§ 9-1110.  Remedies for Unlawful Housing and Real Property Practices.
   (1)   In addition to the relief authorized by Section 9-1121 (relating to penalties), the Commission may issue an order directing a respondent who has engaged in an unlawful housing or real property practice to take affirmative action to redress the harms suffered by the complainant. The Commission may order remedies including, but not limited to:
      (a)   An order requiring the respondent to cease and desist such unlawful practice;
      (b)   Any injunctive or other equitable relief, including:
         (.1)   selling, renting or leasing specified housing accommodations, commercial property or other real property upon non-discriminatory terms and conditions;
         (.2)   lending money for repair or maintenance of housing accommodations, commercial property or other real property upon non-discriminatory terms and conditions;
         (.3)   lending money, whether secured by mortgage or otherwise, for the acquisition, construction, rehabilitation, repair or maintenance of housing accommodations, commercial property or other real property upon terms and conditions generally available;
      (c)   Payment of compensatory damages;
      (d)   Payment of punitive damages, not to exceed two thousand dollars ($2,000) per violation;
      (e)   Payment of reasonable attorneys' fees;
      (f)   Payment of hearing costs as reimbursement for expenses incurred by the Commission.
   (2)   If it appears that a housing accommodation, commercial property or other real property that is the subject of a complaint before the Commission may be sold, rented or transferred before the Commission has made a determination of the case, the Law Department, at the request of the Commission, is authorized to seek, in the name of the City, injunctive relief by an appropriate court restraining the sale, rental or transfer of the housing accommodation, commercial property or other real property except in compliance with the order of the court pending final determination of such complaint. It is the intent of this Chapter that a bond shall not be a prerequisite to the granting or extension of any injunction provided herein.