Animal that, by its behavior, becomes a nuisances to the co-owners or occupants of the immovable by disturbing the peace, tranquility and safety of the co-owners or by affecting the hygienic standards of the immovable.
While the declaration of co-ownership of my immovable allows domestic animals in the co-ownership, the board has decided at its last meeting, to which I did not even attend, that my dog was a "harmful animal" and that it was no longer allowed in the compound of the co-ownership. They thus require that I remove it from the co-ownership.
Question: Does the board have such powers?
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