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[70 Stat. 1101]
[70 Stat. 1101]

70 S T A T. ]

PUBLIC LAW 1020-AUG. 7, 1956

except goodwill or profit (which are incurred on and after the date of the enactment of the Housing Act of 1956, and for which reimbursement or compensation is not otherwise made) resulting from their displacement by an urban renewal project included in an urban renewal area respecting which a contract for capital grant has been executed under this title. Such payments shall be made subject to such rules and regulations prescribed by the Administrator as are in eiFect on the date of execution of the contract for capital grant (or the date on which the contract is amended pursuant to paragraph (3)), and shall not exceed $100 in the case of an individual or family, or $2,000 in the case of a business concern. " (3) Any contract with a local public agency which was executed under this title before the date of the enactment of the Housing Act of 1956 may be amended to provide for payments under this subsection for expenses and losses incurred on or after such date." SEC. 306, Section 104 of such Act is amended to read as follows:


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"SEC. 104. Every contract for capital grants under this title shall require local grants-in-aid in connection with the project involved. Such local grants-in-aid, together with the local grants-in-aid to be provided in connection with all other projects of the local public agency on which contracts for capital grants have theretofore been made, shall not be required in excess of one-third of the aggregate net project costs of all projects of the local public agency on which contracts for capital grants have been made." SEC. 307. (a) Title I of the Housing Act of 1949 is amended by adding at the end thereof the following new section:

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"SEC. 111. Where the local governing body certifies, and the Administrator finds, that an urban area is in need of redevelopment or rehabilitation as a result of a flood, fire, hurricane, earthquake, storm, or other catastrophe which the President, pursuant to section 2(a) of the Act entitled 'An Act to authorize Federal assistance to States and local governments in major disasters, and for other purposes' (Public Law 4^ ^*^^* /g^l^ 875, Eighty-first Congress, approved September 30, 1950), as amended, has determined to be a major disaster, the Administrator is authorized to extend financial assistance under this title for an urban renewal project with respect to such area without regard to the following: "(1) the 'workable program' requirement in section 101(c), 42us*c usi. except that any contract for temporary loan or capital grant pursuant to this section shall obligate the local public agency to comply with the 'workable program' requirement in section 101 (c) by a future date determined to be reasonable by the Administrator and specified in such contract; "(2) the requirements in section 105(a) (iii) and section 110 42 USC^i'4"s; (b)(1) that the urban renewal plan conform to a general plan *^°* of the locality as a whole and to the workable program referred to in section 101(c); "(3) the 'relocation' requirements in section 105(c): Provided, ^ ^*^c' tlh. That the Administrator finds that the local public agency has presented a plan for the encouragement, to the maximum extent feasible, of the provision of dwellings suitable for the needs of families displaced by the catastrophe or by redevelopment or rehabilitation activities; - 1 ^ "(4) the 'public hearing' requirement in section 105(d);