Discriminatory housing practice definition

Discriminatory housing practice means an act that is unlawful under section 804, 805, 806, or 818 of this title.
Discriminatory housing practice means an act that is unlawful under federal or state fair housing law, including housing-related violations of the Fair Employment and Housing Act, the federal Fair Housing Act, the Unruh Civil Rights Act, the Ralph Civil Rights Act, the Disabled Persons Act, and the Americans with Disabilities Act.
Discriminatory housing practice means an act that is unlawful under this chapter.

Examples of Discriminatory housing practice in a sentence

Discriminatory housing practice; complaint; procedure; investigation.

Discriminatory housing practice means an act that is unlawful under Subchapter IV of the Maine Human Rights Act.

Discriminatory housing practice" means an act that is unlawful under Sections 2.58.305, 2.58.315, and 2.58.320 of this provision.

Discriminatory housing practice means an act that is unlawful under section 804, 805, 806 or 818 of the Fair Housing Act, as described in part 100.

Discriminatory housing practice -- An action prohibited by Texas Fair Housing Act, Subchapter B, or conduct that is an offense under Texas Fair Housing Act, Subchapter I.


More Definitions of Discriminatory housing practice

Discriminatory housing practice means an act that is unlawful under section 3604, 3605, 3606, or 3617 of this title.
Discriminatory housing practice means an act prohibited by sections 41-1491.14 through 41-1491.21.
Discriminatory housing practice means an act that is unlawful under section 804, 805, 806, or 818 of the Act.
Discriminatory housing practice means an act that is unlawful under KRS 344.360, 344.367, 344.370, 344.380, or 344.680.
Discriminatory housing practice means an act that is unlawful under section five, six, seven or nineteen of this article;
Discriminatory housing practice means an act prohibited by 42 sections 41-1491.14 through 41-1491.21.
Discriminatory housing practice means an act prohibited by Subchapter B or conduct that is an offense under Subchapter I.