Deadly Fair Housing Sins: Old and New

December 19, 2012
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Part I: Recurring Violations of Long-Standing Rules

This month, we’re starting a two-part lesson on the deadly sins of fair housing law. Though the deadly sins are historically seven in number, we’ve added a few more to cover the most costly fair housing violations. And we’re breaking it down into two parts—deadly fair housing sins, old and new. This month, Part I of the lesson will cover old—that is, recurring violations of long-standing fair housing rules.

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