Attorney General Wins Fair Housing Act Case Against Putman County Landlord and...

Attorney General Wins Fair Housing Act Case Against Putman County Landlord and Rental Agent

December 6, 2011 – (RealEstateRama) — A Putnam County Superior Court judge has ruled that Roy Embry and Rhonda Tuttle, both of Eatonton, Georgia, violated Georgia’s Fair Housing Act (GFHA) by refusing to rent to an interracial couple.

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