Does a Florida tenant have to pay for damage done by his or her emotional support animal/assistance animal?

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If it's the policy of the landlord or housing provider to charge the tenants for more than reasonable wear and tear, then, yes. The person would be responsible to pay for damages for the emotional support animal. The key is that that individual is treated just as every other tenant.

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