Where the owner or administrator offers an accessible unit to an applicant who does not have disabilities requiring the accessibility features of the unit, the owner or administrator must require the applicant to agree (and may include this agreement in the lease agreement) to switch to an inaccessible unit where available. Note: Authority cited: section 50199.17, Health and Safety Code. Reference: ยงยง 12206, 17058 and 23610.5, Tax and Tax Code; and sections 50199.4, 50199.5, 50199.6, 50199.7, 50199.8, 50199.9, 50199.10, 50199.11, 50199.12, 50199.13, 50199.14, 50199.15, 50199.16, 50199.17, 50199.18, 50199.20, 50199.21 and 50199.22, Health and Safety Code. Upon request, dispersed implementation projects make these recordings available to CTCAC staff in one place. Owners and administrators shall use appropriate means to ensure that information on the availability of accessible units reaches persons entitled to a disability and shall take appropriate and non-discriminatory measures to maximise the use of such units by authorised persons whose disability requires the accessibility characteristics of the unit concerned. . . .