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HUD Ruling on Bedbug Treatment

U.S. Department of Housing and Urban DevelopmentOffice of Public and Indian HousingSPECIAL ATTENTION OF: NOTICE: PIH-2012-17Regional Directors; State and AreaCoordinators; Public Housing HubDirectors; Program Center Coordinators; Issued: February 28, 2012Troubled Agency Recovery Center Directors;Special Applications Center Director; Expired: This Notice remainsAdministrators; Offices of Native American in effect until amended, superseded,Programs; Public Housing Agencies; or rescinded______________________________Housing; Housing Choice Voucher/Section 8; Cross References:Tribally Designated Housing Entities;Indian Tribes; Resident ManagementCorporations I. PurposeBedbug infestations have become a serious problem in housing throughout the country. Public Housing properties are not immune to infestations. This Notice providesinformation and references to best practices regarding the prevention and…

The Latest Smoke Detector Law

This is a law that will cut out a lot of aggravation for both you and the tenant. A smoke detector that works for 10 years! Great! Because most of the housing inspections that failed because of smoke detectors only failed because the battery needed to be replaced – not because the smoke detector needed replacing. The tenants are responsible for doing that, however, if it’s not done it still ends up being a liability to the landlord…A glaring potential hazard. I think this is a good law because I have seen more than a few smashed up smoke detectors.…