Allows landlord to charge pet security deposit to tenant with disability for service animal or companion animal if landlord requests, and tenant does not provide, documentation that physician has recommended use of service animal or companion animal to mitigate symptoms or effects of disability.
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|2015-07-06||In committee upon adjournment.|
|2015-03-02||Referred to Human Services and Housing.|
|2015-02-23||First reading. Referred to Speaker's desk.|