Landlord v. Tenant: November 2014

November 12, 2014
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Discrimination: Tenant Claims Therapy Dog Needed as Treatment for Disability

Landlord sued to evict tenant who kept a dog in violation of his lease and didn't remove the dog after landlord sent tenant a notice to cure. Tenant then complained to the State Division of Human Rights (DHR), claiming discrimination. Tenant argued that the pet was a therapy dog needed to relieve tenant's depression. The DHR later sued landlord to recover damages based on unlawful discrimination.

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