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These procedures are applicable to all individual grievances, as defined in the PHA's Definitions section of these policies, between the resident and the PHA with the following exceptions:

  1. The PHA's grievance procedures are not applicable to disputes between residents not involving the PHA, or to class grievances.
  2. The grievance procedures are not intended as a forum for initiating or negotiating policy changes between a group or groups of residents and the PHA's Board of Commissioners; and
  3. HUD has issued a due process determination that the law of the State of North Carolina requires that the resident be given the opportunity for a hearing in court that provides the basic elements of due process (as defined in the Definition section of these policies) before eviction from a dwelling unit. Therefore, the PHA has elected to determine that this grievance procedure shall not be applicable to any termination of tenancy or eviction that involves:
    1. Any criminal activity that threatens the health, safety, or right to peaceful enjoyment of the premises by other residents or employees of PHA; or
    2. Any violent or drug-related criminal activity on or off such premises; or
    3. Any criminal activity that resulted in felony conviction of a household.

However, improper use of or disclosure of information obtained by the PHA through criminal records, sex offender registration records, and drug abuse treatment facility records, may be the subject of a grievance by a tenant of the PHA.