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HUD’s New Guidance on Assistance Animals: Impacts and Possible Challenges for Landlords

Contains material from Apr 2020

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TX MCLE credit expires: 4/30/2021

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1. HUD’s New Guidance on Assistance Animals: Impacts and Possible Challenges for Landlords (Apr 2020)

Richard M. Hunt

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Session 1:

HUD’s New Guidance on Assistance Animals: Impacts and Possible Challenges for Landlords (Apr 2020)

HUD issued a new guidance concerning animal accommodation requests in January of this year. This webinar will cover what landlords need to know about the guidance, including what’s helpful, what’s old news, and what is just plain wrong.

Originally presented at: Apr 2020 HUD’s New Guidance on Assistance Animals: Impacts and Possible Challenges for Landlords

Richard M. Hunt, Hunt, Huey PLLC - Dallas, TX