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Utah Civil Rights Laws

Explanation of Terms in Civil Rights Laws Chart

Code Section 13-7-1, et seq. (Public accommodations); 34A-5-101, et seq. (Employment); 57-21-1, et seq. (Housing)
Agency Public Accommodations: None; Employment: Antidiscrimination Division; Housing: Labor Commission
Administrative Preemption Public Accommodations: No; Employment: Yes; Housing: No
Private Action Permitted? Public Accommodations: Yes; Employment: No; Housing: Yes
Attorney Fees Recoverable by Plaintiff? Public Accommodations: Not specified; Employment: Yes; Housing: Yes
Statute of Limitations Public Accommodations: 3 yrs. (§78-12-26); Employment: 180 days; Housing: 180 days/agency, 2 yrs./private

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