Associations Should Utilize Proper Vetting Protocols When Considering Service and Emotional Support Animal Requests

Disagreements over service animals have consistently ranked among the most prevalent types of disputes that arise between community associations and their residents. In South Florida alone we have witnessed numerous investigations concerning discrimination claims —many of which still serve as stark reminders of the severe implications of mishandling requests for service animal accommodations.    Read the article………………


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