And have an open hud case open for failure to request reasonable accommodation for my support animal. Hud found reasonable cause. Yet because if her flat out lies ( there are more) Im told this is cause for eviction and I. Will not be awarded a monetary award. And if UlI don't accept there offer, which was they would let me continue to live there with my cat. All this before I was even interviewed. I was also told if I don't accept the offer I could face se
This should be in landlord tenant. If you have a doctor's note, you probably win. But not my area. Also talk with a public accommodation attorney for Title II find them in avvo.
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