legal  pets


Question by  Miika (23)

I just signed my rental agreement and now my landlord is enforcing a no pets clause, can he do that?


Answer by  Darry (3853)

If there is a no pet clause in the text of the lease then he can enforce it however he feels necessary. If he has sent you an addendum to your lease you can choose to accept it or move it. You need to read your lease and consult the tenant-landlord laws in your area.


Answer by  Roland27 (16334)

If there wasn't a no pets clause to begin with I would certainly say that is very shady. It's possible to take him to court on this but since he seems shady I would just move if I were you.


Answer by  mdjames26 (533)

Read the fine print, typically the agreement can be amended (changed) by the landlord within 30 days, but he is required to give you notice of the changes in writing and in advance of when they go into effect. Also, if the lease states that there are not pets and you signed it, then he has the right to enforce.


Answer by  shindemanish (20)

According to me it depend on rental agreement, such problem. But the best way according to me is to sit together n sort it out such small issues.

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