Condo Smarts: Woman told one of late mother’s two dogs has to go

Dear Tony: My strata corporation’s annual general meeting took place in September. At the meeting, the corporation adopted a pet rule that prohibits more than one dog per strata lot. My mother recently died and, in addition to dealing with the stress and sadness of that situation, I have inherited her two small dogs. My strata council has advised me that I must get rid of one of the dogs. Surely the strata council has the ability to exempt me from the rule due to these extenuating circumstances?   Read the Q&A……………….


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