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Housing and Real Property Discrimination
(land and/or buildings for sale, rent or lease)
It is unlawful for:
- An owner (or representative of an owner) to refuse to sell, rent or lease any property; to treat people differently in the terms or conditions of any sale, rental or lease; to ask questions, make records, print signs or advertise in a manner that discriminates on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, sex, ancestry, disability or national origin.
- Any person, bank, mortgage company, insurance company or other financial institution to discriminate in the lending of money to buy, build or repair property.
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