My name is XXXXX XXXXX I'd be happy to answer your questions today. I'm sorry to hear about your situation.
There are two possibilities here. The first is that the board of directors could vote to change the rules to temporarily allow pets in certain circumstances. Since the management company works for the board, they would have to abide by the change. If the board will not agree to help you, look at the by-laws of the condominium
. There should be a process in there that says how the by-laws can be amended. If the other unit owners are on your side, you could call for a formal vote to amend the bylaws. Unfortunately, that usually takes time.
Without a rule change or a bylaws change, unfortunately, the signatures of other homeowners
wouldn't be enough to overrule any fines or penalties the management company assessed because you temporarily had a pet. The management company is bound to follow the rules, even if unit owners ask them to make an exception. They could choose not to enforce a rule, but they can't be prohibited from doing so.
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