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Can a Landlord Deny an Emotional Support Animal

Can a Landlord Deny an Emotional Support Animal?

No, they cannot. Your landlord or property manager cannot deny an emotional support animal just because they don’t allow pets. You may want to submit an ESA letter to your landlord and request accommodations before signing the lease. When you are granted an ESA letter from a licensed mental health professional, you don’t have to pay a pet deposit or monthly fee.