Description: When you think of risk management for your rental business, fair housing training might not be top of mind, but it's critical. Even the most fair and ethical landlords can receive hefty fines for fair housing violations. In this seminar, you and your partners and/or employees will learn:
- A brief history and core principles of Fair Housing Law.
- Protected classes in various jurisdictions, including source of income and criminal history.
- How to process accommodation requests, including use of service animals.
- Key areas of landlord risk for fair housing claims in the tenancy lifecycle.
- How to apply best practices and decision making in various landlord-tenant relation situations.
Instructor: Christopher Cutting is an experienced instructor who makes it easy for landlords to understand and apply legal principles in daily practice. As the principal of Cutting Law and owner of LT Services, he practices commercial and residential landlord-tenant litigation as well as appeals and judgment enforcement in Western Washington. He regularly publishes articles on a variety of legal topics in real property law including several trade publications as well as in both the Phoenix Law Review and the Seattle University Law Review.
RHAWA Members: Attend unlimitted seminars for 12 months with one of our class pass options. Learn more here.
Sign up to attend ONSITE or ONLINE, you choose. After class, all participants will receive a link to recorded session and downloadable materials for review.
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Formal legal advice and review is recommended prior to selection and use of this information. RHAWA does not represent your selection or execution of this information as appropriate for your specific circumstance. The material contained and represented herein, although obtained from reliable sources, is not considered legal advice or to be used as a substitution for legal counsel.