WASHINGTON - The Internal Revenue Service's standard on low-income housing will contradict federal housing policies and be far more restrictive than the housing standards set forth by tax and housing laws even if it is revised, lawyers told an IRS official Friday.

The lawyers attacked the safe harbor standard at a housing conference here after Lynn Kawecki, an IRS official, described the standard and IRS staff proposals for expanding it.

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