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i have a lady that i go out with she is on hud hud lady told

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i have a lady that i go out with she is on hud hud lady told her i cant live there thats fine i am gone to work five days aweak can i go to her house to see my lady friend
Submitted: 5 years ago.
Category: Legal
Expert:  Barrister replied 5 years ago.

Yes, you can visit her at any time you like. But you just can't begin to stay there for periods of time as it will appear that you are living there. HUD has very strict rules regarding occupancy and her qualification for the program is based on the number of occupants who are living there at the time she qualifies. If HUD conducts an inspection and sees another person's clothes, personal property, they get their mail there, etc., it could result in her being disqualified from receiving assistance under the program guidelines.
So as long as you are just visiting and have your own residence, you will be fine as they have to prove you live there in order to disqualify her.





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