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  1. What Should Keep You Awake at Night? Not Knowing What Fair Housing Mistakes Your Associates May be Making! Presented By Moderator, Anne Sadovsky, CSP, CAM, CAPS, RAM, Nadeen Green, Esq., Senior Counsel, For Rent Media Solutions DJ Ryan, Fair Housing Specialist, Kimball, Tirey & St. John LLP

  2. LEASING ISSUES

  3. Insurance • Why you need to have it • Defense costs • Cases More

  4. Insurance • Questions you need to ask your agent • Am I covered for fair housing? • Can I have it in writing? • AM Best rating? • Admitted or Non-admitted? • When do I have to notify you of a potential claim? More

  5. Insurance • Does it cover ADA violations? • Are employees covered? • How much is the premium? • What is the deductible? More

  6. Insurance • What is the limit of coverage? • Who controls the settlement? • Can I choose my own attorney? • Can I be dropped?

  7. Occupancy Standards • Reasons for having standards • Overcrowding • Consistency • Avoid familial status discrimination More

  8. Occupancy Standards • Federal guidelines • Building codes • State variations

  9. Immigration • Current state of legal / illegal immigration • National origin • Local ordinances • Backlogs • Harboring More

  10. Immigration • Social Security numbers • Government-issued IDs More

  11. Immigration • State Requirements • California • Other

  12. Photo IDs • Why used • Why they can be problematic • A matter of timing

  13. Testing • Who can be a tester? • Recruiting, screening and training • Typical testing scenario

  14. DISABILITY ISSUES

  15. Second-hand Smoke & Smoking • Typical Issues • Smoking • Property damage • Fire hazard • Oxygen tanks • Health & Safety • Drifting smoke • Disabled affected

  16. Second-hand Smoke & Smoking • Typical Accommodations • Mutual Agreement • Transfer • Avoid leakage • Let out of lease without penalty • Other More

  17. Second-hand Smoke & Smoking • Non-smoking properties • Current laws • Smoking not smokers • Property, all or part • Procedure • Enforcement More

  18. Second-hand Smoke & Smoking • Court cases involving disability & second hand smoke

  19. Accommodations:Assistive Animals • Types • Guide • Alert • Service • Companion (AKA auxiliary aide, therapy animal, emotional support or psychiatric service animal) More

  20. Assistive Animals • Differences between pets and assistive animals Pets Pet rent Y Pet deposit Y Breed * Y Type Y Size * Y Pet Rules Y Assistive animals Pet rent N Pet deposit N Breed * N Type N Size * N Rules of Conduct Y

  21. Assistive Animals • Verification of disability, need and relationship • If disability is obvious, no need to verify disability • If animal is obviously needed for the disability, no need to verify. • If not obvious, verify

  22. Assistive Animals • Nuisance or dangerous animals • Court cases

  23. Accommodations:Parking • Reasons for testing • Typical requests • License plates & placards • Common resolutions & misperceptions • Court cases

  24. Accommodations:Mentally Disabled • Common situations • Evictions • Cautions • Complaints • Accommo- dating More

  25. Accommodations:Mentally Disabled • Direct threats v. annoyances • Court cases

  26. TENANCY ISSUES

  27. Restrictive Children’s Rules • Health and safety requirements • Supervision • Pool use • Amenity use • Wheeled toy rules • Court cases

  28. Domestic Violence • Recent court cases • VAWA • Rental History & Eviction • State laws

  29. Medical Marijuana • State regulations • Supreme Court case • Handling complaints and requests

  30. Questions & Answers As time permits . . .

  31. THANK YOU FOR ATTENDING You may turn your cell phones back on.