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Good evening. If yours is a service dog and they are not renewing your tenancy due to your dog and disability requiring a dog, then to not renew you is illegal discrimination because being disabled and needing a service dog as a result puts you in a protected class. You should not leave and they can they not terminate your tenancy without going to a judge to get an eviction order. You will get written notice of the hearing for that ejectment petition and that's the hearing at which you will contest their right to terminate your tenancy because it is an illegal eviction due to this being illegal discrimination. Once you prevail at that hearing, that will be the end of the ejectment attempt and you can then choose to file your own suit against the landlord and property manager for their attempt to illegally evict you.
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