No-pet apartments must allow service animals

04/21/2013 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

Apartment complexes with no-pet policies must make exceptions for service animals that belong to residents and visitors. "Under the federal Fair Housing Act, you are required to allow a tenant's visitor to bring a service animal into the rental unit as a reasonable accommodation for the visitor's disability, assuming all other requirements of the act are met," writes Martin Eichner, director of Housing Counseling Programs for the nonprofit Project Sentinel.

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