(a) After November 7, 2016, if a grantee receives federal funds to purchase, construct or renovate a facility on real property the grantee does not own or to purchase or renovate a modular unit on real property the grantee does not own, the grantee must have a lease or other occupancy agreement of at least 30 years for purchase or construction of a facility and at least 15 years for a major renovation or placement of a modular unit.
(b) The lease or occupancy agreement must:
(1) Provide for the grantee’s right of continued use and occupancy of the leased or occupied premises during the entire term of the lease;
(2) Designate the regional grants management officer to receive a copy of any notice of default given to the grantee under the terms of the agreement and include the regional grants management officer’s current address;
(3) Specify that the responsible HHS official has the right to cure any default under the lease or occupancy agreement within the designated period to cure default; and,
(4) Specify that the responsible HHS official has the right to transfer the lease to another interim or replacement grantee.