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What should an owners corporation do if it thinks its pets by-law is invalid due to the new laws?

Posted 20 May 2024

Category: Pets, By-Laws, eBooks

We suggest that you review your pets by-law to see if it unreasonably prohibits the keeping of pets. A by-law is very likely to be an invalid by-law if it places conditions that are not related to protecting the occupants’ use and enjoyment of their lots against unreasonably interference from the keeping of an animal.

In the case that your pets by-law is invalid, your owner corporation will need to make a new pets by-law if it wishes to have a by-law that regulates the keeping of animals.

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Published 20 May 2024