Basic Laws on Housing and Community Development, Revised Through December 31, 1994 (end of 103d Congress)

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Basic Laws on Housing and Community Development dated Sep
100
New towns demonstration for emergency relief of Los Angeles
108
Enterprise zone development
120
Capacity building for community development and affordable housing
128
United States Housing Act of 1937
135
536
166
562
192
Repeal of section 8 new construction
285
housingContinued
291
excessive rent burden data
297
Use of funds recaptured from refinancing State and local finance projects
304
Procurement of insurance by public housing agencies
310
Public housing childhood development
317
Public housing onestop perinatal services demonstration
325
Public housing energy efficiency demonstration
337
PART IIISUPPORTIVE HOUSING
351
Transition and repealed elderlyhandicapped housing provisions
364
payments for section 202 projects
375
Funding for supportive housing programs
386
Congregate Housing Services Act of 1978
402
HOPE for elderly independence
410
Housing for persons with AIDS
416
Pet ownership
428
the several commercial publications of the Code contain additional
455
Rent supplements
483
Flexible subsidy program
497
Multifamily housing planning and investment strategies
506
Tenant participation in multifamily housing
512
Youthbuild program Standards for residency occupancy preferences and service coordinators in
521
federally assisted housing
533
Removal of regulatory barriers to affordable housing
544
VII
554
Housing counseling
563
State housing finance agencies
575
Limitation on rent increases
581
Use of assisted housing by aliens
587
Solar energy systems in assisted housing
599
Transition and other lowincome housing preservation provisions
639
Emergency Low Income Housing Preservation Act of 1987prior to 1128
649
PART VHOMEOWNERSHIP ASSISTANCE
655
Insurance for BMIR and 202 mortgages under 236
986
Report on delinquencies and foreclosures
998
Nonjudicial foreclosure of mortgages for single family housing
1006
Foreclosure of mortgages for multifamily housing
1020
Energy efficient mortgages pilot program 1032
1032
Preventing mortgage defaults on insured multifamily housing projects
1049
GNMA administrative expenses
1080
Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation
1092
Federal Housing Enterprises Financial Safety and Soundness Act of 1992
1109
Federal Agricultural Mortgage Corporation
1167
PART LXRURAL HOUSING
1197
Performance goals for FmHA
1272
PART XREGULATORY PROGRAMS
1277
Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act of 1974
1297
Settlement costs for FHA and
1315
LeadBased Paint Poisoning Prevention
1340
Community Reinvestment Act of 1977
1374
Recommended policy on radon
1380
Department of Housing and Urban Development
1389
HUD accountability and applicant disclosures
1411
Subsidy layering review
1417
Administrative and miscellaneous provisions
1429
Paperwork reduction
1435
Economic opportunities for lowincome persons
1441
Use of American materials and products
1451
FDIC affordable housing program
1480
Affordable Housing Advisory Board
1498
National Housing Partnerships
1509
Condominium and cooperative conversion protection and abuse relief
1515
Rate of wages for laborers and mechanics DavisBacon Act
1525
Fair housing initiatives program
1531
Collection of certain data
1537
List of housing appropriations for fiscal years 19901995
1543
PART XIVMISCELLANEOUS
1547
List of nonrecurring reports relating to housing required by laws enacted
1553
List of acronyms and abbreviated references
1563
Table of United States Code citations to housing laws
1570
Index of Federal housing and related laws
1577
Table of National Housing Act mortgage insurance funds and programs
1583
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