Tenants are usually responsible for the costs of any structural modifications (like a ramp or hand bar). However, if said tenant lives in a building or complex that receives federal funds, the tenant may request that the owner of the complex pay for the modification. In cases of a rental unit, the landlord may request that the tenant restore the unit to its condition prior to the modification when they are moving out.
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