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Can a Landlord Deny an ESA

Can a Landlord Deny an ESA?

No, they cannot. You are protected under the Federal Fair Housing Act (FHA) if you have a disability that hinders your ability to perform everyday life activities. If you require an emotional support animal to make your life easier, your landlord cannot refuse you as a tenant simply because they don’t allow pets. An ESA letter certifies that your emotional support animal is not a pet but an essential aspect of your illness’s therapeutic process.