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February 17, 1992 | RICHARD LEE COLVIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A Van Nuys tenant-screening firm whose policies have spurred lawsuits and state legislation aimed at protecting renters from being unfairly denied housing is deliberately flouting the intent of the law, according to a state assemblyman and housing advocates. The aim of the law, which became effective Jan. 1, was to make it illegal for firms such as the U. D. Registry to continue reporting to landlords pending or dismissed eviction actions involving potential tenants.
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March 10, 1992 | RICHARD LEE COLVIN
Assemblyman Terry B. Friedman (D-Los Angeles) announced Monday that attorneys from two law firms serving low-income people will file a lawsuit against the U. D. Registry, a Van Nuys tenant screening agency that he has accused of illegally issuing misleading information on potential renters. A bill by Friedman, which took effect in January, prevents the U. D. Registry from reporting to landlords about pending or dismissed eviction actions.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 10, 1992 | RICHARD LEE COLVIN
Assemblyman Terry B. Friedman (D-Los Angeles) announced Monday that attorneys from two law firms serving low-income people will file a lawsuit against the U. D. Registry, a Van Nuys tenant screening agency that he has accused of illegally issuing misleading information on potential renters. A bill by Friedman, which took effect in January, prevents the U. D. Registry from reporting to landlords about pending or dismissed eviction actions.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 17, 1992 | RICHARD LEE COLVIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A Van Nuys tenant-screening firm whose policies have spurred lawsuits and state legislation aimed at protecting renters from being unfairly denied housing is deliberately flouting the intent of the law, according to a state assemblyman and housing advocates. The aim of the law, which became effective Jan. 1, was to make it illegal for firms such as the U. D. Registry to continue reporting to landlords pending or dismissed eviction actions involving potential tenants.
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