Household Member Didn't Use Unit as Principal Place of Residence

Facts: In 2008, when a resident filled out a continued occupancy form for a unit, she included her daughter as one of the people who would live in the subsidized unit, and use it as her primary residence, during the next 12 months. In signing the form, the resident certified that the information she had provided was accurate and complete and that any false statements or information would be grounds for termination from the program.

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