Introduction In the event of a disaster, you might need to evacuate. But what about your assistance animal in an emergency shelter? Can you bring your animal with you? The […]
The only species of service animal recognized under Title II and Title III of the Americans with Disability Act (ADA) are dogs and miniature horses. North Carolina state law does not have a similar limitation. Title […]
Use these sample letters to advocate for your right to use a service animals in public places, and to report violations. Sample letter for place of public accommodation Date Dear Business […]
What Is the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)? The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) is a federal civil rights law protecting people from discrimination based on disability. It requires public […]
Some people need assistance animals to help them with their disabilities. But some homes and apartments have a “no pets” policy. Others don’t allow certain breeds of dogs, or have a pet size limit.
Under the Fair Housing Act, tenants and homeowners with disabilities are allowed to have service animals and emotional support animals in their homes/apartments. They can also have them in common areas of a housing complex.
Reasonable Accommodation Letter to Landlord Template [Date] [Building Manager/Landlord] [Address of Building Manager/Landlord] Re: Reasonable Accommodation Request Dear [Building Manager/Landlord]: I live at [your address]. I am a person with […]