Manager Had Duty to Enforce Pet Rules, Not Make Them
Facts: A condominium unit owner was attacked by another resident’s dog in a common area. The owner sued the association and manager. She claimed that the association and the manager of the condominium were negligent because the condominium association failed to enact and/or enforce rules relating to dogs, failed to enforce the regulations that were in place, and failed “to perform regular inspections of all buildings to ensure compliance” with the rules and regulations.
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