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Can you tell me what state this is in?
Is there something that would prevent you from just doing so now?
Some Bylaw or restriction that doesn't allow it?
Ok, so is there some type of specific restriction that would prevent you from doing so or are you just assuming that if you do, they will complain?
Ok, to be very honest with you, this is a situation where I would take action first and then worry about asking for permission later. If anyone said anything, you can bring up the fact that this is an emergency situation and falls under the reasonable accommodation clause of the ADA and they should grant it. But if no one says anything then you don't even have to deal with it.
This is one of those time where it is better to beg forgiveness than ask permission..