Manuals and Supplements

What is HUD Housing Programs: Tenants’ Rights?

NHLP's HUD Housing Programs: Tenants’ Rights (universally known as “the Green Book”), is considered as the seminal authority on HUD tenants’ rights by advocates and housing professionals throughout the country. With a user-friendly format and clear, concise explanations of a complex area of the law, the Green Book is the quintessential guide to understanding HUD’s housing programs, containing unpublished court opinions, hard-to-find memos and other useful information.

Purchasers of HUD Housing Programs: Tenants Rights should also order the 2014 Supplement, which contains updates to the laws, including VAWA 2013, a new section devoted to fair housing, new rulings, case updates and more, for use in tandem with the 2012 Green Book.


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For more information including available alternative accessible versions of the Manual, call Wendy Mahoney at 415-546-7000 x3111 or email wmahoney@nhlp.org


Here's what people are saying:

  • “As a frequent consultant to housing authorities and HUD, I am quite impressed with the thorough nature of NHLP’s HUD Housing Programs: Tenants’ Rights. It is the perfect guide for any professional who manages or administers HUD’s housing programs.” Jeffrey K. Lines, President TAG Associates Inc.
  • “The Green Book is absolutely essential for anyone who is teaching, litigating, advocating, or thinking about low-income housing issues. Every law school clinic and library must have at least one copy.”
    Florence Wagman Roisman, William F. Harvey Professor of Law
    2011 Chancellor’s Professor & John S. Grimes Fellow
    Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law
  • “I endorse this book and use it regularly. It is an invaluable resource for understanding the complexities and important nuances of tenants' rights in federal housing programs.”
    Brian Gilmore,
 Associate Clinical Professor of Law & Director of the Housing Clinic

    Michigan State University College of Law
  • “As a housing attorney and Housing Court judge for many years, I found this publication authoritative and useful.”
    Judge William H. Abrashkin,
 Executive Director
Springfield (MA) Housing Authority