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92 .         Order relating to animal kept pursuant 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 an animal kept on a lot or the common property in accordance with the by-laws causes a nuisance or hazard to the proprietor, occupier or resident of another lot or unreasonably interferes with the use and enjoyment of another lot or of the common property, the State Administrative Tribunal may —

            (a)         order the person keeping the animal to cause the animal to be removed from the parcel within a specified time, and thereafter to be kept away from the parcel; or

            (b)         order the person keeping the animal to take, within a time specified in the order, such action as is specified in the order and, in the opinion of the State Administrative Tribunal, will terminate the nuisance, hazard or unreasonable interference.

        [Section 92 amended: No. 55 of 2004 s. 1156(3).]

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