OPINION AND ORDER
Joseph S. Lord, Iii, Chief Judge.
This action was instituted by the United States to foreclose upon a mortgage. Defendants are all connected, in one way or another, with the management and ownership of a housing project known as Warminster Heights (formerly known as Lacey Park). We have jurisdiction under 28 U.S.C. § 1345. Before us are cross motions for summary judgment.
In 1957, the United States by quitclaim deed conveyed the project now known as Warminster Heights to defendant Bella Angel. As part of the consideration for this conveyance, Bella Angel executed a bond in favor of the United States which was conditioned, inter alia, upon payment to the United States of the principal sum plus interest over a period of years. To secure payment of the bond, Bella Angel executed and delivered to the United States a mortgage, which was duly recorded.
The United States alleges that the project has not been preserved and maintained by Bella Angel and the other defendants, and is in fact in violation of numerous county and township fire, health, and sanitation ordinances and building codes. This situation is alleged to constitute a breach of the conditions and covenants in the bond and mortgage, entitling the United States under those instruments to declare the entire unpaid principal plus interest under the bond immediately due and payable.
The pleadings, affidavits, and exhibits clearly demonstrate the absence of a genuine issue as to any material fact. Covenant 6 of the mortgage provides,
"That it [the mortgagor] will maintain said property free from waste or nuisance of any kind, and in good condition, and make all repairs, replacements, improvements and additions which may be necessary to preserve and maintain said property and the value thereof. It shall comply with all valid laws, ordinances, and regulations affecting said property or its use. * * *"
The fifth paragraph of the bond provides,
"AND shall use, operate and maintain the said mortgaged premises as and for a housing project in accordance with all applicable building, fire, health, zoning and other similar laws and regulations affecting the said use, operation and maintenance thereof, as more particularly set forth in the Mortgage."