15 Fair Housing Questions and Answers About Assistive Animals

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What Every Landlord Needs to know about Fair Housing Laws

Both federal, state and city Fair Housing laws apply to most residential housing situations. You need to learn these laws and understand how they impact your decisions as a landlord. This overview will help a landlord and their agent learn to make the correct decision when faced with some confusing situations that may impact fair housing laws. The following are some general guidelines and the most frequently asked questions. This document holds the primary 15 questions and answers which property managers ask on this issue.

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Article #1: The Top Fair Housing Questions About Assistive Animals

Both federal, state and city Fair Housing laws apply to most residential housing situations. You need to learn these laws and understand how they impact your decisions as a landlord. This overview will help a landlord and their agent learn to make the correct decision when faced with some confusing situations that may impact fair housing laws. The following are some general guidelines and the most frequently asked questions.

An assistive animal is not a pet. It is considered an assistive device, like a wheel chair or cane. These animals perform services, tasks or alleviate symptoms of a disability and help the tenant to use and enjoy the rental dwelling.

This publication was authored by attorney Denise Holliday, partner at Hull, Holliday & Holliday, PLC. This document was distributed for free by John Bradford after his NARPM Luncheon class called Managing Pet Risk at the DoubleTree Hotel in Roswell January 18th of 2018. Please take the time to watch the video as it offers critical insights into this fluid topic.

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