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Ginnie Mae is a government corporation. As a
part of government, laws passed by the United States Congress and signed by the
President of the United States govern its conduct.
The statutory authority of Ginnie Mae is derived
Title III of the National Housing Act, 12 U.S.C. 1716 et seq.
On May 24, 2018, President Trump signed into law the Economic Growth, Regulatory Relief, and Consumer Protection Act, Public Law 115-174 (the Act). Section 309(b) of the Act amends Title III of the National Housing Act. The Department of Housing and Urban Development issued an interpretative rule, effective June 25, 2018, that interprets the effect of section 309(b) of the Act on the Multiclass Securities Program.
Ginnie Mae is a government corporation. As part
of the government, laws passed by the United States Congress and
signed by the President of the United States govern its conduct.
As a government corporation, Ginnie Mae and its
program are also governed by a set of regulations. These regulations are
published in the Code of Federal Regulations at
Title 24, Part 300-310.
Ginnie Mae notifies participants of periodic changes in guidelines and
requirements through All Participants Memoranda (APM), Multiclass Participants
Memoranda (MPM), and changes to the guides.
click here to view Ginnie Mae's Bylaws.