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Housing Discrimination to a Veteran and my ESA. please help


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hi all. I am having a housing issue that I need some sound advice on. The situation is, I have an ESA for my service disabilities, I have provided documentations supporting this fact, yet my landlord ( Henderson Webb) is denning my renewal of my lease. I have contacted HUD and got an investigator, but I am at the mercy of Henderson Webb and their legal representors. I have been informed by a number of individuals of the unlawful practices being acted upon. though, I am not given any reputable resources to assist me in this battle. To be transparent I am being told that I am being evicted due to a certification of breed form, which I provided a vet document stating my animals vaccines, temperament, size, weight, ETC. I am feeling discriminated against and attacked which is also making my conditions worst. can anyone advice me as to what tools I can use to rectify this unfortunate situation I find myself in. I am being brief in my explanation of the events.  

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You may have a good case if your animals are registered as service/therapeutic animals for your service connected disabilities such as PTSD. 

Not sure of your home of records are but sometimes your local news can be of a great assistance and get answers very quickly. Sometimes big companies like the one that you are dealing with do not like to be exposed in the public eye because it could hurt their business.

Now if you have pitbulls, might be a different story. 

You might need to get an attorney. 

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Thank you im going to contact the news, cause I do believe they will enjoy a story about housing discrimination of a honorable disability combat veteran. And no pitbulls, my esa was gotten from an animal shelter, is a mix breed (not pit looking), has been fixed, and no bite history. To add my therapist and VA doctor written an letter stating my issues and need for the animal. Question, should I contact the news even while involving HUD and retaining a lawyer? To include the difficulty I seem to be having searching for a lawyer for this situation.

Again thank you for the sound advice 

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Not sure how to handle your last question but in my opinion, if it is exposed, attorneys may be reaching out to you. My opinion. Not legal advice. 

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