If, at the time of application or renewal, the residents have a child less than six months old and such child would cause the owner’s maximum to be exceeded, can the owner refuse to lease on that basis?

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  • If, at the time of application or renewal, the residents have a child less than six months old and such child would cause the owner’s maximum to be exceeded, can the owner refuse to lease on that basis?

No. However, if an owner leases to residents whose newborn is older than six months at the time of application or renewal and the owner’s maximum is exceeded because of such newborn, the owner must treat all other new and renewal residents the same, as a general rule.

Source: TAR

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