HUD Compliance Review in Tampa
Why You Need a Compliance Attorney
At Cotney Construction Law, we know that keeping up with laws and regulations can be daunting for the average construction professional. Working with the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) is no different. When navigating HUD compliance requirements in Tampa, contractors and builders alike will benefit from partnering with a HUD attorney because we understand HUD regulations and how to comply with them. We assist construction professionals with HUD initiatives, compliance reviews, and the enforcement process.
Understanding HUD Compliance Requirements in Tampa
It is imperative that you understand HUD compliance requirements when working on federally funded contracts. Contractors must ensure that workers, public housing residents, and certain business enterprises benefit from the use of federal funds. Violating any HUD program requirements will result in sanctions against your business; therefore, it is expedient that you protect yourself by having a HUD compliance review in Tampa. A HUD compliance review can ensure that you properly meet procurement-related guidelines, Section 3 compliance, Department of Labor requirements, and Fair Housing requirements, among others.
Be Proactive, Call Cotney Construction Law Today
Whether you are new to federal contracting or a veteran, if you want to avoid enforcement actions against your business, be proactive and connect with our firm for help with HUD regulatory matters. A HUD attorney from our office will work diligently to ensure that your contract meets HUD regulatory compliance and develop a strategy to avoid any compliance problems before they arise. We will also help you appeal or request a hearing if a sanction has been imposed against you or your business, and we will also represent you in the event of a litigation.
If you would like to speak with an attorney about HUD compliance requirements in Tampa, please submit our contact request form.
Disclaimer: The information contained in this article is for general educational information only. This information does not constitute legal advice, is not intended to constitute legal advice, nor should it be relied upon as legal advice for your specific factual pattern or situation.