An Association Need Not Accommodate Every “Emotional Support” Animal-Related Accommodation Request

Posted on April 5th, 2019

The following update from Ansell Grimm & Aaron’s Community Association Practice regarding “emotional support” animals may be of interest. On behalf of one of our clients, we secured a New Jersey Judge ruling that an alleged disabled resident, with an alleged emotional support animal, is not entitled to either proceed summarily or obtain early victory. Instead, the owner must show that the claim of an emotional support animal is not a pretext to avoid an association’s dog-related weight limit

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