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41 legal experts on game-changing laws, rules, and cases.
AUTHORMarc Schneider, Managing Partner, Schneider Buchel
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Hubbard v. Samson Management Corp.
Susan Hubbard, who is disabled, rented an apartment in the Sleepy Hollow Gardens apartment complex. after being refused a free parking space near her home, she sued, alleging that the Fair Housing act had been violated.
"Boards often find find themselves in a quandary when it comes to a resident who is asking for a reasonable accommodation. Many times they struggle with what they think the person is owed, and not what the law actually requires. Boards that deal with these requests very cavalierly get themselves into trouble that could easily have been avoided."
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