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New York – Cove Club Condo Drops Eviction Suit Against Service Dog Owner, But Discrimination Case Against Condo Will Press On

Cove Club Condo Drops Eviction Suit Against Service Dog Owner, But Discrimination Case Presses OnThe Cove Club Condominium in Battery Park City has halted eviction proceedings against a deaf, 76-year-old deaf resident who has kept a service dog since 2012. The condo board moved to dismiss the eviction action against Roman Erihkman, according to court filings. However, the discrimination lawsuit against the condo board filed by the New York…

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Kentucky – Lawsuit names Garrard homeowners’ association

Lawsuit names Garrard homeowners’ associationLANCASTER – A disabled couple from northern Garrard County, with help from the Kentucky Commission on Human Rights, have filed a lawsuit against a subdivision homeowners’ group alleging discrimination. The KCHR filed the complaint in Garrard Circuit Court last week on behalf of Clay and Susan Horn against the Natures Trace Homeowners Association.

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Montana – Lawsuit over Bozeman condo accessibility settled

Lawsuit over Bozeman condo accessibility settledBOZEMAN – A developer and construction company have agreed to make changes to a Bozeman condominium following a federal lawsuit about handicap accessibility. Saddle View Properties and Yellowstone Heritage Construction have agreed to bring the Overlook Condominiums into compliance by June 30. U.S. District Court Judge Sam Haddon dismissed the case on Dec.

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California – Up and Down Dispute Headed to Court

Up-and-Down Dispute Headed to Court | Newport Beach Independent Newspaper | For Locals, By LocalsA dispute between a Corona del Mar resident and the local homeowner's association has gone up and down over the past year and will soon be headed into court. David Perrin, an 84-year-old resident in the Mai Kai Community on Bayside Drive, has taken legal action against the homeowner's association regarding an elevator he wants to install in his home.

Puerto Rico – HUD, PUERTO RICO CONDO ASSOCIATION REACH $1 MILLION DISCRIMINATION SETTLEMENT CALLING FOR EXTENSIVE REPAIRS

HUDNo.12-089HUD No. 12-089 Shantae Goodloe (202) 708-0685 FOR RELEASE Tuesday May 29, 2012 HUD, PUERTO RICO CONDO ASSOCIATION REACH $1 MILLION DISCRIMINATION SETTLEMENT CALLING FOR EXTENSIVE REPAIRS Inoperative elevators in high-rise towers harmed disabled resident WASHINGTON – The U.S.

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California – 84-year-old takes HOA to court over elevator

84-year-old takes HOA to court over elevatorHomeowners associations are good at keeping planned communities tidy, but they can quickly turn into a homeowner's worst nightmare. Take the case of David and Sheryl Perrin. In 1998 they bought their waterfront condo in the upscale Mai Kai Community on Bayside Drive in Newport Beach.

Florida – Palm Beach family sues HOA, wants better beach access for disabled son

Palm Beach family sues HOA, wants better beach access for disabled sonPALM BEACH, Fla. – A Palm Beach husband and wife are suing their own homeowners association, claiming that their disabled son does not have adequate access to the beach directly in front of the family’s home. The family has hired an attorney and an architect and also spent thousands of dollars to better access to the shoreline.

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Kentucky – Bill would make homeowners associations comply with disabilities act

Bill would make homeowners associations comply with disabilities act | Local News | Kentucky.comBy Beth Musgrave and Josh Kegley – bmusgrave@herald-leader.com, jkegley@herald-leader.com Posted: 12:00am on Dec 21, 2011; Modified: 10:15am on Dec 21, 2011 FRANKFORT – A state legislator plans to file legislation that would make homeowners associations comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act.