Discrimination in an HOA


I personally have applied twice to volunteer to serve on our communities ACC (Architectural Control Committee) twice. I was denied (voted against) to serve both times. Since then there have been 3 others that have also been denied and one individual just “fired” from the committee without justifiable cause.

I am a 50 year old woman, the other individuals who were denied: One Jewish man, one gay man and another white woman in her 50’s. The woman “fired” from the committee is a German, American woman also in her 50″s.

Is there anyway to file for discrimination? If so, how?

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Posted by Anonymous
Asked on February 12, 2020 11:23 am
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Can an HOA be sued for discrimination? Yes.

If you think that you are being discriminated against an you are a member of a protected class, you should consider contacting our attorneys to discuss your rights, remedies, potential damages, concerns, desired results, the law, the process, how we can help, etc. Just call 303-688-0944 to schedule a free case assessment.

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Posted by donald@robinsonandhenry.com (Questions: 0, Answers: 282)
Answered on February 12, 2020 1:24 pm