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FL: Lawsuit filed against Carrabelle RV Park

(Nov. 13, 2017) -- Ho-Hum RV Park is adults-only, but a lawsuit filed on Nov. 7 says banning children violates the U.S. Fair Housing Act.

CARRABELLE, Fla. — An RV park in Carrabelle is in hot water after a Maryland man files a lawsuit against the owner.

Ho-Hum RV Park is adults-only, but a lawsuit filed on Nov. 7  says banning children violates the U.S. Fair Housing Act.

The U.S. Fair Housing Act prevents people from being denied housing based on factors like race, religion, or family status.

Read the full story from WTXL.

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About Rebecca Smith

Rebecca Smith is a Wisconsin native currently living in Illinois with her husband, Eric, and two dogs, Maggie and Grace. She enjoys hiking, biking, kayaking and, of course, camping in cabins and park models.

3 comments

  1. Great to have an adults only CG during the busy seasons. We left one earlier this month when it would have made no difference as kids are back in school and most have winterized in that area. As a former real estate broker I’m well aware of Fair Housing Laws and how necessary they are. Hopefully the CG completes the required paperwork quickly. There are more than this clown that make a living filing these lawsuits. Most are not interested in the law or others, only making money.

  2. Why does a Fair Housing Law apply to RV’s that are not considered as full time housing but is just what it says it is, a recreational vehicle?

  3. The Fair Housing Law only applies if there are housing available. If people like that filing lawsuits and running business under the ground. There won’t be any businesses, which also means no jobs. Then the next thing that will happen since there isn’t money coming in for the government. They will change the laws.

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