Is it legal for a landlord to terminate tenancy contract with a tenant because of their membership with a tenancy association?
I live in a rented house and am a member of Pennsylvania tenants' association. Earlier, I was not an active member, but now I attend all the meetings of the tenants' association. Now that I have become an active member of the tenant’s association, my landlord wants to terminate the rental agreement. Can my landlord do so?01/19/2017 | Category: Landlord Ten... » Lease Termin... | State: Pennsylvania | #30581
68 P.S. § 250.205 reads:
“No individual unit lease on residential property shall be terminated or nonrenewed on the basis of the participation of any tenant or member of the tenant's family in a tenants' organization or association.”