Landlord Can't Evict Tenant Who Became Pregnant

LVT Number: #24716

Landlord, which operated Section 8 SRO housing for homeless individuals, sued to evict tenant after she had a baby. The housing units were intended for occupancy by one person, and tenant had signed an agreement after she became pregnant stating that she would move out after giving birth. The court ruled against landlord and dismissed the case. The unit wasn't an actual SRO room but a small apartment. And none of the applicable laws and government contracts barred children from living in the building.

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