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Under the fair housing act is it unlawfull to specify a rental

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Under the fair housing act is it unlawfull to specify a rental unit set up for wheel chair access for handicapped people only if a non-handicapped family wants to rent that unit?.
Submitted: 6 years ago.
Category: Legal
Expert:  Legalease replied 6 years ago.



No it is not unlawful for an apartment complex to set aside a unit or several units as handicapped only and then they can simply wait until some family comes along that needs the unit due to one of them being in a wheelchair. In fact, apartment complexes are required to hold a certain number of units aside i the event that handicapped persons need a rental to live in. If the complex rented a handicapped unit to a non-handicapped person and then a month or two later, a handicapped person wanted to move into the complex, then the complex can be fined for not having the appropriate number of units set aside for handicapped persons.




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