); 01-15; 00-27;
00-11A; 99-52; 95-58;
95-48 (2);
95-48 Tech Asst (2);
94-67 (37);
ACOP: 1D; 2G; 9M; 13F;
GL-II
CONTRACT ADMINISTRATION .. 5
PIH Notices: 94-67 (4); 94-67
CONTRACT ADMINISTRATOR . 11
24 CFR 5: .236; .661 (9);
7465.7 Gbk: s10-3
CONTRACT ADMINISTRATORS . 2
24 CFR 5: .801;
PIH Notices: 01-27
CONTRACT OF PARTICIPATION42
HUD-50058: p17 (3); p xvii (4);
HUD-50058Instr: p59 (2); p60;
p61 (5); p62 (5); p65 (6);
p66 (8); p71 (5); p72;
p73; p75
CONTRACT RENT ........................ 41
24 CFR 5: .520 (4); .661;
HUD-50058: p10; p x (5);
p12; p xii (5);
HUD-50058Instr: p43 (7);
p45 (2); p50; p51 (5);
p52 (2); p72;
7465.1 Hbk: s6-1;
7465.7 Gbk: s11-2 (4);
ACOP: GL-II
CONTRACT UNIT ........................... 4
24 CFR 5: .661;
HUD-50058: p xi;
HUD-50058Instr: p47; p74
CONTRACT UNITS ......................... 2
PIH Notices: 02-21; 02-21
CONTRACTED ................................ 4
PIH Notices: 03-11; 00-50;
94-67;
ACOP: 9M
CONTRACTING ............................ 24
24 CFR 964: .15; .205;
.225 (3); .320 (3);
PIH Notices: 03-11; 00-50;
95-58; 95-48 (5);
95-48 Tech Asst (5);
94-67 (2); 94-67
CONTRACTING OUT ..................... 2
24 CFR 964: .225; .225
CONTRACTOR .............................. 10
24 CFR 960: .605;
PH Occ Gbk: s15.1; Ap4-295;
PIH Notices: 99-31 (2);
94-67 (4); 94-67
CONTRACTORS ............................ 20
24 CFR 5: .105 (2);
24 CFR 964: .145; .320;
PH Occ Gbk: s8.8; Ap1-227;
PIH Notices: 03-11; 02-01 (2);
99-52 (2); 99-31 (4);
99-11; 95-48;
95-48 Tech Asst; 94-67;
ACOP: 9M
CONTRACTORS' ............................. 1
PIH Notices: 01-05
CONTRACTOR'S ............................. 1
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PIH Notices: 94-67
CONTRACTS ..................................20
24 CFR 5: .653 (2); .801;
24 CFR 964: .3 (2); .205;
.225;
HUD-50058Instr: p50;
PH Occ Gbk: Ap2-242;
PIH Notices: 03-11; 02-01;
01-15; 01-05; 99-52;
94-67 (5);
ACOP: 9C
CONTRACTUAL ..............................3
24 CFR 945: .205(b);
PH Occ Gbk: s17.2; Ap8-385
CONTRARY ......................................9
24 CFR 5: .100;
24 CFR 966: .57;
PH Occ Gbk: s4.9; s18.9;
Ap2-243; Ap5-308;
PIH Notices: 95-48;
95-48 Tech Asst;
ACOP: 13F
CONTRAVENE .................................1
24 CFR 964: .150
CONTRIBUTE .................................18
24 CFR 960: .603;
HUD-50058Instr: p17;
PH Occ Gbk: s4.6; s15.0;
Ap4-294; Ap6-309;
Ap8-352 (2); Ap8-353;
Ap8-378; Ap8-385; Ap8-387;
Ap8-391;
PIH Notices: 03-17; 00-52;
00-11; 95-48;
95-48 Tech Asst
CONTRIBUTED ..............................16
PH Occ Gbk: s3.6; s7.7;
s15.7; s19.3; Ap3-257;
Ap6-310; Ap8-352 (5);
