24 CFR Part 1000, Subpart C - Indian Housing Plan (IHP)
- § 1000.201 — How are funds made available under NAHASDA?
- § 1000.202 — Who are eligible recipients?
- § 1000.204 — How does an Indian tribe designate itself as recipient of the grant?
- § 1000.206 — How is a TDHE designated?
- § 1000.208 — What happens if an Indian tribe had two IHAs as of September 30, 1996?
- § 1000.210 — What happens to existing 1937 Act units in those jurisdictions for which Indian tribes do not or cannot submit an IHP?
- § 1000.212 — Is submission of an IHP required?
- § 1000.214 — What is the deadline for submission of an IHP?
- § 1000.216 — What happens if the recipient does not submit the IHP to the Area ONAP by no later than 75 days before the beginning of the tribal program year?
- § 1000.218 — Who prepares and submits an IHP?
- § 1000.220 — What are the requirements for the IHP?
- § 1000.222 — Are there separate IHP requirements for small Indian tribes and small TDHEs?
- § 1000.224 — Can any part of the IHP be waived?
- § 1000.225 — When may a waiver of the IHP submission deadline be requested?
- § 1000.226 — Can the certification requirements of section 102(c)(5) of NAHASDA be waived by HUD?
- § 1000.227 — What shall HUD do upon receipt of an IHP submission deadline waiver request?
- § 1000.228 — If HUD changes its IHP format will Indian tribes be involved?
- § 1000.230 — What is the process for HUD review of IHPs and IHP amendments?
- § 1000.232 — Can an Indian tribe or TDHE amend its IHP?
- § 1000.234 — Can HUD's determination regarding the non-compliance of an IHP or a modification to an IHP be appealed?
- § 1000.236 — What are eligible administrative and planning expenses?
- § 1000.238 — What percentage of the IHBG funds can be used for administrative and planning expenses?
- § 1000.239 — May a recipient establish and maintain reserve accounts for administration and planning?
- § 1000.240 — When is a local cooperation agreement required for affordable housing activities?
- § 1000.242 — When does the requirement for exemption from taxation apply to affordable housing activities?
- § 1000.244 — If the recipient has made a good-faith effort to negotiate a cooperation agreement and tax-exempt status but has been unsuccessful through no fault of its own, may the Secretary waive the requirement for a cooperation agreement and a tax exemption?
- § 1000.246 — How must HUD respond to a request for waiver of the requirement for a cooperation agreement and a tax exemption?
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Title 24 published on 2015-04-01
The following are ALL rules, proposed rules, and notices (chronologically) published in the Federal Register relating to 24 CFR Part 1000 after this date.