I am looking for circuit court and/or supreme court cases (specifically 5th circuit but all are welcome) that state or refute:

1.) A landlords obligation under the fair housing act to make reasonable accommodations remains in force during an eviction proceeding up until an entry of judgment.

2.) That under the FHA, the termination of an eviction proceeding itself can be a reasonable accommodation if a tenant's disability necessitates additional time be given to vacate.

Multiple reliable sources indicate that these provisions are generally applicable nationwide, but are not excellent in citing cases.

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