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Chapter 10 PM PPT - Chapter 10 Federal and State Laws...

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Chapter 10 Federal and State Laws
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Learning Objectives State reasons for antitrust laws List protected classes under Fair Housing Give examples of illegal steering Explain importance of ADA to retail & office mgrs List protected classes under ECOA Explain value of credit report and how to use it Apply provisions of Megan’s Law to property management State LBPHRA requirements Summarize differences between Uniform Landlord- Tenant Law and local states
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Antitrust Laws Sherman Act Acquiring Competitive Information No Price-Fixing
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Federal Fair Housing Laws Civil Rights Act of 1866 Fair Housing Act (Title VIII of Civil Rights Act of 1968) Protected Classes Blockbusting Steering Equal Housing Poster No Discriminatory Advertising
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Federal Fair Housing Laws Original Protected Classes Race and Color Religion and National Origin Fair Housing Amendments of 1988 Familial Status Exemptions to Familial Status Falsely Implying Exemptions Handicap
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