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We have a by law that states;
“a) An owner or occupier of a lot must not keep a dog on the lot or common property
b) An owner or occupier of a lot, must not without the approval in writing of the Owners Corporation, keep any other animal on the lot or common property”.
We would like to know your thoughts on this, and the discrimination against dogs specifically.
As contemporary living standards are continuing to change and there is continuous growth in strata living in Australia, we would like to see the community we live in adapt. The current by law is unbalanced and does not involve or permit sensible consideration of the interest and needs of ALL lot owners or occupiers and only operates in the interest of those owners who are opposed to dog ownership.
We have taken this to our latest AGM asking for a special resolution to amend the by law to include dog ownership, and suggested rules in place as well as having to be approved via the committee as what is currently in place (with cats) however this was not passed due to 25% against the motion.
How do you think we should handle this moving forward?
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