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91 .         Order relating to animal kept contrary to by-laws

                Where, pursuant to an application by a strata company, a proprietor, an administrator, a person having an estate or interest in a lot or an occupier or other resident of a lot for an order under this section, the State Administrative Tribunal considers that a person is keeping an animal on a lot or common property in contravention of the by-laws, the State Administrative Tribunal may order that person to cause the animal to be removed from the parcel within a specified time and thereafter to be kept away from the parcel, unless the keeping of the animal on the lot or common property, as the case may be, is subsequently authorised by the by-laws.

        [Section 91 amended: No. 55 of 2004 s. 1156(3).]

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