Beware When Revising Your Pet Policy

Want to make sure you get a quorum at your annual meeting? Announce that the board is going to discuss one or more of the following: redoing the lobby; raising maintenance; modifying the building’s pet policy.  “Any change to a building’s pet policy has the potential to rankle apartment owners like few other changes a board can make,” attorney Steve Wagner, a partner at Wagner Berkow and a board member of his own 412-unit Manhattan co-op, tells Brick Underground. “After all, pets are members of the family. In fact, a family dog or cat may be the only member of the family that everyone gets along with.”    Read the article……………….


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