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I can help. However, I am not sure what liability you are seeking to minimize. If the pit bull (or whatever breed) belongs to the tenant, then the landlord generally does not have liability if the tenant's dog bites a third party. The tenant is liable.
Or, you know this, but want to ensure that the contract reflects this all the same?
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