24 CFR 1000.104 - What families are eligible for affordable housing activities?

§ 1000.104 What families are eligible for affordable housing activities?
The following families are eligible for affordable housing activities:
(a) Low income Indian families on a reservation or Indian area.
(b) A non-low-income family may receive housing assistance in accordance with § 1000.110.
(c) A family may receive housing assistance on a reservation or Indian area if the family's housing needs cannot be reasonably met without such assistance and the recipient determines that the presence of that family on the reservation or Indian area is essential to the well-being of Indian families.
(d) A recipient may provide housing or housing assistance provided through affordable housing activities assisted with grant amounts under NAHASDA for a law enforcement officer on an Indian reservation or other Indian area, if:
(1) The officer:
(i) Is employed on a full-time basis by the federal government or a state, county, or other unit of local government, or lawfully recognized tribal government; and
(ii) In implementing such full-time employment, is sworn to uphold, and make arrests for, violations of federal, state, county, or tribal law; and
(2) The recipient determines that the presence of the law enforcement officer on the Indian reservation or other Indian area may deter crime.
[63 FR 12349, Mar. 12, 1998, as amended at 77 FR 71524, Dec. 3, 2012]

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