Complaint: FPI Management, Inc. 3187 Red Hill Avenue, Suite 220Costa Mesa, California 92626Re: Request for Reasonable Accommodations on behalf of Mr. Zaybastian Xossand his minor son, A.L., tenants.Dear Landlord and Agents of Landlord, The tenant, Mr. Zaybastian Xoss lives at 2820 The Mall, Unit 6, Los Angeles, CA 90023 and has lived there since March 1st, 2011. Mr. Xoss is a qualified individual with a disability, as defined by the Fair Housing Amendments Act (FHAA), such that his disability–a mental, developmental, or physical impairment–substantially limits one or more major life activities, such as walking, seeing, hearing, working, learning, or caring for himself. (42 U.S.C. u00a7 3604(f)(3)(B); Cal. Fair Emp. and Hous. Act (FEHA), Cal. Gov’t Code u00a712927(c)(1), u00a712955, (42 U.S.C. u00a7 3602(h); Cal. Gov’t Code u00a712955.3.)) Mr. Xossu2019s son, a minor, is also disabled and a tenant. He suffers from muscular dystrophy, among other physical disabilities. In 2000, my client incurred serious injuries as a result of an accident. The serious injuries sustained brought about my clients disability. The accident caused traumatic brain injuries in which my client incurred a seizure disorder, TODDu2019s syndrome and Post Traumatic Concussion Disorder (PTCD) resulting in partial. He also suffered inexorable damage to his cervical spine, which further made the use of a wheelchair necessary for much of his mobility. Mr. Xoss is requesting necessary changes in the landlord’s rules, policies, or practices on behalf of himself and his son, as individuals with disabilities, such that they are afforded an opportunity to use and enjoy the dwelling, i.e. a reasonable accommodation. (Fair HousingAmendments Act (FHAA), 42 U.S.C. u00a7 3604(f)(3)(B); Cal. Fair Emp. and House. Act (FEHA), Cal. Gov’t Code u00a7u00a7 12927(c)(1), 12955.) My client, Mr. Xoss, on behalf of himself and his son, requests the following necessary and reasonable accommodations: 1. Use of a Service Animal A number of courts have considered claims relating to accommodations for service animals. (Green v. Hous. Auth., 994 F. Supp. 1253 (D. Or. 1998); Bronk v. Ineichen, 54 F.3d 891 (7th Cir. 1996); see also, 24 C.F.R. u00a7 100.204(b).) Since there is a relatively small impact on the landlord, courts have continually required landlords to make exceptions to “no pet”” policies to allow service animals. Service animals include not only seeing-eye dogs
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Phone: 652 F.2d 454 (5th Cir. 1981); Whittier Terrace Assoc. v. Hampshire