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provides a list of questions to be answered after the review of project files and during interviews with program participant staff.
Use all Exhibit(s) reflecting the monitored program’s activities. If a program provides more than one type of assistance to a project/unit, the most stringent requirements apply. Reviewers should select the Exhibit that reflects the more stringent requirements (e.g., acquisition assistance for the ultimate purpose of rehabilitation follows the rehabilitation requirements because the rehabilitation requirements are more stringent.) Section 35.100 of the regulation includes a table listing HUD programs from the most protective to the least protective hazard reduction requirements and provides guidance on how to use the table.
The Exhibits correlate to specific program activities, as described below:
Exhibit 24-1, “Guide for Review of Lead-Based Paint Compliance in Properties Receiving Federal Rehabilitation Assistance.” The requirements for such projects are defined in 24 CFR 35, Subpart J.
B.Exhibit 24-2, “Guide for Review of Lead-Based Paint Compliance in Properties Receiving Acquisition, Leasing, Support Services, or Operations Assistance.” This Exhibit applies to programs defined by the Rule at 24 CFR 35, Subpart K.
C.Exhibit 24-3, “Guide for Review of Lead-Based Paint Compliance in Properties Receiving Tenant Based Rental Assistance.” The requirements for such projects are defined at 24 CFR 35, Subpart M.
D. Exhibit 24-4, “Guide for Review of Lead-Based Paint Compliance in Properties Receiving Project Based Rental Assistance.” The requirements for such projects are defined at 24 CFR 35, Subpart H.
24-10 This Chapter also includes three attachments:
Attachment 24-1: A table which provides a Summary of CPD’s Lead-Based Paint Monitoring Requirements under 24 CFR Part 35, for each of the applicable subparts of that part (Lead Disclosure Rule; general requirements and definitions; rehabilitation assistance; acquisition, leasing, support services, or operation; project-based rental assistance; and tenant-based rental assistance for units occupied or to be occupied by children under 6 years of age).
Attachment 24-2: A description of the relationship of Historic Properties and the Lead Safe Housing Rule, especially the use of interim controls in historic properties when abatement would otherwise be required, and a description of the National Park Service’s guidance on lead hazard control in historic properties.
Attachment 24-3: A description of major lead-based paint provisions, associated statutory and regulatory citations, and explanatory notes.