Property Discrimination Lawyers

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Currently, there are several federal statutes that prohibit discrimination in the context of buying property. Of these statutes, the most commonly applied is the Fair Housing Act of 1968. The Fair Housing Act of 1968 outlaws discrimination on the basis of any of the following seven categories: 

What Is Prohibited under the Fair Housing Act of 1968?

The Fair Housing Act of 1968 makes it unlawful to commit any of the following acts against a person based on their affiliation with any of the previously mentioned groups of people: 

Exemptions to the Fair Housing Act of 1968

The following are the four established exemptions to the Far Housing Act of 1968: 

Enforcing the Fair Housing Act of 1968

The following are the most common means by which to enforce the Fair Housing Act of 1968: 

Should I Contact an Attorney about My Discrimination Claim?

If you belong to one of the groups mentioned above, and have been subjected to one of the following prohibited practices, it may be helpful to seek the advice of a property attorney who specializes in discrimination suits. Due to the complex nature of this area of law, the help of an attorney who specializes in this field may help determine the success of your case.

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Last Modified: 07-01-2013 04:26 PM PDT

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