All tenants have basic rights in finding a home to rent, including the freedom from discrimination and harassment.
When applying to rent housing, an applicant has the right to be free from discrimination of all types, including that based on race, national origin, familial status (having children), gender, disability or religion.
Once you have found a home, you have the right to be free from discrimination in the amount of rent you pay and in the other terms and conditions of your tenancy. State and Federal laws also prohibit harassment.
At Sundeen & Salinas, we are committed to protecting your rights as a tenant or housing applicant, including the following:
- Your right to be free from discrimination and harassment of all types, including race discrimination, disability discrimination and sexual harassment;
- Your right to be free from wrongful eviction; and
- Your right to be free from retaliation for complaining to or about your landlord;
We have represented clients in lawsuits against all types of landlords, large and small.
Getting Legal Help with a Housing Rights Issue
If you feel that your rights as a tenant or housing applicant have been violated, it may be in your best interest to talk to an experienced housing rights attorney who will explain your options and protect your legal rights.