condo renter

Does a condo renter have more rights than an condo owner when it comes to pets?

The Residential and Tenancies Act, 2006 (RTA) is the governing legislation that applies to landlords and tenants in the province of Ontario.  It provides that “[a] provision in a tenancy agreement prohibiting the presence of animals in or about the residential complex is void.”, while at the same time, a landlord cannot prevent a tenant from having a pet.  Condominium Boards that find a tenant’s pet to be a nuisance can have that pet evicted.