This article reviews the legislative history and case law of the Fair Housing Act. It reviews the elements of a claim for reasonable accommodations for persons with disabilities under the FHA. It argues that some courts have incorrectly interpreted the statute restrictively defying the intentions of the drafters of the statute.
Robert L. Schonfeld,
"REASONABLE ACCOMMODATION" UNDER THE FEDERAL FAIR HOUSING AMENDMENTS ACT,
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