Big dog and a sloppy lease leave renters facing eviction

Q: I am renting a condominium unit and our lease states that we can have up to a 50-pound pet dog. In fact, we have a pet dog that is about 40 pounds. We just received notice from the association that we must remove our dog from the property because governing documents of the association have a 15-pound dog limit.  Read the Q&A…………


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