Condo Pet Eviction After Court Rejects Human Rights Claim

As we have reported in prior blog posts, many pet owners who have breached the pet restrictions in their condominium documents will go to great lengths to keep the pet when the condominium corporation takes steps to enforce these restrictions.  In a recent case, SCC No. 89 v Dominelli, a pet owner unsuccessfully tried to assert that she had a disability, which required the condominium corporation to accommodate her by allowing her to keep her dog that exceeded the condominium’s 25-pound weight restriction.    Read the article………..


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