GROW YOUR PRACTICE

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FAIR CHANCE: NEW REQUIREMENTS OF LAW AGAINST DISCRIMINATION 

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Our panel of local attorneys will be joined by a representative from the New Jersey Division on Civil Rights to explore and explain the NJ Law Against Discrimination (LAD) and the Fair Chance in Housing Act (FCHA) which became effective on January 1, 2022.

The discussion will include how this law effects not only housing providers but also consumers in our local area and the impact on the day-to-day practices of real estate professionals including how the law effects advertising and marketing properties, particularly rentals.  

The session will conclude with a Q&A with the panel responding to audience questions regarding the law.


This is your opportunity to grow in your expertise about the Law Against Discrimination and important new legislation. Elevate your real estate practice and earn free continuing education credits. 

(NJ REC Core CE Approval Pending)

Join us for this FREE EVENT Wednesday, May 4th at Navesink Country Club.

Doors open at 9:00 a.m. (continental breakfast provided)  First session starts at 9:30 a.m. 

MEET THE PANEL

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AMY

BURR

ATTORNEY

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ANDREW

KRANTZ

ATTORNEY

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PASQUALE

MENNA

ATTORNEY

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OFFICE OF THE

ATTORNEY GENERAL

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FAIR CHANCE HOUSING ACT

New Jersey is the first state to pass a law ensuring the most criminal history records cannot be used to exclude individuals from housing. The law was signed on Juneteeth 2021, and it went into effective practice as of January 2022. The FCHA defines housing providers as landlords, owners, lessors, sub-lessors, assignees, or their agents.  As Realtors, it is our duty to our clients to be well-informed about this important new law.

ADDITIONAL SESSION INFORMATION