Reasonable Accommodations Class

Reasonable Accommodations Class
Have you been to a restaurant lately and seen a patron sitting in the booth next to you with a dog? It is becoming more and more common to see animals in places that typically prohibit them. This is because there are local, state, and federal laws enabling persons with disabilities to be accompanied by animals in public places – even where animals are prohibited - under certain circumstances.






The same is true with housing. A landlord may be required to allow a disabled tenant to have an animal, or accommodate another request due to a disability, even when the rental agreement strictly prohibits the actions (e.g. pets, medical marijuana, etc.).  
 
These accommodations and others can become an issue for landlords if they are not prepared. Join Fried & Williams’ Steven C. Williams as he discusses how to deal with tenants requesting special accommodations. You will learn more about accommodations for medical marijuana, hoarding, service and emotional support animals, and more and how to determine what is reasonable.

No refunds or credits will be given to registrants who cancel less than three business days before the class.
 
For more information, contact Stephanie Alonzo at 415.255.2288 x13 or stephanie@sfaa.org.
When
12/11/2018 2:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Where
Fort Mason Center Bldg C, Room#235 San Francisco 94103 UNITED STATES
Online registration not available.

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