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What is “undue hardship” mean relative to reasonable accommodations?

“Undue Hardship” under the ADA is when a public entity would incur significant expenses or have significant difficulty in providing the accommodation. Undue hardship should be looked at on an individual basis and should take into account the full resources of the entity when deciding if the effort and expense is beyond what the entity is capable of.



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