Reyes v. Waples Mobile Home Park LP (P)

Based on statistical evidence that 64 percent of Virginia’s undocumented population is ethnically Latino, families suing a mobile-home park for requiring proof of legal immigration status sufficiently alleged that the policy had a disparate impact on Latinos. The district court erred in holding otherwise and in inserting plaintiffs’ actual immigration status into the Fair Housing Act’s disparate-impact analysis. Judge Keenan dissented.

Reyes v. Waples Mobile Home Park LP (P), No. 17-1723, Sept. 12, 2018. 4th Cir. (Floyd) from EDVA at Alexandria (Ellis).



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