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Lisa T. Alexander, University of Wisconsin Law School, has published Hip-Hop and Housing: Revisiting Culture, Urban Space, Power, and Law, at 63 Hastings Law Journal 803 (2012).U.S. housing law is finally receiving its due attention. Scholars and practitioners are focused primarily on the subprime...
Hawaii Court Rules: Property Laden with Screaming Frogs and Occasional Prostitutes: Not Seller’s Problem
The Hawai’i Intermediate Court of Appeals recently handed down its decision on a case representing any hopeful Hawaiian buyers’ nightmare. The plaintiffs entered into a sales agreement in order to purchase an undeveloped 4 acre estate boasting a view of nearby waterfalls and Pukihae...
The anti-discrimination provisions of the Fair Housing Act don't apply to a Roommate.com, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled last month in Fair Housing Council v. Roommate.com, LLC. Roommate.com operates a web site that helps roommates find each other....The anti-discrimination provisions of...
It has been a little over a year since the requirement that Colorado property owners' associations register with the newly created HOA Information and Resource Center went into effect. The center’s 2011 annual report is out (and a copy of it is provided below). According to the annual...
Developers often secure FHA approval for their condominium projects, enabling buyers to obtain FHA loans. Whether or not those approvals remain in place is left to the owners’ association for the project. As investors continue to snap-up condominium units one at a time or in bulk,...