Spartacus was partly filmed by CLU. Newbury Park was a more established community than Thousand Oaks at the turn of the 20th century. A few lots existed early in the s, wedged between Borchard land on the south and Friedrich land on the north. They eventually created plans for a "total community", and the name remains prominently featured in the city.
Albanian Associated Fund, Inc. Township of Wayne D.
The Township commenced eminent domain proceedings against the Albanian Association Fund's land while its application for a conditional use permit to construct a mosque on that land was pending before the Township's Planning Board. The Division's brief argues that the Townships' commencement of eminent domain proceedings in this case constitutes the implementation of a land use regulation covered by RLUIPA.
A federal court jury in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania found Wildwood case management unit the defendants had discriminated against an African American couple by lying about the availability of a rental unit.
However, the jury declined to award the couple any compensatory damages, even a nominal amount. The judge then refused to let the jury consider whether to grant punitive damages.
The plaintiffs appealed to the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit, and on June 3,the Civil Rights Division filed an amicus brief arguing that the judge should have allowed the jury to decide whether to award punitive damages.
On March 22,the appellate court reversed the district courts' judgment Wildwood case management unit the defendants by holding that "in a case alleging discrimination under the Fair Housing Act the discrimination itself is the harm," and directed the district court to enter judgment for the plaintiffs and to hold a new jury trial on whether the plaintiffs should be awarded punitive damages.
The Supreme Court denied certiorari on January 8, American Insurance Association v. The plaintiffs, homeowners insurance trade associations, filed a lawsuit on June 26,alleging HUD violated the Administrative Procedure Act in its February regulation formalizing that the Fair Housing Act provides for disparate impact liability.
On November 7,the district court denied HUD's motion to dismiss and for summary judgment and granted plaintiffs' motion for summary judgment. Inclusive Communities Project, Inc.
On remand, the plaintiffs alleged that HUD violated the APA because the regulation impermissibly interprets the FHA to provide for disparate impact claims against insurance underwriting and pricing practices that exceed the contours of disparate impact claims permitted by Inclusive Communities.
Avalon Residential Care, Homes, Inc. City of Dallas N. The United States argued that the City violated the Fair Housing Act by improperly denying a reasonable accommodation when it refused to grant the plaintiff a variance to the City's foot spacing requirement and six person occupancy limit for group homes serving persons with disabilities.
The United States filed two amicus briefs in this case, brought by private plaintiffs. They had claimed that a condominium complex in Anne Arundel County, Maryland violated the Fair Housing Act by failing to be designed and constructed so that it is accessible and usable by persons with disabilities.
On April 21,the court granted the plaintiffs' request for both monetary damages and equitable relief. In its opinion, the court found that "affirmative action relief in the form of retrofitting or a retrofitting fund is an appropriate remedy in this case.
Although the condominium association was not found liable for the violations, the court ordered it to permit the retrofitting of the common areas.
The court will also appoint a special master to oversee the retrofitting project, and retains jurisdiction until all funds have been expended or distributed. If any funds remain unspent, the court noted that "the equitable principles and the purposes" of the Fair Housing will guide the distribution of those funds.
The original panel affirmed the trial court's finding for the defendants in holding that the FHA does not reach post-acquisition discrimination per Halprin v.
Prairie Single Family Homes and that the condo association did not discriminate because it acted under a neutral, though previously unenforced, policy of barring hallway clutter. On January 16,at the request of the en banc Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals, the United States filed an amicus brief arguing that the court should reinstate a Jewish familys' FHA suit against a condominium board that barred them from placing a mezuzah on their door frame.
In its brief, the United States argues that the trial court and the panel majority erred in holding that the FHA did not apply to post-acquisition discrimination and that the family presented evidence suggesting that the condominium board changed the enforcement of its rules to bar the familys' mezuzah based on anti-Jewish animus.
As a result, the court found the plaintiffs 'claims of post-acquisition discrimination viable under both FHA provisions and ordered the trial court to determine whether defendants acted with discriminatory intent on remand.
As for Section athe unanimous court agreed with Halprin in holding that post-acquisition discrimination claims under this provision extend to actual and constructive evictions and little else but dismissed this count after finding that the plaintiffs failed to explain their decision to remain on the premises.
Nissan Motor Acceptance Corporation M. On July 11,the United States filed an amicus curiae brief in support of plaintiffs in Cason v.
In this case, plaintiffs allege that defendants' practice of permitting Nissan dealers to set finance charges at their discretion resulted in African-Americans paying higher finance charges, and that these higher charges could not be explained by non-discriminatory factors.
In our amicus brief in support of plaintiffs 'opposition to defendant's motion for summary judgment, we argue that a lender has a non-delegable duty to comply with ECOA, and, thus, is liable under ECOA for discriminatory pricing in loans that it approves and funds.
The United States further argue that plaintiffs do not need to prove that defendant was on notice regarding the alleged discrimination, but that, in any case, plaintiffs have offered evidence that defendant was on notice.
The court subsequently denied summary judgment for the defendants, and the case is currently on appeal regarding class certification. Congregation Etz Chaim v.
City of Los Angeles C. On January 6,the court issued an order holding that the City's administrative zoning decisions did not preclude the congregation's RLUIPA claims in federal court.
The United States had filed a statement of interest on November 1, In the order, the court quoted the United States' Statement of Interest extensively. Hudson City Savings Bank, F. The joint complaint with the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau CFPB alleges that from at least toHudson City Savings Bank Hudson City failed to provide its home mortgage lending services to majority-Black-and-Hispanic neighborhoods on an equal basis as it provided those services to predominantly white neighborhoods, a practice commonly known as "redlining," throughout its major market areas in New Jersey, New York, Connecticut, and Pennsylvania.Get this from a library!
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