I live in a co-op bldg that doesnt allow pet. I got a puppy 8 months ago. The board president had a notice sent to me to get rid of the puppy or they will evit me.
Optional Information: Age: <1; Female; Breed: yorkieAlready Tried: I am trying to get a petition signed by other co-op onwers in bldg and I tried talkin with the board Pres. she said will can go to court if thats what I wnat the rules are the rules.
I'm afraid that if those are the rules, you will have to find your baby a new home. If the petition can effect a change in the rules that's great, but make sure it is retroactive to apply to existing pets.
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Reply to rvlaw's Post: This is a poor anwser. I think this is the easy answer. What about the 3 month rule for pets
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