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December 08, 2015

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June 29, 2015

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August 31, 2014

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NHLA'sHousing Justice Project attorneys and paralegals promote equal access to housing for NHLA clients by working on preserving their housing. The HJP helps individuals and families who are either currently without shelter or are at imminent risk of becoming homeless.

The Housing Justice Project: handles cases such as

The Fair Housing Project investigates complaints of discrimination and assists people who are victims of housing discrimination.

NHLA also does community outreach to tenants, housing providers and social service agencies about tenants rights and general fair housing law, focusing on the rapidly growing minority, immigrant,and refugee communities in Manchester and Nashua. We are proud to work closely with local public and private organizations that assist these particularly vulnerable populations.

To determine your eligibility for services, we encourage you to call the New Hampshire Legal Assistance local branch office nearest you, or visit

The Fair Housing Project provides civil legal aid to assist clients with disabilities when they need to obtain accommodations in housing situations; defends clients facing unlawful evictions and files discrimination complaints with administrative agencies or in court, among other work.

In addition to individual representation, the Fair Housing Project engages in systemic advocacy by providing training throughout the state on fair housing topics and by advocating for changes in laws, ordinances and policies that have a negative impact on protected class members (based on race, color, national origin, religion, sex, familial status, disability, age, marital status, or sexual orientation).

For more about what the Fair Housing Project does and who is part of the team, click here.

To contact the Fair Housing Project, call 1-800-921-1115

NHLA advocates are also members of the Foreclosure Relief Project (FRP)incollaboration with theLegal Advice and Referral Center (LARC),and the NH Bar Association (NHBA).

Helping borrowers keep their homes saves them and their lenders money and protects the housing market and economy of New Hampshire. In 2013 and 2014, FRP advocates helped more than 1,700 borrowers either stay in their homes or exit gracefully and with a plan for their future. With funding, FRP anticipates being able to help 2,700 more borrowers in the next three years.

To reach someone at the Foreclosure Relief Project, call 1-877-399-9995.

Its been almost 50 years since the federal government passed the Fair Housing Act, to suppress racial segregation in housing and to promote integration and equal housing opportunities for all, particularly those who have historically been excluded.

New Hampshire Housing Finance Authority recently published its 2015 Update on barriers to Fair Housing in New Hampshire. The report was authored byour Fair Housing Project Director Chris Wellington who identified the barriers people in the state still face to fair access to housing. Anotable barrier is language access whether for Latinos in New Hampshires more diverse southern tier, or Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing people throughout the state.

New Hampshire is an opportunity state, Wellington wrote, with a low poverty rate, good schools, low unemployment, comparatively affordable housing, low crime rate, and high environmental health. (But even) with all its positive attributes, New Hampshire has not attracted much diversity.

In her report, she investigates the structural barriers to diversity in the state, both historic and modern, so that we may begin to overcome them. Former NHLA Housing Justice Project Director Dan Feltes, now a state senator from District 15, also authored a section of the report. NHLA Executive Director Lynne Parker served as the report's editor.

To learn more about how the disparate impact theory works to help vulnerable classes of people, click here.

NHLA work with the New Hampshire Foreclosure Relief Project featured in the Concord Monitor, January 3, 2016

The Johnsons very nearly lost their home, and with it, they say, their pride, dignity and sense of security, on top of a host of other emotions. But they didnt, thanks to the work of a motley assemblage of lawyers and housing experts, coalesced with help from the landmark 2012 settlement between the federal government, 49 states and the countrys five largest lenders.

Unlike some states that diverted their settlement portions to non-housing expenses, or others that distributed them directly to homeowners in need, New Hampshire chose to direct its windfall in a different direction: expanding and improving low-cost aid for struggling homeowners.

The initiative, known as the Foreclosure Relief Project, was launched in early 2013 and sponsored jointly by the Department of Justice, the Banking Department and the Housing Finance Authority. In the years since, it has helped hundreds of struggling New Hampshire homeowners stave off foreclosure, and hundreds more at least fight until the end, according to project officials.

