The Residential Tenancies Act permits tenants to have pets regardless of any “no pet” clause in the tenancy agreement provided that the pet is not causing damages, disturbances, allergic reactions to other tenants or is of a breed that is deemed to be inherently dangerous. However, if the condo bylaws prohibit the presence of pets and the condo management has sent reminder letters to the landlord, the landlord can serve the N5 form to end the tenancy because the tenant has violated the condo bylaws.

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