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§ 9-1116. Conciliation.

(1) If the Commission, after investigation, determines that probable cause exists for the allegations of the complaint, the Commission may immediately endeavor to eliminate the unlawful practice by negotiation.

(2) Any conciliation agreement arising out of conciliation efforts by the Commission shall be an agreement among the respondent, the complainant, and the Commission and shall require the approval of the Commission. Each conciliation agreement shall be made public unless the complainant and respondent otherwise agree and the Commission determines that disclosure is not required to further the purposes of this Chapter or the Fair Housing Act.

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