Part 35 - LEAD-BASED PAINT POISONING PREVENTION IN CERTAIN RESIDENTIAL STRUCTURES  


Subparts N-Q [Reserved]
Subparts N–Q [Reserved]
Subparts N-Q [Reserved]
Subparts N-Q [Reserved]
Subpart A—Disclosure of Known Lead-Based Paint and/or Lead-Based Paint Hazards Upon Sale or Lease of Residential Property
§ 35.80 Purpose.
§ 35.82 Scope and applicability.
§ 35.84 Effective dates.
§ 35.86 Definitions.
§ 35.88 Disclosure requirements for sellers and lessors.
§ 35.90 Opportunity to conduct an evaluation.
§ 35.92 Certification and acknowledgment of disclosure.
§ 35.94 Agent responsibilities.
§ 35.96 Enforcement.
§ 35.98 Impact on State and local requirements.
Subpart B—General Lead-Based Paint Requirements and Definitions for All Programs.
§ 35.100 Purpose and applicability.
§ 35.105 [Reserved]
§ 35.106 Information collection requirements.
§ 35.110 Definitions.
§ 35.115 Exemptions.
§ 35.120 Options.
§ 35.125 Notice of evaluation and hazard reduction activities.
§ 35.130 Lead hazard information pamphlet.
§ 35.135 Use of paint containing lead.
§ 35.140 Prohibited methods of paint removal.
§ 35.145 Compliance with Federal laws and authorities.
§ 35.150 Compliance with other State, tribal, and local laws.
§ 35.155 Minimum requirements.
§ 35.160 Waivers.
§ 35.165 Prior evaluation or hazard reduction.
§ 35.170 Noncompliance with the requirements of subparts B through R of this part.
§ 35.175 Records.
Subpart C—Disposition of Residential Property Owned by a Federal Agency Other Than HUD
§ 35.200 Purpose and applicability.
§ 35.205 Definitions and other general requirements.
§ 35.210 Disposition of residential property constructed before 1960.
§ 35.215 Disposition of residential property constructed after 1959 and before 1978.
Subpart D—Project-Based Assistance Provided by a Federal Agency Other Than HUD
§ 35.300 Purpose and applicability.
§ 35.305 Definitions and other general requirements.
§ 35.310 Notices and pamphlet.
§ 35.315 Risk assessment.
§ 35.320 Hazard reduction.
§ 35.325 Child with an elevated blood lead level.
Subpart E [Reserved]
Subpart F—HUD-Owned Single Family Property
§ 35.500 Purpose and applicability.
§ 35.505 Definitions and other general requirements.
§ 35.510 Required procedures.
Subpart G—Multifamily Mortgage Insurance
§ 35.600 Purpose and applicability.
§ 35.605 Definitions and other general requirements.
§ 35.610 Exemption.
§ 35.615 Notices and pamphlet.
§ 35.620 Multifamily insured property constructed before 1960.
§ 35.625 Multifamily insured property constructed after 1959 and before 1978.
§ 35.630 Conversions and major rehabilitations.
Subpart H—Project-Based Assistance
§ 35.700 Purpose and applicability.
§ 35.705 Definitions and other general requirements.
§ 35.710 Notices and pamphlet.
§ 35.715 Multifamily properties receiving more than $5,000 per unit.
§ 35.720 Multifamily properties receiving up to $5,000 per unit, and single family properties.
§ 35.725 Section 8 Rent adjustments.
§ 35.730 Child with an elevated blood lead level.
Subpart I—HUD-Owned and Mortgagee-in-Possession Multifamily Property
§ 35.800 Purpose and applicability.
§ 35.805 Definitions and other general requirements.
§ 35.810 Notices and pamphlet.
§ 35.815 Evaluation.
§ 35.820 Interim controls.
§ 35.825 Ongoing lead-based paint maintenance and reevaluation.
§ 35.830 Child with an elevated blood lead level.
Subpart J—Rehabilitation
§ 35.900 Purpose and applicability.
§ 35.905 Definitions and other general requirements.
§ 35.910 Notices and pamphlet.
§ 35.915 Calculating Federal rehabilitation assistance.
§ 35.920 [Reserved]
§ 35.925 Examples of determining applicable requirements.
§ 35.930 Evaluation and hazard reduction requirements.
§ 35.935 Ongoing lead-based paint maintenance activities.
§ 35.940 Special requirements for insular areas.
Subpart K—Acquisition, Leasing, Support Services, or Operation
§ 35.1000 Purpose and applicability.
§ 35.1005 Definitions and other general requirements.
§ 35.1010 Notices and pamphlet.
§ 35.1015 Visual assessment, paint stabilization, and maintenance.
§ 35.1020 Funding for evaluation and hazard reduction.
Subpart L—Public Housing Programs
§ 35.1100 Purpose and applicability.
§ 35.1105 Definitions and other general requirements.
§ 35.1110 Notices and pamphlet.
§ 35.1115 Evaluation.
§ 35.1120 Hazard reduction.
§ 35.1125 Evaluation and hazard reduction before acquisition and development.
§ 35.1130 Child with an elevated blood lead level.
§ 35.1135 Eligible costs.
§ 35.1140 Insurance coverage.
Subpart M—Tenant-Based Rental Assistance
§ 35.1200 Purpose and applicability.
§ 35.1205 Definitions and other general requirements.
§ 35.1210 Notices and pamphlet.
§ 35.1215 Activities at initial and periodic inspection.
§ 35.1220 Ongoing lead-based paint maintenance activities.
§ 35.1225 Child with an elevated blood lead level.
Subpart R—Methods and Standards for Lead-Paint Hazard Evaluation and Hazard Reduction Activities
§ 35.1300 Purpose and applicability.
§ 35.1305 Definitions and other general requirements.
§ 35.1310 References.
§ 35.1315 Collection and laboratory analysis of samples.
§ 35.1320 Lead-based paint inspections, paint testing, risk assessments, lead-hazard screens, and reevaluations.
§ 35.1325 Abatement.
§ 35.1330 Interim controls.
§ 35.1335 Standard treatments.
§ 35.1340 Clearance.
§ 35.1345 Occupant protection and worksite preparation.
§ 35.1350 Safe work practices.
§ 35.1355 Ongoing lead-based paint maintenance and reevaluation activities.

Authority

42 U.S.C. 3535(d), 4821, and 4851.