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Mortgage Foreclosure In Buckhead, Terika L. Haynes 2015 Dr. Terika L. Haynes

Mortgage Foreclosure In Buckhead, Terika L. Haynes

Terika L Haynes

The purpose of the quantitative ex post facto study was to determine whether a relationship exists between home occupancy type, purchase price, residency duration, and the incidence of mortgage foreclosure of homeowners residing in single-family residential homes in the eight zip codes (30305, 30309, 30318, 30319, 30324, 30326, 30327, and 30342) within the Buckhead community, a high-income community located in Atlanta, Georgia. The possible relationships were explored and evaluated by conducting an archival analysis to examine the Georgia Public Notice Statewide Database of public foreclosure records, Fulton County Property Assessor records, and Fulton County tax data for 2009. The occupancy ...


What’S Hud Got To Do With It?: How Hud’S Disparate Impact Rule May Save The Fair Housing Act’S Disparate Impact Standard, William F. Fuller 2015 Fordham University School of Law

What’S Hud Got To Do With It?: How Hud’S Disparate Impact Rule May Save The Fair Housing Act’S Disparate Impact Standard, William F. Fuller

Fordham Law Review

Since 2011, the U.S. Supreme Court has granted certiorari three times on the question of whether disparate impact liability is cognizable under the Fair Housing Act (FHA). The first two times, the parties settled. The question is before the Court once again in Texas Department of Housing & Community Affairs v. Inclusive Communities Project, Inc., and this time the parties seem unlikely to settle.

Disparate impact liability in the civil rights context entails liability for actions that have a discriminatory effect, regardless of an actor’s motive. Under the FHA, this can translate into liability for actions that make housing ...


A Guide To New York State Commercial Landlord-Tenant Law And Procedure—Part Ii, Gerald Lebovits 2015 Columbia, Fordham & NYU Law Schools

A Guide To New York State Commercial Landlord-Tenant Law And Procedure—Part Ii, Gerald Lebovits

Gerald Lebovits

No abstract provided.


Economic Hazards Of Environmental Justice For Lower-Income Housing Tenants, Anu Paulose 2015 College of William & Mary Law School

Economic Hazards Of Environmental Justice For Lower-Income Housing Tenants, Anu Paulose

William & Mary Environmental Law and Policy Review

No abstract provided.


A Guide To New York State Commercial Landlord-Tenant Law And Procedure—Part I, Gerald Lebovits 2015 Columbia, Fordham & NYU Law Schools

A Guide To New York State Commercial Landlord-Tenant Law And Procedure—Part I, Gerald Lebovits

Gerald Lebovits

No abstract provided.


For Goodness’ Sake: A Two-Part Proposal For Remedying The U.S. Charity/Justice Imbalance, Fran Quigley 2015 Indiana University --Indianapolis

For Goodness’ Sake: A Two-Part Proposal For Remedying The U.S. Charity/Justice Imbalance, Fran Quigley

Fran Quigley

The U.S. approach to addressing economic and social needs strongly favors individual and corporate charity over the establishment and enforcement of economic and social rights. This charity/justice imbalance has a severely negative impact on the nation’s poor, who despite the overall U.S. wealth struggle with inadequate access to healthcare, housing, and nutrition. This article suggests a two-part approach for remedying the charity/justice imbalance in the U.S.: First, the U.S. should eliminate the charitable tax deduction, a policy creation that does not effectively address economic and social needs, forces an inequitable poverty relief and ...


Mi Casa Es Su Casa: The Benefits Of A Hud Mediation Program For Resolving Housing Accommodation Or Modification Disputes Between Landlords And Tenants With Disabilities, Adam Knobler 2015 Pepperdine University

Mi Casa Es Su Casa: The Benefits Of A Hud Mediation Program For Resolving Housing Accommodation Or Modification Disputes Between Landlords And Tenants With Disabilities, Adam Knobler

Pepperdine Law Review

After first providing a background on federal housing laws that prohibit discrimination based on disability, this article then proceeds to describe and analyze the remedies available to tenants who have experienced disability discrimination. The article concludes that, not only are such remedies as filing a complaint or pursuing litigation difficult and time-consuming, they could also damage the long-term relationship between the parties and preclude the possibility of creative remedies that satisfy the needs of both parties. The article finishes by proposing that HUD develop an agency-wide mediation program based on the model of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) mediation ...


Shut Up: Pay More: This What You Voted For. Why You Don't See Me At San Francisco's Hall Of Justice, David D. Butler 2015 David D.Butler, PLC, Lawyer

Shut Up: Pay More: This What You Voted For. Why You Don't See Me At San Francisco's Hall Of Justice, David D. Butler

David D. Butler

Urban violence, much of it politically motivated, has driven the taxpaying Middle Class into the suburbs. This has left only the tax eating poor and the tax avoiding rich in the big cities. This has resulted in urban bankruptcy in Detroit and even in California with its gifts of the technological Gold Rush, the Pacific Ocean, and the Sierra Nevada and Santa Lucia Mountains. The poor are more issolated than ever confined to the functional equivalent of no go zones. They speak a differenct language, dress differently, and sell drugs until they are caught and caged, providing good pay and ...


