Evicted! April 21, 2017 A tenant with a mentally disabled child alleged that her landlord discriminated against her on the basis of her association with this disability. She was served with an eviction notice two days after there was an incident involving her child but that more severe incidents involving non-disabled tenants did not result in eviction notices. Complainant moved shortly after receiving this eviction notice. The parties reached a predetermination settlement in which the landlord agreed to waive all damage claims against the tenant (estimated at $2,700 including rent, utilities, and cleaning fee). The landlord also agreed to dismiss any pending eviction claims against this tenant.