The complaint which was filed on May 13, alleged that the defendants engaged in unlawful discrimination by creating and implementing a series of discriminatory tenant occupancy and eligibility policies and practices that exclude persons with disabilities.
The defendant is also enjoined from further discrimination based on gender and must keep records for future review by the Division. Loveless v. The consent decree requires the defendants to modify condominium and townhouses that are not in compliance with the Act.
On October 22,the court entered a consent order in United States v. Albanian Associated Fund, Inc. City of Wildwood D.
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Skip to Main Content. The consent order also contains provisions for monitoring of Pioneer Village's tenant and applicant records, and for requiring the defendants to advertise to the public in accordance with HUD's fair housing advertising guidelines.
In addition, the complaint alleged that the defendants provided transportation as an amenity and that untilthat transportation was inaccessible to people who used wheelchairs in violation of the Fair Housing Act. The complaint alleges that defendants engaged in a pattern or practice of discrimination by offering less favorable auto loan terms to African American testers than white testers, including by telling African American testers that they needed larger down payments than white testers for the same used cars, and telling African American testers that they were required to fund their down payments in one lump sum, while they gave white testers an option of paying in two installments.
The consent order also calls for injunctive relief, including training, a nondiscrimination policy, record keeping and monitoring. Stonebridge N.
Associates National Bank D. On April 5, , the court entered a consent decree resolving United States v. Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs v. The complaint alleges that Gus Crank and Penny Crank, who manage and own rental property in Dayton, Kentucky, violated the Fair Housing Act by engaging in a pattern or practice of sexual harassment against female tenants and coercing, intimidating, threatening, or interfering with tenants in the exercise of their fair housing rights.