Municipal Code, City Of Champaign

MUNICIPAL CODE
Chapter 17 HUMAN RIGHTS*

Chapter 17 HUMAN RIGHTS*

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*Editor’s note–Section 1 of Council Bill No. 94-167, adopted July 5, 1994,
amended Ch. 17, Arts. I–IX in its entirety to read as herein out. Former Ch. 17,
Arts. I–IX, §§ 17-1–17-5, 17-21, 17-36–17-41, 17-56, 17-57, 17-71–17-74, 17-86,
17-101–17-104, 17-121–17-126, 17-131–17-133, pertained to similar subject matter
and derived from Code 1975, §§ 13-1–13-30; C.B. No. 79-245, §§ 1–6, adopted
August 2, 1979 and C.B. No. 92-195, § 2, adopted July 7, 1992.

Cross reference(s)–Human Relation Commission, § 2-521 et seq.

State law reference(s)–Human rights, 775 ILCS 5/1-101 et seq.

__________Art. III.\Discrimination in Employment, §§ 17-36–17-55Art. VIII.\Public
Hearing, §§ 17-121–17-130

ARTICLE I. IN GENERAL

Sec. 17-1. Short title.

This chapter may be cited as the “Human Rights Ordinance.”

(C.B. No. 94-167, § 1, 7-5-94)

Sec. 17-2. Intent.

It is the intent of the City, in adopting this chapter, to secure an end, in the City, to
discrimination, including, but not limited to, discrimination by reason of age, color,
creed, family responsibilities, marital status, matriculation, national origin, personal
appearance, physical and mental disability, political affiliation, race, religion, sex,
sexual preference, prior arrest or conviction record or source of income or any other
discrimination based upon categorizing or classifying a person which is not based
upon factual data about the persons or group and is not related to the purpose for
which it is used.

(C.B. No. 94-167, § 1, 7-5-94)

Sec. 17-3. Definitions.

The following words and phrases, when used in this chapter, shall have the
meanings respectively ascribed to them in this article:

Age means the chronological age of a person who is at least eighteen (18) years
old or an emancipated minor, except where supervening law establishes a standard
which may not be expanded or reduced.

Bona fide occupational qualification means a qualification reasonably necessary to
the operation of a particular business.

Color means the tint of a person’s skin.

Commission means the Human Relations Commission.

Complainant means a person who believes that he or she has been aggrieved by a
violation of a provision of this chapter and files a complaint with the Commission or
Assistant for Community Relations.

Covered multi-family dwellings means buildings consisting of four (4) or more units
if such buildings have one or more elevators or ground floor units in other buildings
consisting of four (4) or more units.

Credit card means any instrument or device, whether known as a credit card, credit
plate, charge plate or any other name, issued with or without fee by any issuer for
the use of the cardholder in obtaining money, goods, services or anything else of
value on credit or in consideration or an undertaking or guaranty by the issuer of
the payment of a check drawn by the cardholder.

Credit transaction means any invitation to apply for credit, application for credit,
extension of credit or credit sale.

Creed means a formulation or system of religious faith.

Disability means a physical or mental impairment that substantially limits one or
more of the major life activities of such individual; a record of such impairment; or
being regarded as having such an impairment.

Discrimination; unlawful; illegal means any practice or act which is based wholly or
partially on or the perception of an individual based on race, color, creed, national
origin, religion, sex, age, marital status, physical or mental disability, personal
appearance, sexual preference, family responsibilities, matriculation, political
affiliation, prior arrest or conviction record or source of income unless such practice
or act is permitted as an exception in this Chapter of any individual.

Employee means any individual employed or seeking employment from an
employer.

Employer means any person who, for compensation, employs any individual
except for the employer’s parents, spouse or children; or who employs domestic
servants engaged in and about the employer’s household.

Employment agency means any person regularly undertaking or attempting, with or
without compensation, to procure employees for an employer or to procure for
employees the opportunity to work for an employer, including any agent of such
person.

Family responsibilities means the state of being, or the potential to become, a
contributor to the support of a person or persons in a dependent relationship,
irrespective of their number, including single parents.

Familial status means one or more individual (who have not attained the age of
eighteen (18) years) being domiciled with a parent or person having legal custody
of such individual or individuals; or the designee of such parent or other person
having such custody, with the written permission of such parent or other person.

Financial institution means any bank, credit union, insurance company, mortgage
banking company or savings and loan association which operates or has a place of
business in this City.

