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.
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