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Is A “No Dog” Rule Now Enforceable?

James Davidson
Publication date:
July 19, 2022
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This blog post discusses a recent decision by the Ontario Superior Court of Justice regarding whether a "no-dog" rule in a condominium corporation's declaration is enforceable. The court ruled that the rule was enforceable, and that the condominium corporation was entitled to require the removal of a dog that exceeded the corporation's size and weight restrictions. The post also explains that condominium corporations have the power to make and enforce reasonable rules, and that owners must comply with these rules.


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James Davidson
Is A “No Dog” Rule Now Enforceable?
July 19, 2022
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