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The brouhaha over pets in strata [prompts] the question – can Owners’ Corporations enact by-laws that are retrospective?
For instance, if I acquire a companion animal at a point in time when there are no by-laws preventing my doing so, can the Corporation pass a by-law outlawing any and all pets and then breach me for having one?
My argument would, of course, be that at the time there was no by-law to prevent me. A more reasonable new by-law would be one that barred the acquisition of a pet after the date of the new by-law being adopted.
Would I have a case?
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