c) start of work or renovation. The PHA cannot reach an agreement if the start of construction or remediation has begun after the application is filed. (a) the purpose of the agreement. In the agreement, the owner agrees to develop the contractual units in order to comply with the HQS, and the PHA accepts that once such a development has been completed in a timely manner, the PHA enters into a HAP contract with the owner for the contractual units, in accordance with the terms of the contract. The rental and rental costs serve as a contract between the lessor and the family, which defines the rights and obligations of both parties. The lease gives the family the right to occupy and use the interior and exterior of the unit for a certain period of time, according to the terms of the lease. A copy of the HUD rent supplement must be attached to the landlord. The approved lease premiums all other leases that the lessor could have executed with the family prior to the HAP contract with the MHA. Before the contracts are executed, the lessor must present proof of ownership of the property with a copy of the registered security deed. If there is an agent who manages the unit for the lessor, there must be an administrative arrangement that gives the agent the authority to manage the property and execute documents on behalf of the owner.
In addition to the delivery of a registered warranty contract, the MHA needs a copy of this agreement. Rent: a written agreement between a landlord or a landlord representative and a tenant for the rental of a dwelling unit to the tenant. The tenancy agreement sets out the conditions for the occupancy of the dwelling unit by a family with housing allowances under a PAH contract between the owner and the MHA. The rental agreement must contain at least the following information: The housing assistance contract is between the landlord and the MHA. This agreement consists of two parts, Part A and B. Supplement to rent: contains information that must be included in the lease agreement or attached to the lease agreement. b) requirement. The PHA must conclude with the owner a refurbishment of the 983.153 agreement. The agreement must take place in the form requested by the HUD plant (cf.
24 CFR 982.162). (viii) description of the work to be carried out under the agreement. Where the agreement is intended for the rehabilitation of units, the specifications must include the writing of the remediation work and, to the extent that it is established by the IRPs, specifications and plans. If the agreement is for new construction, the specifications must contain the drawings and specifications of the work.