Landlord v. Tenant

August 31, 2012
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Discrimination: Landlord Discriminated Against Wheelchair-Bound Tenant

Disabled tenants, a couple, complained to the local Human Rights Commission (HRC) about landlord's disability discrimination. Tenants said that landlord refused to accommodate their disabilities, repeatedly stating that he wouldn't have rented to them had he known that one tenant used a wheelchair and that he would evict them if they continued to complain.

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