What Loss Mitigation Taught Us About Housing Finance Reform, Patricia McCoy 2015 Boston College Law School

What Loss Mitigation Taught Us About Housing Finance Reform, Patricia Mccoy

Boston College Law School Faculty Papers

This blog post describes the implications of the recent US loss mitigation experience for housing reform.


Arrests As Regulation, Eisha Jain 2015 Georgetown University Law Center

Arrests As Regulation, Eisha Jain

Georgetown Law Faculty Publications and Other Works

For some arrested individuals, the most important consequences of their arrest arise outside the criminal justice system. Arrests alone—regardless of whether they result in conviction—can lead to a range of consequences, including deportation, eviction, license suspension, custody disruption, or adverse employment actions. But even as courts, scholars, and others have drawn needed attention to the civil consequences of criminal convictions, they have paid relatively little attention to the consequences of arrests in their own right. This article aims to fill that gap by providing an account of how arrests are systemically used outside the criminal justice system. Noncriminal ...


New York Residential Landlord-Tenant Law And Procedure—2014-2015 (7th Ed. 2015), Gerald Lebovits 2015 Columbia, Fordham & NYU Law Schools

New York Residential Landlord-Tenant Law And Procedure—2014-2015 (7th Ed. 2015), Gerald Lebovits

Gerald Lebovits

No abstract provided.


Supreme Court, New York County, Robinson V. Finkel, Denise Shanley 2014 Touro College Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center

Supreme Court, New York County, Robinson V. Finkel, Denise Shanley

Touro Law Review

No abstract provided.


Section 1983 Cases In The October 2004 Term, Martin A. Schwartz 2014 Touro Law School

Section 1983 Cases In The October 2004 Term, Martin A. Schwartz

Touro Law Review

No abstract provided.


Shadowed By The Shadow Inventory: A Newark, New Jersey, Case Study Of Stalled Foreclosures And Their Consequences, Linda E. Fisher 2014 Seton Hall Law School

Shadowed By The Shadow Inventory: A Newark, New Jersey, Case Study Of Stalled Foreclosures And Their Consequences, Linda E. Fisher

UC Irvine Law Review

No abstract provided.


How Should The Law Treat Roommate Relationships? A Tale Of Two Cases, Tim Iglesias 2014 University of San Francisco, School of Law

How Should The Law Treat Roommate Relationships? A Tale Of Two Cases, Tim Iglesias

Tim Iglesias

The law of roommates is an important but underdeveloped area of landlord-tenant law. Two recent cases, Fair Hous. Council v. Roommate.com, 666 F.3d 1216 (9th Cir. 2012) and Mercury Cas. Co. v. Chu, 229 CA4th 1432 (2014), offer contrasting approaches. This article explores the issues, reviews the cases and favors the Mercury court's approach.


The Promises And Pitfalls Of Micro-Housing, Tim Iglesias 2014 University of San Francisco, School of Law

The Promises And Pitfalls Of Micro-Housing, Tim Iglesias

Tim Iglesias

This is a primer on the new and growing phenomenon of micro-housing. It defines micro-housing, discusses policy arguments and outlines regulatory issues.


How Are Local Governments Responding To Student Rental Problems In University Towns In The United States, Canada, And England?, Jack S. Frierson 2014 University of Georgia School of Law

How Are Local Governments Responding To Student Rental Problems In University Towns In The United States, Canada, And England?, Jack S. Frierson

Georgia Journal of International & Comparative Law

No abstract provided.


A Tightrope Over Both Your Houses: Ensuring Party Participation And Preserving Mediation's Core Values In Foreclosure Mediation, Heather Scheiwe Kulp 2014 Pepperdine University

A Tightrope Over Both Your Houses: Ensuring Party Participation And Preserving Mediation's Core Values In Foreclosure Mediation, Heather Scheiwe Kulp

Pepperdine Dispute Resolution Law Journal

The article focuses on the laws made for regulating the party's participation in preserving the principles of mediation for the resolution of disputes related to the foreclosure crisis. Topics discussed include the impact of the foreclosure crisis on the housing and domestic markets, the impact of foreclosures on the sales and price value of the houses and the impact of the foreclosure crisis on the economic conditions of the local communities.


Dwelling Together: Using Cooperative Housing To Abate The Affordable Housing Shortage In Canada And The United States, Jennifer Cohoon McScotts 2014 University of Georgia School of Law

Dwelling Together: Using Cooperative Housing To Abate The Affordable Housing Shortage In Canada And The United States, Jennifer Cohoon Mcscotts

Georgia Journal of International & Comparative Law

No abstract provided.


A Comparative Analysis Of Unconscious And Institutional Discrimination In The United States And Britain, Leland Ware 2014 University of Delaware

A Comparative Analysis Of Unconscious And Institutional Discrimination In The United States And Britain, Leland Ware

Georgia Journal of International & Comparative Law

No abstract provided.


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