HOAs and pitbulls as therapy dogs

QUESTION: I live in an HOA, and our board has not been enforcing the provision of our declaration that prohibits pit bulls. On one occasion the board allowed a pit bull because the owner produced an “emotional support animal” certificate. The board says this information is confidential and will not relate any details to members. I would like to see this certificate. We have another owner that says her animal is not a “pit bull”, but a Staffordshire Bull Terrier. Isn’t the board subjecting themselves and the whole community to civil liability in the event someone or a pet is bitten or killed by one of these dogs?    Read the Q&A…………

Related Articles

Litchfield Plantation (SC): After 45 years, owners want control of POA

The next time Judge James Lockemy drives through Litchfield Plantation, perhaps for a wedding reception, and someone tells him “this

‘Tis the season for political signs (SC)

When it comes to private property, an owner must give permission to a sign holder. On the other hand, it is illegal to remove campaign signs that have been lawfully placed.

Accused homeowners’ association embezzler opts for trial rather than ARD program (PA)

The woman at the center of a scheme to embezzle money from a Richland Township homeowners’ association will stand trial, likely in October