(H) leasing, delivery incentives or annual bonuses clearly provided by the site manager`s compensation contract; B. Review of the definitions of “Domestic farm laborer,” “Management Agreement” and “Management Fee” and is worded as follows: administrative costs. Compensation to a director for services pursuant to an approved management certification, Form RD 3560-13, “Multi-Family Project Borrower`s/Management Agent`s Management Certification.” This executive provision imposes requirements on RHS in the development of regulatory policies that have tribal effects or anticipate tribal laws. S. found that the rule has no significant direct effect on one or more Indian tribes or on the relationship or distribution of powers and responsibilities between the federal government and Indian tribes. Therefore, this rule is not subject to the requirements of Executive Order 13175. If tribal leaders are interested in consulting RHS on this rule, they are encouraged to contact the USDA Office of Tribal Relations or the Indian DR Coordinator: AIAN@usda.gov to request such a consultation. (B) the Board`s review and approval of the Agency`s annual operating plans, including repair and replacement expenses and proposed provisions. Costs must be paid on a pro-rata basis when the directive covers several of the Agency`s properties. For more information, please refer to the sections on the development of the draft document on the use of contacts in federal registry documents.
2. The Agency will allow an annual adjustment to increase the financial allocation of reserve accounts based on the operating cost adjustment factor (OCAF), as published annually by the HUD. This requires a change in the loan contract and the increase documented in the draft budget, in accordance with the provisions of page 3560.303. (i) administrative costs. Administrative fees are only permitted if the fee is approved by the Agency as a reasonable cost for the housing project and documented on management certification. Administrative fees must be developed for the following reasons: b) the replacement of expiring obligations. Lease assistance contracts may be entered into in accordance with 3560.255 (a) (1). (G) state taxes and other regulatory, government or local royalties, as well as other relevant expenses necessary for the operation of the property by a third government unit.