Quote of the week:
“It is amazing how much love and laughter dogs bring into our lives and even how much closer we become with each other because of them.” ― John Grogant
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From the ESA Doctors Blog:
When can a landlord legally reject an Emotional Support Animal?
By law, owners of emotional support animals (ESA) are exempt from residential no-pet policies. Housing providers must reasonably accommodate tenants that have an ESA, as long as they can provide an ESA letter from a licensed healthcare professional as proof.
However, just because the tenant has an ESA letter for housing does not mean the landlord always has to accept the animal.
These are 3 reasons a landlord can deny an ESA:
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