Singapore: Judge rejects condo’s ‘disproportionate’ bid to remove resident’s pet dog

A judge refused a condominium management corporation’s (MC) bid to remove a resident’s dog from the condo premises, warning against misuse through subjective interpretation of a condo by-law to force the move.  The management council of JC Residence in Joo Chiat had taken dog owner Yan Wen Ting to court based on the woes of an aggrieved neighbour.  But five other residents in the 12-unit condo building came out in support of Ms Yan, attesting that the dog did not show aggressive behaviour or cause noise or trouble.    Read the article………….

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