Actual and imminent threat

Actual and imminent threat refers to a physical danger that is real, would occur within an immediate time frame, and could result in death or serious bodily harm. In determining whether an individual would pose an actual and imminent threat, the factors to be considered include: The duration of the risk, the nature and severity of the potential harm, the likelihood that the potential harm will occur, and the length of time before the potential harm would occur.


24 CFR § 5.2003

Scoping language

The definitions of PHA, HUD,household, and other person under the tenant's control are defined in subpart A of this part. As used in this subpart L:

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