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7. Each building in the project is and has been suitable for occupancy, taking into account local health, safety, and building codes
(or other habitability standards), and the state or local government unit responsible for making building code inspections did not
issue a report of a violation for any building or low income unit in the project:
If "No", state nature of violation on page 4 and attach a copy of the violation report as required by 26 CFR 1.42-5 and
any documentation of correction.
8. There has been no change in the eligible basis (as defined in Section 42(d) of the Code) of any building in the project since
last certification submission:
If "Change", state nature of change (e.g., a common area has become commercial space, a fee is now charged for a
tenant facility formerly provided without charge, or the project owner has received federal subsidies with respect to the
project which had not been disclosed to the allocating authority in writing) on page 4:
9. All tenant facilities included in the eligible basis under Section 42(d) of the Code of any building in the project, such as
swimming pools, other recreational facilities, parking areas, washer/dryer hookups, and appliances were provided on a
comparable basis without charge to all tenants in the buildings:
10. If a low-income unit in the project has been vacant during the year, reasonable attempts were or are being made to rent that unit
or the next available unit of comparable or smaller size to tenants having a qualifying income before any units were or will be
rented to tenants not having a qualifying income:
11. If the income of tenants of a low-income unit in any building increased above the limit allowed in Section 42(g)(2)(D)(ii) of the
Code, the next available unit of comparable or smaller size in that building was or will be rented to residents having a qualifying
12. An extended low-income housing commitment as described in section 42(h) (6) was in effect, including the requirement under
section 42(h) (6) (B)(iv) that an owner cannot refuse to lease a unit in the project to an applicant because the applicant holds a
voucher or certificate of eligibility under Section 8 of the United States Housing Act of 1937, 42 U.S.C. 1437s. Owner has not
refused to lease a unit to an applicant based solely on their status as a holder of a Section 8 voucher and the project otherwise
meets the provisions, including any special provisions, as outlined in the extended low-income housing commitment (not
applicable to buildings with tax credits from years 1987-1989):
If “No” or “N/A” please provide explanation on page 4.
13. The owner received its credit allocation from the portion of the state ceiling set-aside for a project involving "qualified non-profit
organizations" under Section 42(h)(5) of the code and its non-profit entity materially participated in the operation of the
development within the meaning of Section 469(h) of the Code.
14. There has been no change in the ownership or management of the project:
If "Change", complete page 4 detailing the changes in ownership or management of the project.
15. The owner has notified each applicant and tenant, via Form HUD – 5380, of their rights under the Violence Against Women Act,
Pub. L. No. 103-322, tit IV, 108 Stat. 1902 (1994), VAWA 2005, Pub. L. No. 109-162, 4402, 119 Stat. 2960, 3041-49 (2006),
VAWA 2013, Pub. L. 113-4, 601, 127, Stat. 54 (2013) and if applicable VAWA 2013: Implementation in HUD Housing programs,
81 Fed. Reg. 80, 724 (Nov. 16, 2016) “HUD VAWA Final Rule” and distributed Form HUD-5382, VAWA self-certification
If “No” please provide explanation on page 4.