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Vol. 44, Issue 5

June 2014

The June Housing Law Bulletin describes and analyzes a federal circuit split concerning the exercise of rescission rights under the Truth in Lending Act (TILA). The issue also summarizes a recent HUD conciliation agreement reached with a housing provider to ensure deaf and hard of hearing individuals are not discriminated against on the rental housing market. Additionally, this issue includes tips for advocates seeking to encourage local housing authorities to increase Housing Choice Voucher spending, and explains why increased spending is so important. Additionally, the Bulletin features summaries of recent cases, regulations, and notices.


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  • Certiorari Granted in TILA Circuit Split: How Can Borrowers Rescind Their Mortgages?

    On April 28, 2014, the U.S. Supreme Court granted certiorari to the homeowner-petitioners in Jesinoski v. Countrywide Home Loans. The Court is expected to resolve a deepening circuit split that has developed since 2012 regarding borrower rescission rights under the Truth in Lending Act (TILA). The following article describes and assesses the framework behind the split.


  • HUD Reaches Conciliation Agreement on Behalf of Deaf and Hard of Hearing Applicants

    In May 2014, the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) announced a conciliation agreement reached on behalf of the National Fair Housing Alliance, the Austin Tenants’ Council, and the National Association of the Deaf, with housing provider Bell Partners, Inc. The agreement results from a HUD complaint filed by these advocacy organizations alleging that at least three Bell...


  • Advocating for Higher Voucher Spending with your Local PHA

    As a result of last year’s sequester that cut funding for the Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher Program, many public housing authorities (PHAs) implemented cost-saving measures that harmed tenants. Across the country, voucher participants experienced such programmatic changes as a reduction in payment standards and revised subsidy standards, forcing families to pay higher rents and putting...


  • June 2014 Cases, Notices, and Regulations

    This section includes summaries of recent housing cases, notices, and regulations.

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