Don't Require Applicant to Be Physically Able to Keep Unit Clean

Don't Require Applicant to Be Physically Able to Keep Unit Clean



Though you can require that an applicant’s unit be kept clean and free of health hazards, you can’t require that the applicant be physically able to keep the unit in such condition himself. It doesn’t matter whether the applicant himself is physically able to clean or maintain his unit. If the applicant hires or uses another individual or a service to keep the unit clean, the issue becomes whether the unit will meet the standards for your tax credit site.

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