Pennsylvania Fair Housing Poster
The Fair Housing is a labor law posters poster by the Pennsylvania Department Of Labor & Industry. This poster is mandatory for some employers, including employers that rent or sell homes.
This poster must be posted in a conspicuous place where all potential renters and home owners can see it in any place that rents or sells homes. This poster discusses the rights that potential renters and homeowners have to not be discriminated against, how potential renters and homeowners can file a complaint if they feel discriminated against and where to get further information on this issue.
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FAIR HOUSING PRACTICES ARE GUARANTEED BY THE PENNSYLVANIA HUMAN RELATIONS ACT WARNING: Removing, defacing, covering up or destroying this notice is a violation of the Pennsylvania Crimes Code and may subject you to fine or imprisonment. For further information, write, phone or visit the Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission: Executive Offices: 333 Market Street, 8th Floor · Harrisburg, PA 171 26 (717) 787-4410 · (717) 787- 7279 (TTY) or visit us at www .phrc.state.pa.us COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA HUMAN RELATIONS COMMISSION To file a complaint, contact the Regional Office nearest you: Pittsburgh 301 5th Ave., Suite 390 Piatt Place Pittsburgh, PA 15222 (412) 565-5395 (412) 565-5711 (TTY) Harrisburg 333 Market Street, 8th Floor Harrisburg, PA 17126 (717) 787-9780 (717) 787-7279 (TTY) RACE, RELIGION, ANCESTRY, DISABILITY, AGE, COLOR, SEX, NATIONAL ORIGIN OR FAMILIAL STATUS According to this Act it is unlawful, because of any person’s: TO: refuse to sell, lease, finance or otherwise withhold housing or commercial property, or discriminate in the terms or conditions of selling, leasing, financing, or in providing facilities, services or privileges in connection with the ownership, occupancy or use of any housing or commercial property, or print or otherwise circulate any statement indicating a preference or limitation, or make any inquiry or record in connection with the sale, lease or financing of any housing or commercial property OR, BECAUSE OF: any person’s use of a guide or support animal due to blindness, deafness or physical disability or because the user is a handler or trainer of such animals, or the disability of an individual with whom the person is known to have a relationship or association TO: refuse to lease or finance, or discriminate in the terms of selling or leasing, or in providing facilities, services or privileges in connection with the ownership, occupancy or use of any housing or commercial property, or print or otherwise circulate any statement indicating a preference or limitation, or make any inquiry or record in connection with the lease of any housing or commercial property, engage in practices which attempt to induce the listing, sale or other transaction, or discourage the purchase or lease of housing or commercial property by making direct or indirect references to the present or future composition of the neighborhood in which such a facility is located with respect to race, color, religion, sex, ancestry, national origin, disability or guide or support animal dependency, age or familial status. IT IS ALSO UNLAWFUL FOR: any person to retaliate against an individual because the individual has filed a complaint with the Commission, or has otherwise participated in any Commission proceeding, or for any person to aid or abet any unlawful discriminatory practice under the Human Relations Act. Complaints must be filed within 180 days of the alleged act of discrimination. Prominent posting of this notice in a well-lighted, easily accessible place in the office, model home, sample apartment or other places of business where negotiations or agreements are customarily made for the renting or purchasing of housing accommodations is required under the Pennsylvania Human Relations Act (Act of October 27, 1995, P.L. 744, as amended).
Other Pennsylvania Labor Law Posters 4 PDFS
There are an additional seventeen optional and mandatory Pennsylvania labor law posters that may be relevant to your business. Be sure to also print all relevant state labor law posters, as well as all mandatory federal labor law posters.
- Original poster PDF http://www.phrc.pa.gov/About-Us/Publications/Documents/Required%20Posters/Fair%20Housing.pdf , updated April 2017
- Pennsylvania Labor Law Posters at http://www.dli.pa.gov/Pages/Mandatory-Postings.aspx
- Pennsylvania Department Of Labor & Industry
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