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1.10.1 Housing Law in the Non-Credit Discrimination Context

There is an extensive body of cases brought under the Fair Housing Act (FHA) in the rental, zoning, and other non-credit contexts. Much of this case law is used by courts as a source of precedent in credit discrimination cases brought under both the FHA and the ECOA, even in non-housing finance cases.118 Some of these cases are discussed in this treatise when relevant. However, for a more extensive discussion of fair housing case law, advocates are advised to consult available fair housing treatises and other resources.119

Footnotes

  • 118 See, e.g., Coleman v. Gen. Motors Acceptance Corp., 196 F.R.D. 315, 325 n.21 (M.D. Tenn. 2000) (applying Fair Housing Act case law in a non-housing finance ECOA case), vacated on other grounds, 296 F.3d 443 (6th Cir. 2002).

  • 119 See, e.g., Robert G. Schwemm, Housing Discrimination: Law and Litigation (2008 ed.); John P. Relman, Housing Discrimination Practice Manual (2007 Supp.); James A. Kushner, Fair Housing: Discrimination in Real Estate, Community Development, and Revitalization (2d ed. 1995).