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Published September 9, 2020

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Can a request to lease a portion of property for the installation of any semi-permanent structure be approved if all conditions are not met?

The servicer must evaluate requests to lease real property for the installation of a semi-permanent structure based on the specific circumstance of the request.

If leasing a portion of the real property for the installation of a semi-permanent structure does not meet any of the conditions, then the servicer must deny the request. 

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How should a request to lease real property for the installation of a semi-permanent structure be evaluated? 

What must be done prior to approving any agreement that relates to the placement of a semi-permanent structure on the property? 

What conditions must be met in order to approve a request to lease a portion of the property for the installation of any semi-permanent structure? 

For more information please see: D1-1-01, Evaluating a Request for the Release, or Partial Release, of Property Securing a Mortgage Loan

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