NYCHA didn't discriminate against tenant's son #24322.

Position:PASSING ON APARTMENTS
 
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Tenant's son, who was African-American and disabled, sued landlord NYCHA for housing discrimination after NYCHA denied him succession rights to tenant's apartment. The son lived with tenant until 1976. Tenant remained in the apartment until her death in 2007. The son claimed that he had lived again with tenant since 1997. But NYCHA found that he never became part of tenant's household for purposes of NYCHA's remaining family member policy, and the son admitted that he was never listed as an apartment occupant. The...

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