Forcible felony means treason, first degree murder, second degree murder,
aggravated criminal sexual assault, criminal sexual assault, robbery, burglary,
arson, kidnaping, aggravated battery resulting in great bodily harm or permanent
disability or disfigurement and any other felony which involves the use or threat of
physical force or violence against any individual.

Housing accommodation means any improved or unimproved real property, or part
thereof, which is used or occupied, or is intended, arranged or designed to be used
or occupied, as the home or residence of one or more individuals.

Human rights officer means the Assistant to the City Manager for Community
Relations or his or her designee.

Labor organization means any collective bargaining unit, committee, group,
association or plan in which employees participate directly or indirectly and which
exists for the purpose, in whole or in part, of dealing with an employer or employers
concerning grievances, labor disputes, wages, rates of pay, hours or other terms,
conditions or privileges of employment.

Lease includes sublease, assignment, rental, or providing the use of real property
for a fee, goods, services or anything of financial value, and includes any contract
to do any of the foregoing.

Loan means providing funds for:

(1) The purpose of purchasing, constructing, improving, repairing, or
maintaining a housing accommodation; or

(2) Any consumer, commercial or industrial purposes.

Marital status means the state of being married, separated, divorced, widowed or
single and the conditions associated therewith, including pregnancy or parenthood.

Matriculation means the condition of being enrolled in college or a university, or in a
business, nursing, professional, secretarial, technical or vocational school or an
adult educational program.

National origin means the place in which a person or one of his or her ancestors
was born.

Operator means any owner, lessee, proprietor, manager, superintendent, agent or
occupant of a place of public accommodation or an employee of any such person
or persons.

Owner means any person who holds legal or equitable title to, or owns any
beneficial interest in, any real property or who holds legal or equitable title to any
share of, or holds any beneficial interest in, any real estate cooperative which owns
any real property.

Person means one or more individuals, labor unions, employers, employment
agencies, partnership, associations, creditors, corporations, cooperatives, legal
representatives, government agency, trustees, owner, or any agent or
representative of any of the foregoing or any beneficiary of an Illinois Land Trust.

Personal appearance means the outward appearance of any person, irrespective of
sex, with regard to bodily condition or characteristics, such as weight, height,
facial features, or other aspects of appearance. It shall not relate, however, to the
requirement of cleanliness, uniforms, or prescribed attire, if and when such
requirement is uniformly applied for admittance to a public accommodation or to
employees in a business establishment for a reasonable business purpose.

Physical or mental disability means a physical, sensory or mental disablement,
including a controllable malady, which may be the result of injury, illness or
congenital condition, for which reasonable accommodation can be made.

Place of public accommodation means a business, accommodation, refreshment,
entertainment, recreation or transportation facility of any kind, whether licensed or
not, whose goods, services, facilities, privileges, advantages or accommodations
are extended, offered, sold or otherwise made available to the public, and includes
but is not limited to: inns, restaurants, eating houses, hotels, soda shops,
department stores, clothing stores, hat stores, shoe stores, bathrooms, restrooms,
theaters, skating rinks, public golf courses, public golf driving ranges, concerts,
cafes, bicycle rinks, elevators, ice cream parlors or rooms, railroads, omnibuses,
buses, stages, airplanes, street cars, boats, funeral hearses, crematories,
cemeteries, and public conveyances on land, water or air, public swimming pools,
retail establishments and other places of public accommodation and amusement.

Political affiliation means the state of belonging to or endorsing any political party
or organization or taking part in any activities of a political nature.

Race means a class or group of individuals involving a distinct physical type with
certain unchanging characteristics, such as color of skin.

Religion means all aspects of religious observance and practice, as well as belief,
except that with respect to employers, for the purposes of Article III, religion
includes all aspects of religious observance and practice, as well as belief, unless
an employer demonstrates that he or she is unable to reasonably accommodate
an employee’s or prospective employee’s religious observance without undue
hardship on the conduct of the employer’s business.

Real estate broker or salesperson means a person, whether licensed or not, who,
for or with the expectation of receiving a consideration, lists, sells, purchases,
exchanges, rents, or leases real property, or who negotiates or attempts to
negotiate any of these activities, or who holds himself or herself out as engaged in
these.

Real estate transaction means the sale, exchange, rental or lease of real property,
brokering or appraising of residential real property and the making or purchasing of
loans or providing other financial assistance for purchasing, constructing,
improving, repairing or maintaining a dwelling or other transaction secured by
residential real estate.

