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KP-0006
Ken Paxton

Municipal authority to appoint a city council member as an ex officio member of a housing authority board of commissioners|Housing authority, municipal authority to appoint a city council member as an ex officio member of a housing authority board of commissioners|Housing Authorities - Municipal authority to appoint a city council member as an ex officio member of a housing authority board of commissioners

KP-0199
Ken Paxton

U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development regulations requiring safety and construction compliance label on manufactured homes for sale or lease do not preempt Texas law requiring labels to be removed from irreparably damaged, salvaged homes|Regulations promulgated pursuant to National Manufactured Housing Construction and Safety Standards Act of 1974 requiring safety and construction compliance label on manufactured homes for sale or lease do not preempt Texas law requiring labels to be removed from irreparably damaged, salvaged homes|Authority of Texas manufactured home retailer to remove federal compliance certification label from irreparably damaged homes that have been salvaged and no longer conform to federal standards

KP-0210
Ken Paxton

Contractual assessment imposed by local government under Local Government Code chapter 399 is special assessment and treated as real estate taxes on the property

KP-0219
Ken Paxton

County authority to pursue public housing programs|Use of county funds to pursue public housing programs

KP-0223
Ken Paxton

Appointment of municipal waterworks system employee as municipal housing authority commissioner|Employee|Employ

GA-0208
Greg Abbott

Qualified allocation plan for allocating low-income housing tax credits promulgated by the Department of Housing and Community Affairs, validity of|Low-income housing tax credits, validity of Department of Housing and Community Affairs rules establishing plan for allocating|Low-income housing tax credits, validity of rules establishing plan for allocating|Qualified allocation plan for allocating low-income housing tax credits, validity of

GA-0443
Greg Abbott

Manufactured homes, perfection of tax liens by filing notice with the Manufactured Housing Division of the Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs

GA-0474
Greg Abbott

Homestead preservation reinvestment zone, termination date|Homestead preservation reinvestment zone, tax increment fund, use of|Community housing development organization, homestead preservation district tax exemption, application of|Homestead preservation district, tax exemption, application of|Housing finance corporation, homestead preservation district tax exemption, application of|Homestead preservation district tax increment reinvestment zone, family median income, determination of|Homestead preservation district land trusts

GA-0497
Greg Abbott

Low-income housing tax credits, validity of Department of Housing and Community Affairs rules establishing plan for allocating|Qualified allocation plan for allocating low-income housing tax credits promulgated by the Department of Housing and Community Affairs, validity of|Low-income housing tax credits, validity of rules establishing plan for allocating|Qualified allocation plan for allocating low-income housing tax credits, validity of

GA-0819
Greg Abbott

Authority of a Type A corporation under the Development Corporation Act to provide financing of a project involving a nonprofit organization that provides affordable housing services

GA-0887
Greg Abbott

Reimburse a municipality, county, or political subdivision for the improvements, services, or facilities provided to the housing authority, under subsection 392.005(b) of the Local Government Code a housing authority may agree to

GA-0965
Greg Abbott

Transfer of tax lien, under section 32.06, Tax Code, tax assessor-collector, acting alone, may carry out the statutorily required duties related to\r\n\r\nTransfer of tax lien, neither the tax assessor-collector nor the governing body of the taxing unit is empowered to deny, if the conditions of section 32.06, Tax Code, are otherwise met\r\n\r\nTransferred tax lien, under section 32.06, Tax Code, court could conclude that closing costs and lien recordation fees are secured by

GA-1009
Greg Abbott

Agency\\'s reasonable interpretation of its statute is entitled to deference|Qualified allocation plan for allocating low-income housing tax credits, validity of

GA-1037
Greg Abbott

Councils of government as units of general local government for purpose of HUD\\'s HOME Program

GA-1060
Greg Abbott

The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development created the Rental Assistance Demonstration program by which a public housing annual operating subsidy under Section 9 of the U.S. Housing Act of 1937 converts to a rental subsidy under Section 8 of the Act|The Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs administers the state\\'s low income housing tax credit program under which tax credits are competitively awarded to developers of low income housing|As administering agency of the low income housing tax credit program, the governing board of the Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs has discretion to determine whether a development has satisfied eligibility requirements for competing for a tax credit set-aside|If Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs determines that a development undergoing federal Rental Assistance Demonstration program conversion received assistance under Section 8 of the U.S. Housing Act of 1937 and consequently is eligible for the at-risk set-aside, a court is unlikely to disturb that determination|Government Code subsection 2306.6714(a-1)limits eligibility for at-risk tax credit set aside of at-risk developments under subsection 2306.6702(a)(5)(B), but does not affect eligibility of subsection 2306.6702(a)(5)(A) developments|A development that no longer satisfies the definition of \\"at-risk development\\" under Government Code subsection 2306.6702(a)(5)(B) would still be eligible for the at-risk tax credit set-aside if it satisfied subsection 2306.6702(a)(5)(A)

DM-0071
Dan Morales

Firearms, municipal housing authority may not regulate tenants' legal possession of|Municipal housing authority may not adopt regulation providing for a tenant's eviction for the otherwise legal possession of a firearm|Regulation providing for a tenant's eviction for the otherwise legal possession of a firearm, municipal housing authority may not adopt

DM-0163
Dan Morales

Nepotism prohibitions, executive director of municipal housing authority is not subject to|Municipal housing authority, executive director of has no statutory power to hire and therefore is not subject to anti-nepotism statutes

DM-0426
Dan Morales

Housing authority (municipal, county, or regional) created under chapter 392 of the Local Government Code, subject to Open Meetings Act|Housing authority (municipal, county, or regional) created under chapter 392 of the Local Government Code, subject to Act

DM-0434
Dan Morales

Portable rent subsidies, federal law and regulation authorize housing authority to administer outside its jurisdiction|Federal regulation permitting housing authorities to administer "portable" rent subsidies outside of their jurisdiction expressly preempts state law

JC-0018
John Cornyn

Municipal housing authority, employee may not lease or purchase home included in housing project administered by related nonprofit housing corporation|Employee of municipal housing authority may not lease or purchase home included in housing project administered by related nonprofit housing corporation

JC-0453
John Cornyn

Plumbing installed pursuant to municipal regulations must be inspected by licensed plumbing inspector|Plumbing regulations, cities of 5,000 or more must adopt|Plumbing regulations, cities of fewer than 5,000 may adopt|International Residential Code, including plumbing provisions, is sole code in use for residential housing in Texas

JC-0576
John Cornyn

Community housing development organization, eligibility for exemption from ad valorem taxation of real property under section 11.182

JM-1204
Jim Mattox

Commissioner of a county housing authority may not receive frequent flier miles, authority may require mileage statements and may sell mileage credits