Owner Must Provide Information Needed to Process Resident's Section 8 Application

March 20, 2011
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Facts: A resident sued the owner to force the owner to accept the resident's Section 8 subsidy. The resident claimed that the owner refused to sign a lead paint disclosure form, which the local housing authority needed to process the resident's Section 8 benefit application. The owner claimed that it gave the resident a lead paint disclosure certification when the resident moved in and wasn't required to provide any further lead paint notice. The court ruled for the resident, and the owner appealed.

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