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I am once again seeking advice via the flat chat forum. The most helpful resource btw.
we are in a pet friendly building of four lots in NSW.
Two lots are investor owned and two owner occupied. We own.
The other owner has a large dog who is highly dog aggressive. They are unable to walk to dog on the footpaths due to the dogs aggression.
We have a dog ourselves.
The other owners have their dog off lead all the time on common property which is unfenced and also shared with another block next door. I live in fear this dog will attack my dog so we are unable to go into the common property and even installed a gate to avoid having to exit the property near it. Thus far the other owners Corp members have refused to address and take the owners word that per our by law they have ‘control’ of the dog. This is untrue as it’s never on lead and is often nowhere near them when they are on common property.
The strata manager opted not to have this issue discussed directly at our AGM and wants to informally address it. We feel like enough is enough- we’ve been trying to address it with the owners for over twelve months and they refuse to put the dog on a lead and have engaged in quite threatening behaviour. Council also has no interest.
I later discovered that the owner of the dog and the investor who voted at our recent AGM actually aren’t financial.. how could they even vote if this is the case? I emailed the strata manager but didn’t get a response.
Any advice would be gratefully received.
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