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What Landlords Should Know About Housing Discrimination

Posted August 7, 2013 in Landlord/Tenant Law | Author: Jennifer L. Alexander, Esq.

In April 1968, the federal government enacted the Fair Housing Act, which makes it illegal to discriminate in the selling, financing, renting of houses, or any other housing-related transaction. This anti-discrimination law extends to the basis of race, country of origin, gender, religion, familial status, pregnancy, handicap or disability, and any other minority group. 

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Premises Liability in Condominium Associations

Posted July 23, 2013 in Community Association Law | Author: Jennifer L. Alexander, Esq. and Steven Mlenak, Esq.

A recent article in The New York Times claims that the New Jersey market for condominium complexes is heating up, and with the increase in development comes an increase in consumer interest. One thing to keep in mind when exploring condo living is the safety of the premises, and the state laws that govern liability and responsibility in the condo itself, as well as the grounds surrounding the building.

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Understanding Community Association Ethics

Posted March 25, 2013 in Community Association Law | Author: Jennifer L. Alexander, Esq. and Steven Mlenak, Esq.

Save for maybe audits and taxes, it is a topic that excites Association volunteers like no other: ethics. Still, understanding the ways board members or other Association volunteers, such as committee members, are expected to act, and in many cases are required to act, is something very important to the long-term success of a Community Association.

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