Legal Update 2009: What's Happening in the Courts

August 19, 2009
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In this special issue of Fair Housing Coach, we'll update you on some recent court developments involving the Fair Housing Act (FHA).

In some recent decisions, courts have weighed in on both sides of the simmering dispute over whether and to what extent the FHA applies to conduct that occurs after the sale or rental of a dwelling. HUD's position is that the FHA bans discrimination and retaliation that occurs both before and after a person buys or rents a dwelling.

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