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104 STAT. 4372 PUBLIC LAW 101-625—NOV. 28, 1990 "(2) the recipient shall make at least annual inspections of ' "' each unit during the contract term. "(b) PROHIBITION.—No assistance may be provided for a dwelling unit (1) for which the occupancy charge is not reasonable, or (2) which fails to meet the housing standards, unless the owner promptly corrects the deficiency and the recipient verifies the correction. 42 USC 11404d. "SEC. 465. TENANT RENT. "Each tenant shall pay as rent an amount determined in accordance with the provisions of section 3(a)(l) of the United States Housing Act of 1937. 42 USC 11404e. "SEC. 466. ADMINISTRATIVE FEES. SI "From amounts made available under appropriations Acts, the Secretary shall make amounts available to pay the entity administering the housing assistance an administrative fee in an amount determined appropriate by the Secretary for the costs of administering the housing assistance. "PART III—SHELTER PLUS CARE: SECTION 8 MODERATE REHABILITATION ASSISTANCE FOR SINGLE ROOM OCCUPANCY DWELLINGS 42 USC 11405. "SEC. 471. PURPOSE. "The Secretary is authorized to use amounts made available under section 459(b) of this subtitle only in connection with the moderate rehabilitation of single room occupancy housing described in section 8(n) of the United States Housing Act of 1937 for occupancy by homeless persons. However, amounts made available under section 459(b) may be used in connection with the moderate rehabilitation of efficiency units if the building owner agrees to pay the additional cost of rehabilitating and operating the efficiency units. ^ , 42 USC 11405a. "SEC. 472. FIRE AND SAFETY IMPROVEMENTS. Government "Each Contract for housing assistance pa3mients entered into contracts. using the authority provided under section 459(b) shall require the installation of a sprinkler system that protects all major spaces, hard-wired smoke detectors, and such other fire and safety improve- ,^ ments as may be required by State or local law. For purposes of this section, the term 'major spaces' meems hallways, large common areas, and other areas specified in local fire, building, or safety codes.
. 42 USC 11405b. " SEC. 473. CONTRACT REQUIREMENTS. "Each contract for annual contributions entered into by the Secretary with a public housing agency to obligate the authority made available under section 459(b) shall— "(1) commit the Secretary to make the authority available to the public housing agency for an aggregate period of 10 years, and require that any amendments increasing the authority shall be available for the remainder of such 10-year period; "(2) provide the Secretary with the option to renew the contract for an additional period of 10 years, subject to the availability of authority; and