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Can the decision be legally bounding?

Hello Every one, I need some legal advice on whether the members of a residential society force the pet owners to get rid of their pets (dogs) ? My friend's residential society has passed a notice to all the members to get rid of their dogs withing 3 months, failing to which, they will have to pay the society a fees of INR 500 / day. All the dogs are vaccinated and registered with the authorities. Can the decision be legally bounding? Thanks in anticipation. Ashish
By Ashish · 10 Oct 2010 9:03 pm


By Shalin · 10 Oct 2010 10:55 pm
First question is have the members signed any contract regarding this point???if not then it is completely illegal to issue any such notice.this is not legally bound and can attract legal action.notify the police and they all can go to the court of law.
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By Ashish · 10 Oct 2010 10:56 pm
There is not such contract between the members and the society.
Thanks for the help.
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By gautam sawant · 11 Oct 2010 10:26 am
plz contact local animal right group they should be able to guide you properly
also see to it that the animals do not dirty the society premises
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By vipin chawla · 15 Oct 2010 11:55 am
Hi Ashish earlier too many cases have this situation but no society can force you to get rid of your pet directly or indirectly, in your case indirectly, none of the law prohibits you to have your pet in society.A animal has full right to freedom which is exercised when you take him for walk but yes a society can restrict you to move your dog for stool and urine outside the society, as the premises of you society only give right to use for certain purpose(may not if rules and regulation and contract does not mention such thing ). Moreover for legal action i will revert back to you soon with all the provisions of law.for more enquiry you can mail me vipinchawla2007@yahoo.com
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By shvetajoshi · 11 Nov 2010 7:29 pm
Hi Ashish,

Please contact any of the following people. They are associated with PFA and are working voluntarily for animals and cruelty against them.

Anil Sharma 98100 14110
Anjali Sharma (Lawyer for animals) 98100 11235
Payal Sodhi (She is working very closely with Mrs. Menaka Gandhi and has very good approach with home ministry as well) 09876262555
Amit Chaudhery 9811703501 (President PFA Gurgaon)
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By Kannagi Shanbag · 28 Apr 2011 5:32 pm
https://childofnature.org/L1.a sp : prevention acts.
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