Real property means any real estate, vacant land, building or structure, tenement,
leasehold, interest in real estate cooperative, condominiums or any part thereof
within the City limits.

Respondent means a person alleged to be in violation of a provision of this chapter.

Sex means the state of being or becoming male or female or transsexual, or
pregnant.

Sexual harassment means any unwelcome sexual advances or requests for sexual
favors or any conduct of a sexual nature when (1) submission to such conduct is
made either explicitly or implicitly a term or condition of an individual’s
employment; (2) submission to or rejection of such conduct by an individual is
used as the basis for employment decisions affecting such individual; or (3) such
conduct has the purpose or effect of substantially interfering with an individual’s
work performance or creating an intimidating, hostile or offensive working
environment.

Sexual preference means male or female homosexuality, heterosexuality or
bisexuality, by preference or practice.

Source of income means the point or form of the origination of legal gains of
income accruing to a person or reductions in debt the person would otherwise
accrue in a stated period of time; from any occupation, profession or activity, from
any contract, agreement or settlement, from federal, state or local payments, court
ordered payments or from payments received as gifts, bequests, annuities or life
insurance policies.

Varying the terms of a loan means requiring a greater down payment than is usual
for the particular type of a loan involved, requiring a shorter period of amortization
than is usual for the particular type of loan involved, charging a higher interest rate
than is usual for the particular type of loan involved; or underappraising real estate
or other item of property offered as security.

(C.B. No. 94-167, § 1, 7-5-94)

Sec. 17-4. Exception–Business necessity.

Any practice or act of discrimination which would otherwise be prohibited by this
chapter shall not be deemed unlawful if it can be established that such practice or
act can be justified on the basis of being reasonably necessary to the normal
operation of the business or enterprise. However, a “business necessity” exception
shall not apply when based in whole or in part on the comparative of stereotypical
characteristics of one group as opposed to another or the preferences of
co-workers, employers’ customers or any other person.

(C.B. No. 94-167, § 1, 7-5-94)

Sec. 17-4.1. Same–Religious and political organization.

Nothing contained in the provisions of this chapter shall be construed to bar any
religious or political organization from giving preference to persons of the same
political or religious persuasion in the conduct of the organizations’ activities.

(C.B. No. 94-167, § 1, 7-5-94)

Sec. 17-4.2. Same–Other units of government.

The provisions of this chapter shall not apply to other units of government, including
the Federal government or any of its agencies, the State of Illinois and any other
political subdivision, municipal corporation or their agencies.

(C.B. No. 94-167, § 1, 7-5-94)

Sec. 17-4.3. Same–Beneficial discrimination.

It shall not be unlawful to accord differential treatment to any individuals when such
treatment is designed to promote the safety, health or welfare of individuals
because of their circumstances. Such practices may include but are not limited to
single sex bathrooms, homes for the aged, and senior citizen discounts.

(C.B. No. 94-167, § 1, 7-5-94)

Sec. 17-4.4. Same–Business necessity–Method of payment.

It shall not be unlawful to establish a method of payment policy based in whole or
in part on payment methods required by some sources of income if those payment
methods increase the cost of doing business, as compared to other methods or
payment accepted by the business. A method of payment policy shall not be
inconsistently applied based in whole or in part on factors otherwise prohibited or
utilize in whole or in part other prohibited factors as part of the policy unless
otherwise authorized by an exception to this chapter.

For purposes of this section, costs required to comply with building, safety and
other similar codes which are otherwise applicable regardless of the source of
payment of rent shall not be considered an increased cost of doing business.
Nominal costs incurred by a landlord, including but not limited to postage to send
in a voucher or similar payment for handling costs, when payment is promptly
received after presenting a voucher, shall not be a basis for a claim of increased
costs.

(C.B. No. 94-167, § 1, 7-5-94)

Sec. 17-4.5. Same–Same–Conviction.

Nothing in this chapter shall prohibit discrimination in the leasing of residential
property based upon a person’s record of convictions for a forcible felony or a felony
drug conviction or the conviction of the sale, manufacture or distribution of illegal
drugs or convictions which are based upon factors which would constitute one of
the categories of convictions listed above under Illinois law; provided, that the
conviction shall not be allowed to be the basis of discrimination if the person
convicted has resided outside of prison at least the last five (5) consecutive years
without being convicted of an offense involving the use of force or violence or the
illegal use, possession, distribution, sale or manufacture of drugs. This exception
is not a restriction on the use of conviction information for other necessary
business reasons.

