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Policy equally segregating use of facilities does not violate NJLAD.

April 1, 2018
Curto v. A Country Place Condo. Ass’n, 2018 U. S. Dist. Lexis 15394 (D.N.J. Jan. 31, 2018)

The plaintiffs claimed discrimination under the NJLAD after the condominium association adopted pool rules segregating its use based upon gender at certain time periods and in response to 80% of the units in the association being owned by members who were orthodox Jews. In dismissing the complaint, District Judge Martinotti held that the association’s actions were not discriminatory under the NJLAD since they affected both genders equally.


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