101 STAT. 1948
PUBLIC LAW 100-242—FEB. 5, 1988
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(A) the National Institute of Building Sciences and the National Bureau of Standards with respect to the most costeffective methods of detecting and abating lead-based paint poisoning hazards; and -joejf;fr (B) public housing agencies to develop a cost-efficient plan ^ , for detecting and abating lead-based paint poisoning hazlOi abort ards in dwelling assisted under section 8 of the United States Housing Act of 1937 and dwellings in public housing assisted under such Act. 42 USC 1437a
SEC. 567. MEDIAN AREA INCOME.
For purposes of calculating the median income for any area that is not within a metropolitan statistical area (as established by the Office of Management and Budget) for programs under title I of the Housing and Community Development Act of 1974, the United States Housing Act of 1937, the National Housing Act, or title V of the Housing Act of 1949, the Secretary of Housing and Urban Development or the Secretary of Agriculture (as appropriate) shall use whichever of the following is higher: (1) the median income of the county in which the area is located; or (2) the median income of the entire nonmetropolitan area of \ the State. Energy.
42 USC 5403.
SEC. 568. MANUFACTURED STANDARDS.
Section 604 of the National Manufactured Housing Construction and Safety Standards Act of 1974 is amended by adding at the end the following new subsection: "(i)(l) The Federal manufactured home construction and safety standards established by the Secretary under this section shall include preemptive energy conservation standards in accordance with this subsection. "(2) The energy conservation standards established under this subsection shall be cost-effective energy conservation performance standards designed to ensure the lowest total of construction and operating costs. "(3) The energy conservation standards established under this subsection shall take into consideration the design and factory construction techniques of manufactured homes and shall provide for alternative practices that result in net estimated energy consumption equal to or less than the specified standards.". SEC. 569. NULLIFICATION OF RIGHT OF REDEMPTION OF SINGLE-FAMILY MORTGAGORS.
12 USC 1710.
Section 204 of the National Housing Act is amended by adding at the end the following new subsection: "(1)(1) Whenever the Secretary or a contract mortgagee (pursuant to its contract with the Secretary) forecloses on a Secretary-held single family mortgage in any Federal or State court or pursuant to a power of sale in a mortgage, the purchaser at the foreclosure sale shall be entitled to receive a conveyance of title to, and possession of, the property, subject to the interests senior to the interests of the Secretary or the contract mortgagee, as the case may be. Notwithstanding any State law to the contrary, there shall oe no right of redemption (including in all instances any right to possession oased upon any right of redemption) in the mortgagor or any other person