Administration Affirms Criminal Screening Can Violate Fair Housing Act November 11, 2016 In a filing in a New York lawsuit this month, the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) has reaffirmed the Administration’s position that some criminal screening policies used by housing providers create a disparate impact for minority applicants and are.
CFPB: We’re working to make new HMDA implementation easier The Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection (Bureau) is proposing. of mortgage loans, as well as mortgage loan applications that do not. The 2015 HMDA Rule implemented the new data points specified in. coverage and were designed to work in tandem with the institutional coverage thresholds.5% 30-year mortgage rates to come? Allstate sues JPMorgan Chase over sale of toxic RMBS Foti’s wide-ranging lawsuit, filed Wednesday in a state court in New Orleans, alleges that Allstate Insurance Co., State Farm Fire. "gave insurers an unjust advantage over policyholders. by.30-year mortgage rates set to fall to 4.5%. That’s stimulus you can believe in. new down payment and having to pay PMI again we will not come out ahead unless we stay in the house another 6 years after refinancing. Since we are planning on moving in 3-4 years it is not worth it for us. We would need a 4% or lower rate to make a refi save us.
New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman and attorneys general from 16 other states plan to request today that the U.S. Supreme Court uphold longstanding interpretations of the U.S. Fair Housing Act related to racial discrimination. Schneiderman and the others will appear in an amicus brief before the court to discuss the "disparate impact" claims to.
The U.S. Supreme Court is scheduled to hear arguments on January 21 on whether or not "disparate impact" claims are allowed under the Fair Housing Act of 1968. The case scheduled to be heard later.
NEW YORK–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Michael Nelson. Paul’s decision to withdraw its petition to have the Supreme Court grant certiorari in Magner v. Gallagher, which concerns whether disparate impact.
U.S. Supreme Court upholds disparate impact in monumental victory for fair housing. Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs lawsuit that the way the state housing agency awarded the federal housing tax credits in the Dallas area had a disparate racial impact, violating 3604 (a) and 3605 (a) of the Fair Housing Act (Civil Rights Act of 1968).
The New York Times reported. about to get even worse. The Supreme Court is set to decide Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs v. The Inclusive Communities Project, a landmark case.
More Baby Boomers abandon the American Dream Seniors are increasingly passing the pipe. About 9 percent of US adults between the ages of 50 and 64 have used marijuana at least once during the survey year, while 3 percent of those over 65.City council to vote on Richmond eminent domain proposal · The Richmond City Council voted 4 to 3 early Wednesday morning to continue pursuing the controversial plan, which could use the city’s power of eminent domain to force bondholders to sell.
New York Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman says he supports upholding disparate impact in the interpretation of the federal fair housing act. Last year, he led a coalition of 16 other states.
The U.S. Supreme Court is scheduled to begin hearing arguments on January 21 on whether or not "disparate impact" claims are allowed under the Fair Housing Act of 1968. For years, lower courts.