Owners Get Borough to Halt Discriminatory Enforcement

Owners Get Borough to Halt Discriminatory Enforcement



Facts: Two rental apartment companies sued the Borough of Magnolia, N.J., to stop the Borough from enforcing its property rental ordinances in a manner that infringed on their rights under the Fair Housing Act.

In 2007, the Borough enacted Ordinance 11A, entitled “An Ordinance Creating Landlord Responsibilities,” which included among its provisions:

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