Association May Be Liable for Disability Discrimination

November 24, 2010
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Facts: A member suffers from a paralyzed diaphragm and a thyroid disorder. These conditions limit her ability to walk significant distances without shortness of breath. The member qualifies for and uses a disabled parking permit. Also, diaphragm paralysis is a disability covered by the protections of the Fair Housing Act because the condition substantially limits one or more of the member's daily life activities.

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