Mich. Admin. Code R. 125.211 - Applicability; sanctions
Current through Register Vol. 21-17, October 1, 2021
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Rule 211. (1) The provisions of this part shall apply to any program or transaction funded or administered by the authority, including any of the following:
(a) Grants, assistance contracts, loans, subsidies, awards, loan service contracts, allocations, or contracts related to federal tax credits administered by the authority.
(b) Participation or agency contracts for authority programs.
(c) Professional or technical service contracts or subcontracts.
(2) Sanctions imposed pursuant to this part shall not preclude a party from the purchase from the authority of housing developments or single-family homes which the authority has acquired through foreclosure or deed in lieu of foreclosure if the acquisition is on a cash basis or made with financing from sources other than the authority.
(3) Sanctions imposed pursuant to this part shall not bar any person from receipt of any funds, credit, or benefit to which the person is otherwise entitled under federal or state law and for which the authority is solely the program administrator; however, this exception does not enable or authorize participation in the program involving the applicable funds, credit, or benefit beyond the mere receipt of such funds, credit, or benefit. This provision does not prevent sanctions under this part where the authority acts as program administrator and also has the ability to impose additional requirements beyond those requirements of state or federal law as a prerequisite to receipt of the respective funds, credit, or benefit.
(4) Persons are subject to the provisions of this part whether their involvement is as a contractor, participant, or one receiving funds directly or indirectly from a contractor or a participant. Persons are subject to the provisions of this part whether or not the conduct for which a sanction is imposed occurred while they were engaged in an authority program or transaction. Persons are subject to the provisions of this part whether their actions upon which a sanction is based were taken in their own behalf or on behalf of another person.
History: 1991 AACS.