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November 2009
Assisted Housing Alert;Nov2009, Vol. 5 Issue 11, p83
The article presents cases which depict violations to Fair Housing Act in the U.S. along with insights on how to stay out of certain disputes. It notes the importance of condominium associations for the accommodation of all their residents including those who need parking spaces. It mentions the significance of land owners and landlords for renters without picking or selecting them based on races or familiar status.


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