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41 legal experts on game-changing laws, rules, and cases.
AUTHORTheresa Racht, Principal, Theresa Racht, Esq.
PAGE #p. 46
NYC Admin Code 27-2009.1
The enforcement of covenants contained in multiple dwelling leases that prohibit the harboring of household pets has led to widespread abuses by building owners or their agents, who, knowing that a tenant has a pet for an extended period of time, seek to evict the tenant and/or his or her pet, often for reasons unrelated to the creation of a nuisance.
"Implementing a good pet policy is not about whether a board likes animals or not. It’s all about creating a comfortable, safe, and welcoming environment for all residents – whether they are two-footed or four-footed."
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