Refusing children
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Rigsby_370
Rigsby_370
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13 years ago
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Will I get done for discrimination if I advertise a small second floor flat as unsuitable for children? I can only imagine problems even if there was one adult with a baby crying and upsetting the neighbours. There would also be a bigger fire risk.

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