Utah Admin. Code 608-1-6

Current through Bulletin 2024-09, May 1, 2024
Section R608-1-6 - Complaints-Filing-Time Limits-Amendment and Withdrawal
A. Any person aggrieved by an unlawful housing practice may file a complaint with the Division.
1. The complaint must be in the form designated by the Division and verified by the complainant.
2. The complaint shall contain the complainant's concise statement setting forth, to the extent reasonably possible, the following information:
a. The specific basis for complainant's belief that an unlawful housing practice has occurred, with relevant dates, places and the names of any individual participating in the alleged unlawful housing practice;
b. The specific basis for the complainant's belief that the alleged conduct is subject to the Act; and the dates and places of such unlawful housing practices;
c. The specific damages the complainant believes he or she has suffered as a result of the unlawful housing practice.
B. Division staff shall be available during normal business hours to provide reasonable assistance to complainants in completing and filing complaints.
C. Pursuant to Section 57-21-9(1), the complaint must be filed with the Division within 180 days after the alleged unlawful housing practice occurred.
D. The Director shall permit a complaint to be reasonably and fairly amended or supplemented, either by the Division or by the complainant, in order to accomplish the purpose of the Act. Such amendment or supplement may include additional respondents identified in the investigation as persons engaged in the unlawful housing practice on which the complaint is based. Procedures for filing and processing an amended or supplemental complaint shall be the same as for filing an original complaint.
E. With the Director's approval, a complainant may withdraw a complaint at any time by submitting a signed request for withdrawal to the Division.

Utah Admin. Code R608-1-6