HUD’s Proposed Harassment Rule Would Be Painful for Condo Associations

The department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) has offered that assurance for regulations the agency has proposed, clarifying the standards for assessing harassment claims under the Fair Housing Act.   Read the article………


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