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Do apartments, manufactured home parks, and other private properties need to consent with the Americans Disabilities Act?

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Answered by Rachel Green
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Americans Disabilities Act applies to lodging programs controlled by state and neighborhood
governments, such as open lodging experts, and by spots of open convenience, for example, open and
private colleges. Likewise, the Fair Housing Act applies to for all intents and purposes a wide range of
lodging, both open and exclusive, including lodging secured by the Americans Disabilities Act. Under
the Fair Lodging Act, lodging suppliers are committed to allow, as a sensible convenience, the
utilization of animal that work, give help, or perform undertakings that advantage people with an
incapacities, or give enthusiastic support to reduce a manifestation or impact of a handicap. For data
about these Fair Housing Act necessities see HUD's Notice on Service Creatures and Assistance
Animals for People with Disabilities in Housing and HUD-subsidized Programs. 
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