When it’s okay to play pet detective in condos

The instances of condo residents improperly using “medical reasons” to escape the enforcement of pet restrictions found in condo declarations or rules is on the rise.  On one hand, many property managers and boards of directors are fearful of investigating and challenging these types of claims, even when they think the claim is illegitimate. On the other hand, they want to fulfill their statutory duties and consistently enforce condo rules to avoid setting unwanted precedents.    Read the article………….


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