Failure to Provide Handicap-Accessible Parking Violated FHA

November 14, 2013
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Facts: A renter who used a wheelchair sued a condo association, alleging that the unavailability of handicap-accessible parking in the building violated the Fair Housing Act (FHA). The 40-story building has 342 parking spaces, seven of which are handicap accessible. But the association sold the accessible spaces to members without disabilities.

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