24 CFR § 960.102 - Definitions.
(a) Definitions found elsewhere:
(1) General definitions. The following terms are defined in 24 CFR part 5, subpart A: 1937 Act, drug, drug-related criminal activity, elderly person, federally assisted housing, guest, household, HUD, MSA, premises, public housing, public housing agency (PHA), Section 8, violent criminal activity.
(3) Definitions and explanations concerning income and rent. The following terms are defined or explained in 24 CFR part 5, subpart F (§ 5.603): Annual income, economic self-sufficiency program, extremely low-income family, low-income family, tenant rent, total tenant payment, utility allowance.
(b) Additional definitions. In addition to the definitions in paragraph (a), the following definitions and cross-references apply:
Ceiling rent. See § 960.253(d).
Covered housing provider. For HUD's public housing program, “covered housing provider,” as such term is in used HUD's regulations at 24 CFR part 5, subpart L (Protection for Victims of Domestic Violence, Dating Violence, Sexual Assault, or Stalking), is the PHA.
Designated housing. See part 945 of this chapter.
Disabled families. See § 5.403 of this title.
Eligible families. Low income families who are eligible for admission to the public housing program.
Flat rent. See § 960.253(b).
Income-based rent. See § 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 § 982.1(b) of this chapter.
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