This exception shall not be construed to authorize the use of conviction information
to achieve racial or ethnic discrimination or discrimination on the basis of a
disability or any other protected basis other than conviction and landlords are
encouraged to consider the rehabilitative efforts of individuals and the period since
the conviction and circumstances of the conviction when deciding to discriminate
on the basis of conviction information. The landlord is not relieved of any obligation
of making a reasonable accommodation for persons with disabilities by this
exception.

(C.B. No. 94-167, § 1, 7-5-94)

Sec. 17-5. Posting of notice.

Every person subject to this chapter shall post and keep in a conspicuous
location, where business or activity is customarily conducted or negotiated, a
notice provided by the City, whose form and language shall have been prepared by
the Human Rights Officer setting forth excerpts from, or summaries of, the
pertinent provisions of this chapter and information pertinent to the filing of a
complaint.

(C.B. No. 94-167, § 1, 7-5-94)

Secs. 17-6–17-20. Reserved.

ARTICLE II. DISCRIMINATION IN OPPORTUNITIES

Sec. 17-21. Discrimination prohibited.

(a) Every individual shall be afforded the opportunity to participate fully in
the economic, cultural and intellectual life that is available in the City, which
shall include but not be limited to opportunities in employment, housing,
places of public accommodation and credit or commercial transactions.

(b) It shall be unlawful to deny any of the foregoing opportunities based on
unlawful discrimination, except as specifically authorized by this Chapter.

(c) It shall be unlawful for any person to refuse to hire, to discharge, to evict
from housing or commercial space, to refuse to negotiate for, sell, exchange
or lease any real property or to include terms or conditions for such property,
to harass, intimidate, or in any other way retaliate or discriminate against, or
interfere with any individual because he/she has made a complaint, testified or
assisted in any proceeding under this chapter, whether on his or her own
behalf or for another individual.

(d) It shall be unlawful to retaliate against any person because that person,
reasonably and in good faith, has opposed any practice or act forbidden
herein, or because that person, reasonably and in good faith, has made a
charge, testified, or assisted in any investigation, proceeding or hearing.

(e) It shall be unlawful to compel or cause any person to engage in any of
the acts prohibited by this chapter.

(C.B. No. 94-167, § 1, 7-5-94)

Secs. 17-22–17-35. Reserved.

ARTICLE III. DISCRIMINATION IN EMPLOYMENT*

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*State law reference(s)–Human rights in employment, 7755/2-101 et seq.

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Sec. 17-36. Discrimination by an employer.

(a) It shall be unlawful for an employer to do any of the following acts based
upon unlawful discrimination;

(i) To refuse to hire, to segregate, or otherwise to act against such
person with respect to the hiring, selection, promotion, discharge,
discipline, training for apprenticeship in any trade or craft, tenure, terms, or
other conditions of employment;

(ii) Unless otherwise authorized by law, to inquire on a written
application whether a job applicant has ever been arrested; however,
nothing in this section shall be construed as preventing any employer from
inquiring in a written application whether an applicant has ever been
convicted of any offense which is job-related;

(iii) To engage in sexual harassment; provided that an employer shall be
responsible for sexual harassment of an employer’s employees for
non-employees or nonmanagerial or nonsupervisory employees only if the
employer becomes aware of the conduct and fails to take reasonable
corrective measures.

(b) Nothing in this section shall preclude an employer from hiring or
selecting between persons for any reason except for the unlawful practices
specifically prohibited herein, or a bona fide occupational qualification; nor
shall anything in this section preclude any employer from giving or acting on
the results of any ability test provided that such test, its administration or
action on the results is not designed, intended, or used for and does not have
the effect of unlawful discrimination.

(C.B. No. 94-167, § 1, 7-5-94)

Sec. 17-37. Discrimination by an employment agency.

It shall be unlawful for an employment agency to do any of the following acts based
on unlawful discrimination:

(1) For any employment agency to fail or refuse to classify properly,
accept applications, and register for employment referral or apprenticeship
referral, refer for employment, refer for apprenticeship, or to accept from
any person any job order, requisition, or request for referral of applications
for employment or apprenticeship on the basis of unlawful discrimination,
as a condition of referral, except for a bona fide occupational qualification;

(2) To inquire on a written application whether a job applicant has ever
been arrested; however, nothing in this section shall be construed as
preventing any employer from inquiring on a written application whether an
applicant has ever been convicted of any offense which is job-related;

(3) To engage in sexual harassment; provided that an employment
agency shall be responsible for sexual harassment of the agency’s
employees by nonemployees, or nonmanagerial or nonsupervisory
employees only if the employment agency becomes aware of the incident
and fails to take reasonable corrective measures.

