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United States v. Trinity Villas, Inc. (M.D. Fla.)


 On July 9, 2015, the court entered a consent order in United States v. Trinity Villas, Inc. (M.D. Fla.). The complaint, filed on November 18, 2013, alleged that the defendants discriminated against an individual with a mobility impairment by refusing her request for a ground floor apartment unit as a reasonable accommodation for her disability in violation of Fair Housing Act. The consent decree requires the defendants to pay $9,000 in monetary damages to the complainant and provides for other injunctive relief. The case was referred to the Division after the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) received a complaint, conducted an investigation, and issued a charge of discrimination.

Case Open Date
Case Name
United States v. Trinity Villas, Inc. (M.D. Fla.)
  • Fair Housing Act
  • FHA
  • Debbie Crawford
  • disability
  • reasonable accommodation
  • HUD
  • election
  • 5:13-cv-00566-wth-prl
Industry Code(s)
  • None
Updated October 13, 2015