Dog Evicted from Condominium Because the Occupant Failed to Prove Her Disability (ON)

Many condominium corporations have rules imposing weight restrictions on pets allowed in the condominium. These restrictions often oppose occupants who wish to keep their pets and corporations who have a duty to enforce their governing documents. This is exactly what happened in the recent court case Simcoe Condominium Corporation No. 89 v. Dominelli. Of particular interest in this case is the fact that the dog’s owner attempted to present her dog as a service dog. At the risk of giving away the ending, the matter does not end well for Peaches, a Miniature Golden Retriever/Australian Shepherd mix.   Read the article……..


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