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Pet Eviction: A Tenant Does Not Have More Rights Than an Owner

/ Owner - April 13, 2015

The Residential and Tenancies Act, 2006 is the legislation presently applying to landlords and tenants. It provides that “[a] provision in a tenancy agreement prohibiting the presence of animals in or about the residential complex is void.” Consequently, a landlord cannot prevent a tenant from having a pet. However, what does that mean for condominium corporations? Can a board of directors have a tenant’s pet evicted if it is found to be a nuisance? The short answer is yes.      Read the article……….

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