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Can an HOA-COA Species to Define a Service Animal?

Community association boards often waver between doing what is expected of the community per the bylaws and what right do. Case in point - the pet. Many communities prohibit pets for obvious reasons: the noise, smell, additional stress on lawns and property, etc. However, holding a tight line can land your organization in legal hot water.

This is because some Homeowners need the use of service animals. Seeing-eye dogs are the obvious exception in terms of your board's. And the exception should be made, because to deny a disabled person the right to help animals is in direct violation of federal and state disability laws. But some owners of pet is going to great lengths to claim disabilities to keep pets that otherwise would fall under the definition of a service animal. What about a target = "_blank" title = "Visit the website MonkeyHelpers.org"> monkey services to help disabled, or a title = "Visit The Guide Horse Foundation website "> horse guide for the blind? This is an area of law lacks clear definition, and while the Department of Justice is a proposal pending exclude exotic animals (like snakes or other wild animals, no clear legal precedent to follow.

So how do you as a board, decide that your community needs a service animal and who is not, what kind of animal is considered a service animal and what is not. And more importantly, you can make legal decisions? While your community association may not be comfortable defining what constitutes a service animal, you can put in parameters animal's interaction with the rest of your community. For example, if a resident claims he needs his pet raccoon to reduce its level of stress, your board may require that animals do not come within 500 feet of said another resident.

Community associations should consult a legal expert to address the issue of animal services. Find out if your state allows for your board to require proof of disability, as well. Also check with your insurance broker to understand what rules you must follow requirements to maintain proper coverage.

There it is an issue for your congregation? How did your board handle this? Do you agree or disagree with their decision?

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