Housing Rights for people with Emotional Support Animal
Thanks to current federal housing law, people with a proper ESA letter for housing are allowed by law to have their ESA live with them in rental or purchased property even if that property normally prohibits animals. Moreover, a landlord or property seller cannot charge extra fees, deposits or “pet rent” or impose additional requirements or restrictions on tenants with ESAs beyond those imposed on tenants without them.read more
Can a Landlord Say NO to an Emotional Support Dog
A landlord cannot deny an Emotional support dogs because they do not allow pets. Landlords are required to allow ESA access to housing units even when those units operate under a policy of “No Pets”.read more
Can Hotels Refuse Emotional Support Dogs?
A hotel can legally deny your emotional support dog because the rights and protections granted to ESA extend solely to flying and living in RENTAL housing.read more