Before performing the contracts, the landlord must provide proof of ownership of the property with a copy of the registered warranty deed. If there is an agent who manages the dwelling for the landlord, there must be an administrative agreement that gives the agent the authority to manage the property and execute the documents on behalf of the landlord. In addition to submitting a registered warranty deed, MHA requires a copy of this Agreement. Part A of the contract contains basic information about the name of the tenant family, the address of the contractual unit, the names of all members of the household, the first and last date of the initial term of the lease, the amount of the initial monthly rent to the landlord, the amount of the initial payment of the housing subsidy, utilities and equipment to be provided by the owner and tenant, the signatures of the PHA and the owner [HCV Guide, pp. 11-10 and 11-11]. Part B contains all the terms and conditions of the contract. Please read and know all the terms and conditions of the contract, but pay special attention to the following: The HAP contract is a written agreement between the PHA and the owner of the housing unit, which is inhabited by a family with a housing voucher support. Under the PAH contract, the PHA commits to providing housing subsidies to the landlord on behalf of a specific family living in a particular unit and requires the landlord to comply with all program requirements. In addition to the use for the Basic Voucher Program § 8, this form must also be used for the following ”special forms of housing”, which are variants of the Special Needs Voucher Program (see 24 CFR Part 982, Subpart M): (1) Single Occupancy (SRO); (2) the consolidation of dwellings; (3) Group home; (4) Shared apartment; and (5) the rental of prefabricated houses by a family renting the prefabricated house and space.
If this form is used for a specific type of housing, the specific box type is specified in Part A of the PAH contract as follows: ”This PAH contract is used for the following special type of housing in accordance with the HUD regulations for the voucher program under section 8: (insert name of special housing type).” To prepare the PAH contract, fill in all the contractual information in Part A of the contract. Part A must then be performed by the owner and the PHA. The Housing Assistance Payment (HAP) contract is used to provide tenant-based support as part of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development`s (HUD) housing choice voucher program. The main rule of this program is 24 Code of Federal Regulations Part 982. It details the program requirements that affect the roles and responsibilities of the owner and owner under the HCV program. The local voucher system is run by a public housing agency (PHA). The PAH contract is an agreement between the ASP and the owner of a unit inhabited by a supported family. The PAH contract consists of three parts: (A) The PAH contract provides for penalties against the PHA for late payment of housing assistance payments due to the landlord if all of the following circumstances apply: (i) The PHA must immediately pay the payment of the housing allowance if it is due to the landlord under the PAH contract. (iii) The family is not responsible for the payment of the share of rent to the landlord covered by the payment of the housing allowance under the PAH contract between the landlord and the PHA. See § 982.310(b).
Wording that prohibits the landlord from charging a deposit that goes beyond private market practice or exceeds the amounts charged by the landlord to unsupported tenants. Such a prohibition should be added to Part A of the PAH Treaty. NOTE: If the tenant moves in before the dwelling passes the inspection and before the contract is signed, the tenant is responsible for 100% of the contract rent until the dwelling exists and all documents are signed. (B) Pha is not liable to pay a late payment penalty if HUD determines that PHA`s late payment is due to factors beyond PHA`s control. The ASP may add haP contractual provisions that determine when the payment of the housing allowance by the ASP is deemed to have been received by the owner (for example.B. when it is shipped by the ASP or actually received by the owner). (1) The PAH contract must be in the form required by HUD. Wording that defines when the payment of the housing allowance by the ASP is deemed to have been received by the owner (e.B. in case of sending by the ASP or actual receipt by the owner). This language must be added to Part A of the PAH contract.
The rent supplement serves as a contract between the landlord and the family, in which the rights and obligations of both parties are defined. The lease gives the family the right to live in and use the interior and exterior of the unit for a certain period of time in accordance with the terms of the lease. A copy of the HUD rental supplement must be attached to the landlord`s lease. The approved lease takes precedence over any other lease the landlord entered into with the family prior to the PAH contract with MHA. Statement on Data Protection Act. The Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) may collect the required information on this form in accordance with Section 8 of the U.S. Housing Act of 1937 (42 U.S.C. 1437f). The collection of family members, including the name and address of the unit, as well as the name and payment address of the owner, is mandatory. The information will be used to provide support to tenants under section 8 under the Housing Choice Voucher program in the form of shelter allowance payments. The information also indicates which utilities and devices are to be provided by the owner and which utilities and devices are to be provided by the tenant. HuD may disclose such information to federal, state, and local authorities if it is relevant to civil, criminal, or regular investigations and prosecutions.