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No one may deny the sale of housing to anyone based on race, color, national origin, religion, sex, familial status, or ________.

handicap

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In the housing for older persons exemption, "55+" means _______ % of the occupied units house at least one person who is 55 or older.

80

2

A Housing Discrimination violation can be filed with HUD within _____ year of an alleged violation.

one

3

If an access violation is found, the violator/respondent can be ordered to make ________ changes to make housing facilities available to mobility impaired persons.

structural

4

Exceptions to the advertising laws include housing for older persons, private club and ________.

religious shared housing

5

The U.S. Department of Justice's Testing Program's primary focus is to identify unlawful housing discrimination based on race, national origin, _______, or familial status.

disability

6

A religious community or private club may restrict tenancy to its members as long as membership is not restricted based upon race, ______, or national origin, and may advertise accordingly.

color

7

Besides those classes protected by Federal Fair Housing laws persons in Minnesota cannot be discriminated against in housing based on creed, _______, public assistance status, sexual orientation.

marital status

8

The US Dept. of Justice's Testing Program's primary focus is to identify unlawful housing discrimination based on race, national origin, disability or __________.

familial status

9

A "pattern" or "________" means that the defendant has a policy of discrimination even if the policy is not always followed.

practice

10

A religious community or private club may restrict tenancy to its members as long as membership is not restricted based upon race, color, or ______ and may advertise accordingly.

national origin

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_______ occurs when based on one or a few experiences with members of a certain class or group, a person forms fixed universalized expectations about the nature or behavior of that group, leading to harmful presuppositions.

Generalization

12

Besides those classes protected by Federal Fair Housing laws, persons in Minnesota cannot be discriminated against in housing based on creed, marital status, ________, sexual orientation.

public assistance status

13

True or False:
If a violation is found the case will ALWAYS go to the Federal District Court, where there is liability for unlimited punitive damages and loss of the professional real estate license.

False

14

If a housing discrimination violation is found the violator/respondent can be ordered a maximum penalty of $______ for a first violation and up to $50,000 for a third violation within seven years.

$10,000

15

The courts have held that the _______ has discretion to decide what constitutes an issue of "general public importance" and the courts will not second-guess that decision.

Attorney General

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Besides those classes protected by Federal Fair Housing laws, persons in Minnesota cannot be discriminated against in housing based on ______, marital status, public assistance status, sexual orientation.

creed ny6