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SUBTITLE B-Regulations Relating to Housing and Urban Development:
velopment, Department of Housing and Urban Development CHAPTER VI–Office of Assistant Secretary for Community Planning and
Development, Department of Housing and Urban Development CHAPTER VI—Community Development Corporation, Department of Hous
ing and Urban Development
Housing and Urban Development.
and Urban Development
Cross REFERENCES: Farmers Home Administration, Department of Agriculture:
See Agricultural Credit, 7 CFR Chapter XVIII. Federal Home Loan Bank Board, 12 CFR Chapter V. Veterans Administration regulations on assistance to certain veterans in acquiring specially
adapted housing and guaranty of loans on homes: See Pensions, Bonuses, and Veteran Relief, 38 CFR Part 36.