(C.B. No. 94-167, § 1, 7-5-94)

Sec. 17-38. Discrimination by a labor organization.

It shall be unlawful for a labor organization to do any of the following acts based
upon unlawful discrimination:

(1) To limit, segregate, or classify its membership with respect to such
person, or to limit employment opportunities, selection and training for
apprenticeship in any trade or craft, or otherwise to take, or fail to take,
any action which affects adversely any person’s employment status, or
status as an applicant for employment or as an apprentice or as an
applicant for apprenticeship, or wages, tenure, hours of employment or
apprenticeship’s conditions;

(2) To inquire on a written application whether a job applicant has ever
been arrested; however, nothing in this section shall be construed as
preventing any employer from inquiring on a written application whether an
applicant has ever been convicted of any offense which is job-related;

(3) To engage in sexual harassment; provided that a labor organization
shall be responsible for sexual harassment of the labor organization’s
employees or members by nonemployees or nonmanagerial or
nonsupervisory employees only if the employment agency becomes aware
of the conduct and fails to take reasonable corrective measures.

(C.B. No. 94-167, § 1, 7-5-94)

Sec. 17-39. Discrimination by an employer, employment agency or labor
organization.

It shall be unlawful for an employer, employment agency or labor organization to do
any of the following acts for a reason based on unlawful discrimination: to exclude
any individual in admission to, or employment in, any program established to
provide apprenticeship or other training or retraining, including an on-the-job training
program; to place or accept an order or request for referrals, to print or publish,
cause to be printed or published, any notice or advertisement, or use any
publication form, relating to employment by such an employer, or to membership,
or any classification or referral for employment by such a labor organization or
employment agency, indicating any preference, limitation, specification or
distinction based on unlawful discrimination.

(C.B. No. 94-167, § 1, 7-5-94)

Sec. 17-40. Exceptions.

(a) It shall not be unlawful for an employer to observe the conditions of a
bona fide seniority system or a bona fide employee benefit system such as
retirement, pension or insurance plan which is not a subterfuge to evade the
purposes of this chapter, except that no such employee seniority system or
benefit plan shall excuse the failure to hire any individual.

(b) It shall not be unlawful for a notice or advertisement to indicate a
preference, limitation or specification where such factors are bona fide
occupational qualifications necessary for employment. Nor shall it be unlawful
for a person to request, accept an order for, refer or hire an individual based on
such a preference, limitation or specification where such factors are bona fide
occupational qualifications necessary for such employment.

(c) It shall not be unlawful for any person to develop a bona fide affirmative
action plan designed to overcome the effects of past discrimination and to
take action not otherwise prohibited by this Chapter or State or Federal law to
carry out any such affirmative action plan.

(C.B. No. 94-167, § 1, 7-5-94)

Secs. 17-41–17-55. Reserved.

ARTICLE IV. DISCRIMINATION IN PUBLIC ACCOMMODATIONS*

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*State law reference(s)–Human rights in public accommodations, 775 ILCS
5/5-101 et seq.

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Sec. 17-56. Discrimination in general.

It shall be unlawful to do any of the following acts based on unlawful discrimination:
to deny, directly or indirectly, or charge a higher price than the regular rate, for the
full and equal enjoyment of the goods, services, facilities, privileges, advantages
and accommodations of any place of public accommodation; to print, circulate,
post, mail, or otherwise cause, directly or indirectly, to be published a statement,
advertisement or sign which indicates that the full and equal enjoyment of the
goods, services, facilities, privileges, advantages or accommodations of a place of
public accommodation will be refused, withheld from or denied an individual; or that
an individual’s patronage of, or presence at, a place of public accommodation is
objectionable, unwelcome, unacceptable or undesirable.

(C.B. No. 94-167, § 1, 7-5-94)

Sec. 17-57. Exceptions.

(a) Nothing in this section shall apply to a private club or other
establishment not in fact open to the public, except to the extent that the
goods, services, facilities, privileges, advantages or accommodations of the
establishment are made available generally to the customers or patrons of the
establishment so long as membership in the club or establishment is not
based on color, national origin or race.

(b) It shall not be unlawful to discriminate on the basis of sex in the
provision of facilities which are distinctly private in nature, such as restrooms,
shower rooms, bath houses, health clubs or other similar facilities.

(C.B. No. 94-167, § 1, 7-5-94)

Sec. 17-58. Credit transactions.

