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Reasonable Modifications And The Fair Housing Act—Knowing The Law Can Help Your Association Proactively Avoid Lawsuits (FL)

Did you know that homeowners have the right to request reasonable modifications to the common area if they are disabled and the proposed modification helps them use and enjoy the property as it is meant to be? The federal Fair Housing Act provides as much, and protects disabled condominium and HOA owners who may require such modifications. How should a Board handle these requests to modify the common area? A recent case out of the Sixth Circuit provides some guidance.   Read the article……………………………….

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