(c) national and local law. The PHA can verify the lease to determine if the lease complies with national and local law. The PHA may refuse approval of the lease if the PHA finds that the lease is not in accordance with national or local law. (1) The HAP contract form required by HUD contains an endorsement (the «rent supplement») which specifies: (2) All provisions of the rent addition required by the HUD must be added word by word to the owner`s standard tenage agreement used by the landlord for un assisted tenants. The tenant has the right to apply the rent supplement to the landlord and the terms of the endorsement are prevalent over all other provisions of the tenancy agreement. 2. If the landlord uses a standard rental form for renting to unsurnified tenants in the locality or premises, the rental agreement must be in this standard form (plus the addition of rent prescribed by VON HUD). If the landlord does not use a standard rental form for renting to unsaserved tenants, the landlord may use another form of rental, for example. B a PHA model rent (including the addition of huD-mandated rent). The HAP contract prescribed by HUD includes the owner`s certification that if the landlord uses a standard rental form for renting to un assisted tenants, the rental agreement is in a standard form. (i) lease conditions for the program (in accordance with this section and Articles 982.309 and 982.310); and (3) PHA authorization of the lease and the execution of a new PAH contract are not required for any changes to the lease, with the exception of point g) (2) of this section.
(2) In the following cases, rent-based assistance will not be continued unless the PHA has approved a new rental contract in accordance with the requirements of the program and has entered into a new PAH contract with the landlord: a housing authority may begin to terminate a voucher in accordance with Section 8 for a number of reasons , including disclosure of misinformation, non-reporting of changes in income or households. not to pay rent or incidental costs or evict them from the subsidized unit. The Housing Authority may also terminate a voucher if a person moves into a unit with low-income public housing or project-related subsidies. PHA usually calls tenants to pre-end conferences to resolve the problem before they move on to termination. If you are invited to attend a conference before closing, you will submit all your documents in writing and request the guidelines or agreements mentioned by the PHA, which have also been concluded in writing. The voucher or coupon program 8 managed by public housing authorities allows tenants to bring a voucher to a private landlord in order to secure low-income housing on the private market.