You run a no-pet community. Can the guest of a non-disabled tenant bring a a companion animal onto your property? Unfortunately, the law is not clear on this issue. Under fair housing laws, only disabled residents and prospects are entitled to make requests for reasonable accommodations. A guest is not a tenant, and therefore not entitled to a reasonable accommodation (an exception) to your no-pet policy. Landlords who do not want to allow the tenant's guest to bring a companion animal onto the property frequently cite this rule. Yes, this is a correct statement of the law. However, it is a shortsighted analysis. The fair housing act also provides that it is illegal to discriminate in connection with the leasing of a property because of the disability of any person associated with the tenant.