Full Title Name:  No Pets Allowed: Housing Issues and Companion Animals

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Rebecca J. J. Huss Place of Publication:  Animal Law Review at Lewis & Clark Law School Publish Year:  2005 Primary Citation:  11 Animal L. 69 (2005)
Summary:

Companionship, emotional support, assistance for disabled family members, and general health benefits are just a few examples of why people choose to keep pets in their homes. This article explores the major legal issues that arise when people desire to keep companion animals in various types of housing. The Author examines the effects of federal, state, and local laws, as well as common contract clauses.

Documents:  vol11_p69.pdf
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