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[F1Payment of housing association grants by the Executive]N.I.

33.[F2(1) The Executive may make housing association grants to registered housing associations in respect of expenditure incurred or to be incurred by them in connection with housing activities.

(1A) But the Executive shall not make grants under paragraph (1) to a designated association in respect of expenditure incurred or to be incurred by it in connection with specified housing activities.

(1B) In paragraph (1A)—

designated association” means an association designated under Article 33A(1), and

specified housing activities” means, in relation to a designated association, housing activities specified in accordance with Article 33A(2).

(2) As respects grants under this Article the Department, acting in accordance with such principles as it may determine, may give directions as to—

(a)the procedure to be followed in relation to applications for grant;

(b)the circumstances in which grant is or is not to be payable;

(c)the method for calculating, and any limitations on, the amount of grant; and

(d)the manner in which, and time or times at which, grant is to be paid;

and the Executive shall act in accordance with those directions.

(2A) Any directions given under paragraph (2) may be varied or revoked by subsequent directions.

(2B) Nothing in paragraph (2) or (2A) affects the Department's power to give directions to the Executive under Article 10 of the Order of 1981.

(3) In making a grant under this Article, the Executive shall, if the Department so requires, provide that the grant is conditional on compliance with such conditions as the Department may specify.]

(4) Where—

(a)a grant under this Article is payable to an association, and

(b)at any time property to which the grant relates becomes vested in, or is leased for a term of years to, or reverts to, some other registered housing association,

this Article (including this paragraph) shall have effect after that time as if the grant, or such proportion of it as is specified or determined under paragraph (5), were payable to that other association.

(5) The proportion referred to in paragraph (4) is that which, in the circumstances of the particular case—

(a)the Department, acting in accordance with such principles as it may determine, may specify as being appropriate; or

(b)the Department may determine to be appropriate.

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