Is Handicap Ramp at Condominium Required for Disabled Tenant?
The ADA Standards for Accessible Design, is used to determine the need for accommodations to newly built or altered buildings. The first 58 pages deal in detail with external facilities such as parking accommodations and internal access and accommodation matters applicable to any facilities, such a walkways, support rails, access to shelving,
toilet facilities, communications devices, and many more areas of contact between people and structural facets; the remaining pages specify requirements unique to restaurants and cafeterias, medical care facilities, business and mercantile structures, libraries, accessible
transient lodgings, and transportation facilities.