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Vol. 45, Issue 2

February 2015

The February issue of the Housing Law Bulletin explains the White Houses's proposed budget for HUD and Rural Housing Service (RHS) programs in fiscal year 2016, using the National Low Income Housing Coalition's Memos to Members. The Bulletin also provides guidance to advocates representing tenants who failed to timely recertify income or family composition because of extenuating circumstances. Finally, this issue provides a national survey of state and local protections for tenants in foreclosure -- critical protections for advocates to consider now that the Protecting Tenants at Foreclosure Act has expired.


Table of Contents

White House FY 2016 Budget Proposes $49.3 Billion for HUD, Minor Increases in RHS Funding, and Changes to LIHTC Program
Recertification: Navigating the “Extenuating Circumstances” and “Totality of the Circumstances” Standards
Survey of State and Local Protections for Tenants in Foreclosure
Rural Development Issues Revised VAWA Implementation Notice
Recent Cases


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Articles

  • White House FY 2016 Budget Proposes $49.3 Billion for HUD, Minor Increases in RHS Funding, and Changes to LIHTC Program

    The White House released its Fiscal Year 2016 budget request on February 2, 2015. The Obama Administration seeks $49.3 billion for HUD, the largest amount it has ever requested for the agency and $4 billion above HUD’s enacted FY 2015 level. This amount, according to HUD, would provide sufficient funding to renew all housing vouchers—including the 67,000 lost due to sequestration—and all...


  • Recertification: Navigating the “Extenuating Circumstances” and “Totality of the Circumstances” Standards

    A tenant’s failure to properly recertify his or her income and family composition can seriously jeopardize the family’s housing benefits. Often, the failure to comply with recertification obligations arises because of a personal hardship or because a tenant has unmet language or reasonable accommodation needs. To protect a tenant’s right to due process, property owners and public housing...


  • Survey of State and Local Protections for Tenants in Foreclosure

    Even before the enactment of the federal Protecting Tenants at Foreclosure Act (PTFA) in 2009, various state and local governments had begun responding to the foreclosure crisis by passing laws to protect tenants occupying foreclosed properties. While the PTFA expired in December 2014, these state and local laws continue to provide critical protections for tenants after foreclosure. This...


  • Rural Development Issues Revised VAWA Implementation Notice

    On January 5, 2015, Rural Housing Service (RHS) Administrator Tony Hernandez issued revised Administrative Notice No. 4778 (1944-N) (AN) to State Directors of Rural Development (RD) and Program Directors of RD Multifamily Housing. The AN addresses implementation issues under the housing provisions of the Violence Against Women Reauthorization Act of 2013.


  • February 2015 Cases, Notices, and Regulations

    This section includes summaries of recent housing cases, notices, and regulations.

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