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Source Of Income Discrimination In DC

Source Of Income Discrimination In DC

Audio Clips Real Estate
On July 23, 2020, D.C. filed 8 Source Of Income Discrimination cases against landlords. A growing number of jurisdictions have Source Of Income Discrimination Laws.
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June Amendments to DC Coronavirus Law effective July 17

June Amendments to DC Coronavirus Law effective July 17

Legislation Real Estate
On June 8, 2020, the DC Council adopted the latest amendments to the emergency Coronavirus law. However, the amendments did not actually go into effect until July 17, 2020. The changes impact landlord obligations to tenants as outlined below.
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Landlords Challenge Eviction Restrictions in Federal Courts

Landlords Challenge Eviction Restrictions in Federal Courts

Cases Legislation Real Estate
In New York and Texas landlords have filed federal lawsuits, claiming that laws denying them access to the courts to pursue evictions violate their constitutional property and contractual rights.
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Phase II Re-opening Rules From The DC Mayor and ABC Board

Phase II Re-opening Rules From The DC Mayor and ABC Board

Hospitality Legislation
On June 19, 2020 the Mayor issued the formal order moving DC into Phase II of reopening. Shortly thereafter, the ABC Board published its Emergency Rulemaking, implementing the order to restaurants.
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Source Of Income Discrimination In DC

Source Of Income Discrimination In DC

Audio Clips Real Estate
On July 23, 2020, D.C. filed 8 Source Of Income Discrimination cases against landlords. A growing number of jurisdictions have Source Of Income Discrimination Laws.
Read More
June Amendments to DC Coronavirus Law effective July 17

June Amendments to DC Coronavirus Law effective July 17

Legislation Real Estate
On June 8, 2020, the DC Council adopted the latest amendments to the emergency Coronavirus law. However, the amendments did not actually go into effect until July 17, 2020. The changes impact landlord obligations to tenants as outlined below.
Read More
Landlords Challenge Eviction Restrictions in Federal Courts

Landlords Challenge Eviction Restrictions in Federal Courts

Cases Legislation Real Estate
In New York and Texas landlords have filed federal lawsuits, claiming that laws denying them access to the courts to pursue evictions violate their constitutional property and contractual rights.
Read More
Phase II Re-opening Rules From The DC Mayor and ABC Board

Phase II Re-opening Rules From The DC Mayor and ABC Board

Hospitality Legislation
On June 19, 2020 the Mayor issued the formal order moving DC into Phase II of reopening. Shortly thereafter, the ABC Board published its Emergency Rulemaking, implementing the order to restaurants.
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New Phase I – DC Guidance Clarifies Standards for Outdoor Dining as of June 12

New Phase I – DC Guidance Clarifies Standards for Outdoor Dining as of June 12

Hospitality Legislation
The latest guidance on DC’s Phase I re-opening came out on Friday, as a joint-effort from the Mayor, DDOT and DOH. The publication specifically addresses outdoor seating on public space, but, also provides clarity for other outdoor operations. Any establishment with outdoor dining should review the complete guide.
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