Fair Housing Act
- A law that forbids unfair treatment in housing processes based on race, color, nationality, religion, gender, family configuration, or disability
- The family could seek legal intervention under the Fair Housing Act as they suspected they were being discriminated against due to their race.
- The disabled individual was protected by the Fair Housing Act, which prevented the landlord from declining his request for a service animal.
- The landlords were penalized for violating the Fair Housing Act by rejecting applicants based on their familial status.