25 CFR 256.10 - When do I qualify for Category C assistance?
(a) You qualify for replacement housing assistance under Category C if you meet one of the three sets of requirements in the following table.
|You qualify for Category C assistance if . . .||And . . .||And . . .|
|(1) You own the house in which you are living as defined in § 256.13(g)(1)-(5)||The house cannot be brought up to applicable building code standards and to standard housing condition for $60,000 or less. (For Alaska, freight cost not to exceed 100 percent of the cost of materials can be added to the cost of the project)||[No additional requirement].|
|(2) You do not own a house||You own land that is suitable for housing||The land has adequate ingress and egress rights and reasonable access to utilities.|
|(3) You do not own a house||You have a leasehold or the ability to acquire a leasehold on land that is suitable for housing and the leasehold is undivided and for not less than 25 years at the time you receive assistance||The land has adequate ingress and egress rights and reasonable access to utilities.|
(1) The grant under this part will be voided; and
(c) If you sell the house more than 10 years after you assume ownership, the following conditions apply:
(1) You may retain 10 percent of the original cost of the house per year, beginning with the eleventh year.
(d) A modest house provided with Category C assistance must meet the standards in the following table.
|Number of occupants||Number of bedrooms 1||Total square footage
|Up to 4 persons||2||1000|
|Up to six persons||3||1200|
|7 or more persons||4||1400|
1 Determined by the servicing housing office, based on composition of family. Total living space must comply with applicable American Disabilities Act requirements.
Title 25 published on 2015-04-01
The following are ALL rules, proposed rules, and notices (chronologically) published in the Federal Register relating to 25 CFR Part 256 after this date.