They argue as well that policies are based on the safety and welfare of the children.
Steering families away from one community or complex and towards another is common.
You must then provide the landlord with proof of your disability and that the accommodation you are requesting will allow you to fully use and enjoy your unit.
You do not need to disclose the unnecessary specifics of your disability or provide a complete medical history.
A landlord with a first-come, first-served, parking policy makes an exception by creating a reserved parking space for a tenant who, because of her disability, has difficulty walking and needs to park close to the building; In many instances, the tenant/buyer is responsible for the cost of these changes or modifications, an d, if the landlord's request is reasonable, the tenant may also be required to return the unit to its original condition.