It did so largely by more than doubling the number of full-time housing counselors in the state, from 5 to 12, and erecting a network of attorneys trained in federal and state foreclosure law.

What the funding has enabled us to do is to really have a battle plan, with real tools, said Stephanie Bray, the project director and a staff attorney with New Hampshire Legal Assistance. Click here to read more.

NHLA Fair Housing Project secures conciliation agreement for Deaf resident who alleged discrimination by Manchester Housing and Redevelopment Authority.

NHLAs client is a young Deaf man who moved into housing operated by MHRA in May 2014. During his application process, he faced discriminatory practices which continued into his tenancy. Initially, he tried advocating for himself but sought help from NHLA in March 2015. The discrimination included MHRAs failure to provide American Sign Language interpreters or adaptive intercom systems, fire alarms and smoke detectors. Click here to read more.

Housing advocacy in action: NHLA helps a disabled woman keep her public housing by stopping an eviction.

A single woman with disabilities, who lives in public housing, received a free mattress from a local charitable foundation. Unfortunately this mattress contained bed bugs. The client tried to comply with the housing authoritys request to replace many of her belongings which was extremely difficult for someone living on a very low fixed disability income and prepare her apartment for fumigation, but still the problem persisted. The housing authority took the position that the problem was not going away because the client was not doing enough to comply with their extermination plan. A NHLA attorney assisted this client by representing her at an administrative agency hearing with the housing authority and arguing that she had in fact done her utmost to comply and help alleviate the problem, and that exterminating bed bugs is an extremely difficult and long process and not a basis for eviction in this case. The housing authority agreed and stopped the eviction action against this woman and eventually the bed bug problem was alleviated in her apartment.

NHLA receives support from the following organizations for our Housing Justice Project:

Campaign for Legal ServicesCity of NashuaCity of PortsmouthIOLTA program of New Hampshire Bar FoundationNH Bureau of Housing and Homeless ServicesNH HousingUS Department of Housing and Urban Development

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Each female bed bug can lay about 200 eggs under favorable conditions of 70 degrees F and with regular feeding on blood. Three or four eggs are laid per day over two months and are coated with a sticky substance. Often eggs and eggshells are seen singly or in clusters in crevices where bed bugs hide. Eggs hatch in 6 to 17 days or 28 days under lower temperatures. Newly hatched bed bugs feed, when possible, and molt five times before maturity. In one year, there may be three or more generations.

When bed bugs bite, they inject a fluid into the skin that assists in obtaining blood. This fluid (salivary secretion) causes the skin to become irritated and inflamed, with welts developing. No evidence indicates they spread disease. Usually a full-grown bed bug becomes engorged with blood in three to five minutes and then crawls away to a hiding place to digest the meal. It returns to seek more blood when hungry. Adult bugs may go two to eight weeks without food, or even up to a year.

Bed bugs sometimes are serious pests in animal and poultry houses or in laboratories where rabbits, rats, guinea pigs or birds are kept. Initially bed bugs can be found about tufts, seams and folds of mattresses and day bed covers, later spreading to window and door casings, pictures, posters, loosened wallpaper, cracks in plaster, baseboards and partitions. They are spread in clothing and baggage, secondhand beds or furniture, bedding, laundry and furniture. They are found in old buildings, hotels, boarding houses, theaters and other dwellings.

Bat bugs are found in attics and unused chimneys infested with bats, and swallow bugs and chimney swift bugs in homes inhabited by wild birds. In Ohio, well over 95 percent of the specimens found are bat bugs rather than bed bugs. They feed on bat blood and are common where bats roost such as in unused chimneys, attics or other uninhabited portions of the house. Bat bugs wander away from the bat's roosting area when bats are controlled or when they leave the area. People and other animals are then bitten. Although bites are painless, some individuals are very sensitive, experiencing intense itching while others suffer little or no reaction. Bat bugs feed on all the common bats in Ohio, namely the big brown bat, little brown bat and silver haired bat. Bed bugs and their relatives apparently do not transmit human disease, but can cause nervous and digestive disorders in some individuals.