(a) Loans. It shall be unlawful to do any of the following acts based on
unlawful discrimination: deny any person any of the services normally offered
by such an institution; provide any person with any service which is different
from, or provided in a different manner than, that which is provided to other
persons similarly situated; deny or vary the terms of a loan; deny or vary the
terms of a loan on the basis that a specific parcel of real estate offered as
security is located in a specific geographical area; deny or vary the terms of a
loan without having considered all of the regular and dependable income of
each person who would be liable for repayment of the loan; or utilize lending
standards that have no economic basis and which constitute unlawful
discrimination.

(b) Credit cards. Nothing contained in this article shall prohibit a financial
institution or a person who offers credit cards from making an inquiry of:

(1) The applicant’s age, permanent residence, immigration status, or
any additional information if such inquiry is for the purpose of determining
the amount and probable continuance of income levels;

(2) Credit history, or other pertinent element of credit-worthiness as
provided in regulations of the State of Illinois, using any empirically derived
credit system which considers age if such system is demonstrably and
statistically sound;

(3) Refusing to extend credit when required by or pursuant to any credit
assistance program expressly authorized by law for an economically
disadvantaged class of persons;

(4) Credit assistance program expressly authorized by a nonprofit
organization for its members of an economically disadvantaged class of
persons; or

(5) Special purpose credit program offered by a profit-making
organization to meet special social need which meets standards
prescribed by the State of Illinois in its regulations.

(C.B. No. 94-167, § 1, 7-5-94)

Sec. 17-59. Exceptions.

Nothing contained in this article shall prohibit a financial institution from
considering sound underwriting practices in contemplation of any loan to any
person. Such practice may include the following criteria:

(1) The willingness and the financial ability of the borrower to repay the
loan;

(2) The market value of any real estate or other item of property
proposed as security for any loan; or

(3) Diversification of the financial institution’s investment portfolio.

(C.B. No. 94-167, § 1, 7-5-94)

Sec. 17-60. Explanation of denial required.

It shall be an unlawful practice for any person to refuse, upon the written request of
an unsuccessful applicant for credit, to provide within a reasonable period of time
such an applicant with a written statement explaining the reason(s) for the denial,
refusal or restriction of the amount or use of credit.

(C.B. No. 94-167, § 1, 7-5-94)

Secs. 17-61–17-70. Reserved.

ARTICLE V. DISCRIMINATION IN HOUSING AND COMMERCIAL SPACE*

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*State law reference(s)–Human rights real estate transactions, 775 ILCS 5/3-101
et seq.

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Sec. 17-71. Discrimination in general.

It shall be unlawful to do any of the following acts based on unlawful discrimination:

(1) To refuse to engage in a real estate transaction or otherwise make
unavailable or deny a dwelling to a person including the making of loans or
the provision of other financial assistance for purchasing, constructing,
improving, repairing, or maintaining a dwelling; or the making of loans or
the provision of other financial assistance secured by residential real
estate;

(2) To alter the terms, conditions or privileges of a real estate
transaction or in the furnishing of facilities or services in connection
therewith;

(3) To refuse to receive or to fail to transmit a bona fide offer to engage
in a real estate transaction from a person;

(4) To refuse to negotiate for a real estate transaction with a person;

(5) To represent to a person that real property is not available for
inspection, sale, rental, or lease when in fact it is so available, or to fail to
bring a property listing to his or her attention, or to refuse to permit him or
her to inspect real property;

(6) To print, circulate, post, mail, publish or cause to be so published a
written or oral statement, advertisement or sign, or to use a form of
application for a real estate transaction, or to make a record or inquiry in
connection with a prospective real estate transaction, which expresses
any limitation or preference founded upon, or indicated, directly or
indirectly with an intent to engage in unlawful discrimination or
discrimination based on familial status;

(7) To offer, solicit, accept, use or retain a listing of real property with
knowledge that unlawful discrimination or discrimination on the basis of
familial status in a real estate transaction is intended;

(8) To deny a person access to, membership, or participation in the
multiple listing service, real estate brokers organization or other service;

(9) To refuse to sell or rent or to otherwise make unavailable or deny a
dwelling to any buyer or renter because of a disability of that buyer or
renter, or a disability of a person residing or intending to reside in that
dwelling after it is sold, rented or made available or a disability of any
person associated with the buyer or renter;

(10) To alter the terms, conditions, or privileges if sale or rental of a
dwelling or the provision of services or facilities in connection with such
dwelling because of a …