What You Need to Know About Discrimination Based on Lawful Source of Income - Session Two

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Wednesday Sep 15, 2021
10:00AM - 11:30AM
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, NY

Discrimination based on lawful source of income is the illegal practice by landlords, owners, and real estate brokers of refusing to rent to current or prospective tenants seeking to pay for housing with housing assistance vouchers, subsidies, or other forms of public assistance.

Session Two:

Caroline Downey, General Counsel for New York State Division of Human Rights, discusses Source of Income Discrimination to include the type of sources of income that are protected, types of housing assistance programs, who cannot discriminate, actions that are discriminatory, and filing a complaint. She will also provide a review of the new Fair Housing Laws passed by the State of New York and give an overview of the protected classes.

Money And House On The Scales With The Inscription Fair Housing. Home Appraisal. Property Valuation. Housing Evaluator. Fair Trade. Legal Transparent Deal. Apartment Purchase / Sale.

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