Landlords are free to allow, prohibit, or limit the presence of most animals in their rentals. However, landlords are legally required to allow tenants with disabilities to bring certain animals into their homes—regardless of a landlord’s no-pets policy.
In certain situations, a landlord might not be able to enforce a no-pets clause.
Landlord Liability for Tenants' Dogs
Some landlords fear that they'll be on the hook if a tenant's dog injures someone.
Smart Landlord Policies for Pet-Friendly Rentals
A pet agreement can reduce a landlord's risks in a pet-friendly building. Here's what to include in the agreement.
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