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Title 24Subtitle APart 35 → Subpart F


Title 24: Housing and Urban Development
PART 35—LEAD-BASED PAINT POISONING PREVENTION IN CERTAIN RESIDENTIAL STRUCTURES


Subpart F—HUD-Owned Single Family Property


Contents
§35.500   Purpose and applicability.
§35.505   Definitions and other general requirements.
§35.510   Required procedures.

Source: 64 FR 50209, Sept. 15, 1999, unless otherwise noted.

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§35.500   Purpose and applicability.

The purpose of this subpart F is to establish procedures to eliminate as far as practicable lead-based paint hazards in HUD-owned single family properties that have been built before 1978 and are sold with mortgages insured under a program administered by HUD. The requirements of this subpart apply to any such residential properties offered for sale on or after September 15, 2000.

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§35.505   Definitions and other general requirements.

Definitions and other general requirements that apply to this subpart are found in subpart B of this part.

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§35.510   Required procedures.

(a) The following activities shall be conducted for all properties to which this subpart is applicable:

(1) A visual assessment of all painted surfaces in order to identify deteriorated paint;

(2) Paint stabilization of all deteriorated paint in accordance with §35.1330(a) and (b); and

(3) Clearance in accordance with §35.1340.

(b) Occupancy shall not be permitted until all required paint stabilization is complete and clearance is achieved.

(c) If paint stabilization and clearance are not completed before the closing of the sale, the Department shall assure that paint stabilization and clearance are carried out pursuant to subpart R of this part by the purchaser before occupancy.

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