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What’s a Reasonable Deductible for Condominiums?

Michelle Kelly
Publication date:
February 16, 2024
Article Summary: 

Discusses a case or legal development related to condominium law and the accommodation of emotional support animals. It may explore the legal principles surrounding the rights of condominium residents to keep assistance animals, including emotional support animals, despite pet restrictions outlined in the condominium corporation's bylaws or rules. The article might delve into factors considered by condominium boards or tribunals when evaluating accommodation requests, such as the resident's disability, the necessity of the animal for their well-being, and potential undue hardship to the condominium corporation. By analyzing this case or development, the article aims to provide insights into the evolving landscape of condominium law and accommodation rights for individuals with disabilities.


condominium law, emotional support animal, accommodation, disability rights, condominium corporation, bylaws, rules.

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Michelle Kelly
What’s a Reasonable Deductible for Condominiums?
February 16, 2024
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