15 Congress clarified, in passing section 1437d, that public housing agencies may evict tenants who have committed serious or repeated violations of the terms of the lease. The ACHA lease complies with and follows the language of the federal regulations. For example, section 11.I of the ACHA lease reflects the language of section 966.4(f)(11). In addition, the lease contains grounds for termination specifically contemplated by Congress and the HUD Rules, as evidenced by the inclusion of the clause that ACHA “may terminate the lease only in the event of serious or repeated breaches of the essential terms of the lease agreement, such as.B failure to make payments due under the lease agreement or to fulfill the rental obligations described in the agreement. of rental”. ACHA Lease, Section 16.C, at 12 (highlighted in the original). Your rental agreement is a contract between you and the Afro-Caribbean Accommodation Association that contains both your rights and the obligations of the Housing Association. Afro – Caribbean Housing Association is responsible for the main maintenance and repair of your home, as described in your lease. 13 In Rucker, the Oakland Housing Authority (OHA) initiated eviction proceedings against tenants of social housing who alleged infringements of the terms of their rental agreements. OHA prevented the grandchildren from being caught by two defendants smoking marijuana in the apartment complex, the daughter of another defendant was found three blocks away with cocaine and a crack cocaine whistle, and the reference person of another defendant was caught on three different occasions with cocaine in his apartment.
The evictions were based on 42 us.C. § 1437d (l) (6), which requires public housing agencies “to use rental contracts that are . provide that any criminal activity that threatens the health, safety or right to peaceful use of the premises by other tenants, or any criminal activity related to drugs on or off such premises, carried out by a tenant of a public dwelling, a member of the tenant`s household, or any client or other person under the control of the tenant; must be the cause of the termination of the lease. The tenants` lease agreements, which were based on the language of section 1437d(l)(6), required tenants to “ensure that the tenant, all members of the household, a client or any other person under the tenant`s control cannot engage in drug-related criminal activity on or near the site.” Id. at 128, 122 p.C. 1230. In the tenants` leases, it was also said that the tenant “understands that if I or a member of my household or clients were to violate this tenancy provision, my lease can be terminated and I can be evicted.” Id. For absolute security; All our properties are inspected by a GAS SAFE engineer and are issued with an annual gas safety certificate as well as a home care contract that hides this; Sanitary, drainage and heating maintenance. . . .