StlSluggers wrote:bigh0rt wrote:Madison wrote:I'd just go somewhere else as I wouldn't want to live there after a lawsuit, and having to bring a lawsuit should tell you what kind of place/people you're dealing with. Plus the money damages most likely would be minimal and not worth the time and effort.
Unless of course you're in a highly crowded area and just finding roof over your head is close to impossible.
There's your answer right there. Spot on.
And just let the guy keep discriminating? When does this guy actually learn that he's doing something wrong? Leaving only encourages him to discriminate more.
Because it's 1 guy and not worth the effort. Sure, it would be nice to take him down if he deserves it, and I say if as I have nothing to base it on at the moment.
At the same time though, it's not going to be cost effective and there's nothing really to gain from it other than patting yourself on the back for telling one guy he can't rent something he owns to whoever he chooses to, and that he's not allowed to make a judgement call on something that he owns of large value. I shrug my shoulders as that really has no teeth, and doesn't make a lot of sense that anyone would force him to rent something he owns to just anyone and he has no say in who winds up with it.