Courts can mediate dog disputes with condo board (ON)

Q: When we purchased our condo unit, there was no declaration provision, or rule, setting a weight limit for a dog. Subsequently, the board sent a letter to the unit owners advising of a weight limit. I now have a dog that exceeds the limit but there must be at least 50 over-limit dogs in the building. Can the board force removal of our dog?     Read the Q&A……………..


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