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OK, Thanks for clarifying your point

Posted by Ken on November 17, 2000 at 23:44:34:

In Reply to: You missed my point... posted by Irena on November 17, 2000 at 12:08:04:

The general principle here is that the purchaser of the building takes it over with all leases intact. So it really shouldn't change anything.

The new owner would be free, of course, to prohibit new pets from the building. But you say your dog has been there with permission from management all along. It is odd that your lease prohibits pets, but as you know the law has been interpreted in the pet owner's favor here. If you can, get a letter from the outgoing landlord acknowledging your dog and permitting it to stay, that way you would be 100% covered. But don't worry much about this even if you don't. Your dog can stay right where he is.

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