Association, Manager May Have Violated FHA by Denying Lease Extension
Facts: Since Feb. 1, 2008, the owners of a townhouse, with the approval of the condominium association, rented their unit to a couple with one child. The association had a rule that “[n]o townhouse shall at any time be permanently occupied by more than four (4) persons.” In August 2013, the couple gave birth to twins. In November 2013, the couple asked the owners for a 12-month lease extension. The association rejected the request.
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