§ 983.53Prohibition of assistance for ineligible units.
(a)Ineligible unit. The PHA may not attach or pay PBV assistance for units in the following types of housing:
(1) Shared housing;
(2) Units on the grounds of a penal, reformatory, medical, mental, or similar public or private institution;
(3) Nursing homes or facilities providing continuous psychiatric, medical, nursing services, board and care, or intermediate care. However, the PHA may attach PBV assistance for a dwelling unit in an assisted living facility that provides home health care services such as nursing and therapy for residents of the housing;
(4) Units that are owned or controlled by an educational institution or its affiliate and are designated for occupancy by students of the institution;
(5) Manufactured homes;
(6) Cooperative housing; and
(7) Transitional Housing.
(b)High-rise elevator project for families with children. The PHA may not attach or pay PBV assistance to a high-rise elevator project that may be occupied by families with children unless the PHA initially determines there is no practical alternative, and HUD approves such finding. The PHA may make this initial determination for its project-based voucher program, in whole or in part, and need not review each project on a case-by-case basis, and HUD may approve on the same basis.
(c)Prohibition against assistance for owner-occupied unit. The PHA may not attach or pay PBV assistance for a unit occupied by an owner of the housing.
(d)Prohibition against selecting unit occupied by an ineligible family. Before a PHA selects a specific unit to which assistance is to be attached, the PHA must determine whether the unit is occupied and, if occupied, whether the unit's occupants are eligible for assistance. The PHA must not select or enter into an Agreement or HAP contract for a unit occupied by a family ineligible for participation in the PBV program.
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