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In December the board decided that our pet rules needed some revision. A task force was formed to address this issue. In January the task force presented the revisions to the board. In February the revisions were presented to the residents.

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Our six unit condo association has agreed to a no dogs amendment. How can we change the one dog allowed rule to no dogs . Thank you

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Our Association NOW HAS A 50% RENTAL RATIO accomplished by the doings of two BOD. Owners are not happy with this forced arrangement put upon owners that was created without EVER having a 2/3 VOTE for changes to our declaration.

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We are a 50 unit condo association in Connecticut. The board is in the process of revising some of the rules, especially regarding pets. Are we allowed to list specific breeds of dogs that are not allowed? Someone in the building has a 75 pound pit bull that was never registered with management.

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Our condo board refuses to pass a pet policy. One tenant's dogs have jumped and severely scratched two elderly women. We are now dealing with the police (who refuse to do anything) and the board (who all say they do not want to bother having to enforce a pet policy). Any ideas?

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1) What is the rationale for some condo’s limiting number of dogs to TWO? 2) ... rationale for limiting certain BREEDS of dogs ? I live in motel style condo, two stories with outside stairs. Feedback appreciated!

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Our Governing rules state only one dog per unit - renters can not have a dog, We are not interested in WHY these dogs are trained for either service/therapy or emotionless reasons - - only if they are any of these reasons.

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My neighbors have been allowing her dogs to run loose in the area behind her condo which is a wooded area. They access this area because there is gate for workers to go into.

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Our Association had notices stating: " all dogs are to be held in the freight elevator to elevate the problem of dogs urinating on the elevator floor."

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I live in a 55 and older Senior Condo community. Recently there has been a couple of problems with residents walking there dogs on extension leashes

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