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Fair Housing Decision Tests Previous Notion of Standing

, New York Law Journal


Robert L. Schonfeld writes that while contrary to traditional notions of standing, persons and entities not within a protected class have standing to challenge discriminatory housing practices under the Fair Housing Act. A recent Second Circuit decision demonstrates the strength of that statute.

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