A. Unlawful Rental Housing Practices. It shall be unlawful for any person having a housing accommodation for rent or lease, or any authorized agent or employee of such person to or attempt to do any of the following:
1. Refuse to rent or lease a rental unit, refuse to negotiate for the rental or lease of a rental unit, evict from a rental unit, or otherwise deny to or withhold a rental unit from any person on the basis (in whole or in part) of the fact that such person has the medical condition AIDS or any condition related thereto.
2. Rent or lease a rental unit on less favorable terms, conditions or privileges, or discriminate in the provision of housing services to any person on the basis (in whole or in part) of the fact that such person has the medical condition AIDS or any medical condition related thereto.
3. Represent to any person that a rental unit is not available for inspection, rental or lease when such rental unit is, in fact, available on the basis (in whole or in part) of the fact that such person has the medical condition AIDS or any condition related thereto.
4. Make, print, publish, or cause to be made, printed, or published any notice, statement, sign, advertisement, application, or contract with regard to a rental unit that indicates any preference, limitation, or discrimination with respect to the fact that a person has the medical condition AIDS or any condition related thereto.
1. Owner-occupied. Nothing in this article shall be construed to apply to the rental or leasing of any housing unit in which the owner or lessor or any member of his or her family occupies the same living unit in common with the prospective tenant.
2. Effect on Other Laws. Nothing in this article shall be deemed to permit any rental or occupancy of any dwelling unit or commercial space otherwise prohibited by law.
3. Nothing in this article shall override any just cause for eviction set forth in Rent Stabilization Ordinance. AIDS shall not constitute an reasonable health hazard under 151.09 of the Rent Stabilization Ordinance.