Home Owners' Loan Acts and Housing Acts, Volume 1

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1971 - Federal home loan banks

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Contents

Public Res No 122 extract 75th Congress approved June 21 1938
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Public No 385 76th Congress approved August 11 1939 Provide
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national defense program
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Housing Act to extend the life of section 2 to July 1 1943
126
Public No 849 76th Congress approved October 14 1940 Lanham
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National Housing Act
139
Public No 522 77th Congress approved April 10 1942 To amend
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Public No 650 77th Congress approved July 2 1942 Making appro
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Public No 119 78th Congress To increase by 300000000 the amount
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inserting 1945 1946 and 1947
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Public No 269 extract 79th Congress To authorize appropriation
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Public No 452 79th Congress To amend Title 2 of the Lanham Act
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Public No 697 79th Congress To amend Title 5 of the Lanham Housing
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freezes rents at level as of April 1 1941
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Public No 108 extract 79th Congress Rent Control Federal con
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Public No 129 80th Congress Housing and Rent Act of 1947 repeals
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Public No 468 80th Congress To provide for a temporary extension
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Public No 796 80th Congress To amend Lanham Act to provide
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Public No 901 80th Congress To amend National Housing Act Title
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Public No 31 81st Congress Rent Control Act Federal Housing
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Public No 52 81st Congress Alaska Ilousing Act
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Greenhills Ohio without competitive bidding or public advertising
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Public No 171 81st Congress Housing Act of 1949 Provide Federal
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Public No 278 81st Congress To amend National Housing Act
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Public No 475 81st Congress Housing Act of 1950 amends the National
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Public No 576 81st Congress Home Loan Bank Act to amend and
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Public No 880 81st Congress To continue temporary period to March
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Public No 715 77th Congress To amend Rent Control Act for Dist
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Public No 438 83d Congress Amend National Housing Act as amended
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of Military Departments of Department of Defense and their dependents
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Public No 765 83d Congress Provide for family quarters for personnel
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Public No 284 84th Congress Conveyance of certain war housing
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sale of personal property
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Public No 10 85th Congress Relieving the shortage of funds for home
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Public No 170 extract 85th Congress Relative to Military Housing
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Public No 442 85th Congress To amend section 217 of the National Hous
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the Interior
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Public No 852 85th Congress Making appropriations for military con
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Public No 119 86th Congress To extend the voluntary home mortgage
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Public No 149 extract 86th Congress To authorize certain construction
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Public No 374 86th Congress To promote and preserve local manage
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Public No 578 86th Congress To amend section 809 of the National
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Public No 788 86th Congress Amending the Act of July 14 1960
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Public Law No 84 87th Cong approved July 6 1961 To extend veterans
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Federal Home Loan Bank Act and title IV of the National Housing Act
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Public Law No 623 87th Cong approved Aug 31 1962 To extend
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Home Owners Loan Act of 1933 and the Federal Home Loan Bank Act
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Public No 158 88th Congress approved October 24 1963 To provide addi
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Public No 220 extract 88th Congress approved December 21 1963
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Public No 390 extract 88th Congress approved August 1 1964
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Public No 576 88th Congress approved September 2 1964 Making appro
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Public No 174 89th Congress approved September 9 1965 To establish
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Public No 188 extract 89th Congress approved September 16 1965
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Pubic Law No 429 89th Congress approved May 24 1966 To promote
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Public Law No 695 89th Congree approved October 16 1966 FINAN
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Public Law No 754 89th Congress approved November 3 1966 DEMON
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