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Housing Resource Bundles: Distributive Justice And Federal Low-Income Housing Policy, John J. Infranca May 2015

Housing Resource Bundles: Distributive Justice And Federal Low-Income Housing Policy, John J. Infranca

University of Richmond Law Review

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Please Check One--Male Or Female?: Confronting Gender Identity Discrimination In Collegiate Residential Life, Katherine A. Womack May 2010

Please Check One--Male Or Female?: Confronting Gender Identity Discrimination In Collegiate Residential Life, Katherine A. Womack

University of Richmond Law Review

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Barriers To Accessible Housing: Enforcement Issues In "Design And Construction" Cases Under The Fair Housing Act, Robert G. Schwemm Mar 2006

Barriers To Accessible Housing: Enforcement Issues In "Design And Construction" Cases Under The Fair Housing Act, Robert G. Schwemm

University of Richmond Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Kelo Threshold: Private Property And Public Use Reconsidered, Steven E. Buckingham May 2005

The Kelo Threshold: Private Property And Public Use Reconsidered, Steven E. Buckingham

University of Richmond Law Review

No abstract provided.


Real Estate And Land Use Law, John V. Cogbill Iii, D. Brennen Keene Nov 2002

Real Estate And Land Use Law, John V. Cogbill Iii, D. Brennen Keene

University of Richmond Law Review

No abstract provided.


Housing - Virginia Attacks Blockbusting Jan 1972

Housing - Virginia Attacks Blockbusting

University of Richmond Law Review

Discrimination in housing along racial, religious, ethnic, and class lines has long been a problem in the United States. The most widespread methods of housing discrimination have included preferential advertising, soliciting, and showings in housing sales and rentals. In recent years another type of discriminatory scheme, commonly referred to as blockbusting,' has surfaced. Blockbusting has been defined as "the practice of inducing owners of property to sell because of the actual or rumored advent into the neighborhood of a member of a racial, religious or ethnic group." Typically, the blockbuster preys upon the fears and prejudices of white property owners ...