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On April 17, 2018, the Office of Program Enforcement issued a letter stating that it had reached a resolution under a Program Fraud Civil Remedies Act of 1986[1] case regarding Summit Bradford Apartments located in Tulsa, OK, following its review.  The Government alleged that the owner submitted 40 false claims under the Act. 

The Office of Program Enforcement included with its letter the March 28, 2018, settlement agreement with BSR Trust, LLC, Summit Bradford Apartments’ management agent.  BSR Trust, LLC, agreed to pay the Federal Government $30,000 to settle the false claim allegations.  The settlement agreement was not an admission of liability or fault on the part of any party.

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General Counsel

  •   2018-FW-1801-001-A
    $30,000.00

    Closed on Mayo 21, 2018

    We recommend that HUD’s Office of General Counsel, Office of Program Enforcement, acknowledge that $30,000 in the settlement agreement represents an amount due HUD.