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I have a registered and documented emotional support animal. My condo association has given me 20 days notice to remove animal from my villa.

1 Answers. Asked on Mar 21st, 2017 on Animal Law - Florida
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I am looking for a local attorney who can help me address this issue with my condo association. Dog is registered with the U.S. Service and Support Dog Registry. I also have a letter and notarized affidavit from my doctor regarding my need for an emotional support animal because of several mental and emotional disabilities. He is registered with the Official Service Dog Registry, internet site: https://www.officialservicedogregistry.com and can be looked up using the following link: https://www.officialservicedogregistry.com/get-dog-info.php?lead_id=135052 I need the contact information for a lawyer in my local area who can write a letter on my behalf to the condo association and their attorney. Any assistance with this request would be much appreciated.
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Answered on Mar 23rd, 2017 at 6:58 AM

This may be an ADA claim violation. You need to contact a lawyer in your area that does this type of legal work. If you are in the Tampa area you can contact our office for a free in office consultation to see if we can help. 

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