HUD definition

Examples of HUD in a sentence

All of this information will be verified in accordance with HUD Regulations and Requirements, as stated in HUD Handbook 4350.3 and all revisions.

Resolution of all claims and disputes must be reported to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), Labor Relations Office.

All of this information may be released by HUD to other Federal, State and Local Agencies.

This is accomplished by renting every other available unit to an extremely low-income applicant, beginning with an extremely low-income applicant each year (please refer to Extremely Low Income [ELI] Procedures within this plan and also in HUD Handbook 4350.3, Chapter 4, Section 4-5 for more information).

This report will be utilized to determine if an applicant or any member of the applicant household (including minor children) are currently receiving HUD subsidy at another HUD Multifamily or Public or Indian Housing property.

More Definitions of HUD

HUD means the Secretary of Housing and Urban development, his delegates, successors, and assigns, and the officers and employees of the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development acting for and on behalf of the Secretary.
HUD means the United States of America acting through the Department of Housing and Urban Development including the Secretary, or any other person designated to act on its behalf. HUD has agreed, subject to the provisions of an Annual Contributions Contract (ACC), to provide financial assistance to the PHA, which includes assistance in financing the work to be performed under this contract. As defined elsewhere in these General Conditions or the contract documents, the determination of HUD may be required to authorize changes in the work or for release of funds to the PHA for payment to the Contractor. Notwithstanding HUD’s role, nothing in this contract shall be construed to create any contractual relationship between the Contractor and HUD.
HUD means the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development acting by and through the Secretary in the capacity as insurer or holder of the Loan under the authority of the National Housing Act, as amended, the Department of Housing and Urban Development Act, as amended, or any other federal law or regulation pertaining to the Loan or the Project.
HUD means the federal Department of Housing and Urban Development.