Owner Can Sue Association for Discrimination and Retaliation
Facts: An owner sued the homeowners association, two board members, and two employees of his condo complex for discrimination and retaliation, claiming that they had discriminated against his family on the basis of their national origin (Indian) by depriving them of services provided to white residents. The district court concluded that the owner's allegations were “insufficient to state plausible claims of discrimination or retaliation under the Fair Housing Act (FHA).” The owner appealed.
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