U.S Community Associations May Be Liable for Harassment by Residents Against Other Residents

Changes to the Fair Housing Act (“FHA”) in the United States could impose liability on community associations (i.e. condominiums) for the discriminatory actions of residents against other residents. The FHA prohibits discrimination and harassment because of race, colour, religion, sex, national origin, handicap and family status in the context of housing. (Note that age is not included in this list – for that reason, older adult or seniors’ condominiums are permitted in the US.)     Read the article………….


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