Murray Wennerlund Editor SBA Disaster Loan Program, the Duplication of Benefits story by a disaster victim Sept. 21, 2016 2 years from that day I am writing about an issue that has plagued our home and 15,000 other homes in the state of Louisiana since the Great Floods of 2016 also known as DR-4263 and DR-4277 Download full HR 302 as of 9-22-2018 2:36 p.m.(Original location of HR 302 document as of 9-22-2018 2:36 p.m.) Download Section 1210 1210. DUPLICATION OF BENEFITS updated September 22, 2018 (12:40 a.m.) Facebook.Com Discussion in group Restore LA Program Info Exchange Email your comments FR-2019-06-20: "FEMA regulations at 44 CFR 206.191 set forth a delivery sequence that establishes which source of assistance is duplicative for certain programs. CDBG-DR assistance is not listed in FEMA's sequence, but as a practical matter, CDBG-DR assistance duplicates other sources received before the CDBG-DR for the same purpose and portion of need. Any amount received from other sources before the CDBG-DR assistance that is determined to be duplicative must be collected by the grantee. The mandatory agreement to repay (discussed in VII. below) can be used to prevent duplication by assistance that is available, but not yet received. If the duplicative assistance is received after CDBG-DR, the grantee must collect the DOB or contact HUD if it has questions about whether another Federal agency is responsible for collecting the duplication. VII. Agreement To Repay The Stafford Act requires grantees to ensure that applicants agree to repay all duplicative assistance to the agency providing that Federal assistance. To address any potential DOB, each applicant must also enter into an agreement with the CDBG–DR grantee to repay any assistance later received for the same purpose for which the CDBG-DR funds were provided. This agreement can be in the form of a subrogation agreement or similar document and must be signed by every applicant before the grantee disburses any CDBG-DR assistance to the applicant."