HUD: Association Discriminated Against Families with Children
An Edina, Minn., condominium association is facing discrimination charges from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), after allegations that it refused to allow children under 18 to live at the property. According to charges from HUD, the association, its management company, and its off-site manager all violated the Fair Housing Act by prohibiting children who are minors from living in the building, despite the fact that the property didn’t meet federal qualifications to be senior housing.
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