(a) This part does not require a public accommodation to alter its inventory to include
accessible or special goods that are designed for, or facilitate use by, individuals
(b) A public accommodation shall order accessible or special goods at the request of
an individual with disabilities, if, in the normal course of its operation, it makes
special orders on request for unstocked goods, and if the accessible or special goods
can be obtained from a supplier with whom the public accommodation customarily does
(c) Examples of accessible or special goods include items such as Brailled versions of
books, books on audio cassettes, closed-captioned video tapes, special sizes or lines
of clothing, and special foods to meet particular dietary needs.
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