Religious discrimination

It is illegal for landlords, mortgage lenders, councils and other service providers to treat you unfairly because of your religion or beliefs, or because you don't have a particular religion or belief.

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About religious discrimination

It's illegal for landlords, councils, lenders and other service providers to discriminate because of your beliefs. Check your legal rights and how this affects your housing situation.

Dealing with religious discrimination

What steps you can take if a person or organisation has discriminated against you because of your beliefs. You may resolve the situation by making a complaint or by taking legal action.

Last updated: 29 December 2014

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