What ADA modifications are legally allowed?

Regarding ADA modifications, the ADA requires landlords to provide “reasonable modifications” for tenants with disabilities. “Reasonable modifications” include all structural additions or modifications that ensure disabled persons are able to fully enjoy their housing facilities. Structural modifications must be approved by a landlord and constructed by a licensed contractor. Common modifications include widening doors, installing a hand bar in the bathroom, or installing a ramp.

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