Ap8-353; Ap8-356;
Ap8-357 (2); Ap8-357
CONTRIBUTES ..............................41
HUD-50058: p xi; p xiv;
HUD-50058Instr: p24; p48;
p57;
PH Occ Gbk: s4.6; Ap2-238;
Ap8-352 (7); Ap8-353 (8);
Ap8-354 (8); Ap8-355 (9);
Ap8-356; Ap8-356
CONTRIBUTING ..............................3
PH Occ Gbk: Ap8-355; Ap8-393;
Ap8-393
CONTRIBUTION ............................38
HUD-50058: p11; p xi (2);
p xiv;
HUD-50058Instr: p7; p48 (2);
p49 (6); p57;
PH Occ Gbk: s10.1 (2);
Ap8-331; Ap8-347;
Ap8-353 (4); Ap8-354 (4);
Ap8-355 (6);
PIH Notices: 00-11;
ACOP: 6-I (2);
CONTRIBUTIONS ..........................81
24 CFR 5: .403; .609; .902;
.905 (2);
24 CFR 945: .105;
24 CFR 960: .102;
24 CFR 964: .3 (2); .7;
.405;
24 CFR 966: .57;
HUD-50058Instr: p1; p30;
p62; p70 (3);
PH Occ Gbk: s5.5; s7.4 (3);
s10.1 (4); s17.6; s18.9;
Ap1-229; Ap3-249; Ap3-272;
Ap3-278; Ap5-308; Ap8-330;
Ap8-352 (5); Ap8-353;
Ap8-356; Ap8-357 (5);
Ap8-358 (2);
7465.1 Hbk: CovLtr; s1-1;
s2-1; s6-2; s6-3;
7465.7 Gbk: s2-1 (2);
PIH Notices: 02-21 (9);
02-01 (2); 01-20 (2);
00-27; 99-52 (2);
ACOP: 1D; 6-I (5); 6L (2);
13F; GL-I
CONTRIBUTOR ...............................1
PH Occ Gbk: Int
CONTROL .....................................102
24 CFR 5: .100 (3); .216;
.234; .318; .350; .603;
.903; .905 (2);
24 CFR 945: .103 (2);
24 CFR 960: .707;
24 CFR 966: .2; .4(e);
.4(f); .4(L)(5);
HUD-50058Instr: p14; p22;
PH Occ Gbk: CovLtr; Int (3);
Int App (2); s7.0; s8.7;
s10.1; s14.1; s16.2 (2);
s17.0; s17.2 (2);
s17.6 (5); s19.5; Ap1-227;
Ap2-238; Ap2-243 (2);
Ap3-261; Ap4-288; Ap4-292;
Ap4-293; Ap4-296;
7465.7 Gbk: CovLtr; s4-4;
AppG;
PIH Notices: 03-17 (2);
03-11 (3); 02-21 (2);
02-01; 01-15 (4); 01-05;
99-52; 99-31 (2); 97-12;
95-58; 95-48 (4);
95-48 Tech Asst (4);
94-67 (4);
ACOP: 2F (2); 2G (4); 4C;
4O; 9E; 9M (6); 10;
12B; PI-A; PI-C
CONTROLLED ...............................65
24 CFR 5: .100 (2);
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24 CFR 945: .203(c);
24 CFR 964: .7 (2);
PH Occ Gbk: s1.1 (2); s4.10;
s7.5; s7.6 (4); s16.3;
s17.6 (3); Ap1-234;
Ap2-239 (2); Ap4-293 (2);
7465.1 Hbk: s4-2 (2);
PIH Notices: 01-15; 97-12;
95-48 (9);
95-48 Tech Asst (9);
ACOP: 2F (6); 2G (4);
12B (3); 12C (2); 13E (2);
GL-II (3); GL-II
CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE ...... 27
24 CFR 5: .100;
PH Occ Gbk: s4.10; s7.6 (4);
s17.6 (2); Ap1-234;
Ap2-239; Ap4-293;
7465.1 Hbk: s4-2 (2);
PIH Notices: 95-48;
95-48 Tech Asst;
ACOP: 2F (3); 2G (3);
12B (2); 12C; 13E; GL-II;
GL-II
CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES .... 23
24 CFR 5: .100;
PH Occ Gbk: Ap2-239; Ap4-293;
PIH Notices: 95-48 (6); <