§514B-99.5  Inapplicability of laws.  (a)  This subpart shall not apply to:

     (1)  A project developed pursuant to section 46‑15 or 46‑15.1, or chapter 53, 201H, 206, 346, or 356D; provided that the developer of the project may elect to be subject to this subpart through a written notification to the commission;

     (2)  Condominium projects where the developer conveys all of the residential units in the project to a spouse, or family members related by blood, descent or adoption; and

     (3)  Condominium projects consisting of two or fewer units.

     (b)  A developer of a project specified in subsection (a)(1) who elects to be subject to this subpart, or of a project developed pursuant to an affordable housing requirement established by a state or county governmental agency, may elect to waive specific provisions of this subpart that conflict with the eligibility or preference requirements imposed by the governmental agency.  The developer of a project specified in subsection (a)(1) who exercises the election shall provide detailed written notification to the commission of the specific provisions that will be waived, an explanation for each waived provision, and a statement from the affected government agency that the project is either an inapplicable project pursuant to subsection (a)(1) or a project for which a governmental agency has imposed eligibility or preference requirements.  A copy of this notification shall be filed with the affected governmental agency.

     (c)  A filing to meet the notification requirements of subsection (a)(1) or (b) shall not be construed to be an approval or disapproval of the project by the commission. [L 2005, c 93, pt of §4; am L 2007, c 249, §26; am L 2010, c 89, §10]