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Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Can Landlords Discriminate Against the Unemployed?

For rent Not in California. The California Fair Employment and Housing Act bars discrimination based on a rental applicant's source of income, as long as the applicant can show the financial ability to pay the rent.  The justification for this rule is "the need to protect access to housing for rental applicants whose income comes from sources other than employment," such as social security and pension benefits.

 

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