RealtyTimes.com, June 26th, 2012
A prospective tenant indicates on his application that he has a companion animal. An accompanying letter from the applicant’s physician states that the companionship of the applicant’s cat is instrumental in keeping the prospective tenant from suffering severe and debilitating episodes of depression. When the tenant is accepted, subject to the complex’s standard pet charges, he complains of wrongful discrimination and says that he should not be assessed the extra charges. Full Story: http://realtytimes.com/rtpages/20120626_pet.htm
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