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In cases tried before a HUD Administrative Law Judge, civil penalties of up to $16,000 for a first violation, increasing to $65,000 for third violations, may be imposed. In cases brought by the Justice Department, the civil penalties can be up to $150,000.
There are seven protected classes in the Act. Housing discrimination is prohibited based on: race; national origin; sex; religion; color; disability; and familial status. For cooperative housing developments it is important that they understand and follow the Fair Housing Act laws.
It is illegal discrimination to take any of the following actions because of race, color, religion, sex (including gender identity and sexual orientation), disability, familial status, or national origin: Refuse to rent or sell housing. Refuse to negotiate for housing. Otherwise make housing unavailable.
76-1437(2). Notice to Terminate Tenancy Week-to-Week Lease: Seven days prior to the termination date that is specified in the notice. 76-1437(1). Notice of Termination for Nonpayment: Three-days written notice.
Civil penalties may be levied up to $16,000 for the first violation, or $65,000 if there were two or more cases of discrimination up to seven years prior to the present case. In cases where the DOJ is involved, the fine for civil penalties can go up to $100,000.
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There are seven protected classes in the Act. Housing discrimination is prohibited based on: race; national origin; sex; religion; color; disability; and familial status. For cooperative housing developments it is important that they understand and follow the Fair Housing Act laws.
If your landlord wants to end your periodic tenancy, they usually have to give you 90 days notice. In some cases, your landlord only has to give you 42 days notice.
Legal eviction in Nebraska must be accomplished through a civil court lawsuit of forcible entry and detainer filed by the plaintiff/landlord versus the tenant that is to be evicted.
Civil penalties may be levied up to $16,000 for the first violation, or $65,000 if there were two or more cases of discrimination up to seven years prior to the present case. In cases where the DOJ is involved, the fine for civil penalties can go up to $100,000.
(2) If rent is unpaid when due and the tenant fails to pay rent within seven calendar days after written notice by the landlord of nonpayment and his or her intention to terminate the rental agreement if the rent is not paid within that period of time, the landlord may terminate the rental agreement.

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