The facts about NSW pet by-laws in strata schemes

The RSPCA website claims 63 per cent of Australian households own pets, so when the NSW strata by-laws changed at the end of 2016, pet owners rejoiced.  One of the main changes made to pet by-laws in strata schemes was the default by-law, which meant pets are no longer banned, but allowed.  For those who would like to become a pet owner and rent in a strata scheme, here are the facts you need to know, according to NSW Fair Trading.    Read the article…………….


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