FLORIDA – North Palm Beach condo sued for kicking out family after twins born
ccfj.net: North Palm Beach condo sued for kicking out family after twins born
Article Courtesy of The Palm Beach Post
By Jane MusgraveMay 13, 2014
WEST PALM BEACH — The birth of twins was supposed to be a joyous occasion for Adam and Amira Beck. Instead, the North Palm Beach couple was told that having the extra children put them in violation of the rules at the Royale Harbour condominium complex and that they would have to move out. Calling the condo association’s action an “outrageous” violation of federal housing laws, the Fair Housing Center of the Greater Palm Beaches this week sued the condo board and its management company. “It’s an outrage that 46 years after the federal Fair Housing Act was signed into law that we still see this kind of discrimination,” said Vince Larkins, president and CEO of the nonprofit group.
Condo association officials weren’t immediately available for comment. Miami Management, which oversees the condo, declined comment. Read more: