Coop and condo rules for pets?

Answer Every shared housing situation has guidelines for pets. Condominiums and co-ops also have governing documents, wherein you'll find the guidelines for pets.

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What is the difference between a condo and a coop?

When you purchase a condominium, you purchase a unit, plus ownership of common areas that you own with all the other unit owners. A lender will give you a loan, based on your ownership title to thi... Read More »

What are the benefits of living coop vs condo?

Both forms of real estate ownership afford the luxury of sharing the maintenance, safety, and preservation of real estate assets among all owners according to each owner's allocated interest. Both... Read More »

Is it legal for a condo bylaw in Canada to say no pets?

Probably, yes. If you require the companionship or service of a service animal, you may be able to petition the board for an exception to the By-law.However, the decision of the board is final.

You have 2 Bichons and moved to a condo the condo association now says they have changed their rules and you are allowed one pet only They are refusing to grandfather your purchase under the original?

If you purchased the condominium when the rule allowed two pets, and afterward, the association adjusted its rules to limit the number of pets to one, you should be allowed to keep both animals bec... Read More »