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Antidiscrimination laws

Antidiscrimination laws is the laws that prevent the grouping of loan customers into categories according to their age, sex, race, national origin, location of residence, religious affiliation, or receipt of public assistance and that prohibits the denial of a loan to anyone solely because of membership in one or more of these groups.

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