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Fair Housing Act helps protect disabled occupants from discrimination

Say you have a disability and want your condominium association to allow you to park closer to your unit. Or your psychiatrist has advised you to get a dog as a companion, but your association’s rules do not permit pets. Maybe you discover that your unit has bedbugs, but your health condition cannot tolerate the insecticide that your cooperative plans to use to fumigate the building.