FFHA

(redirected from Federal Fair Housing Act)
AcronymDefinition
FFHAFederal Fair Housing Act
FFHAFoundation for Hospital Art (Roswell, GA)
FFHAFoundation for Female Health Awareness (Cincinnati, OH)
FFHAFoundation Foxtrotter Heritage Association (Oxford, AR)
FFHAFort Fairfield Housing Authority (Fort Fairfield, ME)
FFHAFlorida Fair Housing Act
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As well-meaning as the Pool Committee is, permitting the association to have an adults-only pool rule has been held to be discriminatory and in violation of the Federal Fair Housing Act. You are obligated to tell the board that the sign has to come down.
The ruling, which strengthens the federal Fair Housing Act, is a victory for civil rights groups across the country.
There is also a category called "assistance animal" (not required to be trained) under the federal Fair Housing Act and a "service animal" (cannot be a mere pet, but can be an emotional support animal) under the Air Carrier Access Act (ACAA).
The US Department of Justice said that the accord resolves allegations that the unit violated the federal Fair Housing Act and Equal Credit Opportunity Act by discriminating on the basis of disability and receipt of public assistance.
The site then let users filter roommates based on the same traits, which are protected by 1968's Federal Fair Housing Act or, in the case of sexual preference, by California's housing law.
An interpreter assisted Fair Housing Specialist Cheryl Gant as she spoke about protections under the federal Fair Housing Act and the Greensboro Fair Housing Ordinance.
In Baltimore, city officials filed suit against Wells Fargo & Co., San Francisco, under the federal Fair Housing Act, alleging the lender targeted black neighborhoods for high-risk, unfairly priced loans--in effect reverse redlining, said Ramsey.
For Morse, it's for all of these reasons that the adoption of the Port of the Future plan was "galling." He noted, "We think they're at a very serious risk of a Federal Fair Housing Act violation.
Web sites that ask users specific questions to determine their housing preferences with the aim of matching them with other users are engaging in discriminatory practices under the federal Fair Housing Act, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled.
Roommates.com, as the Federal Fair Housing Act and a similar California law ban discrimination based on sex, sexual orientation, or marital status in housing transactions.
Had The New York Times or any other newspaper or magazine published that ad, it would be open to charges of housing discrimination under the federal Fair Housing Act of 1968, which prohibits making housing less accessible to anyone because of their race, gender, or religion.
(8) Although the state fair housing laws were usually somewhat stronger in coverage and enforcement provisions than the federal Fair Housing Act of 1968, they were still considered by many contemporary observers to be too weak and too blunt to make a big difference.
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