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Bed Bugs in New Hampshire & The Law | New Hampshire Legal Aid

This is a summary of bed bug law in NH.

If you need legal assistance regarding bedbugs,apply online. You can also call LARC, 1-800-639-5290.

Bed Bug Law HB 482, effective January 1, 2014.Summary:HB 482 will be effective Jan. 1, 2014. It clarifies landlord and tenant responsibilities during a bed bug infestation in rental property.

After report in tenants unit: Once a landlord becomes aware of a bed bug complaint in a tenants unit, he/she is allowed emergency entry into that unit for the next 72 hours .After report in adjacent unit: If there is a bed bug complaint from an adjacent unit, a landlord is allowed emergency entry into tenants unit. The landlord must give the tenant 48 hours notice.It is a violation for a tenant to willfully refuse emergency entry (contempt and contempt damages).

A landlord must provide the tenant with reasonable written instructions for preparing the unit for remediation. These instructions must be given to an adult 72 hours in advance of remediation.It is a violation for tenants to willfully refuse to comply with these instructions.Landlords can evict for failure of tenant to prepare the unit with advance reasonable written notice.However, landlords must allow for reasonable accommodation requests related to preparing the unit.

Landlords are required to pay up-front for all bed bug remediation costs.Landlords may recover costs for remediation in the tenants unit only, and only if tenant is considered responsible for the infestation.The tenant is presumed to be responsible if only his/her unit has bed bugs and there have no other bed bug reports in the unit or adjacent units in previous six (6) months.Landlords can evict responsible tenants for nonpayment, provided the landlord shows that he/she offered tenant a reasonable repayment agreement.

Read this Bed Bugs Guide to learn everything you would want to know about the insect and how to get rid of them.

Read this article to learn how best to choose a professional company to remove bed bugs.

HUD Notice 2012-5 & EPA/CDC Joint Statement on Bed Bug Control:

Apply for free help:Online or call 603-224-3333 or 1-800-639-5290

None of these 540-A violations directly result in statutory money damages, but contempt and contempt damages still a possibility.

If tenant is responsible and doesnt pay for cost in his/her unit, landlord can evict for nonpayment, but landlord must first show a reasonable repayment agreement was offered.Assumption tenant is responsible if the only tenant with bed bugs, and no other reports in last six (6) months.Other non-exhaustive factors for a court to consider to determine whether tenant is responsible: other locations of bed bugs; where first discovered; landlord efforts; and if tenant had bed bugs prior to moving in.

Landlord can evict for failure of tenant to prepare the unit with advance reasonable written notice.Compliance with prep: such instructions are given to an adult member of the tenant household such that the tenant household has a reasonable opportunity to comply, and in all cases at least 72 hours prior to remediation. RSA 540-A:3, V-c (emphasis added).Reasonable accommodation requests related to preparing your unit.Mental or physical disabilities apply.Reasonable accommodation requests can be made verbally.

Definition of remediation is substantial reduction of bed bugs for at least 60 days.Municipality housing codes on bed bugs must be no less protective than other housing codes dealing with other insects.

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This is a summary of bed bug law in NH. If you need legal assistance regarding bedbugs,apply online Continue reading

January 26, 2016 Tenants in Nashua New Hampshire, dont have to let bed bugs control their lives. To help prevent the spread of bed bugs in New Hampshire, new legislation concerning the management of bed bugs by landlords and tenants was enacted in 2013 and 2014. Continue reading

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A bedbug was reported at the school on May 23 and another was found two days later in another part of the school, said city Health Director Tim Soucy. Officials ordered thorough cleanings and a limited pesticide application in an attempt to eliminate the bugs, he said. He believes the bugs were brought to school from the outside. Continue reading Man who claimed he set fire to Candia home to kill bed bugs must pay $180k restitution According to an affidavit written by an investigator from the state Fire Marshal's Office filed after the fire, Gracyalny confessed and told authorities that he and his wife had been dealing with the bed bug infestation for about two weeks before he and more Continue reading

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