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Hopefully this is the correct place to park my two questions.
As we know the “no pet” by-law in NSW is no longer enforceable.
My questions are:
If a strata is yet to decide on how to replace the no pets by-law and someone broadcasts that in 4 weeks they will house a dog on the premises, can the OC act as though the Model by-law has been adopted by the strata and behave “reasonably” with the proposed pet owner? That is wave the (apparently straight forward) application through? Or must the old by-law be formally amended by adopting the Model or some other text in its place before the dog moves in?
Say the Model is adopted at a meeting of the OC and soon enough the pet moves in. When the by-law was adopted, a counter view for a more prescriptive by-law did not garner enough support. A few months later, folk are agitating for the more prescriptive by-law as the Model fails to address pet owners’ and their pets’ behaviour satisfactorily. What is the procedure to amend the Model (which was itself an amendment to the no pets by-law”) and how expensive would it be?
Thanks in advance for your advice.
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