Conn. Agencies Regs. § 10-416b-6 - Amending an approved rehabilitation plan

Current through March 4, 2022

(a) The owner shall file an amendment with the officer for approval of any changes to the approved rehabilitation plan. Such changes include deleting work items, adding new work items or modifying the details of work items already approved. All proposed changes shall meet the standards in order for the owner to qualify for a preliminary certification and reservation of tax credits, and for certification of completed rehabilitation.
(b) The officer shall review and issue a decision not more than thirty calendar days after receipt of a complete application. If an application is incomplete, not more than thirty calendar days after receipt the officer shall notify the owner in writing and indicate what information is needed to undertake or complete review. The owner shall have thirty calendar days after the date of notification by the officer to respond in writing and provide the requested information. Upon written request by the owner on or before the original deadline, the officer shall grant an extension to the owner.
(c) If the proposed change to the rehabilitation plan meets the standards, the officer shall approve the amendment.
(d) If the proposed amendment does not meet the standards, the officer shall notify the owner in writing what modifications to the rehabilitation work are needed for conformance to the standards. The owner shall have thirty calendar days to respond in writing indicating how the owner intends to bring the proposed rehabilitation work into conformance. Upon written request by the owner on or before the original deadline, the officer shall grant an extension to the owner.
(e) If the proposed change to the rehabilitation plan does not meet the standards, the officer shall not approve the amendment and shall provide a written explanation citing the reason for denial.

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Conn. Agencies Regs. § 10-416b-6
Adopted effective October 6, 2008; Adopted effective September 17, 2012

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