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Re: Tenant has a stroke. whose is responsible by Stephen (Washington (WA)) on February 28, 2018 @14:43

I partially agree with Garry. Get the request in writing with specifics so you can evaluate what they want.
I'm real confident that the ADA does NOT apply inside your unit. Depending upon what your set-up is outside the dwelling unit - halls, parking lots, etc. - the ADA may apply. The Fair Housing Amendments Act of 1988 (FHAA) requires that buildings built after March 13, 1991, be constructed with seven specific design features, and to be adaptable. All ground-floor units and all units in elevator buildings must be adaptable. This could apply to you.
So, get it in writing. Talk with experts to learn what you are required to do and why. You are allowed to do things greater than what is required, but that would be your informed choice and not something you were forced into.
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