Reasonable Accommodations Sample Clauses

Reasonable Accommodations. Landlord agrees to comply with all applicable laws providing equal housing opportunities, including making reasonable accommodations for known physical or mental limitations of qualified individuals with a disability, unless undue hardship on Landlord would result. Tenant is responsible for making Landlord aware of any such required accommodations that are reasonable and will not impose an undue hardship on Landlord. If Tenant discloses a disability and requests an accommodation, Landlord has the right to have a qualified healthcare provider verify the disability if the disability is not readily apparent, and Landlord has the right to use the qualified healthcare provider verifying the disability as a resource for providing the reasonable accommodation.
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Reasonable Accommodations. Qualified persons who request reasonable accommodations, in the form of equipment or devices necessary for the treatment of the disability or to facilitate access to the dwelling unit, common areas, community facilities, or grounds, will not be charged for the reasonable accommodation.
Reasonable Accommodations. In connection with any financing of the Building, Tenant shall consent to any reasonable modifications of this Lease requested by any lending institution, provided such modifications do not increase the Rent, materially increase the obligations, or materially and adversely affect the rights, of Tenant under this Lease.
Reasonable Accommodations. Programs and activities must be accessible to persons with disabilities, and the grantee must provide reasonable accommodation to the known mental or physical disabilities of otherwise qualified members, service recipients, applicants, and staff. All selections and project assignments must be made without regard to the need to provide reasonable accommodation. Any reasonable accommodation requests can be made to .
Reasonable Accommodations. If a disabled Employee requests a reasonable accommodation that would affect an expressed term and condition of this Agreement, the parties shall meet and confer about an appropriate reasonable accommodation. The City retains the right to ultimately make the reasonable accommodation, even if the reasonable accommodation varies from the express terms of the Agreement. The City's implementation of the reasonable accommodation is final. Section 32.01
Reasonable Accommodations. In levying charges in addition to rent, the Agency shall grant reasonable accommodation, at no charge to the Tenant, for persons with disabilities who require equipment, additional utilities or devices necessary for the treatment of the disability or to facilitate access to the dwelling unit, common areas, community facilities or grounds. 4. Payment Location Rent and other charges shall be paid in person at ________________________________________. All payments must be made by check, cashier’s check or money order. No cash will be accepted for any amounts due to PHA. 5. Security Deposit
Reasonable Accommodations. In levying charges in addition to rent, the Agency shall grant reasonable accommodation, at no charge to the Tenant, for persons with disabilities who require equipment, additional utilities or devices necessary for the treatment of the disability or to facilitate access to the dwelling unit, common areas, community facilities or grounds. 4. Payment LocationRent and other charges shall be paid in person at 502 Farm Street, Bastrop, Texas 78602 or by mail atP.O. Box 707, Bastrop, TX 78602. 5. Security Deposit
Reasonable Accommodations. In order to provide a reasonable accommodation to a disabled bargaining unit member, in accordance with state and federal law, the Board may transfer the bargaining unit member following agreement with the OAPSE Local 320.
Reasonable Accommodations. It shall be the policy of Essex County College to make reasonable accommodations for the known limitations of a worker who has a disability. Such accommodations may include, but are not limited to, such things as workstation modification; making building facilities, such as rest rooms, cafeterias or other facilities accessible; adaptation of tools and equipment; work schedules, and travel/transportation adjustment. The employee with a disability who is affected shall be consulted on an accommodation. Any accommodation made shall assure that the work will be performed safelyBoth parties to this Agreement shall work cooperatively to retain in employment a worker who becomes disabled on or off the job. Both parties also agree to work together to facilitate the individual's return to work as soon as possible.It shall be the policy of Essex County College that if an employee injured on or off the job is unable to return to the employee’s present job, the College and the union shall work together to make every effort to place the worker in another position for which employee is qualified or can be qualifiedthrough training or accommodation.
Reasonable Accommodations. Reasonable accommodations shall be made as required and outlined under HUD Fair Housing Law.EMERGENCY SITUATION: In an emergency situation, where damage is occurring and will continue to occur if action is not taken, TAKE ACTION. Do not wait for your manager to respond, take action yourself. Call an appropriate repair person to come and stabilize the situation. Landlord/Owner will pay for the repair person if the situation was not your fault. If you do not respond to this situation, we will hold you responsible for the damages that occurred from your inaction. Initial