Utah Admin. Code 608-1-7

Current through Bulletin 2024-09, May 1, 2024
Section R608-1-7 - Notice Requirements
A. Within ten days of the filing of a complaint, the Division shall provide notice by registered mail to the complainant, including:
1. The date the complaint was filed with the Division;
2. A copy of the complaint;
3. The time limits applicable to the complaint and investigation process;
4. A statement of the complainant's rights and obligations under the Act;
5. A statement of the complainant's right to commence a private civil action in state or federal court, with a statement of applicable time limits for commencing such action;
6. A statement advising the complainant that retaliation against any person, or individual associated with that person, who is filing, testifying, assisting, or participating in an investigation, conciliation or administrative proceeding, is a discriminatory housing practice prohibited by the Act; and
7. A statement, if applicable, that the terms of any rental agreement remain in effect.
B. Within ten days of the filing of a complaint, the Division shall provide notice by registered mail to the respondent, which notice shall include:
1. Identification of the alleged unlawful housing practice on which the complaint is based;
2. The date the complaint was filed with the Division;
3. A copy of the complaint;
4. A statement of time limits applicable to the complaint and investigation process;
5. A statement of the respondent's rights and obligations under the Act, including respondent's obligation to submit a response to the complaint, as required by R608-1-8.
6. A statement informing the respondent of the complainant's right to commence a private civil action in state or federal court, with a statement of applicable time limits for commencing such action;
7. A statement advising the respondent that retaliation against any person, or individual associated with that person, who is filing a complaint, testifying, assisting, or participating in an investigation, conciliation, or administrative proceeding, is a discriminatory housing practice prohibited by the Act.

Utah Admin. Code R608-1-7