The United States' complaintfiled on March 2,alleged that Peter Altmayer intimidated and harassed his next door neighbors, and their two minor children, on the basis of their religion Jewish and national origins Israeli and Mexican. The complaint further alleged that the County discriminated against the ICC based on religion.
Riverbay Corporation S.
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Powers E. The agreement also requires that the defendant implement nondiscriminatory application and rental procedures at the park, undergo fair-housing training and provide periodic reports to the department. Retrieved August 28, The John Buck Company N. The consent order also provides for extensive injunctive relief, including fair housing training, reporting requirements, and the resignation of the president of the condominium board.
City of Milwaukee E. The Bigelow Group, Inc.
The complaint alleges that the foot distance restrictions are not justified for health and safety reasons, exceed state law standards, and are not found in any other jurisdiction in the Commonwealth of Virginia. Biafora's Inc. The complaint alleged that the defendants, who are the owners and operators of Traditions of Hanover, a senior living facility, violated the Fair Housing Act by, inter alia, enacting a policy that required residents who use wheelchairs to transfer from their wheelchairs into a dining room chair, enacting a policy that required residents who used motorized and non-motorized wheelchairs to pay a non-refundable deposit, and requiring residents to sign a lease that imposes conditions such as requiring an initial physical assessment as a requirement of tenancy and potential eviction if a resident develops certain health conditions.
National Properties Inc.