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How To Get Around A "No Pets" Restriction In A Lease Or Under Local Law

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If your landlord or local law prohibits pets, you may still be entitled to one as an emotional support animal. Service animals are not considered to be "pets."

You may be required to prove that a pet is an emotional support animal as defined in the law. 

To learn about emotional support animals, including the legal requirements, and additional rights available to owners of emotional support animals, click here.

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