Posted by JohnBoy on October 24, 2000 at 07:48:46:
I haven’t dealt with any homes purchased through this program. But regardless of what changes occur in the future, I would think that wouldn’t have any bearing on people that have used the program in the past. I would think that would only apply to people who use the program at the time any changes have been made. Everything they would be required to do regarding this program should be in their documents they signed when then got the grant. READ their paper work and see what it says. Unless their paper work specifically states that any changes in the program made in the future will apply to their grant, I seriously doubt they can force them to the new changes made since they entered into the program. You need to read all their paper work to see what they are required to do and go from that, not what someone tells you regarding the current program. When you involve people working with these government programs, ask 5 people the same question and you’ll probably get 5 different answers because no one seems to know exactly how things really work. The originally documents they signed at the time they used the program is what I would go by, not what someone else thinks it is.