Summer 2018 Special Issue Coach's Quiz

We’ve given you four rules about how to avoid fair housing trouble when handling reasonable accommodation requests. Now let’s look at how the rules might apply in the real world. Take the COACH’s Quiz to see what you have learned.

INSTRUCTIONS: Each of the following questions has only one correct answer. On a separate piece of paper, write down the number of each question, followed by the answer you think is correct—for example, (1) b, (2) a, and so on.

We’ve given you four rules about how to avoid fair housing trouble when handling reasonable accommodation requests. Now let’s look at how the rules might apply in the real world. Take the COACH’s Quiz to see what you have learned.

INSTRUCTIONS: Each of the following questions has only one correct answer. On a separate piece of paper, write down the number of each question, followed by the answer you think is correct—for example, (1) b, (2) a, and so on.

QUESTION #1

We must consider a request for a transfer to a different apartment because of a mobility impairment made by the resident’s mom, who doesn’t live at our community. True or False?

a.            True.

b.            False.

QUESTION #2

We are allowed to charge an additional deposit for a service animal if it weighs more than the weight limit we impose on pets. True or False?

a.            True.

b.            False.

QUESTION #3

We have to consider requests for accommodations only if they are made by the resident on our standard request form. True or False?

a.            True.

b.            False.

QUESTION #4

If the use of medical marijuana is legal in your jurisdiction, you must approve the use of it at your community. True or False?

a.            True.

b.            False.