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Domestic Violence and Public and Subsidized Housing: Addressing the Needs of Battered Tenants Through Local Housing Policy

The piece provides information on the connection between homelessness and domestic violence and the shortage of affordable housing. The piece walks readers through the applicable sections of HUD's 2003 Public Housing Occupancy Guidebook domestic violence chapter and its applicability to various barriers and challenges survivors face with public housing.
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Early Lease Termination by Battered Tenant

The article also covers advocacy strategies, both through negotiation and litigation, in the absence of specific federal, state, and local laws covering survivors. The scope of the article includes private housing as well as leases in public and subsidized housing. Advocates may find this article useful for understanding what legal strategies may be employed by lawyers attempting to assist survivors with penalty-free, expedited, early lease termination.