Families and clutter go hand-in-hand, and many times, that "stuff" is something worth keeping. Now that all the extra closets are full and the basement and attic are packed to the rafters, you turn your attention to the last unused square footage on your property: the garage. However, before you start filling your garage with old baby clothing and electronics, it's important to learn about the items that simply cannot withstand the structure's erratic temperature changes.
The ADA protects the rights of people with disabilities. Yet, a disabled person accompanied by service animal might not know how these rights apply when leasing an apartment, especially if the apartment has pet restrictions. Here are the basics of ADA protection, and how the ADA affects the rights of disabled people with service animals.
What is the ADA?
The Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, or ADA, is a federal law that protects the rights of Americans with physical or mental disabilities.