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Disability can lead to rule exemption

Q: Our condominium rules require dogs be on a leash when being walked in the common areas. One unit owner has a note from her doctor saying that she is not physically able to walk her dog on a leash.

In response, the board proposed an amendment to our declaration to allow a person with a doctor’s note to walk their dog in the common area at the rear of our property. The proposal was defeated at a meeting of the owners.

The dog owner insists she is going to walk her dog without a leash anyway. She refuses to hire a dog walker. Besides fining her, what can the board do?

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County Sues Condo Over Prescription Pet

News items of national interest regarding Condominium and Homeowner associations, compiled by the Community Associations Network

Phyllis Schleifer claims she can’t live without her Chihuahua, Sweetie, and now Broward taxpayers will soon learn just how far she is willing to go to keep the dog.
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