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Title 24Subtitle APart 35


TITLE 24—Housing and Urban Development

Subtitle A—OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY, DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT

PART 35—LEAD-BASED PAINT POISONING PREVENTION IN CERTAIN RESIDENTIAL STRUCTURES

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Subpart A—DISCLOSURE OF KNOWN LEAD-BASED PAINT AND/OR LEAD-BASED PAINT HAZARDS UPON SALE OR LEASE OF RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY

§35.80
Purpose.
§35.82
Scope and applicability.
§35.84
Effective dates.
§35.86
Definitions.
§35.88
Disclosure requirements for sellers and lessors.
§35.90
Opportunity to conduct an evaluation.
§35.92
Certification and acknowledgment of disclosure.
§35.94
Agent responsibilities.
§35.96
Enforcement.
§35.98
Impact on State and local requirements.
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Subpart B—GENERAL LEAD-BASED PAINT REQUIREMENTS AND DEFINITIONS FOR ALL PROGRAMS.

§35.100
Purpose and applicability.
§35.105
Effective dates.
§35.106
Information collection requirements.
§35.110
Definitions.
§35.115
Exemptions.
§35.120
Options.
§35.125
Notice of evaluation and hazard reduction activities.
§35.130
Lead hazard information pamphlet.
§35.135
Use of paint containing lead.
§35.140
Prohibited methods of paint removal.
§35.145
Compliance with Federal laws and authorities.
§35.150
Compliance with other State, tribal, and local laws.
§35.155
Minimum requirements.
§35.160
Waivers.
§35.165
Prior evaluation or hazard reduction.
§35.170
Noncompliance with the requirements of subparts B through R of this part.
§35.175
Records.
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Subpart C—DISPOSITION OF RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY OWNED BY A FEDERAL AGENCY OTHER THAN HUD

§35.200
Purpose and applicability.
§35.205
Definitions and other general requirements.
§35.210
Disposition of residential property constructed before 1960.
§35.215
Disposition of residential property constructed after 1959 and before 1978.
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Subpart D—PROJECT-BASED ASSISTANCE PROVIDED BY A FEDERAL AGENCY OTHER THAN HUD

§35.300
Purpose and applicability.
§35.305
Definitions and other general requirements.
§35.310
Notices and pamphlet.
§35.315
Risk assessment.
§35.320
Hazard reduction.
§35.325
Child with an environmental intervention blood lead level.
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Subpart E—[RESERVED]

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Subpart F—HUD-OWNED SINGLE FAMILY PROPERTY

§35.500
Purpose and applicability.
§35.505
Definitions and other general requirements.
§35.510
Required procedures.
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Subpart G—MULTIFAMILY MORTGAGE INSURANCE

§35.600
Purpose and applicability.
§35.605
Definitions and other general requirements.
§35.610
Exemption.
§35.615
Notices and pamphlet.
§35.620
Multifamily insured property constructed before 1960.
§35.625
Multifamily insured property constructed after 1959 and before 1978.
§35.630
Conversions and major rehabilitations.
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Subpart H—PROJECT-BASED ASSISTANCE

§35.700
Purpose and applicability.
§35.705
Definitions and other general requirements.
§35.710
Notices and pamphlet.
§35.715
Multifamily properties receiving more than $5,000 per unit.
§35.720
Multifamily properties receiving up to $5,000 per unit, and single family properties.
§35.725
Section 8 Rent adjustments.
§35.730
Child with an environmental intervention blood lead level.
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Subpart I—HUD-OWNED AND MORTGAGEE-IN-POSSESSION MULTIFAMILY PROPERTY

§35.800
Purpose and applicability.
§35.805
Definitions and other general requirements.
§35.810
Notices and pamphlet.
§35.815
Evaluation.
§35.820
Interim controls.
§35.825
Ongoing lead-based paint maintenance and reevaluation.
§35.830
Child with an environmental intervention blood lead level.
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Subpart J—REHABILITATION

§35.900
Purpose and applicability.
§35.905
Definitions and other general requirements.
§35.910
Notices and pamphlet.
§35.915
Calculating Federal rehabilitation assistance.
§35.920
[Reserved]
§35.925
Examples of determining applicable requirements.
§35.930
Evaluation and hazard reduction requirements.
§35.935
Ongoing lead-based paint maintenance activities.
§35.940
Special requirements for insular areas.
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Subpart K—ACQUISITION, LEASING, SUPPORT SERVICES, OR OPERATION

§35.1000
Purpose and applicability.
§35.1005
Definitions and other general requirements.
§35.1010
Notices and pamphlet.
§35.1015
Visual assessment, paint stabilization, and maintenance.
§35.1020
Funding for evaluation and hazard reduction.
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Subpart L—PUBLIC HOUSING PROGRAMS

§35.1100
Purpose and applicability.
§35.1105
Definitions and other general requirements.
§35.1110
Notices and pamphlet.
§35.1115
Evaluation.
§35.1120
Hazard reduction.
§35.1125
Evaluation and hazard reduction before acquisition and development.
§35.1130
Child with an environmental intervention blood lead level.
§35.1135
Eligible costs.
§35.1140
Insurance coverage.
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Subpart M—TENANT-BASED RENTAL ASSISTANCE

§35.1200
Purpose and applicability.
§35.1205
Definitions and other general requirements.
§35.1210
Notices and pamphlet.
§35.1215
Activities at initial and periodic inspection.
§35.1220
Ongoing lead-based paint maintenance activities.
§35.1225
Child with an environmental intervention blood lead level.
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Subparts N-Q [Reserved]

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Subpart R—METHODS AND STANDARDS FOR LEAD-PAINT HAZARD EVALUATION AND HAZARD REDUCTION ACTIVITIES

§35.1300
Purpose and applicability.
§35.1305
Definitions and other general requirements.
§35.1310
References.
§35.1315
Collection and laboratory analysis of samples.
§35.1320
Lead-based paint inspections, paint testing, risk assessments, lead-hazard screens, and reevaluations.
§35.1325
Abatement.
§35.1330
Interim controls.
§35.1335
Standard treatments.
§35.1340
Clearance.
§35.1345
Occupant protection and worksite preparation.
§35.1350
Safe work practices.
§35.1355
Ongoing lead-based paint maintenance and reevaluation activities.


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