Association Not Liable for Racial Discrimination

October 31, 2010
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Facts: A member sued the association and the management company for racial discrimination. She claimed that the association failed to take action on complaints she filed against neighbors from 2003 to 2007. These were mainly complaints against neighbors for having a home-based welding business and for unsightly conditions, structures, and objects, even though she was cited for having a religious cross displayed on her property.

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