Condominiums Can Be Liable For Dog Attacks on Common Elements

There is no shortage of reported legal cases where pets and condominium corporations are adversaries. Many cases deal with the nuisance of a barking dog or with dogs in breaches of the corporation’s rules. But there is an increasing number of cases dealing with dog attacks on common property. In such cases, both the corporation and the owner of the dog may be held responsible. In this post, we will discuss what a condominium corporation can do to reduce the risk of liability.   Read the article…………..


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