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PET ADDENDUM TO LEASE AGREEMENT
This ADDENDUM is made on ____________________, 2___ between Landlord and Tenant or Tenants and understood to being included and recognized as Attachment A to modify the Lease (the
"Lease") between Landlord and Tenant(s) dated ___________________ __, 2013 as follows:
I. AUTHORIZATION OF PET(S) AT PROPERTY LOCATION:
Landlord grants permission to Tenant to keep the pet(s) described herein on the Premises (also referred to as "Property") subject to the terms and conditions of the Lease and this Addendum.
Landlord may revoke permission at any time if Tenant fails to comply with any of the terms of the
Lease and this Addendum.
II. SERVICE, GUIDE, SIGNAL, OR SUPPORT ANIMAL:
Under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), the term "pet" excludes a service, guide, signal, or support animal used by Tenant because of blindness, or deafness, or because of a physical handicap, or because the Tenant is a handler or trainer of support or guide animals. The ADA defines "service animal" as a dog that has been individually trained to do work or perform tasks for the benefit of an individual with a disability.
The Tenant does not have a pet that acts as a service animal.
The laws of the State of Illinois make it illegal for a Landlord to refuse to rent property or to otherwise discriminate against any person on the basis of a service animal. Service animals and lease agreements are also guided by federal law under the Americans with Disabilities Act as well as under the Fair Housing Act.
III. PET DESCRIPTION(S):
Tenant is permitted to keep the following __ pet(s) described herein on the Property. The term "pet" refers to any animal, whether mammal, reptile, bird, fish, rodent, or insect. The term "pet" excludes a service animal.
Type of Pet: Cat
Name of Pet: _____________________________________
Weight of Pet:…...

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