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

Answer 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.

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I am a condo owner. The condo management is plugging into my electicity for all eight units. Is this legal?

Legal is the interesting term in this question, and may be beside the point. Best practices dictate that at least, this is unfair.If you're paying 100% of the electric bill, you can bill the associ... Read More »

Can one have a therapy dog in condo association that does not allow pets?

A therapy dog is one trained, registered, and insured to visit facilities like hospitals and nursing homes to help cheer up the residents. A condo association cannot be forced to make an exception ... Read More »

Coop and condo rules for pets?

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

Can Condo allow small pets but will not allow service dog above weight limit?

Technically, yes; practically, try to negotiate a compromise with the board. When you buy or move into a condominium as a tenant, best practices dictate that you read the governing documents to det... Read More »