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Michigan Compiled Laws, Chapter 125. Planning, Housing and Zoning § 125.694b

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Sec. 44b.  (1) To the extent not inconsistent with federal law or regulation, state law, or local ordinance, the housing commission shall adopt and promulgate reasonable rules that establish the following:

(a) Eligibility requirements for admission to housing.

(b) Obligations of tenants, including regulations for the use and occupation of housing units and common areas.

(c) Just cause for the termination of the right of use and occupation, so that a tenant may be clearly apprised of the precise reasons for a termination.

(d) Conditions for continued occupancy, taking into account factors including, but not limited to, family size, fluctuations in income, availability of standard accommodations elsewhere, and other relevant matters.

(e) Operation of homesteading programs under all of the following:

(i) The urban homesteading in single-family public housing act.

(ii) The urban homesteading in multifamily public housing act.

(2) The commission may adopt other rules that are necessary for the just and effective administration of local housing projects constructed and operated as provided by this act.

(3) All rules to be valid shall be published in a conspicuous place in each housing project operated by the commission.

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