A disappointed co-op buyer can proceed with his complaint that a Long Island cooperative discriminates against single men, a federal judge has ruled.

Jeffrey M. Lax contends that 29 Woodmere Boulevard Owners Inc. and related parties rejected his application to buy an apartment for $200,000 because they had developed a jaundiced attitude toward single men after a previous owner who was male and unmarried threw loud parties and smoked marijuana.

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