Is an owner required to ask for date-of-birth proof for all infants living in the dwelling to determine whether the owner’s maximum or the TCHR newborn policy have been violated?

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  • Is an owner required to ask for date-of-birth proof for all infants living in the dwelling to determine whether the owner’s maximum or the TCHR newborn policy have been violated?

No. The owner, at the owner’s discretion, may require proof of the child’s date of birth; but the owner does not have to do so. Normally, an owner may rely on the oral or written statement of an adult resident that an infant is a certain age-unless of course the owner has good reason to believe they are not telling the truth.

Source: TAR

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